This is the indoor variant of traditional outdoor field hockey. It began as a pastime for players during the off-season. The key difference between field hockey and indoor hockey is that in the indoor version of the game a board runs around the perimeter of the pitch can be used by the player to rebound the ball off and that the ball can only be pushed with the stick (no hitting or back-left is allowed when playing the ball).
The indoor hockey drills and videos below will help your players improve all aspects of players' indoor game from attacking to defending. They also cover effective penalty corners strategies and advanced dribbling and passing techniques and patterns for speedily moving down the pitch.