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National Indoor Tournament: Live Stream, Video Package Information

Feb. 10, 2021, 2:45 p.m. (ET)

LANCASTER, Pa. & RICHMOND, Va. – The 2021 National Indoor Tournament (NIT), presented by YOLO Sportswear, is almost here! As teams prepare to travel this February to either Spooky Nook Sports in Lancaster, Pa. or the Greater Richmond Convention Center in Richmond, Va. USA Field Hockey is pleased to share that one court at each venue of the U-14 Girls, U-16 Girls and U-19 Girls weekends will be live streamed free, courtesy of Touchline Video.

Free Live Stream on One Court Per Venue
One court at each venue of the U-14 Girls, U-16 Girls and U-19 Girls NIT weekends will be live streamed for free on USA Field Hockey’s website. Fans and family members can view the free live stream under the Live Stream section of the NIT Event Program by clicking here.
 
The free live stream at Spooky Nook Sports and the Greater Richmond Convention Center both will take place on Court 3.

Touchline Video Highlight Video Packages
No more messing with your camera, batteries or tripods, or lugging them from the hotel to car to the court and back again. Touchline Video provides game, highlight and recruiting video packages available for purchase prior to the start of the NIT for the U-14 Girls, U-16 Girls and U-19 Girls events. There are options to purchase everything from a single game, all the way through to a full team highlight package that includes basic highlights for each member on the team. Take advantage of these professionally recorded and edited deals. Click here to find out more.

For anyone who purchases a U-19 Girls package before Thursday, February 25 at 8:00 p.m. ET, Touchline Video will be offering an exclusive free add-on giving those individuals access to the live stream of all the courts during the event weekend.

USA Field Hockey is always looking for ways to provide members, their families and fans with opportunities to watch events in action. This live stream coverage bridges the gap for those unable to attend due to spectator limitations, while exposing the sport for all to enjoy.