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Hero Hockey Champions Trophy 2014 Online Ticket sales commence today

New Delhi, 20 October 2014: Hockey India today announced the commencement of Online Ticket sales for the much awaited Hero Hockey Champions Trophy 2014. The tournament is scheduled to take place from 6-14 December at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

Speaking about the Online Ticket sale, Hockey India President Dr. Narinder Batra said, “Within a year this is the third International Hockey Tournament India is hosting and is a matter of great pride for us. With the game again reviving its popularity in the country as a source of entertainment in recent years, the young and enthusiastic spectators want to witness more of such international matches being played in our home country. Also with an increasing number of state and national level hockey players hailing from Odisha and a huge fan base in the State, we are sure of a packed stadium for every match throughout the tournament.”

The Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar has a seating capacity accommodating 7,000 spectators. The tickets can be booked online, with the official ticketing partner of the event TicketGenie (

The price of session tickets starts at Rs. 20, with session tickets entitling the spectator to watch two matches.

Pool Matches on 6, 7 and 9 December 2014

a)    Session-1 East Stand    = Rs 20
West Stand   = Rs 50

b)    Session- 2 East Stand   = Rs 50
West Stand   = Rs 100

Quarter-final & Semi-final Matches on 11 & 13 December 2014

a)    Session-1 East Stand   = Rs 50
West Stand   = Rs 100

b)    Session- 2 East Stand   = Rs 100
West Stand   = Rs 150

Classification & Final Matches on 14 December 2014

a)    Session-1 East Stand    = Rs 50
West Stand   = Rs 100

b)    Session- 2 East Stand   = Rs 100
West Stand  = Rs 200

The tickets will also be available for sale at the box office in Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar and through various outlets in the city shortly.

 To encourage hockey fans to watch all India games, the timings of Indian matches are scheduled at 19:30 hrs in the pool stage.

The 9-day event will see 8 top-ranked international teams fighting it out for the title, playing a total of 24 matches in the Kalinga Stadium. The tournament schedule is set with two pools of eight teams followed by quarter-finals, semi-finals, classification and medal matches. Pool A will feature Australia, England, Belgium and Pakistan while India is placed in Pool B with the Netherlands, Germany and Argentina. The opening day of the event Saturday 6 December 2014 will feature all eight teams including India who will open its campaign against Germany, followed by Argentina on 7 December 2014 and the Netherlands on 9 December 2014.

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