World League 2

2017 Gryphon Women's Hockey World League Round 2


West Vancouver Field Hockey Club is excited to host the 2017 Gryphon Women's Hockey World League Round 2 tournament from 1-9 April 2017.  

The tournament features 7 teams including Canada, India, Mexico, Chile, Trinidad & Tobago, Uruguay and Belarus.  The top two finishers in West Vancouver will move on to one of two Hockey World League Semi-Final event where qualification spots are up for grabs for the 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup in London, England.  For more information about the tournament and to purchase tickets, click here.

What does World League 2 mean for WVFHC?


WVFHC was approached by Field Hockey Canada to host World League 2 following our successful role in hosting the Men's US-Canada Series last summer.  To be invited to host this prestigious tournament is a testimony to our wonderful membership and to the passion for field hockey on the north shore.

WVFHC is working hard to enable our members to benefit from this unparalleled opportunity to see international-level field hockey in our own backyard. These include:

•  volunteer roles to help host and learn from this event
•  access to ticket sales
•  unique opportunities for our Spring League players to be ball kids and team kids at the games

If you have a question or idea for getting involved, please contact
photo credit Field Hockey Canada

Volunteer Opportunities


Thank you for your interest in volunteering for World League 2!  

We have a number of ways to get involved depending on your interest and availability.  Follow these 3 steps below to sign up.

Step 1:

Click here to read the volunteer job descriptions and requirements.

Step 2: 

Please carefully read the details below:

  • On the registration form you will be able to indicate which roles you are interested in.  However please note that we reserve the right to allocate you where we feel your skills are best suited.  In addition you may be asked to perform additional / other roles on-site during the event. Your willingness to be flexible is vital for a successful tournament. 
  • Volunteer shifts will typically be a minimum of 4-5 hours. Priority will be given to those volunteers who can commit to multiple days/times.
  • All volunteers will be provided with an event t-shirt, rain poncho and refreshments during their shift.
  • We will have a volunteer orientation at Rutledge on 31 March in late afternoon/evening - please mark this in your calendar. More details to be sent later.
  • All volunteers must be age 15 or over.  There will be a separate selection program for ball kids and team kids: Spring League members will receive an email about this separately.
Step 3:

Please click here to complete the Volunteer Registration form.

What happens next?
Once you have submitted your form, our Volunteer Coordinator will be in touch within a few weeks to confirm your role.  If you have any questions please contact