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Field Hockey Rules Information

  • 4/24/2019

    Click here to view the 2019 NFHS Field Hockey Comments on the Rules. 

  • 4/24/2019

    Click here to view the 2019 NFHS Field Hockey Points of Emphasis. 

  • 2/6/2019

    Click here to view the 2019 NFHS Field Hockey Rules Changes. 

  • 8/1/2018

    Please click here to view the 2018 Field Hockey Rules Interpretations. 

  • 5/21/2018

    Click here to view the 2018 NFHS Field Hockey Points of Emphasis. 

  • 5/21/2018

    Click here to view the 2018 NFHS Field Hockey comments on the rules. 

  • 3/5/2018

    Click here to access the 2018 Field Hockey Rule Changes. 

  • 12/19/2017

    Click here to view the 2017 Field Hockey comments on the rules. 

  • 8/3/2017

    Publisher’s Note: The National Federation of State High School Associations is the only source of official high school interpretations. They do not set aside nor modify any rule. They are made and published by the NFHS in response to situations presented.

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  • 4/26/2017

    Click here to view the 2017 Field Hockey Rules Press Release

  • 4/25/2017

    1-2-4h: The Substitution Area marked as follows on the same side of the field as the official’s table, 10-yard wide area, 5 yards on either side of the center line, for all players including goalkeepers.

    4-2-2b: The game clock shall be stopped by the official’s signal for a goalkeeper substitution.

    4-4-7: Time is not stopped during substitution except for a goalkeeper.

    8-1-1v, wMore...

  • 2/26/2015

    To View the 2015 NFHS Field Hockey Rules Changes, please click here

  • 2/6/2014

    Rules changes approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Field Hockey Rules Committee during its January 15-17 meeting in Indianapolis centered around the official game clock and location of where play resumes after stoppage. The recommended rules changes were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

    “More and more [field hockey] games are being played onMore...

  • 2/6/2014

    To view a PDF of the 2014 Field Hockey Rules Changes, Click here.

  • 2/20/2013

    1-3-4: Clarified the specifications of the ball and color choices.

    1-6-6: Clarified the manor of state association accommodations.

    1-6-10: Modified the use of person wireless communications for coaches.

    1-8-1c: Clarified the role of the coach complying with the substitution rule.

    2-1-6: Clarified the procedure of issuing a green card for misconduct violations.

    2-2-3e: Clarified the role of the scorer/timer related to suspension of playingMore...

  • 8/23/2012

    Click here for the PDF version.

  • 4/29/2011

    Click here for the 2011 NFHS Field Hockey Rule Interpretion Power Point

  • 4/15/2011

    Protective Eyewear Mandated for Field Hockey

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                      Contact: Elliot Hopkins

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN (April 15, 2011) — High school field hockey players will be required to wear protective eyewear, effective with the 2011-12 season.

    The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Board of Directors, in its April 13 meeting in Indianapolis, votedMore...

  • 3/9/2011

     

    Penalties for Misconduct Fouls Revised

     in High School Field Hockey

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                      Contact: Elliot Hopkins

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN (March 9, 2011) — Changes in penalties for misconduct fouls in high school field hockey highlighted the January 12-14 meeting of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Field Hockey Rules Committee.More...

  • 8/11/2010

    Click here for current Field Hockey rules changes.

  • 5/26/2010

    2010-11 Field Hockey Rules Changes

    1-5-1 Clarified the permitted undergarments for under the uniform top.

    1-6-4  Deleted labeled bow measurement requirement.

    1-6-6 Clarified the use of hard and unyielding items.

    1-6-7: Clarified how required equipment should be properly worn.

    3-2-12: Clarified the definition of the self-pass.

    3-3-9: Clarified the technique of the self-pass.

    4-2-4c: Clarified the guideline for concussion management.

    5-1: Clarifies the procedure with a center pass.

    5-2-1a: Simplified the procedures in taking aMore...

  • 3/10/2010

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Contact: Elliot Hopkins

    INDIANAPOLIS, IN (March 10, 2010) — One of the most significant rule changes approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Field Hockey Rules Committee makes a self-pass legal for several ball insertion situations. The changes, which were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors, willMore...

 
 
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