Men’s FIH Hockey World Cup 2023: Tournament to be kept in Bhubaneswar, Rourkela from January
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Men’s Hockey World Cup which will certainly be kept in Rourkela as well as Bhubaneswar from January 13
There is a great deal of exhilaration amongst hockey enthusiasts throughout the globe that will certainly get here in the hockey-loving state of Odisha as there are simply 200 days to choose the respected Men’s Hockey World Cup which will certainly be kept in Rourkela as well as Bhubaneswar from January 13, 2023, onwards.
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Fans will certainly reach witness the 16 ideal groups try honours in the marquee competition in the global hockey schedule. This is the 2nd time Odisha, under the management of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, is holding the respected quadrennial hockey competition making it the only state to host back-to-back FIHHockey Men’s World Cup
While the renowned Kalinga Hockey Stadium in Bhubaneswar held the previous version of the World Cup which was admired world-over for its phenomenal facilities as well as Hockey India’s spotless implementation of the occasion as hosts, this time around the desirable occasion will certainly additionally be kept in the heart of Odisha’s hockey belt – Rourkela, an area popular for its hockey expertise having actually created many global hockey gamers.
With the biggest hockey arena in the country being constructed in the steel city of Rourkela, individuals of the area are excitedly waiting for to see the globe’s ideal gamers at work throughout the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar as well as Rourkela.
Reflecting the group’s exhilaration of playing yet one more World Cup before the house group, Manpreet Singh that has actually been called the Captain for the upcoming Commonwealth Games claimed, “Mere words cannot express the team’s excitement of playing yet another World Cup in Odisha. This time, with Rourkela also hosting matches, we are all eager to experience the region’s hockey craze. Our compatriots in the team who are from Odisha have spoken endlessly about the love people have for hockey in this region which makes us all the more eager to play there,” sharedManpreet
“We are ever so grateful to Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik who with his continued support for the sport has helped us achieve great laurels for the country. Under his leadership, we have been provided with the world’s best hockey infrastructure to compete and with infrastructure work nearing completion in Rourkela, we are all waiting to play in the new facility. By hosting the event in India again, we are provided with yet another opportunity to fight for the prestigious World Cup Title and the team is heading in the right direction,” includedManpreet Singh