USA Field Hockey is the national governing body for sport of field hockey in the United States and is based out of Colorado Springs, Colo.
The mission of USA Field Hockey is to:
- Grow the Game by promoting and continuing to develop the sport for future generations to enjoy.
- Serve and Inspire Membership by helping them achieve their field hockey ambition and creating value for continued membership.
- Succeed Internationally with competitive success and enhanced performance programming.
- Be an Effective Sport Leader by allocating its resources efficiently to Grow the Game, Serve Members and Succeed Internationally.
The United States Field Hockey Association (USFHA) was founded in 1922 by Constance Applebee to govern women's field hockey in the United States. Six years later in 1928, the Field Hockey Association of America (FHAA) was founded to govern men's field hockey in the United States. In April 1993, the USFHA and FHAA merged to form the United States Field Hockey Association. Later that year, the name was changed to just USA Field Hockey.
Grow the Game. Serve & Inspire Membership. Succeed Internationally.