If you live in Europe, you can usually start playing field hockey at your primary school (grades kindergarten and up.) I don't live in Europe, so I will let someone else elaborate on that.
If you live in the USA (where I live), Field Hockey usually starts at the middle school/junior high level (grades 7-8). Depending on where you live, you can sometimes play as a recreational, "fun" kind of thing at a rec center or go to camps hosted by your local middle/high school. This is usually more common on the east coast and in California.
Once you begin playing more seriously, you can join a club. There can be any number of clubs in your area. With your club team, you play with others from all around your area, and you go to tournaments such as the Disney Field Hockey Showcase for U16 and U19 teams, held in February (there is also a Jr. Showcase held in July for U14), and National Field Hockey Festival (held over Thanksgiving, in November.)
on an ice rink
you can play floor hockey, roller hockey, or field hockey
They play hockey. They don't play baseball. The famous sport for the Indians is hockey. They also play lot of cricket games, but still they play hockey a lot.
yo jugue hockey=played it yo juego hockey=play it yo voy a jugar hockey=going to play it there u go
You don't have to just play on ice,you can play street hockey,Toledo Ohio has a huge street hockey i play in and its real fun. and you can do field hockey,so there are many ways.
play hockey...play more hockey...and lastly relax from the day with a little hockey
NO? you can play hockey any where there is ice
Women began playing hockey because hockey is an incredibly enjoyable game to play.
Sidney Crosbie play ice hockey !
Play hockey with it.
THE PUCK, you play hockey to get the puck.
hockey (real hockey AKA field hockey)