Presented the official logo of the championship
The countdown to the celebration of the Women's FIH World Cup of hockey Terrassa 2022 has already begun. On 1 July 2022, Spain and the Netherlands will experience a championship with the best teams in the world of hockey. A meeting that will be held in Terrassa and Amsterdam and which today is just a year away.
Taking advantage of such an important date, the International Hockey Federation (FIH), together with the Royal Spanish Hockey Federation and the Royal Hockey Federation of the Netherlands (KNHB, for Dutch acronym) have presented what will be the official logo of the championship. An image that mixes the colours red and orange, characteristic of the host national teams, Spain and the Netherlands that will be the image of an event that will take place from July 1 to 17 of next year. Two countries that are already classified by the appointment as organisers, such as Belgium, England and Germany ranked as the best Eurohockey teams of last June. These five teams and eleven more will complete the sixteen that will participate in the most prestigious women's event in world hockey, which every four years includes the best players.
Therefore, from today, all the actions carried out related to the competition will carry this identifying image that follows the format used in the last editions. For this reason, FIH has created a video that presents in the new image of a World Cup that is getting closer and closer to its roots.
“The FIH Hockey Women's World Cup is the most prestigious women's hockey event. I am convinced of the magnificent event organized by Spain and the Netherlands, for which there is exactly one year left. The FIH wants to send its thanks to the organizing nations for their efforts and dedication. I am sure that they will jointly make this championship memorable for both players and fans,” said FIH President Dr. Narinder Dhruv Batra.
“For the RFEH it is a huge privilege and a challenge to be able to organize the FIH Hockey Women's World Cup 2022 in Terrassa. We will do it after many years without an event of such great magnitude, in a clear commitment to women's sport. I am sure it will be a huge success at the sporting, organisational and public presence level at the stadium,” said RFEH President Santiago Deó.
“We are delighted, after the fantastic EuroHockey 2021 held at the Wagener Stadion in Amsterdam, to organise together with Spain the FIH Hockey Women's World Cup, just a year from now. We are waiting for the teams that will come to play in our country, where our national team, current World Champions, will also play,” said Erik Gerritsen, CEO of the KNHB.