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Hockey Game Court and Equipment
- Jan 09, 2019 -




Hockey field sizeFolding review

The hockey field is 91.40 meters long and 55 meters wide. The goal is 2.14 meters high and 3.66 meters wide. The stick is 80 to 95 cm long and the ball weighs 156 to 163 grams. During the game, 11 athletes from each of the two teams played. The game is played in 60 minutes and is divided into four sections, each of which is 15 minutes. It also introduces a suspension mechanism to better facilitate the broadcasters. In addition, there are two minutes of rest after the first and third quarters, and a 10-minute break in the half. Into 1 goal, get 1 point, to score more than the opponent's goal. Male and female hockey were listed as Olympic Games events in 1908 and 1980 respectively.


Folding competition venue

1.1 The competition venue is rectangular


a. 91.40 meters long (100 yards);


b. 55.00 meters wide (60 yards);


c. Clearly lined according to the map of the competition venue, white is appropriate.


1.2 All marking lines are 75 mm (3 inches) wide


They are part of the playing field and should be drawn in full length:


a. Two long lines (91.40 meters) around the site are called edge lines;


b. Two short lines (55.00 meters) around the site are called end lines;


c. The part between the two goal posts on the end line is called the goal line.


A buffer zone of at least 5 m and 4 m should be left outside the end line and outside the side line.


1.3 Other marking lines


a. Connect the center line of the two edges;


b. Two 22.9-meter (25-yard) lines connecting the two edges: the distance from the edge of the line to the outer edge of the proximal line is 22.90 meters (25 yards);


The area covered by the 25-yard line and the associated edge and end lines, including the 25-code line itself, is called the 25-code area.


c. Mark a mark line parallel to the end line and 300 mm long on the outer side of each edge line. The distance from the edge of the mark line to the outer line of the center line is 14.63 meters (16 yards);


d. Mark the marking line parallel to the end line and 300 mm long on the outer side of each edge line. The distance from the edge of the marking line to the center line to the outer edge of the end line is 5 meters.


e. On the outside of the end line on both sides of the goal post, draw a mark of 300 mm long at 5 m and 10 m from the outer edge of the proximal goal post (the above distances are the distance from the outer edge of the mark line to the outer edge of the goal post) ;


The marking lines specified in Rules 1.3c, d and e have been moved from off-site to off-site and have been implemented since 2001. At the same time, the dimensions in Rule 1.3e have also been changed to metric. These revised rules apply to all new and re-lined venues. However, venues that have been drawn according to past rules can continue to be used.


f. Mark a 150 mm long marking line on the outside of the end line at a distance of 1.83 m from the midpoint of the end line (the above distance is the distance from the inner edge of the marking line to the midpoint of the end line);


g. Draw a 150mm diameter penalty point directly in front of the goal. The distance from the center of the point to the inner edge of the goal line is 6.40 meters (7 yards).


1.4 shooting arc


a. Mark a 3.66 m (4 yards) long marking line directly in front of the midpoint of the end line, parallel to the end line, and 14.63 m (16 yards) from the end line (the above distance is the distance from the outer edge of the marking line to the outer edge of the end line) );


b. with the inner front corner of the opposite goal post as the center of the circle, extending the line to both sides to intersect the end line, each forming a quarter circle;


c. These lines are called arcs, and the space they contain, including themselves, is called the shot arc (referred to simply as "arc" in the rule);


d. Draw a dotted line at a distance of 5 meters from the outer edge of the arc. The distance between the outer edge of the shooting arc and the outer edge of the virtual selection is 5 meters. Each solid line is 300 mm long and the distance between the two solid lines is 3 meters. The arc is directly in front of the solid part of the dotted line, and the intersection with the end line is a blank part of the dotted line.


Since June 1, 2000, the venues that have already requested international competitions must have these dotted lines. Whether other competitions are adopted or not is determined by national associations.


1.5 Except for the marking lines specified in these Rules, there shall be no other marking lines on the playing field.


1.6 flag flagpole


a. 1.20 to 1.50 meters high;


b. placed at each corner of the site;


c. The safety of the athlete must be guaranteed;


d. If it cannot be broken, it should be placed on the spring seat;


e. There must be a flag, the length and width of the flag should not exceed 300 mm.


For specific mapping of the venue, you can obtain the relevant information from the International Quartet Brussels Headquarters.


Folding goal

2.1 is located in the middle of the end line


a. The column and beam are white, rectangular, 51 mm wide and 75 mm thick;


b. The internal distance between the two goal posts is 3.66 meters;


c. The goal post must be placed on the marking line outside the goal line, and the front side is connected to the outer edge of the goal line;


d. The beam is fixed on the column, and the inner distance from the ground is 2.14 meters (7 inches);


e. the height of the column does not exceed the beam;


f. the width of the beam does not exceed the column;


g. The depth of the goal at the cross member shall not be less than 0.91 m and the depth at the ground shall not be less than 1.22 m.


2.2 side baffle


a. Length 1.2 m (minimum), height 460 mm (18 吋);


b. placed on the ground, at right angles to the end line, fixed to the back of the column, connected to the ends of the tailgate, the thickness does not exceed the width of the column;


c. The inside is painted dark.


2.3 tailgate


a. Length 3.66 meters, height 460 mm;


d. placed on the ground, connected to the two rear ends of the side fence;


e. The inside is painted dark.


2.4 block network


a. Connected to the back of the column and the beam, connected to the back of the tailgate and the side baffle, the hook spacing is not more than 150 mm;


b. The retaining net must be placed so that the ball does not leak from the screen and the column, beam, side fence or tailgate;


c. The net should not be too tight to prevent the ball from bounce off the net;


d. The mesh is no larger than 45 mm.



Folding goal

2.1 is located in the middle of the end line


a. The column and beam are white, rectangular, 51 mm wide and 75 mm thick;


b. The internal distance between the two goal posts is 3.66 meters;


c. The goal post must be placed on the marking line outside the goal line, and the front side is connected to the outer edge of the goal line;


d. The beam is fixed on the column, and the inner distance from the ground is 2.14 meters (7 inches);


e. the height of the column does not exceed the beam;


f. the width of the beam does not exceed the column;


g. The depth of the goal at the cross member shall not be less than 0.91 m and the depth at the ground shall not be less than 1.22 m.


2.2 side baffle


a. Length 1.2 m (minimum), height 460 mm (18 吋);


b. placed on the ground, at right angles to the end line, fixed to the back of the column, connected to the ends of the tailgate, the thickness does not exceed the width of the column;


c. The inside is painted dark.


2.3 tailgate


a. Length 3.66 meters, height 460 mm;


d. placed on the ground, connected to the two rear ends of the side fence;


e. The inside is painted dark.


2.4 block network


a. Connected to the back of the column and the beam, connected to the back of the tailgate and the side baffle, the hook spacing is not more than 150 mm;


b. The retaining net must be placed so that the ball does not leak from the screen and the column, beam, side fence or tailgate;


c. The net should not be too tight to prevent the ball from bounce off the net;


d. The mesh is no larger than 45 mm.





Hockey game ballFolding ball


a. The ball should be a hard sphere with no material;


b. Weight: a minimum of 156 grams, a maximum of 163 grams;


c. circumference: minimum 224 mm, maximum 235 mm;


d. Surface: smooth, but with seams or dents allowed;


e. Color: white or agreed upon other colors.


For the ball used for the competition approved by the International Federation of Music, see Appendix E.


4.1 Schematic


a. The specifications of the clubs specified in this rule are shown in the following figure;


Hockey stick

b. The figure shows the shape of the elbow of the club when placed on the Y-axis overlapping the C-line;


4.2 shape


a. The club should be straight with an elbow at one end;


b. All edges should be round and blunt;


c. The entire club should be smooth and free of any rough or sharp protrusions;


d. The part between the club c and d can only be a flat surface on the left hand side (one side as shown).

 

4.3 contact surface


a. The spherical surface is the entire side as shown in the schematic, and the edge of the surface, but the edge should be round and blunt;


Athletes should be aware that manufacturers may refuse to replace clubs that have been damaged or broken by hitting the ball with the edge of the club, as most clubs are not made in this way.


b. The non-contact surface should be round.


4.4 size and weight


a. In the positive X-axis direction, the maximum length of the elbow expansion portion of the club (the portion indicated by the D line) is 100 mm;


b. The part of the club between the A line and the A1 line can be offset by up to 20 mm on both sides (indicated by the B line and the B1 line, respectively);


c. Including the wrapping of the outer surface, the club should be able to inspect the ring through a club with an inner diameter of 51 mm;


d. The total weight of the club must not exceed 737 grams.


4.5 ball speed / stick speed ratio


a. The ball speed must not exceed 98% of the stick speed.


Test method (omitted)


4.6 Materials and Colors


a. As long as it is suitable for the competition and does not pose any danger, the club and its possible attachments may be woody or any other material than metal;


b. As long as the surface is kept smooth, it can be bandaged or treated with resin.


4.7 restrictions


a. The International Federation of Music reserves the right to ban the use of clubs that the Rules Committee considers to be unsafe or may adversely affect hockey.





 Hockey player legging board

4.8 Liability


a. Athletes must ensure that the equipment they use does not pose a risk to themselves or others in terms of quality, material or design;


b. Fluent is not responsible for any consequences of the equipment selected by the athlete, for defects in the equipment or for violation of the rules. Any changes made to the equipment prior to the competition should be limited to purely for the needs of the competition and should ensure that the overall shape of the equipment conforms to the rules.


The club has its traditional shape and should be retained. The Rules Committee does not approve any specific design, but any new, more extreme designs will be banned.


The Rules Committee will pay close attention to the performance of traditional and non-traditional club materials, which will be limited and stopped if they cause changes in the characteristics of hockey sports or pose a hazard to athletes.