Field hockey is a team hockey sport. The first origin of this sport dates back to the Middle Ages in Scotland, the Netherlands, and England.

This sport can be played on a natural lawn or an artificial turf yard in the house. Each team plays with eleven people including the goalkeeper.

The sport takes place between two teams, including the dark kicking of eleven people on the field. Teams can change people with the number of people and number of times at will, at any time during the match, except when the penalty is taken; two exceptions to this rule: when the defensive team keeper is injured or disqualified, or the player can leave the field, but must wait until the player makes a penalty touch then another can enter instead.

Players are allowed to control the ball with the part of the right side and by the edges of the head and the handle, with the exception of safety reasons the player should not hit the ball with a blow. transverse-handed due to the difficulty of controlling the height and direction of the ball from such a shot.

The plane of the stick must always be on the right side for the right-handed person when swinging a club from right to left. Sticks for left-handed people produce but extremely rare; however, the rule does not allow people to use this type of stick. To play from the left to the right, the player must put the flat of the club head in contact with the ball by turning the tip of the stick, possibly by rotating the stick around 180° (while a backward stroke with the edge of the stick will rotate The head is about 90° above the position of a straight-handed shot with the plane part of the tip.

Other rules can be mentioned such as: Do not touch the ball with your feet, with your hands, do not prevent the opponent from moving, do not swing the bat too high, and do not have a third party. If the player is leading the ball, at the same time losing control and kicking the ball or another player interferes, the player is not allowed to control the ball or continue to lead the ball. The law does not allow players to kick the ball to gain control of the ball, so the ball will belong to the other team. Conversely, if kicking the ball does not give the team any control of the ball, the match will continue.

The player must not prevent others from having the opportunity to perform a blow in any way. Do not push/use your body or stick to obstruct your team’s progress. The penalty for this error is to give the ball to the opponent and if it recurs this action may be penalized. When an athlete performs a free-kick or a corner kick, the ball must not pass high because this action is considered dangerous. In the end, it is impossible to have three players at the same time touch the ball. Two players on two opposing teams can compete, but if a player intervenes in the dispute, it will be considered a third party and the ball will belong to the team with fewer participants in the ball situation.