Field hockey at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Women's tournament

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Women's field hockey
at the 2004 Summer Olympics
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Victory ceremony
Tournament details
Host country Greece
City Athens
Dates 14 – 26 August
Teams 10
Venue(s) Hellinikon Olympic Hockey Centre
Top three teams
Champions  Germany (1st title)
Runner-up  Netherlands
Third place  Argentina
Tournament statistics
Matches played 29
Goals scored 105 (3.62 per match)
Top scorer(s) Netherlands Mijntje Donners
South Africa Jenny Wilson (5 goals)
2000 (previous) (next) 2008
Field hockey at the
2004 Summer Olympics

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Tournament
men  women
Squads
men  women

The women's field hockey tournament at the 2004 Summer Olympics was the 7th edition of the field hockey event for women at the Summer Olympic Games. It was held over an eleven-day period beginning on 16 August, and culminating with the medal finals on 26 August. All games were played at the hockey centre within the Hellinikon Olympic Complex in Athens, Greece.

Germany won the gold medal for the first time after defeating the Netherlands 2–1 in the final. Argentina won the bronze medal by defeating China 1–0.

Qualification[edit]

Each of the continental champions from five federations received an automatic berth. Alongside with the five teams qualifying through the Olympic Qualification Tournament, ten teams competed in this tournament.[1]

Dates Event Location Qualifier(s)
5–11 October 2002 2002 Asian Games South Korea Busan, South Korea  China
25–31 May 2003 2003 Oceania Cup Australia Melbourne, Australia
New Zealand Auckland and Whangarei, New Zealand
 Australia
3–13 August 2003 2003 Pan American Games Dominican Republic Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic  Argentina
1–13 September 2003 2003 EuroHockey Nations Championship Spain Barcelona, Spain  Netherlands
7–17 October 2003 2003 All-Africa Games Nigeria Abuja, Nigeria  South Africa
19–28 March 2004 Olympic Qualification Tournament New Zealand Manukau, New Zealand  Japan
 Spain
 New Zealand
 Germany
 South Korea

Although the host nation would have qualified automatically as well, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) refused to give them an automatic berth due to the standard hockey in Greece. Greece appealed the decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), however it was turned down. Greece's first option to gain a place at the Olympics was by qualifying for the EuroHockey Nations Championship held in 2003. As they did not qualify for this tournament their last option was to beat Russia, the last ranked team of the Olympic Qualification Tournament in a best of three play-off competition. Russia would have kept its place in the Qualifier regardless of whether it won or lost against Greece. There would, however, have been four places at stake at the tournament if Greece had qualified, rather than the five eventually available as Greece withdrew from participating due to explicit financial reasons.[2]

Umpires[edit]

  •  Chieko Akiyama (JPN)
  •  Renée Cohen (NED)
  •  Marelize de Klerk (RSA)
  •  Jean Duncan (GBR)
  •  Sarah Garnett (NZL)
  •  Gina Spitaleri (ITA)
  •  Julie Ashton-Lucy (AUS)
  •  Ute Conen (GER)
  •  Carolina de la Fuente (ARG)
  •  Lyn Farrell (NZL)
  •  Soledad Iparraguirre (ARG)
  •  Minka Woolley (AUS)

Squads[edit]

Results[edit]

All times are Eastern European Summer Time (UTC+03:00)

First round[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 China 4 4 0 0 11 2 +9 12
 Argentina 4 3 0 1 12 4 +8 9
 Japan 4 2 0 2 5 7 −2 6
 New Zealand 4 1 0 3 3 9 −6 3
 Spain 4 0 0 4 3 12 −9 0

     Advanced to semifinals

14 August 2004
10:30
China  3 – 0  Japan
Fu Baorong Goal 7'
Tang Chunling Goal 39'
Chen Qiuqi Goal 67'
Report
Umpires:
Marelize de Klerk (RSA)
Renee Cohen (NED)

14 August 2004
20:00
Argentina  4 – 0  Spain
Stepnik Goal 11'
Rognoni Goal 25'
González Oliva Goal 28'
Oneto Goal 69'
Report
Umpires:
Julie Ashton-Lucy (AUS)
Ute Conen (GER)

16 August 2004
08:30
Japan  1 – 3  Argentina
Komazawa Goal 27' Report Arrondo Goal 19'
García Goal 37'
Di Giacomo Goal 58'
Umpires:
Minka Woolley (AUS)
Lyn Farrell (NZL)

16 August 2004
18:00
New Zealand  0 – 2  China
Report Ma Yibo Goal 16'
Tang Chunling Goal 41'
Umpires:
Jean Duncan (GBR)
Soledad Iparraguirre (ARG)

18 August 2004
08:30
China  3 – 0  Spain
Tang Chunling Goal 14'
Fu Baorong Goal 35'
Gao Lihua Goal 58'
Report
Umpires:
Sarah Garnett (NZL)
Minka Woolley (AUS)

18 August 2004
20:00
Japan  2 – 0  New Zealand
Komori Goal 18'52' Report
Umpires:
Carolina de la Fuente (ARG)
Gina Spitaleri (ITA)

20 August 2004
10:30
New Zealand  0 – 3  Argentina
Report Aymar Goal 8'
Oneto Goal 38'
García Goal 53'
Umpires:
Chieko Akiyama (JPN)
Julie Ashton-Lucy (AUS)

20 August 2004
20:00
Spain  1 – 2  Japan
Termens Goal 67' Report Morimoto Goal 5'
Komazawa Goal 34'
Umpires:
Jean Duncan (GBR)
Ute Conen (GER)

22 August 2004
10:30
Spain  2 – 3  New Zealand
Goikoetxea Goal 21'40' Report Provan Goal 21'
Roberts-Lang Goal 30'
Igasan Goal 50'
Umpires:
Chieko Akiyama (JPN)
Julie Ashton-Lucy (AUS)

22 August 2004
18:00
Argentina  2 – 3  China
Aymar Goal 17'34' Report Ma Yibo Goal 9'
Fu Baorong Goal 16'
Tang Chunling Goal 47'
Umpires:
Renee Cohen (NED)
Minka Woolley (AUS)

Pool B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Netherlands 4 4 0 0 14 5 +9 12
 Germany 4 2 0 2 6 10 −4 6
 South Korea 4 1 1 2 9 8 +1 4
 Australia 4 1 1 2 6 5 +1 4
 South Africa 4 1 0 3 5 12 −7 3

     Advanced to semifinals

14 August 2004
08:30
Netherlands  6 – 2  South Africa
Donners Goal 6'19'37'
Boomgaardt Goal 15'
Moreira de Melo Goal 23'
Scheepstra Goal 25'
Report Wilson Goal 7'53'
Umpires:
Lyn Farrell (NZL)
Gina Spitaleri (ITA)

14 August 2004
18:00
Australia  1 – 2  Germany
Towers Goal 58' Report Ernsting-Krienke Goal 21'
Müller Goal 34'
Umpires:
Soledad Iparraguirre (ARG)
Chieko Akiyama (JPN)

16 August 2004
10:30
South Africa  0 – 3  Australia
Report Towers Goal 28'
Faulkner Goal 34'
Gallagher Goal 59'
Umpires:
Sarah Garnett (NZL)
Ute Conen (GER)

16 August 2004
20:00
South Korea  2 – 3  Netherlands
Kim Jin-Kyoung Goal 19'
Park Jeong-Sook Goal 57'
Report Van der Vaart Goal 26'35'
Booij Goal 40'
Umpires:
Caroline de la Fuente (ARG)
Julie Ashton-Lucy (AUS)

18 August 2004
10:30
Netherlands  4 – 1  Germany
Scheepstra Goal 7'
Boomgaardt Goal 19'
Van Geenhuizen Goal 21'
Karres Goal 29'
Report Ernsting-Krienke Goal 40'
Umpires:
Chieko Akiyama (JPN)
Marelize de Klerk (RSA)

18 August 2004
18:00
South Africa  0 – 3  South Korea
Report Ko Kwang-Min Goal 17'
Lee Seon-Ok Goal 35'
Kim Yun-Mi Goal 46'
Umpires:
Jean Duncan (GBR)
Renee Cohen (NED)

20 August 2004
08:30
South Korea  2 – 2  Australia
Park Mi-Hyun Goal 31'
Kim Seong-Eun Goal 46'
Report Dobson Goal 6'
Powell Goal 43'
Umpires:
Soledad Iparraguirre (ARG)
Marelize de Klerk (RSA)

20 August 2004
18:00
Germany  0 – 3  South Africa
Report Wehmeyer Goal 4'
Coetzee Goal 45'
Wilson Goal 56'
Umpires:
Lyn Farrell (NZL)
Sarah Garnett (NZL)

22 August 2004
08:30
Germany  3 – 2  South Korea
Kühn Goal 11'
Gude Goal 30'
Casaretto Goal 59'
Report Park Mi-Hyun Goal 32'
Kim Seong-Eun Goal 70'
Umpires:
Carolina de la Fuente (ARG)
Soledad Iparraguirre (ARG)

22 August 2004
20:00
Australia  0 – 1  Netherlands
Report Donners Goal 47'
Umpires:
Marelize de Klerk (RSA)
Gina Spitaleri (ITA)

Ninth and tenth place[edit]

27 August 2004
09:00
Spain  3 – 4 (a.e.t.)  South Africa
Ybarra Goal 23'
Feito Goal 49'
Termens Goal 60'
Report Coetzee Goal 29'
Pholo Goal 33'
Wilson Goal 47'73'
Umpires:
Lyn Farrell (NZL)
Minka Woolley (AUS)

Fifth to eighth place classification[edit]

Crossover Fifth place
24 August 2004
  South Korea  2  
  New Zealand (a.e.t.)  3  
 
27 August 2004
      New Zealand  0
    Australia  3
Seventh place
24 August 2004 27 August 2004
  Japan  1   South Korea  3
  Australia  3     Japan  1

Crossover[edit]

24 August 2004
08:30
South Korea  2 – 3 (a.e.t.)  New Zealand
Kim Yun-Mi Goal 44'
Park Mi-Hyun Goal 46'
Report Roberts-Lang Goal 4'
Muirhead Goal 8'
Walton Goal 80'
Umpires:
Ute Conen (GER)
Jean Duncan (GBR)

24 August 2004
11:00
Japan  1 – 3  Australia
Komori Goal 15' Report Gallagher Goal 27'
Faulkner Goal 33'
Powell Goal 37'
Umpires:
Sarah Garnett (NZL)
Carolina de la Fuente (ARG)

Seventh and eighth place[edit]

27 August 2004
08:30
South Korea  3 – 1  Japan
Oh Ko-Woon Goal 12'18'
Kim Jin-Kyoung Goal 19'
Report Miura Goal 35+'
Umpires:
Carolina de la Fuente (ARG)
Julie Ashton-Lucy (AUS)

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

27 August 2004
11:00
New Zealand  0 – 3  Australia
Report Towers Goal 14'
Powell Goal 42'67'
Umpires:
Chieko Akiyama (JPN)
Gina Spitaleri (ITA)

Medal round[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Semi-finals Gold medal match
24 August 2004
  Netherlands (p.s.)  2 (4)  
  Argentina  2 (2)  
 
26 August 2004
      Netherlands  1
    Germany  2
Bronze medal match
24 August 2004 26 August 2004
  China  0 (3)   Argentina  1
  Germany (p.s.)  0 (4)     China  0
24 August 2004
18:00
Netherlands  2 – 2 (a.e.t.)  Argentina
Karres Goal 41'
Donners Goal 45'
Report García Goal 17'
Aicega Goal 68'
Penalties
Schopman Penalty stroke scored
Boomgaardt Penalty stroke scored
Donners Penalty stroke scored
Van Kessel Penalty stroke scored
4 – 2 Penalty stroke scored Margalot
Penalty stroke missed Rognoni
Penalty stroke scored Aymar
Penalty stroke missed Stepnik
Umpires:
Lyn Farrell (NZL)
Minka Woolley (AUS)

24 August 2004
20:30
China  0 – 0 (a.e.t.)  Germany
Report
Penalties
Fu Baorong Penalty stroke scored
Gao Lihua Penalty stroke missed
Mai Shaoyan Penalty stroke scored
Tang Chunling Penalty stroke scored
Zhou Wanfeng Penalty stroke missed
3 – 4 Penalty stroke scored Rinne
Penalty stroke scored Klecker
Penalty stroke scored Bachmann
Penalty stroke scored Keller
Penalty stroke missed Gude
Umpires:
Marelize de Klerk (RSA)
Soledad Iparraguirre (ARG)

Bronze medal match[edit]

26 August 2004
18:00
Argentina  1 – 0  China
Aymar Goal 70' Report
Umpires:
Renee Cohen (NED)
Ute Conen (GER)

Gold medal match[edit]

26 August 2004
20:30
Netherlands  1 – 2  Germany
Scheepstra Goal 38' Report Kühn Goal 6'
Gude Goal 20'
Umpires:
Marelize de Klerk (RSA)
Soledad Iparraguirre (ARG)

Statistics[edit]

Final ranking[edit]

Goalscorers[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Qualification for Athens 2004 Olympic Games clarified". Planet Field Hockey. 2003-10-20. Retrieved 2012-07-03. 
  2. ^ "Greece Withdraws from Women's Qualification Play-Off Series". Planet Field Hockey. 2004-04-24. Retrieved 2012-08-12. 

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