Cheer on your Thundersticks hockey heroes in Aran Zalewski, Georgia Wilson, Tom Wickham, Karri Somerville, Trent Mitton and Tyler Lovell when they don the green and gold on the World stage at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games!
All of the ways to watch, follow and stay across the Hockeyroos and Kookaburras competing at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics!
Where to watch
Channel 7 will broadcast all Hockeyroos and Kookaburras matches at the Tokyo Olympics LIVE.
All matches will be streamed on 7Plus, with some matches to be possibly shown on the main Seven network or 7Mate (details will be released by Channel 7 throughout the Games).
Olympic Place at Wesfarmers Court
Celebrate and cheer on our Olympic heroes at the Wesfarmers Court at Curtin University!
On Monday 26 July, six students from Curtin University in the Olympics Hockeyroos side will take the field for their country!
The match will be streamed LIVE on the big screen at Wesfarmers Court – don’t miss out on the opportunity to celebrate our hockey stars in style!
WHERE: Wesfarmers Court, Curtin University (North-east end of Curtin University near University Boulevard and Hayman Road)
WHEN: 11:15am, Monday 26 August
Social Media Coverage
The Hockeyroos and Kookaburras Twitter accounts will have LIVE match updates.
There will also be half time and full time updates on the teams’ Facebook and Instagram pages.
Other accounts to follow include the Australian Olympic Team, FIH and the 7Olympic social channels.
International Hockey Federation (FIH)
International Hockey Federation (FIH) – Facebook
Int Hockey Federation (@fihockey) – Instagram
International Hockey Federation (@FIH_Hockey) – Twitter
The following websites are your go to for staying across all of the scores, news and other updates from the Tokyo 2020 hockey competition.
Kookaburras Schedule (full hockey competition schedule)
Saturday 24 July (9.30am local, 10.30am AEST)
Japan v Kookaburras (north pitch)
Sunday 25 July (6.30pm local, 7.30pm AEST)
India v Kookaburras (north pitch)
Tuesday 27 July (9.30am local, 10.30am AEST)
Argentina v Kookaburras (north pitch)
Wednesday 28 July (Approx 9pm local)
Kookaburras v New Zealand (south pitch)
Friday 30 July (10.00am local, 11.00am AEST)
Kookaburras v Spain (south pitch)
Sunday 1 August
Men’s Quarter Finals (2 matches 9.30am-1.45pm, 2 matches 6.30pm-10.45pm)
Tuesday 3 August
Men’s Semi Final (1 match 10.30am, 1 match 7.00pm)
Thursday 5 August
Men’s Bronze Medal Match (10.30am)
Men’s Gold Medal Match (7.00pm)
Hockeyroos Schedule (full hockey competition schedule)
Sunday 25 July (10.00am local, 11.00am AEST)
Hockeyroos v Spain (south pitch)
Monday 26 July (Approx. 12pm local)
Hockeyroos v China (south pitch)
Wednesday 28 July (6.30pm local, 7.30pm AEST)
Japan v Hockeyroos
Thursday 29 July (Approx 9pm local)
New Zealand v Hockeyroos (south pitch)
Saturday 31 July (Approx 11am local)
Argentina v Hockeyroos (north pitch)
Monday 2 August
Women’s Quarter Finals (2 matches 9.30am-1.45pm, 2 matches 6.30pm-10.45pm)
Wednesday 4 August
Women’s Semi Finals (1 match 10.30am, 1 match 7.00pm)
Friday 6 August
Women’s Bronze Medal Match (10.30am)
Women’s Gold Medal Match (7.00pm)
*ALL TIMES IN AEST
How the Olympic hockey tournament works…
There are 12 teams competing in Hockey at the Olympics broken up into two pools consisting of six teams. Each team plays 5 groups stage games across the tournament with the top 4 of either pool heading to the quarter finals. A win in the quarter finals would see them in the semi finals and a win there would see them in the final to win Gold. The two losers in the semi finals would see them play in a match for Bronze.
Rules of Hockey
The official Tokyo 2020 Olympic website has an easy-to-read article explaining the rules of hockey at the Olympics.