Junior men’s and women’s hockey teams from India go on a European trip

Bengaluru, 18 May On Saturday, the junior men’s and women’s hockey teams from India set off on a European trip. The Indian Junior Men’s Hockey Team will play Belgium, Bredase Hockey Vereniging Push, and Germany during the trip; the Indian Junior Women’s Hockey Team will play Germany, Oranje Rood, Bredase Hockey Vereniging Push, and Belgium.

The Indian junior women’s hockey squad, captained by Jyoti Singh, will play their first game of the season on May 21 against Bredase Hockey Vereniging Push. On May 22, they will play Belgium at Breda. After that, on May 24, the squad will go to Antwerp to face Belgium, and on May 26, they will come back to Breda to play Germany. Their European journey will come to a close on May 29 in Breda, when they compete against Oranje Rood. On May 27, they will go to Düsseldorf to play Germany once again.

“The team is raring to travel across Europe and face some of the toughest international youth teams, along with some prominent European youth hockey clubs,” Jyoti Singh said before departing for the trip. We will get priceless match experience and a better understanding of our strengths and limitations from this trip. A number of our players will be making their debuts, and it’s a fantastic chance for them to show off their abilities against opponents of high caliber.

On May 20 at Antwerp, the Indian junior men’s hockey team, captained by Rohit, will play their first game of the trip against Belgium. The rematch is scheduled for May 22 in Breda, followed by a game against Bredase Hockey Vereniging Push on May 23. To wrap up their trip, the squad will play two matches against Germany: on May 28 in Monchengladbach and on May 29 in Breda.

“The European trip will be an excellent venue for evaluating the outcomes of our camp training so far. It will be intriguing to see how we match up with tough opponents like Germany, Belgium, and the Bredase Hockey Vereniging Push. We want to win every game and make the most of this exposure,” Rohit, the captain, said.

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