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FH500 Dimpled Field Hockey Ball - White
  • FH500 Dimpled Field Hockey Ball - White
  • FH500 Dimpled Field Hockey Ball - White
FH500 Dimpled Field Hockey Ball - White



FH500 Dimpled Field Hockey Ball - White

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  • FH500 Dimpled Field Hockey Ball - White
  • FH500 Dimpled Field Hockey Ball - White
FH500 Dimpled Field Hockey Ball - White
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Designed for field hockey training and matches on wet pitches


Ball touch

Hollow PVC ball. Soft.


Dimpled playing surface ensures good trajectories on wet turf


Detailed description

Rotomoulded PVC. Hollow. Dimpled surface for stable trajectories on wet turf.

Weight and diameter

Weight: 160 g; Diameter: 74,8 mm

Approved by our athletes

Laura Nunnink (current member of the Dutch national team, European champion in 2017, 2019 and 2021, world champion in 2022, silver medallist at the Rio Olympics, gold medallist at Tokyo 2020, currently playing for HC Den Bosch (Netherlands)); Jill Boon (former captain of the Belgian national team with 302 caps, Olympian (London 2012), currently playing for the Royal Racing Club de Bruxelles (Belgium)); Berta Bonastre (former member of the Spanish national team; bronze medallist at the 2018 World Cup and 2019 European championship,

Approved by our athletes (continued)

captain of Oranje-Rood (Netherlands)); Terrance Pieters (member of the Dutch national team currently playing for Kampong (Netherlands)); Victor Charlet (captain of the French team, currently playing for Waterloo Ducks (Belgium), 2018 and 2023 World Cup player); and Mattéo Desgouillons (member of the French team, currently playing for La Gantoise (Belgium), 2023 World Cup player).

Standard FIH weight and diameter

According to the FIH rules, field hockey balls must have a diameter between 71.3 and 74.8 mm and a weight between 156 g and 163 g. For kids who are just starting hockey, you can get "mini" balls which are standard-sized but lighter. There are also "street" balls, which are smaller and lighter and designed for playing in the garden/road/etc.

What's on the inside of your hockey ball?

A hockey ball is made of solid or hollow plastic. Elite level balls have a cork or rubber core. Depending on the composition of the plastic and the core, a ball will have a different feeling of hardness and different levels of bounce. The surface of the ball is either smooth or dimpled.

Which ball for which pitch?

A smooth ball is suited to sand-based pitches. A dimpled ball is suited to wet turf because it will provide better traction on the surface and stick in a damp environment.

Training or match ball?

Compared with training balls, match balls have better feel, trajectory and speed.


This ball has been co-designed by our product development team composed of passionate hockey players (product managers, designers, engineers, garment designers, stylists, prototype and laboratory technicians, and athletes such as Jill Boon, Berta Bonastre, Laura Nunnink, Manuela Urroz, Thomas Briels, Victor Wegnez, Terrance Pieters, Victor Charlet and Mattéo Desgouillons)


The information here was provided by the manufacturer or observed by our teams from samples received from the manufacturer.



Tips for storage and maintenance


Test product

Our balls are tested in the lab and in the field by our panel of testers under real playing conditions.


2 Years

Agree by

Jill Boon (Belgium), Lucie Breyne (Belgium), Tiphaine Duquesne (Belgium), Judith Vandermeiren (Belgium), Berta Bonastre (Spain), Manuela Urroz (Chile), Laura Nunnink (Netherlands), Esme Burge (England), Thomas Briels (Belgium), Victor Wegnez (Belgium), Terrance Pieters (Netherlands), Victor Charlet (France) and Mattéo Desgouillons (France)