Reading, Beeston and East Grinstead's men's teams are representing England in this season's Euro Hockey League.
KO16 & KO8, Amsterdam, 29 March - 1 April 2013
Tickets are on sale for the matches in Amsterdam but if you can't make it then you can still watch every game live on the EHL website at www.ehlhockey.tv.
Forthcoming EHL fixtures involving English teams...
Friday 29 March - 13:30 (14:30 local time) - Reading v HC Rotterdam (NED)
Saturday 30 March - 08:30 (09:30 local time) - Beeston v East Grinstead
Sunday 31 March - 13:30 (14:30 local time) - winners of Reading/HC Rotterdam v winners of KHC Dragons (BEL)/Lisnagarvey (IRL(
Monday 1 April - 11:00 (12:00 local time) - winners of Beeston/East Grinstead v winners of HC Bloemendaal/Club de Campo (ESP)
Make a weekend of it...
Head to Amsterdam and support England's three teams as they battle it out to be crowned champions of Europe. Information about tickets can be found on the Euro Hockey League website.
About the Euro Hockey League
The Euro Hockey League (EHL) replaced the men’s European competition at the start of the 2007/08 season. In Europe, club hockey is at the heart of the sport, with the EHL being the top European hockey competition. It aims to promote and reinforce the status of club level hockey and provides the big European clubs with more opportunities to play each other on the international stage.
24 clubs are divided into eight pools of three and over a period of three days, each club will play the other two in their pool. The top two teams in each group will progress to Round 2 (KO16) whilst the club finishing third in each pool is eliminated from the competition. From then on, each round is a straight knock-out competition.
Click here to find out more about the EHL qualification process and rankings>>