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"Clean sport is our mission. Athletes have the right to compete in sport knowing that they, and their competitors, are clean"

England Hockey is committed to ensuring that hockey is a drug free sport. Anti-doping programmes across all sports are intended to promote ethically fair and drug-free sport, with the aim of producing athletes who are competing and winning fairly.

Working together for Clean Sport

England Hockey works closely with UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) and The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to conduct a comprehensive anti-doping programme that covers education, testing and results management. These pages provide information to players, coaches and support staff on helping them make sensible, informed decisions about competing drug-free, their requirements to comply with anti-doping regulations and the relevant resources required to do this.


Please see the tabs on the left for more information on:

2015 WADA Code Changes - effective 1st January 2015

100% ME - anti-doping education pathway 

Prohibited list - banned substances and methods

Checking medication - ensuring medication is free from prohibited substances

Using supplements - what are they and what are the risks

Our anti-doping rules

England Hockey adopt UKAD’s rules, which are in line with the WADA Code 2015. In addition England Hockey complies with the Anti Doping rules of the international Federation (FIH), which is also WADA Code compliant.  It is important for all players, coaches and support staff to familiarise themselves with the anti-doping regulations relevant to their competition to ensure that they are aware of the obligations and requirements placed upon them.

UKAD's 2015 anti-doping rules can be found here

FIH's 2015 anti-doping rules can be found here 

For information and advice regarding anti-doping within England Hockey, please contact:

Anti-Doping Education - Sam Hunt -

Anti-Doping Results Management - Alison Hogg -

01628 897500