* An official hockey ball is spherical, with a circumference of between 224 and 235 milimetres. * It should weigh between 156 and 163 grams. * It may be made of any material, and is coloured white (or an agreed colour which contrasts with the playing surface). * The ball is hard and smooth, but indentations (dimples, lines) are permitted.
All specifications refer to the stick in its playing form - the way you would use it on the field (with any tapes, resins, etc. applied): * The total weight of the stick must not exceed 737 grams. * The stick must be able to pass through a ring with an internal diameter of 51 millimetres. * The stick must be smooth - including after tapes or resins have been applied - with no rough or sharp parts. * The stick must be a 'J' or 'U' shape. * It must be flat on the left hand side only. * Any convex or concave deviation on the playing side must be smooth, and cannot exceed 4 millimetres in either direction. * Any rake or bow must be continuous along the length of the stick; it may be on either the back or the front, but not both; and cannot exceed 25 millimetres in depth. * The edges and nonplaying side must be rounded. * Ball speed may not exceed 98% of stick head speed (under lab test conditions). * The stick and any additions may be made of any material provided they are not dangerous and are fit for the purpose, and pending the next restriction. * Metal and metallic parts are forbidden from use in a field hockey stick.
As a sidenote, the backboard and sideboards must be of darker colour than the playing surface; the posts and bar must be white; the net must hang loosely to prevent rebounding; and any attachments used to hold the net onto the frame must be safe, as in no sharp or protuding edges and strong enough to take a direct hit from the ball.
Further information is included in the Rulebook, available on the FIH website at www.fihockey.org.
Between 71.3mm and 74.8mm.
The balls weigh 156-163 g (5.5-5.7 oz)
No. The only specifications required for a legal hockey ball are the weight and size (and sometimes colour).
Street hockey is a game that is enjoyed by many young people. There are also professional leagues where adults enjoy the game. The game is played with a ball instead of a puck because of the surface. The ball is about three inches in size but can vary depending on the level and type of play.
You should try looking at your air hockey table manual. They usually have the specifications and where you could get their replacement parts.
Yes ice hockey ball is black
It's Called a Hockey Puck not Ball. Plus The Hockey pucks are made of Rubber.
hockey using a rubber or wooden ball of some sort.
There are 412 dints in an official hockey ball according to the field hockey rule book.
Ice hockey is played using a puck not a ball.
Football (Soccer) Ice-Hockey Volley-Ball Basket-Ball Hand-Ball Uni-Hockey
Terry Ball - ice hockey - was born on 1944-11-29.
stick handling passing the ball shooting the ball checking the ball dribbling the ball taping the ball scooping the ball skating (only in case of ice hockey)
The game Ice hockey is in the Winter Olympics. But ball hockey is not in any Olympics