Asian Hockey Federation

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Asian Hockey Federation
Asian Hockey Federation official logo.png
Abbreviation ASHF
Motto Ever onwards
Type Sports federation
Headquarters Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Membership
31 member associations
President
Malaysia Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah[1]
Website www.asiahockey.org

The Asian Hockey Federation is the governing body for the sport of field hockey in Asia. It now has 30 member associations. It is affiliated to the International Hockey Federation (FIH). The current president is Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah.

Member associations[edit]

AHF Executive Board[edit]

The AHF Executive Board is the legislative body of the AHF. The Executive Board manages the affairs of the AHF, implements the decisions of the AHF Congress (the AHF Member National Associations in general meeting), supervises the AHF CEO and professional staff and appoints the AHF Committees.

The AHF Executive Board is made up of 19 members, including the President, Honorary Treasurer, six Vice-Presidents (including one female Vice-President and one Vice-President from the country hosting the Asian Games) and 10 ordinary members as well as the AHF CEO. All Executive Board members except for the CEO are elected by the AHF Congress for four-year terms. The CEO is appointed by the Executive Board.

President Malaysia Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah
Honorary Treasurer Japan Dato' Fumio Ogura
CEO Macau Dato' Tayyab Ikram
Vice President South Korea Mrs. Shin Jung Hee India Mr. Abhijit Sarkar ThailandDato' Seri Chaiypak Siriwat

Pakistan Mr. Rana Mujahid Ali Kazakhstan Mr. Seksanayaev Berrikazzy

Members Japan Ms. Masako Kamisuki Malaysia Dr. Shamala Subramaniam Iran Mr. Bahram Shafie Sri Lanka Mr. Sumith Edirisinghe Singapore Mr. Mathavan Devadas Pakistan Mr. Akhtar Rasool China Mr. Li Gao Chao Malaysia Dato' Abdul Rahim Mohd Ariff Oman Mr. Zuhair Muhammad Al Ajmi Bangladesh Mr. Abdur Rashid Sikder
Advisors South Korea Mr. Khim Myeong Sung Malaysia Dato' Manjit Majid Abdullah

Competitions[edit]


Current Title Holder[edit]

Men's Women's
Asia Cup  South Korea (2013)  Japan (2013)
Asian Champions Trophy  India (2016)  India (2016)
Junior Asia Cup  India (2015)  China (2015)
Asian Games  India (2014)  South Korea (2014)
Asian Champions Club Cup Pakistan WAPDA (2010) -
Indoor Hockey Asia Cup  Iran (2015)  Kazakhstan (2015)
AHF Cup  Bangladesh (2016} -
U18 Asia Cup India India (2016) China China (2016)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Congress 2011". Retrieved 5 March 2011. 

External links[edit]