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Prince William Plays British Hockey During His Visit At The Donald Dewar Leisure Centre!

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How cool is this???

Prince William and Kate Middleton spent some time at the Donald Dewar Leisure Centre in Glasgow earlier today, and because they were at a recreation center, the Duke decided to play England's version of hockey.

Unlike ice hockey, the sport is actually played on a field using wooden sticks and a ball that is very similar to a golf ball.

But if you're serious about playing British hockey, you wouldn't wear a suit and dress shoes like the Prince did because you can end up catching a hockey ball to the shin and the game would soon be over! LOLz

Ch-ch-check out the Duke getting his hockey on (above)!!

[Image via Andrew Parsons/i-Images/Pacific Coast News.]

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16 comments to “Prince William Plays British Hockey During His Visit At The Donald Dewar Leisure Centre!”

  1. 1

    He's really losing alot of hair and so quickly.

  2. Amelia Cambias says – reply to this


    This is called field hockey. We play it in Canada too.

  3. Sheila says – reply to this


    Perez…it's called field hockey. And it's a pretty common sport here in the U.S. as well….seriously? British Hockey?

  4. dddff says – reply to this


    Hey stupid. It is called field hockey and it is also played in most American High Schools. There is no such thing as British Hockey. You are one stupid dude.

  5. maggie says – reply to this


    British Hockey??? hahahahahahahaha…..you need to get out more. It's called FIELD HOCKEY and it's quite popular here in Canada and in the U.S.

  6. lala says – reply to this


    Kinda gives it away when the the non grass version is called ICE Hockey, god do you do any research? Wouldnt of taken you 10 seconds

  7. 7

    holy flying F how stupid can you look FIELD HOCKEY! holy…ignorant ignorant stupid why post such moronic things…do you listen to yourself.

  8. Jess says – reply to this


    Are you really that not interested in doing some actual research and putting more shit on the internet that is stupid? Really, this is field hockey and it is played here in the good ole Us of A.

  9. 9

    Asssssssssss long as I've got my shirt and tie ………..

  10. 10

    It's called field Hockey. A lot of colleges here in the US have teams, we have a national team, and I personally played it for 6 years in high school and middle school.

  11. 11

    It is called FIELD hockey not british hockey many countries play it

  12. rara says – reply to this


    Actually field hockey is an Olympic sport played all over the world, not just in Britian. The British aren't actually that good at it compared to Australia, India, Pakistan, Germany and Holland.

  13. @v@ says – reply to this


    They have ice hockey in Britain as well, so it's not 'British' hockey. It's field hockey.

  14. @v@ says – reply to this


    Re: rara – Argentina took first in the women's world cup over the Netherlands in 2010, and England took second over Germany. In men's, Australia defeated Germany for 1st and second, and the Netherlands took England 4-3 for third. So England
    played in the finals in both. Spain, Korea and Germany always do well; Pakistan used to sometimes placel twenty years ago.

  15. 15

    And while he is playing FIELD HOCKEY, he is in Glasgow….thats Scotland…so that has nothing to do with England. This is plain ignorant….

  16. Jess Hawthorn says – reply to this


    OMG haha it's not just annoying that you have called it British Hockey because it's not but it makes me cringe always reading the words 'british', 'britain' etc- you mean English! Unless you are referring to something that is equally Scottish / Welsh/ Irish and English stop usin the word Britain and British! Even we don't say it.. I have never said I am British - I am English or from the UK. It is just a word that we don't use and it is so weird to me - likewise if you're going to Paris, don't say you're going to Europe - you're going to France!!! I have even seen on American TV show a character landing in an airport that says ' welcome to Britain ' hahahah where is this Britain place!!!