Field hockey at the 1988 Summer Olympics

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Men's field hockey
for XXIV Summer Olympics
Tournament details
Host country South Korea
City Seoul
Dates 18 September – 1 October
Teams 12
Venue(s) Seongnam Stadium
Top three teams
Champions  Great Britain (3rd title)
Runner-up  West Germany
Third place  Netherlands
Tournament statistics
Matches played 42
Goals scored 163 (3.88 per match)
1984 (previous) (next) 1992

Final results for the Hockey competition at the 1988 Summer Olympics:

Pools[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
 Australia 5 5 0 0 19 3 10
 Netherlands 5 3 1 1 12 6 7
 Pakistan 5 3 0 2 15 8 6
 Argentina 5 2 0 3 8 12 4
 Spain 5 1 1 3 6 10 3
 Kenya 5 0 0 5 5 26 0
September 18, 1988
Pakistan  5 – 1  Spain
Ibrahim Qamir (2)
Sharif Zahid (2)
Sheik Tariq
Juna Carlos Peon

September 18, 1988
Netherlands  5 – 1  Argentina
Marc Delissen
Erik Parlevliet
Floris Jan Bove Lander (2)
Taco van Der Honert
Carlos Genyro

September 18, 1988
Australia  7 – 1  Kenya
Colin Batch
Mark Hager (3)
Warren Birmingham (2)
David Wansbrough
Sanjiwan Goyal

September 20, 1988
Australia  4 –0  Argentina
Warren Birmingham
Mark Hager (2)
Neil Hawgood

September 20, 1988
Netherlands  1 - 1  Spain
Jan Hendrick Kooijan Ignacio Escude

September 20, 1988
Pakistan  8 - 0  Kenya
Qazi Mohib-Ur-Rehman
Tariq Sheik (4)
Shabaz Ahmed (2)
Zahid Sharif

September 22, 1988
Pakistan  2 – 1  Argentina
Shabaz Ahmed
Zahid Sharif
Marcelo Mascherino

September 22, 1988
Kenya  2 – 4  Spain
John Eliuth Okoth
Inderjit Matheru
Ignacio Escude
Javier Escude
Jorge Olivia
Miguel de Paz

September 22, 1988
Australia  3 –2  Netherlands
Colin Batch
Neil Hawgood
Markl Hager
Floris Jan Bove Lander

September 24, 1988
Netherlands  2 – 1  Kenya
Floris Jan Bove Lander
Taco van Der Honert
Inderjit Matheru

September 24, 1988
Australia  4 – 0  Pakistan
John Bestall
Neil Hawgood (2)
Mark Hager

September 24, 1988
Argentina  1 – 0  Spain
Fernando Ferrara

September 26, 1988
Australia  1 – 0  Spain
Jay Stacy

September 26, 1988
Argentina  5 – 1  Kenya
Marcelo Mascherino
Gabriel Minadeo
Edgardo Palios
Alejandro Verga
Fernando Ferrara
Lucas Alubaha

September 26, 1988
Netherlands  2 – 0  Pakistan
Floris Jan Bove Lander

Pool B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
 West Germany 5 4 1 0 13 3 9
 Great Britain 5 3 1 1 12 5 7
 India 5 2 1 2 9 7 5
 Soviet Union 5 2 1 2 5 10 5
 South Korea 5 0 2 3 5 10 2
 Canada 5 0 2 3 3 12 2
September 18, 1988
Soviet Union  1 – 0  India
Igor Davydov

September 18, 1988
West Germany  3 – 1  Canada
Carsten Fischer
Thomas Reck
Stefan Bloecher
Chris Gifford

September 18, 1988
Great Britain  2 – 2  South Korea
Paul Barber
Sean Kerly
Kim Jong Kap
Kim Man Whe

September 20, 1988
Great Britain  3 – 0  Canada
Paul Barber
Imran Sherwani
Richard Dodds

September 20, 1988
West Germany  1 – 1  India
Michael Hilgers Sebastian Jude Felix

September 20, 1988
Soviet Union  3 – 1  South Korea
Viotor Depoutatov
Mikhail Boutakine
Igor Davydov
Yoo Seung Jin

September 22, 1988
South Korea  1 – 3  India
Kim Young Joon Sebastian Jude Felix
Thoiba Singh(2)

September 22, 1988
Soviet Union  0 – 0  Canada

September 22, 1988
Great Britain  1 – 2  West Germany
Paul Barber Carsten Fischer
Stefan Bloecher

September 24, 1988
West Germany  1 – 0  South Korea
Carsten Fischer

September 24, 1988
Great Britain  3 – 1  Soviet Union
Paul Barber
Sean Kerly (2)
Mikhail Boukatine

September 24, 1988
Canada  1 – 5  India
Michael Ross Rutledge Mohinder Pal Singh (2)
Subramani Baladadalaiash
Sebastian Jude Felix
Mervyn Ernadis

September 26, 1988
West Germany  6 – 0  Soviet Union
Carsten Fischer
Andreas Mollandi
Heiner Dopp
Stefan Bloecher
Michael Hilgers
Andreas Keller

September 26, 1988
Great Britain  3 – 0  India
Paul Barber
Jon Potter
Sean Kerly

September 26, 1988
Canada  1 – 1  South Korea
Hargumek Sandhu Chung Kye Suk

Ninth to twelfth place play-offs[edit]

September 28, 1988
Spain  2 – 0  Canada
Ignacio Escude
Jaime Escude

September 28, 1988
South Korea  5 – 2  Kenya
Han Jin Soo(3)
Yoo Seung Jin (2)
Lucas Aluhaba
Inderjit Singh

Eleventh and twelfth place[edit]

September 29, 1988
Canada  3 –1  Kenya
Michael Ross Rutledge
Trevor Porritt
Hargumek Sandhu
Peter Akatsa

Ninth and tenth place[edit]

September 29, 1988
Spain  2 – 0  South Korea
Ignacio Escude
Juan Carlos Peon

Fifth to eighth place play-offs[edit]

September 28, 1988
India  6 – 6
PSC(4-3)
 Argentina
Mohinder Pal Singh (2)
Mohammed Shahid
Balwinder Singh
Merwyn Fernandes (2)
Marcelo Mascherino
Marcelo Garraffo
Carlos Genyro (3)
Fernando Ferrara

September 28, 1988
Pakistan  1 – 0  Soviet Union
Qazi Mohib-Ur-Rehman

Seventh and eighth place[edit]

September 30, 1988
Soviet Union  4 – 1  Argentina
Vietcheslav Tchetchenov
Alexandre Miasnikov
Sergei Platchakov (2)
Alejandro Verga

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

September 30, 1988
India  1 – 2  Pakistan
Mohinder Pal Singh Qazi Mohib-Ur-Rehman
Musaddiz Hussain

Medal Round[edit]

Semi-finals Gold medal match
28 September 1988
  West Germany  2  
  Netherlands  1  
 
1 October 1988
      West Germany  1
    Great Britain  3
Bronze medal match
28 September 1988 1 October 1988
  Australia  2   Australia  1
  Great Britain  3     Netherlands  3

Semi-finals[edit]

September 28, 1988
West Germany  2 – 1  Netherlands
Heiner Dopp
Thomas Reck
Maurits Cruicg

September 28, 1988
Australia  2 – 3  Great Britain
Mark Hager
Neil Hawgood
Sean Kerly (3)

Bronze medal match[edit]

October 1, 1988
Australia  1 – 2  Netherlands
Graham Reid Floris Jan Bovelander (2)

Gold medal match[edit]

October 1, 1988
West Germany  1 – 3  Great Britain
Heiner Dopp Sean Kerly
Imran Sherwani (2)

Medalists[edit]

 Gold  Silver  Bronze
 Great Britain  West Germany  Netherlands

Women's Medal Winners[edit]

 Gold  Silver  Bronze
 Australia  South Korea  Netherlands

References[edit]