Team India schedule at Hockey World cup 2023

It’s official – Team India is set to make its debut in the 2023 FIH Hockey World Cup. After a successful campaign in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, where they qualified for the first time in 36 years, it is only fitting that their journey continues in the world cup tournament. As hockey fans gear up for this momentous occasion, there’s a lot of excitement and anticipation around the Indian squad and their schedule. In this blog post, we take a closer look at Team India’s schedule at the upcoming Hockey World Cup 2023, with details about each match-up and predictions of how they might fare against their opponents.

Schedule of India’s Matches

1. India will play their first match against Spain on January 13.

2. India’s second match will be against England on January 15.

3. India will take on Wales in their third match on January 19.

Indian Team

The Indian team has been announced for the upcoming Hockey World Cup. The team is as follows:


P.R. Sreejesh (captain)

Akinwale Odunze


Harmanpreet Singh
Birendra Lakra
Mandeep Singh
Varun Kumar
Gurinder Singh

Sardar Singh
Dilpreet Singh
Lalit Upadhyay
Manu Bhaker

The Indian team will be looking to make a mark at the Hockey World Cup after a disappointing performance at the Commonwealth Games. The team will be led by captain P.R. Sreejesh and will be looking to make a strong showing at the tournament.

The Indian men’s hockey team is coached by Graham Reid, who was appointed to the role in January 2019. Reid has experience coaching at the highest level, having previously been head coach of the Australian men’s national team.

Under Reid’s guidance, India will be looking to build on their strong performance at the 2018 Asian Games, where they won a silver medal. The Hockey World Cup will be a tough test for the Indian team, but they will be hoping to use Reid’s experience to help them achieve success on the world stage.

Now that we have taken a look at Team India’s schedule for the 2023 Hockey World Cup, it is clear that they will have their work cut out for them. With tough opponents in every group and only 8 teams making it to the knockout stages, Team India will need to bring their A-game if they want to stand a chance of emerging victorious. As fans of Indian hockey, let us all support our team and root for them as they prepare for the tournament!

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