A game of Field Hockey is controlled by two umpires, one on each sideline. A third umpire may also be set to each match to keep official score and backup time, as well as manage the bench, the team staff, control substitutions, etc. Tournaments can also post a technical director if needed.
In field hockey, the onfield officials are umpires. In ice hockey, the onice officials are called referees who are assisted by onice linesmen.
Both sports also have a variety of other technical officials as well as reserve staff to cover for an injury or other reason for an onice/onfield official being unable to continue. These officials do things like keeping score and time, assisiting with calls on goals and out-of-play.
the officials make the calls on everything, fouls, saying if it should be a corner,if it was a goal or whatever else
A referee or linesmen
The officials vary, but there are two referees and two linesman during a hockey game.
there are 4 officials in an NHL game. 2 referees and 2 linesmen
If its a Minor hockey In canada Its 3 Officials 1 refferee and 2 linesmen 6 years official
Field hockey is the national winter game of Pakistan.
ice hockey is a rink and field hockey is just a field
Four. Two referees.Two linesmen.