State Championship provide an excellent opportunity for the hockey kids of each State to showcase their skills, and earn a certificate and medal which will help them move up in career pursuits. The competition atmosphere help up and coming kids to gain valuable experience. The twin benefits led us to field our strongest possible teams in the Delhi State Championships being underway at IIT hockey grounds.
Two One Thousand Hockey Legs teams from Delhi participated in the third...
Annual General Meeting of Hockey Citizen Group was held in Bangalore on 31st March 2017. The following decisions were taken to REALIfurther the noble objectives enshrined in the Trust’s constitution.
Heartful thanks to United Thalessary Sports Club, based in Muscat, Sultanate of Oman for their timely benevolence on the NGO to invite OTHL team for the Second Gulf Hockey Fiesta 2017 in which our team was the only from Non-Gulf nations. The AGM in particular expresses i...
Various teams for the 2017 season announced, based on the performance, commitment, competency of kids who participated in the 3-month long Delhi OTHL Sunday Hockey League 2016. These teams will play round the year in various age group competitions. Their performance will be evaluated based on fighting spirit, commitment, and not giving up educationals needs....
Some of the boys are happily doing flag bearer jobs in the Hockey India League in Delhi. Some others are touring Sports Training Centres being run by Sports Authority of India to attend annual selection trials across India. But at the same time, eight boys of One Thousand Hockey Legs break a new ground for themselves, getting a lifetime chance to indulge in an overseas mela.
An OTHL team of 8 boys (age ranging from 14 to 18) took part in the second annual Gulf Hockey Fiesta 2017 h...
The experiment of involving hockey kids on Sundays for a tournament and thus create property for future came to a grand finale today with the Government Boys Senior Secondary School, Janakpuri, beating Government Boys Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya, Ashok Vihar 3-0 at the picturesque Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium, New Delhi, in the final of the Sunday Hockey League.
Delhi based NGO Hockey Citizen Group, which runs globally acclaimed One Thousand Hockey Legs Project, cocentualized and put...
The experimental Delhi OTHL Schools Hockey League has reached its business end. The semifinals were held last Tuesday after three months of non-stop Sunday matches. In the first semifinal Ashok Vihar overcame stiff resistance of new powerhouse Ghittorni to enter the final.
In the second semifinal, Janakpuri set aside the challenge of Mahrauli school. Earlier, Maharauli school also overcame Saket in the Play Off.
International Hockey Federation (FIH) has listed One Thousand Hockey Legs as one of the three Global Projects of Asia for the year 2016.
As part of our series looking at some of the standout Global hockey Projects from 2016, we look at some projects in Asia that have the potential to inspire others in 2017...
Project gathers pace in India
One Thousand Hockey Legs is a project based in India that introduces hockey to sch...
Introduction of Sunday League by One Thousand Hockey Legs in Delhi has sent positive signals with respect to bring back drop outs back to hockey fields.
OTHL has found that about 25% of students whom it introduced hockey, give up for variety of reasons such as academic load, inability to take physical load the game demands, casualness, failure to make it to School or combined team with resultant frustration etc. This is a big number, and need to be tackled in order to get maximum...
Our NGO Hockey Citizen Group that runs premier project, One Thousand Hockey Legs, decided to field two Club teams in the Delhi State Junior Championship held recently.
Delhi being the hub of One Thousand Hockey Legs' field activities and feat, it was in the fitness of things to field OTHL XI and Citizen XI teams with an eye on medal position.
Early this year, as a part of vertical growth of talent it identified, OTHL decided to groom around one hundred boys out of...
Midfielder Kishore Arya, 16, makes history of sort by becoming India's first ever NGO hockey player to make it to any Indian team. The 16-year old from Delhi has been included in the India's Sub-Junior Asia Cup team, which starts this Sunday in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Kishore Arya is a product of Delhi based NGO One Thousand Hockey Legs which seeks to introduce the sport of hockey to at least 500 school kids each year.
Presently an incumbent of recently commenced Nationa...
Developing sustained passion for Hockey by introduction of Hockey to pre and early teenaged children and simultaneously promoting playing sport as a culture and tradition, thereby contributing to develop a sports loving society.