Field hockey at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's tournament

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Men's field hockey for XXIII Summer Olympics
Tournament details
Host country United States
City Los Angeles
Dates 29 July – 11 August
Teams 12
Venue(s) Weingart Stadium
Top three teams
Champions  Pakistan (3rd title)
Runner-up  West Germany
Third place  Great Britain
Tournament statistics
Matches played 42
Goals scored 157 (3.74 per match)
Top scorer(s) Pakistan Hassan Sardar (10 goals)
1980 (previous) (next) 1988

Preliminary round[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Australia 10 5 5 0 0 17 4 +13
 West Germany 7 5 3 1 1 12 4 +8
 India 7 5 3 1 1 14 9 +5
 Spain 4 5 2 3 0 11 12 −1
 Malaysia 2 5 1 4 0 6 17 −11
 United States 0 5 0 5 0 4 18 −14
     Qualified for semifinals
29 July 1984
Australia  5 – 0  Malaysia
Walsh 4
Haselhurst 1

29 July 1984
West Germany  3 – 1  Spain
Fischer 1
Krull 1
Peter 1
1 Roca

29 July 1984
India  5 – 1  United States
Carvaho 1
Kumar 1
Femandis 2
Shahid 1
1 Stone

31 July 1984
Australia  3 – 1  Spain
Walsh 1
Patmore 1
Haselhurst 1
1 Roca

31 July 1984
West Germany  4 – 0  United States
Dopp 2
Slawyk 1
Blöcher 1

31 July 1984
India  3 – 1  Malaysia
Sharma 3 1 Foo

2 August 1984
India  4 – 2  Spain
Fernandis 2
Singh 1
Shahid 1
2 Arbos
1 Malbosa

2 August 1984
Malaysia  4 – 1  United States
Chew 1
Singh 1
Tam 2
2 Arbos
1 Malbosa

2 August 1984
Australia  3 – 0  West Germany
Haselhurst 1
Patmore 1
Walsh 1

4 August 1984
West Germany  5 – 0  Malaysia
Dopp 2
Reck 1
Blöcher 1
Fischer 1

4 August 1984
Australia  4 – 2  India
Batch 1
Davies 1
Walsh 2
1 Sharma
1 Carvaho

4 August 1984
Spain  3 – 1  United States
Roca 3 1 Newton

6 August 1984
Australia  2 – 1  United States
Patmore 2 1 Stone

6 August 1984
Spain  3 – 1  Malaysia
Arbos 2
Cobos 1
1 Kyndan Singh

6 August 1984
West Germany  0 – 0  India

Pool B[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Great Britain 9 5 4 1 0 10 5 +5
 Pakistan 7 5 2 3 0 16 7 +9
 Netherlands 7 5 3 1 1 16 9 +6
 New Zealand 4 5 1 2 2 10 10 0
 Kenya 2 5 1 0 4 5 14 −9
 Canada 1 5 0 1 4 7 19 −12
     Qualified for semifinals
30 July 1984
Netherlands  4 – 1  Canada
Diepaveen 1
Van Asbeck 1
Kruize 1
Van Grimbergen 1
1 Rutledge

30 July 1984
New Zealand  3 – 3  Pakistan
Daji 3 3 Sardar

30 July 1984
Great Britain  2 – 1  Kenya
Kerly 2 1 Alubaha

1 August 1984
Netherlands  3 – 1  New Zealand
Tiez Kruize 1
Jan Hidde Kruize 1
Van Grimbergen 1
1 McLeod

1 August 1984
Pakistan  3 – 0  Kenya
Hussain 1
Sardar 1
Khan 1

1 August 1984
Great Britain  3 – 1  Canada
Kerly 2
Duthie 1
1 Rutledge

3 August 1984
Kenya  3 – 2  Canada
Saini 2
Otambo 1
Rutledge 2

3 August 1984
Great Britain  1 – 0  New Zealand
Cattrall 1

3 August 1984
Netherlands  3 – 3  Pakistan
Van 'T Hek 1
Kruize 1
Hidde Kruize 1
1 Manzoor
1 Sardar
1 Hameed

5 August 1984
New Zealand  4 – 1  Kenya
Daji 1
Gallen 1
Miskimmin 1
Parkin 1
1 Otambo

5 August 1984
Great Britain  4 – 3  Netherlands
Kerly 2
Batchelor 1
Cattrall 1
1 Willem Van Asbeck
1 Van 'T Hek
1 Klaassen

5 August 1984
Pakistan  7 – 1  Canada
Sardar 3
Hussain 3
Khan 1
1 Sandhu

7 August 1984
Netherlands  3 – 0  Kenya
Diepeveen 1
Doyer 1
Van 'T Hek 1
1 Gallen
1 Grimshaw

7 August 1984
Great Britain  0 – 0  Pakistan

7 August 1984
Canada  2 – 2  New Zealand
Cholakis 1
Sandhu 1
1 Gallen
1 Grimshaw

Classification[edit]

Ninth place qualifiers[edit]

8 August 1984
Canada  1 – 0  Malaysia
Porritt 1

8 August 1984
United States  1 – 1 (AET)
5 – 6 (PSO)
 Kenya
Newton 1 1 Saini

Fifth place qualifiers[edit]

9 August 1984
India  1 – 0  New Zealand
Sharma 1

8 August 1984
Spain  0 – 0 (AET)
4 – 10 (PSO)
 Netherlands

Eleventh and Twelfth place[edit]

10 August 1984
Malaysia  3 – 3 (AET)
9 – 8 (PSO)
 United States
Murugasen 1
Ow 2
Kulwant Singh 2
Chew 2
Kyndan Singh 2
Van Huizen 2 Santa Maria 2
Spencer 2
Gary Newton 1
Iqbal 1
Gary Newton 2
Michael Newton 2
Spencer 2
Stone 1

Ninth and tenth place[edit]

10 August 1984
Kenya  1 – 0  Canada
Alubaha 1

Seventh and eighth place[edit]

10 August 1984
New Zealand  1 – 0  Spain
Parkin 1

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

11 August 1984
India  5 – 2  Netherlands
Sharma 1
Fernandis 2
Shahid 1
Zafar 1
Diepeveen 1
Van 'T Hek 1

Third and fourth place[edit]

11 August 1984
Great Britain  3 – 2  Australia
Barber 1
Dodds 1
Kerly 1
Davies 1
Patmore 1

Medal round[edit]

Semi-finals Gold medal match
9 August 1984
  Pakistan  3  
  Australia  0  
 
11 August 1984
      Pakistan  2
    West Germany  1
Bronze medal match
9 August 1984 11 August 1984
  West Germany  1   Great Britain  3
  Great Britain  0     Australia  2

Semi-finals[edit]

9 August 1984
Pakistan  3 – 0  Australia
Sardar 1

9 August 1984
West Germany  1 – 0  Great Britain
Oppet 1

Bronze medal match[edit]

11 August 1984
Great Britain  3 – 2  Australia

Gold medal match[edit]

11 August 1984
Pakistan  2 – 1  West Germany
Sardar 1 Penalty corner scored in the 50th minute 50'
Kaleemullah 1 Penalty corner scored in the 82nd minute 82'
Peter 1 Penalty corner scored in the 44th minute 44'

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