The modern rules for the game of field hockey was invented in 1849, the same year as the first club to use those rules.
I will tell you the ones i know of. Mini hockey is only played in a half of a hockey field, or even smaller, and there are 8 that play. Field hockey is played full field (the whole hockey field) and you have 11 players that play (including the goalkeeper). They are both similar in that they both play with hockey sticks and they are still a type of hockey. The same rules apply in both.
The most common types of hockey are ice hockey, field hockey, floor hockey, and street hockey. With the exception of field hockey, all of these types of hockey generally follow the same rules.
Canadian hockey is the same as the NHL.
Not exactly. Ice hockey is a version of hockey played on ice. There are several different types of hockey, including Field Hockey, Roller Hockey, and Street Hockey. The basic premise of the game is the same (two teams playing each other, trying to propel a ball or puck in the opponent goal) but each game has different rules. In North America, "hockey" refers to ice hockey. Elsewhere in the world, "hockey" generally refers to field hockey.
yes they are the same
yes in a way it is, but a field hockey field has a "dome shape" around the goal. and a soccer field's is more like a rectangle.
same as soccer
Not exactly. A standard hockey field outline is exactly 91.40m x 55.00m while a soccer pitch outline can vary in width between 45m - 90m, and in length from 90m - 120m (as long as the touch line is longer than the goal line). There is a possibility that a soccer field may have the exact dimensions of a hockey field in outline only. There are also the differences of a circle (scoring area) against two rectangles (penalty box), and the absence of the 23m lines in soccer or the centre circle in hockey. There are additional marks required on a hockey field that a soccer pitch does not contain.
No, lacrosse balls are smaller than field hockey balls. In addition, lacrosse balls are made with a hard, foam like material; while field hockey balls are made with hard plastic.
Generally, they are both the same as far as I know.
A field player is made substitute when they have left the field (within three metres of the halfway line on the same side as all other substitutes) in accordance with the rules. A goalkeeper is made substitute after the umpires have stopped time , if necessary, and they have left the field from any outline.
nada ke ver they both are the same you play themboth with the same rules
# Field Hockey # Indoor Hockey - Field Hockey Indoors # Mini Hockey - Field Hockey with a minimum of 5 players on each team including Goalkeeper. # Ice hockey # Inline hockey (Single Bladed Weels) # Roller Hockey (Quad Wheels) # Street hockey - (played the same as ice hockey with the same gear (excluding inline skates) but usually on a street or other paved area [not recommended to play in traffic]) # Unicycle Hockey # UniHoc - Played with plastic sticks (both sides flat) and plastic hollow ball as an introduction to hockey also known as FloorBall or Floor Hockey # Bandy - in some ways field hockey on ice # PowerHockey - a form of hockey played in electric wheelchairs for disabled people # Underwater Hockey # Shinty - Scottish from of hockey played in the highlands # Hurling or Camogie - there are some resembalance to Hockey
Besides the fact they both use a stick to put an object into a goal, they are completely different games.
For ice hockey, it would be skating and controlling the stick/puck at the same time. For field and indoor hockey, it would be dribbling on the run.
You may be comparing the goalie kick of soccer. The equivalent in field hockey would be the '16-yard hit'; this is not taken by the goalie but by a defender. There are also some major differences; the ball is placed level with the top of the circle, in line with where it went out, and is played the same way as a free hit would be.
No, lacrosse is not the same thing as field hockey. In field hockey you use a stick with a curved base on the ground and hit it to your team mate, or you can dribble it up the field. The goal in field hockey is much bigger than a lacrosse goal. In lacrosse you throw and catch a ball using a stick with a net and you can run with the ball in you stick. Lacrosse is a much faster paced game too. In lacrosse you wear eye protection and a mouth guard, in field hockey you wear shin guards and a mouth guard. Both sports are really fun.
they are related because there is field lacrosse and field hockey which are both played on fields. The object of the game is the same score the most goals by the end of the game to win. In both sports there is body checking.
Field Hockey Floor Hockey Indoor Hockey - Field Hockey Indoors Mini Hockey - Field Hockey with a minimum of 5 players on each team including Goalkeeper. Ice hockey Sledge Hockey (sled hockey in the us) - Same as ice hockey except made for people with physical disabilities Boot Hockey - Played like ice hockey but players slide on the ice using boots instead of skates Inline hockey (Single Bladed Weels) Roller Hockey (Quad Wheels) Street hockey - (played the same as ice hockey with the same gear (excluding inline skates) but usually on a street or other paved area [not recommended to play in traffic]) Unicycle Hockey UniHoc - Played with plastic sticks (both sides flat) and plastic hollow ball as an introduction to hockey also known as FloorBall or Floor Hockey Bandy - in some ways field hockey on ice PowerHockey - a form of hockey played in electric wheelchairs for disabled people Underwater Hockey - played underwater Shinty - Scottish from of hockey played in the highlands Hurling or Camogie - there are some resembalance to Hockey I dont think i missed any... please fix it if i did
Woman's hockey and Men's Hockey are pretty much the same. The only difference between the two is that one of them is played by Males and the other Females. The rules and equipment you use are all the same for both. Most countries should have bother gender teams and same with clubs.
Hockey and soccer are typically categorised as winter sports, so for the most part, yes; they are in the same season. However due to the difference in season between Nortern and Southern countries, both may be played during winter and summer.
A field hockey ground should be/is exactly 91.4 metres by 55 metres. A football field can range between 90 and 120 metres long, and 45 to 90 metres wide (and also longer than it is wide, but this is an unrelated point). Thus, for a smaller football field, it could be exactly the samesize as a field hockey ground, but it is unlikely when comparing the majority of fields.
Yes, there is offsides in Olympic hockey. Olympic rules are basically the same as NHL rules, except for icing. Icing in Olympic hockey is automatically blown down as icing whereas in the NHL, the team that iced the puck must beat the other team to the puck for it not to be icing.
No usually, they have the basic stuff, like offsides and all, but since the men tend to be more aggressive the women have fewer rules on things like bodychecks and tripping.