What is turf hockey?

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Turf hockey is Field Hockey.

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In what country did turf hockey originate?

The modern game of field hockey (which is commonly played on an artificial turf) originated in England.

Which equipments are required in hockey?

it depends what type of hockey grass astro turf indoor ice

What do you need for turf hockey?

Shinpads, mouthguards and of course stick.

What artificial surface of hockey field is called?


What is olympic hockey playing surface?

water based astro turf but it gets called smurf turf at London 2012 due to the colour of it

What kind of field do you usually play field hockey on?

Field Hockey, at the higher levels is normally played on a turf field. High schools normally will play on grass.

If you play on grass with an astro turf hockey stick what will happen?

A field hockey stick is a field hockey stick. There is no differentiation between those used on either surface; most stick models can and will be used on both.

Does field hockey have to be played on artificial turf?

No it can be played anywhere but the ground she be flat and the grass should be very short.

What is the width in yards of a field hockey field?

The standard width of a hockey turf is 55.00m (fifty-five point zero zero metres), including the width of the backlines which they end at.

Who invented artificial hockey turfs?

Artificial turf was first invented in the early 1960s by an RTP research team headed by David Chaney. It was first used for field hockey in the 1970s.

What is the sporting arena like for the Olympics?

The running tracks are made of Field Turf and the stadiums have the capacity of 71,030 people.

What countries play grass hockey?

Field hockey played on a grass turf is very common in most countries otherwise involved in field hockey, in areas which do not have easy access to an artificial turf or simply wish their players to play on a grass field for some reason (it is cheaper to maintain and players with major experience on grass often have better coordination and skills than those who play on artificial or other fields).