New Delhi, 5 September 2019: In a bid to improve engagement between the Indian Hockey players and their followers, Hockey India has revamped its website and app with a new user-friendly features. The website will be a one-stop shop for all the Indian Hockey fans. From the latest news to match updates to player statistics - the fans can stay up to date about Indian hockey.
The website will be a hockey fan's delight as it's easy on the eye and follows a simple yet with a pack of new user friendly features.
President, Hockey India Mohd. Mushtaque Ahmad is delighted to launch the new vibrant website. "I am extremely happy to relaunch the Hockey India website and app. The following for Indian Hockey has grown manifolds in the last few years with both our Men and Women's team doing well and the fans can follow the very user-friendly website to stay up to date with everything related to Indian hockey. The fans can follow the website for quick updates on all matches around the globe and also look through player profiles. An engagement with the fans is imperative in the digital age and I am very pleased with the new look of the Hockey India website," said Mohd. Mushtaque Ahmad.
Apart from following match updates and hockey news, subscribe to the Hockey India newsletter and also could apply for various positions in Hockey India. The fans can download the Hockey India app from Google Play and App Store to follow Indian hockey on the go. The app will be live in a couple of days.
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