Paul Revington took charge of England and Great Britain’s men’s hockey team in April 2022 – he had previously served as the Technical Director of Malaysia Hockey. He replaced Danny Kerry who had stepped down in January after being part of the England and Great Britain international setup since 2005.
Revington has previously been head coach of the Great Britain women’s Elite Development Programme, assistant coach of the England and Great Britain senior women’s teams and is a former FIH World Coach of the Year.
|Biggest Win as England/Great Britain Coach||Won 11-2 against Canada in the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games|
|Biggest Defeat as England/Great Britain Coach||Lost to Australia 2-3 in the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games|
|Last Encounter||Lost to Germany 3-4 (2-2) at the 2023 World Cup at Bhubaneshwar|
Stats Updated Till February 1, 2023
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