Online Field Hockey ScoreBoard

The online field hockey scoreboard displays the most important momentary game statistics, such as the score, timer, period counter and the penalties. Some score counters also show the shots on goals.

Field hockey is the game of ancient civilizations first played by Romans and Greeks. England has put the foundation of modern-day hockey in the mid-'80s and now it's played in many countries, the most successful national teams being Belgium, Australia, Netherlands, Argentina and India.

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Rules and play

Field hockey whether it's played indoors or outdoors is similar to Football in many aspects. Instead of kicking the ball, hockey players use a stick to strike the ball. The main objective of the game is to throw the ball into the opponents goal net. The standard size of the hockey pitch is 91.4 meters in length and 55 meters in width.

Just like in Football (Soccer), there are 11 players (and 6 substitutes) in each teams. The Formation of hockey players comprises of (4-3-3) 4 Forwards, 3 Halfbacks, 3 Fullbacks and 1 Goaltender. Another similarity is that the timer isn't stopped when the ball is not in play. Hockey is played in four quarters of 15 minutes (4×15 minutes) or sometimes two halves of 35 minutes.Open the settings to adjust the period duration and set up the style of the score counter.

If both teams score an equal number of goals, then the match will be a draw. In order to determine one winner, extra time and Penalties can be added.

Find out more about field hockey on Wikipedia or visit the website of the International Hockey Federation here.

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Open the settings ot set up and style the Score Counter. Adjust it to almost any sport, set up your favorite color scheme and team logos. Try the demos in the menu to get started and try to create and save your own template!

Use this online scoreboard with a projector or with a shared big screen to display the score. Share the results with a web link at the end of the game.

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