James Tindall

James Tindall


  • Event Mens Hockey
  • Date of Birth 04/22/1983
  • Born Virginia Water, Surrey


Since making his debut against the Netherlands in 2005, Tindall has collected 64 caps for England and nearly 30 for Great Britain. Tindall was a member of the GB squad in Chile who secured qualification for the Olympics, scoring five goals along the way. He was also recently on target in the one all draw with Spain in Terrassa. In 2006 James played at the World Cup and Commonwealth Games and was named the Hockey Writers Club Player of the Year. Position: Forward Country: England Goals: GB – 7 Date of Birth 22 April 1983 Place of Birth Redhill, Surrey Current Club Surbiton Former Clubs Old Georgians Current Caps England - 64, GB - 28 Shirt No 20 Education Details - Occupation Property Developer Why Hockey? - Senior International Debut v Netherlands, January 2005 International Honours Gold: 2008 Olympic Qualifying Tournament (Santiago, Chile) Domestic Honours - Hobbies Football Nickname Tinds Favourite Other Hockey Player Adam Lewis Biggest Influence on Playing Career Old Georgians Hero / Idol John Terry Major Injuries None Superstitions - Favourite Book The Chelsea Programme! Favourite Film Too Fast Too Furious Favourite Food Fajitas Famous Relatives - Major Awards UK Hockey Writers Club Player of the Year 2006 Ambitions - Both During & After Playing Career - Most Memorable Achievement Securing qualification for the 2008 Olympic Games by defeating India 2-0 in the final in Santiago, Chile in March 2008.

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