FHO continues to assess the current status of the COVID-19 outbreak, taking guidance from the Government of Ontario and Public Health Ontario. The health and safety of our athletes, coaches, umpires, and families remains our top priority. We continue to work closely with our partners at Field Hockey Canada (FHC) and the Sport Medicine Advisory Committee to monitor and respond to the most recent updates.
Keep an eye on your email inbox if you're an FHO member, as well as our social media and website for more updates as they become available.
All in-person programming until June 30, 2020 has been cancelled or postponed. The following programs have been postponed, with the intent to reschedule later in the year:
Provincial Level Umpire Course (Halton) - April 19
Community Level Coach Course (Waterloo) - April 19
Assessors Clinic (Oakville) - April 25
Tech Official Level 1 Course (Oakville) - April 26
The following programs have been cancelled:
U18 May Meltdown (Hamilton) - May 9-10
U15 Boys’, U23 Men’s, and U23 Women's Provincial Trials - May 16-17
U15 & U12 May Meltdown (Mississauga) - May 30-31
FHC National Championships - July 8-29
At this time, all Team Ontario training and practices have been suspended. While the FHC National Championships have been cancelled, we hope to offer an alternate high-performance training opportunity for our athletes later this year, should it be safe to do so.
Currently, all fees paid will be carried over to alternate high-performance training opportunities later in the year. Refunds will be processed should the proposed activities not be able to take place as planned.
Field Hockey Ontario will be working on rescheduling courses throughout the province once it is safe to do so, following all of the guidelines provided by Field Hockey Canada, all levels of government and public health authorities.
Yes. Our staff are all working from home and can be reached via email during our regular office hours of 9am - 5pm EST, Monday-Friday.
Any general questions can be emailed to email@example.com.
Our staff is currently working with Provincial Government and Public Health officials to begin mapping out what our return to play will look like. We know that the sport will not return at full speed, and will take time for full training and competition to resume.
Once a road map of Field Hockey Ontario's return to play plan has been developed, it will be shared with the community.