Field hockey at the 1948 Summer Olympics

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Final results for the field hockey competition at the 1948 Summer Olympics:

Only a men's competition occurred that year.

Field Hockey

Medal summary[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
 India (IND)
Leslie Claudius
Keshav Dutt
Walter D'Souza
Lawrie Fernandes
Ranganathan Francis
Gerry Glackan
Akhtar Hussain
Patrick Jansen
Amir Kumar
Kishan Lal
Leo Pinto
Jaswant Singh Rajput
Latif-ur-Rehman
Reginald Rodrigues
Balbir Singh Sr.
Randhir Singh Gentle
Grahanandan Singh
K. D. Singh
Trilochan Singh
Maxie Vaz
 Great Britain (GBR)
Robert Adlard
Norman Borrett
David Brodie
Ronald Davis
William Griffiths
Frederick Lindsay
William Lindsay
John Peake
Frank Reynolds
George Sime(c)
Michael Walford
William White
 Netherlands (NED)
André Boerstra
Henk Bouwman
Piet Bromberg
Harry Derckx
Han Drijver
Dick Esser
Roepie Kruize
Jenne Langhout
Dick Loggere
Ton Richter
Eddy Tiel
Wim van Heel

Note: The International Olympic Committee medal database shows also only these players as medalists. They all played at least one match during the tournament. The reserve players are not listed as medalists.

Results[edit]

The first of each group and also the second of Group C qualified for the Semi-finals.

Group A[edit]

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts India Argentina Austria Spain
1.  India (IND) 3 3 0 0 19 1 6 X 9:1 8:0 2:0
2.  Argentina (ARG) 3 1 1 1 5 12 3 1:9 X 1:1 3:2
3.  Austria (AUT) 3 0 2 1 2 10 2 0:8 1:1 X 1:1
4.  Spain (ESP) 3 0 1 2 3 6 1 0:2 2:3 1:1 X

Group B[edit]

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts United Kingdom Switzerland Afghanistan United States
1.  Great Britain (GBR) 3 2 1 0 19 0 5 X 0:0 8:0 11:0
2.  Switzerland (SUI) 3 1 2 0 4 2 4 0:0 X 1:1 3:1
3.  Afghanistan (AFG) 3 1 1 1 3 9 3 0:8 1:1 X 2:0
4.  United States (USA) 3 0 0 3 1 16 0 0:11 1:3 0:2 X

Group C[edit]

Rank Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts Pakistan Netherlands Belgium France Denmark
1.  Pakistan (PAK) 4 4 0 0 20 3 8 X 6:1 2:1 3:1 9:0
2.  Netherlands (NED) 4 3 0 1 11 8 6 1:6 X 4:1 2:0 4:1
3.  Belgium (BEL) 4 2 0 2 6 8 4 1:2 1:4 X 2:1 2:1
4.  France (FRA) 4 0 1 3 4 9 1 1:3 0:2 1:2 X 2:2
5.  Denmark (DEN) 4 0 1 3 4 17 1 0:9 1:4 1:2 2:2 X

Semi-finals[edit]

 Great Britain (GBR) 2 – 0  Pakistan (PAK)
 India (IND) 2 – 1  Netherlands (NED)

Bronze medal match[edit]

 Netherlands (NED) 1 – 1  Pakistan (PAK)
 Netherlands (NED) 4 – 1  Pakistan (PAK)

Final[edit]

12 August 1948
India  4 - 0  Great Britain
G. Singh Goal 3'10?'
Jansen Goal
Pinto Goal
Report
Wembley Stadium
Umpires:
Rogge (NED)
Lombaert (BEL)

Participating nations[edit]

A total of 187(*) field hockey players from 13 nations competed at the London Games:

(*) NOTE: There are only players counted, which participated in one game at least.

Summary[edit]

Place Nation
1  India (IND)
2  Great Britain (GBR)
3  Netherlands (NED)
4  Pakistan (PAK)
Masood Ahmed Khan
M Anwar Beg Moghal
Mukhtar Bhatti
Hamidullah Burki
Ali Iqtidar Shah Dara (captain)
Milton D'Mello
Abdul Hamid
Mahmoodul Hassan
Abdul Ghafoor Khan
Abdul Qayyum Khan
Niaz Khan
Shahzada Khurram
Aziz Malik
Abdul Razzaq
Azizur Rehman
Sheikh Rehmat Ullah
Syed Muhammad Salim
Shahzada Muhammad Shah-Rukh (vice-captain)
Khawaja Muhammad Taqi
-  Argentina (ARG)
Roberto Anderson
Luis Bianchi
Juan Brigo
Roberto Márquez
Carlos Mercali
Tomas Quinn
Valerio Sánchez
Luis Scally
Tomas Scally
Tomas Wade
Jorge Wilson
Antonio Zucchi
Oscar Arata
Guillermo Dolan
Oscar Vinnue
-  Switzerland (SUI)
Roland Eger
Otto Grolimund
Emil Grub
Jean Gruner
Roger Jenzer
Fritz Kehrer
Fridolin Kurmann
Pierre Pasche
Jean Rippstein
Jean-Pierre Roche
Alois Schlee
Eugen Siegrist
Fritz Stuhlinger
Karl Vogt
Hans Walser
-  Belgium (BEL)
Lucien Boekmans
Robert Cayman
Henri Delaval
José Delaval
Jean Dubois
Jean Enderle
Roger Goossens
Jacques Kielbaye
Harold Mechelynck
Henri Niemegeerts
Joseph van Muylders
Lucien van Weydeveld
André Waterkeyn
Jean-Marie Jadoul
Jean-Jacques Moucq
Paul Toussaint
-  Austria (AUT)
Adam Bischof
Karl Brandl
Karl Holzapfel
Johann Koller
Franz Lovato
Walter Niederle
Oskar Nowak
Karl Ördögh
Franz Raule
Friedrich Rückert
Ernst Schala
Franz Strachota
Siegfried Egger
Wolfgang Klee
Josef Pecanka
-  Afghanistan (AFG)
Mohammad Attai
G.Jagi
Mohammad Khogaini
Bakhteyar Gulam Mangal
Abdul Kadir Nuristani
Ahmed Jahan Nuristani
Din Mohammad Nuristani
Jahan Gulam Nuristani
Mohammad Jahan Nuristani
Mohammad Kadir Nuristani
Mohammad Amin Nuristani
Ahmad Tajik
Khan Nasrullah Totakhail
Ahmad Yusufzai
-  France (FRA)
Bernard Boone
Jacques Butin
Guy Chevalier
Jean-François Dubessay
Claude Hauet
Jean Hauet
Michel Lacroix
Robert Lucas
Diran Manoukian
André Meyer
Philippe Reynaud
Jean Rouget
Jacques Thieffry
Pierre Vandame
-  Spain (ESP)
Manuel Agustín
Jaime Allende
Ricardo Cabot Boix
Juan del Campo
Enrique Estébanos Vela
Pedro Farreras Valenti
Pedro Gasset
Eduardo Jardón Ron
Fernando Jardón Ron
Francisco Jardón Ron
Luis Pratsmasó
Manuel Royes Bohigas
Rafael Ruiz
Enrique Sáinz Ortueta
-  United States (USA)
Donald Buck
Claus Gerson
Henry Goode
Frederick Hewitt
William Kurtz
Hendrick Lubbers
Harry Marcoplos
Kurt Orban
John Renwick
Sanders Sims
John Slade
Walter Stude
Felix Ucko
William Wilson
David Cuffmann
Phillip Schoettle
-  Denmark (DEN)
Preben Blach
Ernest Bohr
Otto Busch
Eigil Hansen
Jørgen Robert Hansen
Vagn Hansen
Johannes Robert Jensen
Egon Johansen
Svend Jørgensen
Vagn Loft
Erling Nielsen
Jørgen Boye Nielsen
Poul Moll Nielsen
Henrik Sørensen
Thormod Thomsen
Mogens Venge

Coordinates: 51°33′20″N 0°16′47″W / 51.5556°N 0.2797°W / 51.5556; -0.2797