Odisha all set to host the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup 2023
11 January, 2023 | Khushi Agarwal
Hockey being the national game of India does not get the kind of recognition it deserves. Up Until a few years ago, everybody wanted to opt for cricket, and a minority of people played hockey. Indi...
Hockey being the national game of India does not get the kind of recognition it deserves. Up Until a few years ago, everybody wanted to opt for cricket, and a minority of people played hockey.
Indian hockey teams, both men and women have turned the tables around by receiving great heights in the game. They have bagged multiple trophies both national and international tournaments. The Hockey World Cup 2023 is set to begin from January 13-29 in Bhubaneswar and Rourkela, ahead of which there is a conclave being held in Konark.
The National Conclave will be focused on informing people about the game as a whole, its players, player execution, instructing, grassroots talent identification, organization as well as worldwide arising patterns, amazing open doors, and difficulties. The Conference will give a stage to different partners from in excess of 20 states and association regions around the country for examining ways of creating Indian hockey comprehensively.
Looking forward to the conclave, The President for Hockey India Dilip Tirkey said that it was the first time the conclave is taking place in the state with support from the Hockey Association of Odisha and the government. It will witness participation from more than 50 distinguished delegates consisting of senior-level government officials, former hockey legends, presidents and secretaries of various state associations, and other esteemed dignitaries.
The conclave is pointed toward uniting the hockey fraternity and will be the first of a sort that the state is leading for the improvement of a national-level game. It has likewise built the world’s biggest situated hockey arena in Rourkela, as a recognition for the hockey players of the country which will assume an essential part in the improvement of Indian Hockey. Odisha is good to go for the World Cup alongside a super debut function at Barabati Arena in Cuttack on January eleventh, Last week, Odisha Boss Priest Naveen Patnaik initiated the Birsa Munda Hockey Arena and Complex alongside World Cup Town having 225 rooms convenience for the groups and staff in Rourkela which is the second set for the World Cup