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Field Hockey at the Olympic Games

4. 1908, Oct 29-31 London GBR
1912 not on program
1916, May 29 - Jun 03 Berlin GER (planned)
7. 1920, Sep 01-05 Antwerpen BEL
1924 not on program
9. 1928, May 17-26 Amsterdam NED
10. 1932, Aug 04-11 Los Angeles
11. 1936, Aug 07-14 Berlin GER
14. 1948, Jul 30 - Aug 13 London GBR
15. 1952, Jul 13 - Aug 02 Helsinki FIN
16. 1956, Nov 22 - Dec 01 Melbourne AUS
17. 1960, Aug 26 - Sep 10 Roma ITA
18. 1964, Oct 11-23 Tokyo JPN
19. 1968, Oct 13-25 Ciudad de México MEX
20. 1972, Aug 27 - Sep 09 München FRG
21. 1976, Jul 18-27 Montreal CAN
22. 1980, Jul 20-30 Moskva URS
23. 1984, Jul 29 - Aug 10 Los Angeles USA
24. 1988, Sep 17-30 Seoul KOR
25. 1992, Jul 26 - Aug 08 Barcelona ESP
26. 1996, Jul 20 - Aug 02 Atlanta USA
27. 2000, Sep 17 - Oct 01 Sydney AUS
28. 2004, Aug 15-28 Athína GRE
29. 2008, Aug 10-24 Beijing CHN
30. 2012, Jul 29 - Aug 12 London GBR
31. 2016, Aug 06-21 Rio de Janeiro BRA

Men

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1908 ENG 8:1 IRL ---
1920 GBR --- DEN BEL
1928 IND 3:0 NED GER
1932 IND --- JPN USA
1936 IND 8:1 GER NED
1948 IND 4:0 GBR NED
1952 IND 6:1 NED GBR
1956 IND 1:0 PAK GER
1960 PAK 1:0 IND ESP
1964 IND 1:0 PAK AUS
1968 PAK 2:1 AUS IND
1972 FRG 1:0 PAK IND
1976 NZL 1:0 AUS PAK
1980 IND 4:3 ESP URS
1984 PAK 2:1aet FRG GBR
1988 GBR 3:1 FRG NED
1992 GER 2:1 AUS PAK
1996 NED 3:1 ESP AUS
2000 NED 3:3aet 5:4p KOR AUS
2004 AUS 2:1aet NED GER
2008 GER 1:0 ESP AUS
2012 GER 2:1 NED AUS
2016 ARG 4:2 BEL GER

Women

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1980 ZIM --- TCH URS
1984 NED --- FRG USA
1988 AUS 2:0 KOR NED
1992 ESP 2:1aet GER GBR
1996 AUS 3:1 KOR NED
2000 AUS 3:1 ARG NED
2004 GER 2:1 NED ARG
2008 NED 2:0 CHN ARG
2012 NED 2:0 ARG GBR
2016 GBR 3:3 2:0p NED GER


Field Hockey at the Youth Olympic Games

1. 2010, Aug 14-26 Singapore SIN
2. 2014, Aug 18-26 Nanjing CHN

2014: It was used the Hockey 5s format.

Boys

Gold Final Silver Bronze
2010 AUS 2:1 PAK BEL
2014 AUS 3:3 CAN ESP

Girls

Gold Final Silver Bronze
2010 NED 2:1aet ARG NZL
2014 CHN 5:5 3:2p NED ARG


Men′s World Cup

Venue Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1968-1970 home & away BEL --- TCH FRA
1971, Oct 15-24 Barcelona ESP PAK 1:0 ESP IND
1973, Aug 24 - Sep 02 Amstelveen NED NED 2:2aet 4:2p IND FRG
1975, Mar 01-15 Kuala Lumpur MAS IND 2:1 PAK FRG
1978, Mar 18 - Apr 02 Buenos Aires ARG PAK 3:2 NED AUS
1981, Dec 29 - 1982, Jan 12 Mumbai IND PAK 3:1 FRG AUS
1986, Oct 04-19 London ENG AUS 2:1 ENG FRG
1990, Feb 12-23 Lahore PAK NED 3:1 PAK AUS
1994, Nov 23 - Dec 04 Sydney AUS PAK 1:1aet 4:3p NED AUS
1998, May 21 - Jun 01 Utrecht NED NED 3:2aet ESP GER
2002, Feb 24 - Mar 05 Kuala Lumpur MAS GER 2:1 AUS NED
2006, Sep 06-17 Mönchengladbach GER GER 4:3 AUS ESP
2010, Feb 28 - Mar 13 New Delhi IND AUS 2:1 GER NED
2014, May 31 - Jun 15 Den Haag NED AUS 6:1 NED ARG

1968-70: On this unofficial World Cup only four nations participated (BEL, ESP, FRA and TCH).

Men′s Junior World Cup (U21)

Venue Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1979, Aug 24 - Sep 01 Versailles FRA PAK 2:0 FRG NED
1982, Aug 14-28 Kuala Lumpur MAS FRG 4:1 AUS PAK
1985, Aug 12-24 Vancouver CAN FRG 4:1 NED PAK
1989, Aug 08-19 Ipoh MAS FRG 1:1aet 4:2p AUS PAK
1993, Sep 08-19 Terrassa ESP GER 3:1 PAK AUS
1997, Sep 17-28 Milton Keynes ENG AUS 3:2 IND GER
2001, Oct 09-21 Hobart AUS IND 6:1 ARG GER
2005, Jun 29 - Jul 10 Rotterdam NED ARG 2:1 AUS ESP
2009, Jun 07-21 Johor Baharu MAS GER 3:1 NED AUS
2013, Dec 06-15 New Delhi IND GER 5:2 FRA NED
2016, Dec 08-18 Lucknow IND IND 2:1 BEL GER


Champions Trophy - Men

The Champions Trophy features the world's top-ranked teams. The format includes six to eight teams. Since 2001 the last placed team in the tournament is replaced by the winner of the Champions Challenge, the tournament for the lower ranked teams.

Venue Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1978, Nov 17-24 Lahore PAK PAK --- AUS GBR
1979 not played
1980, Jan 03-11 Karachi PAK PAK --- FRG AUS
1981, Jan 09-16 Karachi PAK NED --- AUS FRG
1982, Jun 06-13 Amstelveen NED NED --- AUS IND
1983, Oct 28 - Nov 04 Karachi PAK AUS --- PAK FRG
1984, Dec 07-15 Karachi PAK AUS --- PAK GBR
1985, Nov 16-24 Perth AUS AUS --- GBR FRG
1986, Apr 04-11 Karachi PAK FRG --- AUS PAK
1987, Jun 19-28 Amstelveen NED FRG --- NED AUS
1988, Mar 25 - Apr 01 Lahore PAK FRG --- PAK AUS
1989, Jun 10-18 Berlin FRG AUS --- NED FRG
1990, Nov 17-25 Melbourne AUS AUS --- NED GER
1991, Sep 13-22 Berlin GER GER --- PAK NED
1992, Feb 20-28 Karachi PAK GER 4:0 AUS PAK
1993, Jul 03-11 Kuala Lumpur MAS AUS 4:0 GER NED
1994, Mar 17-25 Lahore PAK PAK 2:2aet 7:6p GER NED
1995, Sep 23 - Oct 01 Berlin GER GER 2:2aet 4:2p AUS PAK
1996, Dec 07-15 Madras IND NED 3:2 PAK GER
1997, Oct 11-19 Adelaide AUS GER 3:2aet AUS ESP
1998, Oct 31 - Nov 08 Lahore PAK NED 3:1 PAK AUS
1999, Jun 10-20 Brisbane AUS AUS 3:1 KOR NED
2000, May 27 - Jun 04 Amstelveen NED NED 2:1aet GER KOR
2001, Nov 03-11 Rotterdam NED GER 2:1 AUS NED
2002, Aug 31 - Sep 08 Köln GER NED 0:0aet 3:2p GER PAK
2003, Aug 16-24 Amstelveen NED NED 4:2 AUS PAK
2004, Dec 04-12 Lahore PAK ESP 4:2 NED PAK
2005, Dec 10-18 Chennai IND AUS 3:1 NED ESP
2006, Jul 22-30 Terrassa ESP NED 2:1 GER ESP
2007, Nov 29 - Dec 09 Kuala Lumpur MAS GER 1:0 AUS NED
2008, Jun 21-29 Rotterdam NED AUS 4:1 ESP ARG
2009, Nov 28 - Dec 06 Melbourne AUS AUS 5:3 GER KOR
2010, Jul 31 - Aug 08 Mönchengladbach GER AUS 4:0 ENG NED
2011, Dec 03-11 Auckland NZL AUS 1:0 ESP NED
2012, Dec 01-09 Melbourne AUS AUS 2:1aet NED PAK
2014, Dec 13-21 Bhubaneswar IND GER 2:0 PAK AUS
2016, Jun 10-17 London GBR AUS 0:0 3:1p IND GER

2005: Chennai - until 1996 Madras

World League - Men

The tournament has four rounds of competition held over two years. Teams ranked 1-8 in the world ranking receive a bye to the semifinals and teams ranked 9-16 receive a bye to round two. The World League also serves as qualifier for the World Cup and the Olympic Games.

Venue Champions Final Runners-up Third place
2014, Jan 10 - 18 New Delhi IND NED 7:2 NZL ENG
2015, Nov 28 - Dec 06 Raipur IND AUS 2:1 BEL IND
2017, Dec 01 - 10 Bhubaneswar IND AUS 2:1 ARG IND


IFWHA World Cup (defunct)

The IFWHA held usually every three years IFWHA Conferences. These tournaments did not have a competitive character. However, sometimes a placement has been determined yet. 1971 - 1979 the IFWHA organized official World Cups.

Venue Champions Final Runners-up Third place
IFWHA Conference
1930, Jul 04-08 Genève SUI ENG 4:0 Int ---
1933, Sep 05-10 København DEN ---
--- ---
1936, Oct 20 - Nov 01 Philadelphia USA ENG --- USA RSA
1939, Oct 12-23 Bournemouth ENG canceled due to the World War II
1948, May 09-16 Amsterdam NED ENG 1:0 NED SCO
1950, Jun 29 - Jul 12 Johannesburg RSA



1953, Sep 28 - Oct 10 Folkestone ENG ---
--- ---
1956, May 20 - Jun 02 Sydney AUS ---
--- ---
1959, Apr 23 - May 07 Amsterdam NED ENG --- AUS RSA
1963, Sep 07-18 Townson USA ---
--- ---
1967, Sep 13-28 Leverkusen FRG ---
--- ---
IFWHA World Cup
1971, Aug 21 - Sep 01 Auckland NZL NED --- FRG AUS
1975, Aug 30 - Sep 10 Edinburgh SCO ENG 2:0 WAL NZL
1979, Aug 18-30 Vancouver CAN NED 4:1 FRG USA

1930: Only one game England versus an international combination with players from GER, IRL, SCO, SUI took place.

Women′s World Cup

Prior to the merger of IFWHA and FIH the tournaments in 1981 and 1983 were organized together.

Venue Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1972, Apr 24 - May 01 Barcelona ESP NED 2:1 ARG FRG
1974, Mar 17-24 Mandelieu-la-Napoule FRA NED 1:0aet ARG FRG
1976, May 22-30 Berlin FRG FRG 2:0 ARG NED
1978, Sep 16-24 Madrid ESP NED 1:0 FRG ARG
BEL
1981, Mar 27 - Apr 05 Buenos Aires ARG FRG 1:1aet 3:1p NED URS
1983, Apr 16-23 Kuala Lumpur MAS NED 4:2 CAN AUS
1986, Aug 15-24 Amstelveen NED NED 3:0 FRG CAN
1990, May 02-13 Sydney AUS NED 3:1 AUS KOR
1994, Jul 13-24 Dublin IRL AUS 2:1 ARG USA
1998, May 20-31 Utrecht NED AUS 3:2 NED GER
2002, Nov 24 - Dec 08 Perth AUS ARG 1:1aet 4:3p NED CHN
2006, Sep 27 - Oct 08 Madrid ESP NED 3:1 AUS ARG
2010, Aug 29 - Sep 11 Rosario ARG ARG 3:1 NED ENG
2014, May 31 - Jun 15 Den Haag NED NED 2:0 AUS ARG

1972: Josselin de Jong Cup

Women′s Junior World Cup (U21)

Venue Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1989, Jul 19-30 Ottawa CAN FRG 2:0 KOR URS
1993, Sep 07-18 Terrassa ESP ARG 2:1 AUS GER
1997, Sep 02-13 Seongnam KOR NED 2:0 AUS ARG
2001, May 14-26 Buenos Aires ARG KOR 2:2aet 4:3p ARG AUS
2005, Sep 14-25 Santiago CHI KOR 1:0 GER NED
2009, Aug 03-16 Boston USA NED 3:0 ARG KOR
2013, Jul 27 - Aug 04 Mönchengladbach GER NED 1:1 4:2p ARG IND
2016, Nov 24 - Dec 04 Santiago CHI ARG 4:2 NED AUS


Champions Trophy - Women

The Champions Trophy features the world's top-ranked teams. The format includes six to eight teams. Since 2001 the last placed team in the tournament is replaced by the winner of the Champions Challenge, the tournament for the lower ranked teams.

Venue Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1987, Jun 21-27 Amstelveen NED NED --- AUS KOR
1989, Sep 03-10 Frankfurt FRG KOR --- AUS FRG
1991, Sep 14-21 Berlin GER AUS --- GER NED
1993, Aug 22-29 Amstelveen NED AUS 1:1aet 4:2p NED GER
1995, Sep 09-17 Mar del Plata ARG AUS 1:1aet 4:3p KOR USA
1997, Jun 01-08 Berlin GER AUS 2:1aet GER NED
1999, Jun 10-19 Brisbane AUS AUS 3:2 NED GER
2000, May 26 - Jun 03 Amstelveen NED NED 3:2 GER AUS
2001, Aug 18-26 Amstelveen NED ARG 3:2 NED AUS
2002, Aug 24 - Sep 01 Macau MAC CHN 2:2aet 3:1p ARG NED
2003, Nov 29 - Dec 07 Sydney AUS AUS 3:2 CHN NED
2004, Nov 06-14 Rosario ARG NED 2:0 GER ARG
2005, Nov 26 - Dec 04 Canberra AUS NED 0:0aet 5:4p AUS CHN
2006, Jul 08-16 Amstelveen NED GER 3:2 CHN NED
2007, Jan 13-21 Quilmes ARG NED 1:0 ARG GER
2008, May 17-25 Mönchengladbach GER ARG 6:2 GER NED
2009, Jul 11-19 Sydney AUS ARG 0:0aet 4:3p AUS NED
2010, Jul 10-18 Nottingham ENG ARG 4:2 NED ENG
2011, Jun 25 - Jul 03 Amstelveen NED NED 3:3aet 3:2p ARG NZL
2012, Jan 28 - Feb 05 Rosario ARG ARG 1:0 GBR NED
2014, Nov 29 - Dec 07 Mendoza ARG ARG 1:1 3:1p AUS NED
2016, Jun 18-26 London GBR ARG 2:1 NED USA


World League - Women

The tournament has four rounds of competition held over two years. Teams ranked 1-8 in the world ranking receive a bye to the semifinals and teams ranked 9-16 receive a bye to round two. The World League also serves as qualifier for the World Cup and the Olympic Games.

Venue Champions Final Runners-up Third place
2013, Nov 30 - Dec 08 San Miguel de Tucumán ARG NED 5:1 AUS ENG
2015, Dec 05-13 Rosario ARG ARG 5:1 NZL GER
2017, Nov 17-26 Auckland NZL NED 3:0 NZL KOR


Indoor World Cup

1. 2003, Feb 05-09 Leipzig GER
2. 2007, Feb 14-18 Wien AUT
3. 2011, Feb 08-13 Poznań POL
4. 2015, Feb 04-08 Leipzig GER
5. 2018, Feb 07-11 Berlin GER

Men

Champions Final Runners-up Third place
2003 GER 7:1 POL FRA
2007 GER 4:1 POL ESP
2011 GER 3:2aet POL AUT
2015 NED 3:2 AUT GER
2018 AUT 3:3 3:2p GER IRI

Women

Champions Final Runners-up Third place
2003 GER 5:2 NED FRA
2007 NED 4:2 ESP GER
2011 GER 4:2 NED UKR
2015 NED 1:1 1:0p GER CZE
2018 GER 2:1 NED BLR


Indoor Hockey at the World Games (defunct)

The World Games are organized by the International World Games Association (IWGA , founded in 1981) every 4 years. Thus, an International Sports Federation (IF) can become a member of the IWGA, it must satisfy two essential conditions:
The IF must be a member of GAISF (the umbrella organisation for all (Olympic and non-Olympic) international sports federations), and their sport does not belong to the current Olympic program.
Since 1989 the World Games are under the special patronage of the IOC.
Indoor Hockey was only played once at the World Games 2005, Jul 22-24 in Duisburg GER.

Gold Final Silver Bronze
Men GER 5:2 SUI CZE
Women GER 10:2 BLR CZE



Last modified: 05.07.2018