First-Ever Masters Cup In Hockey Will Be Hosted By India, And Veteran Players Will Compete

The historic first Masters Cup, which will include seasoned athletes in both the men’s and women’s divisions, was announced by Hockey India on Tuesday.

The purpose of the occasion is to honor seasoned hockey players’ unwavering dedication and skill.

Participation in the competition is open to all state member units associated with Hockey India. Veteran players who meet the eligibility requirements, aged 40 and over, must register through the Hockey India Member Unit Portal and get in touch with their local member units.

Soon, the tournament’s dates and locations will be released.

“We are thrilled to announce the first-ever Hockey India Masters Cup, an event that honours the dedication and passion of our veteran players. This tournament is a celebration of their enduring love for the sport and a testament to their invaluable contributions to hockey in India,” HI president Dilip Tirkey said in a statement.

In order to maintain a strong feeling of community and to guarantee that their passion and expertise continue to motivate upcoming generations of players, you strive to give past players a platform to compete.

Hockey India Secretary General Bhola Nath Singh added, “This tournament not only allows former athletes to maintain their connection to the sport but also provides a unique opportunity for them to showcase their skills and fitness. We encourage all eligible players to register and participate, as this event promises to be a memorable and enriching experience for everyone involved.”