NFHCA renews FieldTurf partnership

GILBERT, Ariz. — The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) is excited to renew their partnership with synthetic playing surface manufacturer, FieldTurf, for a fourth year. 

"Our dedication to field hockey has never been stronger at FieldTurf. We're excited and proud to partner with the NFHCA once again," said FieldTurf President, Eric Daliere. "We look forward to contributing to the development of field hockey by delivering innovative and high-quality surfaces. Together with the NFHCA we're confident that we can help "Change the Game" for field hockey."

With the renewal of their partnership, FieldTurf will continue as the official sponsor the NFHCA's Division I, Division II, and Division III Scoreboards for the 2019 season. FieldTurf will also continue to sponsor the popular karaoke event at the 2020 NFHCA Annual Convention for a second year.

"The NFHCA is excited to continue its partnership with FieldTurf for a fourth year," said NFHCA President, Andy Whitcomb. "Beyond their support for NFHCA initiatives like the Collegiate Scoreboards and exciting events at our Annual Convention, FieldTurf is committed to providing quality surfaces to field hockey programs at all levels — we continue to be grateful for their commitment to our sport and our coaches."

FieldTurf's field hockey synthetic surfaces offer a new, innovative fast design that delivers maximum performance. All of FieldTurf's field hockey products have been designed following strict testing protocols and offer player-friendly advancements to the game, enabling players to showcase their skills and strengths.

FieldTurf is an International Hockey Federation (FIH) Preferred Supplier and the trusted surface of leading NCAA programs like Monmouth University, Towson University, West Chester University, James Madison University, and elite international clubs like Reading Hockey Club, Royal Holloway University, Sardar Vallabhai Patel International Hockey Stadium (Host of the 2014–15 Men's World League Final), and over 200 hockey installations worldwide.