This award by FIH is an accolade for the most promising and phenomenal young male and female player of the year aged 23 and under.
This is an honor given to the best male and female coach in the sport of field hockey.
This award is given annually to one male and one female umpire who has made a great contribution to field hockey umpiring throughout the year.
This trophy is given in the memory of "Pablo Negre," a renowned leader in the sport of hockey, to a National Association who has by its activities and initiatives made the sport popular during past two years.
This trophy is awarded in the memory of Mr. Rene G. Frank who was the FIH Secretary General (1950-1966) and President (1966-1983). It is presented to a team (men, women, junior, senior) or an individual who has shown the greatest spirit of sportsmanship in past two to four years.
FIH presents this award in every two years in the memory of "Guust Lathouwers", recognizing his contribution in the field of umpiring. It is awarded to an individual for his ace services given in the development and promotion of umpiring.
This award is named in the honor of Theo Ykema (former member of the Executive board) and is bestowed to a national association that has developed new initiatives, increased hockey activities, increased participation in tournaments & events and increased in the number of members like qualified officials and players.
This award is named after Etienne Glichitch, the Honorary Secretary of the FIH from 1966 until 1984 and is presented to an individual, Continental Federation or National Association who has made a significant contribution to the development and growth of hockey at local, national, continental or international level.
This award is given in honor of late HRH Sultan Azlan Shah (former King of Malaysia) to a person who has made an extraordinary contribution to hockey and served as an inspirational role model both in and outside of hockey.
FIH presents the Golden Whistle Award to the International umpires after the completion of their 100th official senior international match.
These awards are presented as a special honor to the individuals who have served on the council for minimum ten years or to non FIH members for their outstanding contribution to the sport of hockey.
FIH bestows this award to an individual, whether member or non-member of FIH for their continuous contribution over an extended period, for the positive development of hockey as a sport.
This is awarded to members or ex-members of FIH for their commitment and contribution which have helped develop hockey as a sport. It is awarded for the contribution made over a shorter period of time. Maximum six awards are given under this category during each two-year period.
FIH bestows the President's award to non-members of FIH for their valuable services in hockey and for the enrichment of the sport at international level.