Hockey World Cup 2014: Every game live on Sky Sports

Last Updated: 29/05/14 1:41pm

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Don't miss a minute of the 2014 Rabobank Hockey World Cup from The Hague in Holland with Sky Sports.

From Saturday 31 May to 15 June, the best men's and women's hockey teams in the world will take to The Hague to try and claim the 13th Hockey World Cup title.

Sky Sports will bring you unprecedented coverage of all 76 matches, between the 24 teams from 15 countries. This hockey calendar climax is not to be missed.

England's Men - ranked fourth in the world behind Australia, Germany and Netherlands respectively - are in Group A with Spain, Malaysia, Belgium, India and the World No.1's Australia.

World No.3 England Women are in Group B with 2010 winners Argentina and beaten finalists Germany, South Africa, China and the USA.

Sky Sports 3 HD's live coverage of the Hockey World Cup starts this weekend with England's men taking on Spain from 4pm on Saturday before England women's first match against the United States from 11:30am on Sunday.


Saturday 31 May - Sky Sports 3

Group A

9:30am Men, Australia v Malaysia

12pm Women, New Zealand v Belgium

1:30pm Women, Australia v South Korea

3pm Men, Belgium v India

4.30pm Men, England v Spain

6.45pm Netherlands v Japan

Sunday 1 June - Sky Sports 3

Group B

9.30am Men, Germany v South Africa

12pm Women, England v United States

1.30pm Women, Germany v China

3pm Men, Netherlands v Argentina

4.30pm Men, New Zealand v South Korea

6.45pm Women, Argentina v South Africa

Monday 2 June - Sky Sports 2

Group A

9:30am Women, Australia v Japan

12pm Men, Australia v Spain

1:30pm Women, South Korea v New Zealand

3pm Men, England v India

4.30pm Men, Malaysia v Belgium

6.45pm Women, Netherlands v Belgium

Tuesday 3 June - Sky Sports 3

Group B

9:30pm Women, South Africa v Germany

12pm Women, England v China

1.30pm Men, South Africa v New Zealand

3pm Men, Germany v Argentina

4.30pm Women, Argentina v United States

6.45pm Men, Netherlands v South Korea

Thursday 5 June - Sky Sports 3

Group A

9:30am Women, Belgium v Australia

12pm Men, Malaysia v England

1.30pm Women, South Korea v Japan

3pm Men, Belgium v Australia

4.30pm Men, India v Spain

6.45pm Women, New Zealand v Netherlands

Friday 6 June - Sky Sports 3

Group B

9:30am Women, China v United States

12pm Men, New Zealand v Argentina

1.30pm Women, South Africa v England

3pm Women, Germany v Argentina

4.30pm Men, South Korea v South Africa

6.45pm Men, Germany v Netherlands

Saturday 7 June - Sky Sports 3

Group A

9.30am Women, South Korea v Belgium

12pm Men, Spain v Belgium

1.30pm Men, Indian v Malaysia

3pm Men, England v Australia

4.30pm Women, Japan v New Zealand

6.45pm Women, Australia v Netherlands

Sunday 8 June - Sky Sports 3

Group B

9:30am Men, New Zealand v Germany

12pm Men, South Korea v Argentina

1.30pm Women, United States v Germany

3pm Women, England v Argentina

4.30pm Women, China v South Africa

6.45pm Men, South Africa v Netherlands

Monday 9 June - Sky Sports 4

Group A

9:30am Women, New Zealand v Australia

12pm Men, Australia v India

1.30pm Men, Spain v Malaysia

3pm Women, Netherlands v South Korea

4.30pm Women, Japan v Belgium

6.45pm Men, Belgium v England

Tuesday 10 June - Sky Sports 4

Group B

9.30am Men, Argentina v South Africa

12pm Men, Germany v South Korea

1.30pm Women, United States v South Africa

3pm Women, Germany v England

4.30pm Women, Argentina v China

6.45pm Men, New Zealand v Netherlands

Thursday 12 June - Sky Sports 1

9.55am Women, 11th v 12th

12.30pm Men, 11th v 12th

2.30pm Women, semi-final 1

6.15pm Women, semi-final 2

Friday 13 June - Sky Sport 1

9am Women, 9th v 10th

11.30am Women, 7th v 8th

2pm Men, Semi-final 1

4.30pm Men, Semi-final 2

Saturday 14 June - Sky Sports 3

7.30am Men, 9th v 10th

9.30am Women, 5th v 6th

11.45am Women, 3rd v 4th

2pm Women's Final

Sunday 15 June - Sky Sports 3

7.30am Men, 7th v 8th

9.30am Men, 5th v 6th

11.30am Men, 3rd v 4th

2pm Men's Final

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Rabobank Hockey World Cup 2014

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