Field hockey at the 1980 Summer Olympics

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Hockey at the 1980 Summer Olympics was represented by two events: men's team event and women's team event. For the first time a women's Olympic Games hockey tournament was organized. Both events were held in two venues, located in the north-western part of Moscow:

The schedule started on July 20 and ended on July 31. 177,880 spectators watched 33 matches of hockey events at stadiums.

Medals[edit]

Pos Country Gold Silver Bronze Total:
1  India (IND) 1 0 0 1
 Zimbabwe (ZIM) 1 0 0 1
3  Czechoslovakia (TCH) 0 1 0 1
 Spain (ESP) 0 1 0 1
5  Soviet Union (URS) 0 0 2 2

Men's Tournament[edit]

In the Preliminary Pool teams played against each other in a round. Then teams, placed 1st and 2nd contested for gold and silver medals; placed 3rd and 4th contested for bronze medals and placed 5th and 6th contested for 5th place.

Preliminary round[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Spain 5 4 1 0 33 3 9
India 5 3 2 0 39 6 8
Soviet Union 5 3 0 2 30 11 6
Poland 5 2 1 2 19 15 5
Cuba 5 1 0 4 7 42 2
Tanzania 5 0 0 5 3 54 0
20 July
Poland  7 – 1  Cuba

20 July
India  18 – 0  Tanzania

20 July
Soviet Union  1 – 2 Comite Olimpico Espanol Flag.svg Spain

21 July
Cuba  2 – 11  Soviet Union

21 July
Tanzania  0 – 12 Comite Olimpico Espanol Flag.svg Spain

21 July
Poland  2 – 2  India

23 July
Tanzania  0 – 4  Cuba

23 July
India  2 – 2 Comite Olimpico Espanol Flag.svg Spain

23 July
Soviet Union  5 – 1  Poland

24 July
India  13 – 0  Cuba

24 July
Poland  0 – 6 Comite Olimpico Espanol Flag.svg Spain

24 July
Soviet Union  11 – 2  Tanzania

26 July
Tanzania  1 – 9  Poland

26 July
India  4 – 2  Soviet Union

26 July
Cuba  0 – 11 Comite Olimpico Espanol Flag.svg Spain

Classification[edit]

Fifth place qualifiers=[edit]

26 July
Cuba  4 – 1  Tanzania

Third place match[edit]

26 July
Soviet Union  2 – 1  Poland

First place match[edit]

26 July
India  4 – 3 Comite Olimpico Espanol Flag.svg Spain

Final Ranking[edit]

Rk Team
1st India
2nd Spain
3rd Soviet Union
4 Poland
5 Cuba
6 Tanzania

Men's Medal Winners[edit]

GOLD India

Allan Schofield (gk), Bir Bhadur Chettri, Sylvanus Dung Dung, Rajinder Singh, Davinder Singh, Gurmail Singh, Ravinder Pal Singh, Vasudevan Baskaran (captain), K Mathivanan, Maharaj Krishan Kaushik, Charanjit Kumar, Merwyn Fernandes, Amarjit Singh Rana, Mohamed Shahid, Zafar Iqbal, and Surinder Singh Sodhi.

SILVER Spain

Juan Amat, Juan Arbós, Jaime Arbós, Javier Cabot, Ricardo Cabot, Miguel Chaves, Juan Coghen, Miguel de Paz, Francisco Fábregas Bosch, José Garcia, Rafael Garralda, Santiago Malgosa, Paulino Monsalve, Juan Pellón, Joel Ramirez Carlos Roca and Jaime Zumalacárregui.

BRONZE Soviet Union

Vladimir Pleshakov, Viacheslav Lampeev, Leonid Pavlovski, Sos Hayrapetyan, Farit Zigangirov, Valeri Belyakov, Sergei Klevtsov, Oleg Zagorodnev, Aleksandr Gusev, Sergei Pleshakov, Mikhail Nichepurenko, Minneula Azizov, Aleksandr Sychyov, Aleksandr Miasnikov, Viktor Deputatov, and Aleksandr Goncharov.

Women's Tournament[edit]

Held for the first time in Olympic history. Women's teams played against each other in one round.

Preliminary Pool[edit]

Rk Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1st Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 5 3 2 0 13 4 8
2nd Czechoslovakia 5 3 1 1 10 5 7
3rd Soviet Union 5 3 0 2 11 5 6
4 India 5 2 1 2 9 6 5
5 Austria 5 2 0 3 6 11 4
6 Poland 5 0 0 5 0 18 0
25 July
Poland  0 – 4  Zimbabwe

25 July
Austria  0 – 2  India

25 July
Soviet Union  2 – 0  Czechoslovakia

27 July
India  4 – 0  Poland

27 July
Zimbabwe  2 – 2  Czechoslovakia

27 July
Soviet Union  0 – 2  Austria

28 July
India  1 – 2  Czechoslovakia

28 July
Austria  3 – 0  Poland

28 July
Soviet Union  0 – 2  Zimbabwe

30 July
Soviet Union  6 – 0  Poland

30 July
India  1 – 1  Zimbabwe

30 July
Austria  0 – 5  Czechoslovakia

31 July
Poland  0 – 1  Czechoslovakia

31 July
Austria  1 – 4  Zimbabwe

31 July
Soviet Union  3 – 1  India

Remark:country names are given in the form they were used in official documents of the IOC in 1980

Women's Medal Winners[edit]

GOLD Zimbabwe Zimbabwe

Arlene Boxhall, Sarah English, Maureen George, Ann Grant (captain), Susan Huggett, Patricia McKillop, Brenda Phillips, Christine Prinsloo, Sonia Robertson, Anthea Stewart, Helen Volk, Linda Watson, Elizabeth Chase, Sandra Chick, Gillian Cowley and Patricia Davies.

SILVER Czechoslovakia

Milada Blažková, Jiřina Čermáková, Jiřina Hájková, Berta Hrubá, Ida Hubáčková, Jiřina Kadlecová, Jarmila Králíčková, Jiřina Křížová, Alena Kyselicová, Jana Lahodová, Květoslava Petříčková, Viera Podhányiová, Iveta Šranková, Marie Sýkorová, Marta Urbanová and Lenka Vymazalová.

BRONZE Soviet Union

Valentina Zazdravnykh, Tatyana Shvyganova, Galina Vyuzhanina, Tatyana Yembakhtova, Alina Kham, Natella Krasnikova, Nadezhda Ovechkina, Nelli Gorbyatkova, Yelena Guryeva, Galina Inzhuvatova, Nadezhda Filipova, Lyudmila Frolova, Lidiya Glubokova, Leyla Akhmerova, Natalya Buzunova, and Natalya Bykova.

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