Update: 11 March 2018, Sunday
That’s it folks! Australia are the final victors in this 27th edition of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. We’ll see you back here again next year for the 28th edition!
Update: 10 March 2018, Saturday
The SAS Cup 2018 will come to an end today with the final champions to be decided between Australia and England. 3rd and 4th places will be between Argentina and Malaysia with the last standings between India and Ireland.
You can watch the live video stream for free on HotStar and FIH Youtube Channel.
The 27th edition of the Malaysian-hosted Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Cup most notably named after the ninth Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) of Malaysia is set to kick off at the Azlan Shah Stadium in Ipoh, Perak.
Scheduled from March 3 to 10, 2018, Argentina, Australia, England, India, Ireland, and Malaysia will go head up against each other in this prestigious tournament. Live coverage will be available through HotStar (India), or via the official FIH YouTube Channel. Here are the match coverage breakdown for the different countries:
Past Years Results
2017 (Champions) – Great Britain
2017 (Runner-Up) – Australia
2017 (Third Place) – India
2016 (Champions) – Australia
2016 (Runner-Up) – India
2016 (Third Place) – New Zealand
2015 (Champions) – New Zealand
2015 (Runner-Up) – Australia
2015 (Third Place) – India
2018 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Schedule & Results
Live stream starting on 3 March (Saturday) at 08:00GMT.
- 1. Australia
- 2. England
- 3. Argentina
- 4. Malaysia
- 5. India
- 6. Ireland
Current Pool Standing
(Updated: 9th March 2018)
Updated official pool standings from Asia Hockey here.
Asia Hockey Resources
Official Event Page Here.
Full Schedule Here.
International Hockey Federation (FIH) Resources
Official YouTube Channel Here.
Official Broadcast News Here.
Programme Page Here.
Watch 2018 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup Live Online With Our VPN
Broadcasting rights for this particular tournament is quite limited, but FIH has announced that we can watch the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup using HotStar (India) or YouTube! However, if you’re not currently in India or the unrestricted country for the YouTube stream, then you’ll need to connect to our VPN first before attempting to stream.
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Stream the 2018 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup on HotStar for Free
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2) Search for the live stream and start watching the tournament!
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