The game field hockey has been around for 3,ooo years. It was originaly invented by the cave men. so yes it is possible that Roosevelt could have played field hockey.
Field hockey variants have been played for thousands of years; ice hockey was only begun in the 18th century.
No. Forms of athletics have been around for about 2500 years; field hockey has been played in various ways for more than 4000 years; and games similar to association football have been played since the Middle Ages.
Because field hockey variants have been played for thousands of years, the first stick used and who used it is not known.
Hockey has been around for as long as 4000 years ago 1917-1918 was the first hockey season ever
There have been some speculations that 4000 years old picture have been found of some form of field hockey, but the first "club" was created in 1849 in London. It entered the Olympic Games in 1928.
Well, the countries that i know that have been most successful in field hockey have been, Australia, India and Pakistan. I actually think that field hockey is a really cool sport! but awesome question.
Games of hockey have been played around the world for thousands of years, all developed independently by peoples as far apart as the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, Chinese and Aztecs. The modern game of field hockey was created in London, England, while ice hockey began in Canada (the exact place is disputed by several groups). First Confirmed game of ice hockey or a variation of field hockey was played in Kingston Ontario Canada in 1843 by British Troops although unconfirmed games of ice hockey had been played in Britain around 1820's
Field hockey in all its forms has fulfilled the definition of a sport for as long as it has been played.
Yes; field hockey has been an Olympic sport for males continuously since 1928, and for women since 1980.