The countries that show such pride are typically the stronger teams, and often those with long histories in the sport. Canada and the northern European countries are normally quite fierce in competition Ice Hockey, where the central European, south/middle Asian and Australasian countries are very supportive of their teams in Field Hockey.
It is believed hockey possibly started in Russia. Otherwise, there are no other major sports that came from Russia.
North America has what is referred to the "Big 4" sport leagues. This refers to the National Football League, Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, and the National Hockey League. There is also other somewhat big leagues including Major League Soccer, the Canadian Football League, and to a lesser extent the National Lacrosse League.
The most major sport in India is cricket. Other sports include Chess, badminton, field hockey, lawn tennis, futbol, and golf.
Cricket is the most popular sport in Pakistan. Field Hockey is the national sport though. Some other popular sports are polo and athletics
CRICKET HAS BECOME A VERY POWERFUL SPORT IN INDIA, SO MUCH THAT NO ONE REMEMBERS ABOUT OUR NATIONAL SPORT - HOCKEY. CRICKET HAS COME A LIMELIGHT AND IS NOW SUPPRESSING THE OTHER SPORTS ATTRACTING SPONSERS AND VIEWERS TO ITSELF.
Why not both?Many countries have two official national sports, often one being a summer sport and the other being a winter.
Hockey and lacrosse. They also play other sports too.
# football,ice hockey,roller hockey, and i think soccer.
Edmonton is home to two major league sports teams: Edmonton Eskimos (Canadian Football League); Edmonton Oilers (National Hockey League). Other well-known Edmonton sports teams include the Edmonton Rush (National Lacrosse League), Edmonton Capitals (Golden Baseball League), Edmonton Energy (International Basketball League), Edmonton Oil Kings (Western Hockey League - Major Junior Hockey), Edmonton Drillers (Professional Arena Soccer League) and several amateur football teams.
Apparently ice hockey is the most popular kind of sports in Finland. Finland reached real success in it. It has one of the strongest hockey national teams in Europe. Football isn't as popular there as in other Europian countries, though it still has audience.
There are many sports like rugby, hockey, tennis, badminton, ice hockey.
I think Cricket, hockey, football, tennis and many other sports.
Hockey, Canadian football, lacrosse, skiing, snowmobiling and many other sports.
It has not been said that he plays any other sports, but right this moment he jut plays hockey cause that's his job
Cricket is the most popular sport in Pakistan.Field Hockey is the national sport though.Some other popular sports are polo and athleticsHope i could help,mystery chicken ;)
The Sports Authority, Hockey Giant and other reputable hockey equipment retailers.
Hockey refers to a family of sports, all of which involve two teams playing each other, using sticks to propel a ball or puck into the opponent's goal. Field hockey is one of those sports, in which teams of 11 play on a turf with J shaped sticks, a small hard ball around 73mm (2.9in) in diameter. Outside North America, field hockey is shortened to "hockey", therefore blurring the distinction. Other hockey sports include ice hockey (referred to as "hockey" in North America) and roller hockey.
Hockey, Soccer, Badminton, and other famous sports are worth a lot of money.
Harvard has several sports teams such as water polo and football. Other sports are golfing, field hockey, and basketball.
The ESPN site has fantasy sports in the three major U.S. sports. In other words, there is information and leagues for football, baseball, and basketball. Recently, the company added hockey as the fourth sport with playable fantasy leagues.
hockey is vary popular in the northern states
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