NEW DELHI (Agencies) - Still reeling from the Champions Trophy shock, India could also lose next years Olympic qualifiers if a single national federation was not put in place before the event, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) warned on Tuesday. India lost the hosting rights of the Champions Trophy, which was initially allotted to the country, to New Zealand on Tuesday after failing to resolve the prolong power struggle between Hockey India and Indian Hockey Federation. Its impossible for India to get back the hosting rights of Champions Trophy. New Zealand will host it and it is our final decision, FIH president Leandro Negre said. India is important to us but FIH is committed towards having only one national federation in our member nations as per our constitution and IOC charter, he said. But FIH chief executive officer Kelly Fairweather seemed optimistic about India hosting the London Olympic qualifiers next February but warned that it could also face Champions Trophys fate if the two warring factions - HI and IHF - fail to break their impasse. Today we had a series of meeting with sports minister (Ajay Maken), ministry officials, Hockey India among others. All the meetings were positive but we made it clear that what FIH wants is a single body for hockey in the country, Fairweather said. Asked about the Olympic qualifiers, he said, It has still some time and we hope to find out a resolution before that. Fairweather said discussions about allotting the Champions Trophy back to India was never on the agenda of todays meetings. For us it was a surprise to see that people were still hopeful of getting backing the Champions Trophy because we have already made it clear earlier this month that the tournament has been shifted out of India and we will name a replacement venue in a weeks time, he said. A few days back New Zealand was selected as the alternate venue but we did not announce it because of the Rugby World Cup, which was to start there, the FIH CEO added. The Champions Trophy has already been allotted to New Zealand and it is now a closed chapter. But I asked FIH president Leandro Negre why only four hours before the meeting they announced the name of the alternate venue. We never expected the Champions Trophy to come back but at least we expected them to take a decision after consultation with us. Maken said the government has no intention to run any sport federation and it was just acting as a facilitator to help HI and IHF bury their differences and unite for the betterment of the national game. Our intention is clear, we want all warring factions to come together and unite and ensure that hockey regain its past glory in India. So, whatever we are doing is in the interest of India hockey, he said. The initiative has to come from the four parties - HI, IHF, FIH and Indian Olympic Association, he said. The sports minister was also hopeful of a solution to the problem before the Olympic qualifiers.