How to Travel the World and Find a Career Through Field Hockey from Lucas Sevestre

The value of playing field hockey overseas Lucas Sevestre shared this quote with the Urū team back in September while sitting by the beautiful beach in Perth, Australia. If you’re thinking of playing abroad, just do it. It’ll be one of the best experiences of your life… Getting to know the people and all the […]

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Top 15 Things to Do in London During the 2018 Field Hockey World Cup

There’s nothing like getting the inside scoop on to-do’s from the locals, especially from people with similar interests… Sports, enjoying the warm summer weather, eating great food, destressing with a beer (or better yet, a Pimm’s!). This list is a collection of recommendations gathered from field hockey players living in London. You won’t be watching […]

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Why you should have a Uru Sports account – even if you’re not looking to play abroad now

  Track Memories Track your field hockey playing days; the championships you won, the goals you scored, the ankles you broke, the dick of the day awards you brought home…These are times that brings good feels to your community  and it’s great to be able to look back on.   Shamelessly share all your hockey news/highlights […]

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The 2018 Cal Cup Field Hockey Tournament Review

  Los Angeles’s Social and Competitive Annual Field Hockey Tournament This Memorial Day weekend, field hockey athletes and teams from around the world gathered at Moorpark, just outside Los Angeles and about a 25 minute drive through the mountains dropping onto Malibu beach. It was the annual Cal Cup field hockey tournament. As you can imagine, […]

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THE CAL CUP – Playing field hockey in Los Angeles

  The Cal Cup in overview This coming weekend is Memorial Day in the USA which is celebrated in LA by hosting one of the most popular social field hockey tournaments in the world, the Cal Cup. This tournament is hosted at and around Team USA Men’s home ground in Moorpark, California. There are over […]

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Global Field Hockey Insight and Playing Abroad Tips

Field Hockey- The 3rd largest sport in the world More than 117 countries participate in hockey around the world. Nationally the power countries being Holland, Australia, Germany, England, Argentina, New Zealand, India (for men only) and the USA (for women only). There are amazing club competitions throughout the year that bring in international players.  Keep in […]

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A Look into the EHL with Wimbledon HC Player Henry Weir

EHL – The world’s most pinnacle club field hockey tournament In Europe, club hockey is where it’s at, with players spending the majority of their year (30+ weeks) training and competing with their club teams. So for the 2007/08 season, after realizing the potential for cross-country, international club competition, the European Hockey League was introduced, […]

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Meet the Uru Sports Team

At Uru Sports, we want you to know and trust the people who are working behind the scenes to make the global sports network function for athletes, coaches, and sports organizations as efficiently as possible. After all, our mission is to make the process of players finding abroad opportunities and coaches finding players of great […]

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How To Have The Best Time Playing Field Hockey Abroad by Grace O’Hanlon

Priceless experiences come from playing field hockey abroad You may have read that title and thought to yourself that the idea of a specific method that all players can follow in order to have an awesome abroad experience sounds pretty skeptical, and in many ways, you’d be right. Everyone is different, which means the specific […]

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Three Generations of Team South Africa Competed Together for Canterbury HC in England  

South African field hockey powerhouse reunite in Canterbury England About a year ago, when Uru Sports was taking form, Founder Ainsley McCallister got to chat with her then-teammates Jen Wilson, Dirkie Chamberlain, and Line Malan while they were all playing for Canterbury Hockey Club in England. This marked a unique roster, as Jen, Dirkie, and […]

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