Field hockey is one of the oldest in team games. Discovered in the VI century. Games like grass hockey, Chakunoba and Chorola have been played in Georgia since time immemorial. In its modern form it developed in the second half of the nineteenth century. It was during this period (1861) that the first club in England was formed. The London Field Hockey Association was founded in 1971 and published the first rules of grass hockey in 1875. By the end of the 19th century, grass hockey had spread beyond the borders of Great Britain and slowly spread to Europe. Soon grass hockey penetrated all the other continents. Became especially popular in the Asian dominions of Old England. The Georgian folk species "Chakun" was played in Georgia in the 8th and 9th centuries in both western and eastern Georgia, and was especially popular in Guria, where both men and women participated in the game. The name Chakuni was the name of a bent stick which also became the name of the game. To play the hammer, the ball was made of beef fur, soaked in warm water and spun (rotated) in the hand until it was the required size and shape, and then dried in the sun, resulting in a well-stretched ball. Shots. There are reports that a wooden ball was rarely used during the game. While playing on a trial field with a length of 200 to 500 meters and a number of 20 to 40 participants. Neither the time of the game nor the number of balls scored was limited, the game continued until the players voluntarily stopped playing.