Germany women's national field hockey team

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Germany
Germany
Association Deutscher Hockey Bund
(German Hockey Federation)
Confederation EHF (Europe)
Coach Jamilon Mülders
Assistant coach Michael Willemsen
Manager Julia Walter
Captain Kim Platten
FIH ranking 6
Team colours Team colours Team colours
Team colours
Team colours
 
First kit
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Team colours
 
Second kit

The Germany women's national field hockey team represents the unified Germany since 1991 in international field hockey competitions. The team won the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, by defeating the Netherlands in the final.

Results[edit]

Summer Olympics
  • 1980Did not compete
  • 1984Silver medal
  • 19885th place
  • 1992Silver medal
  • 19966th place
  • 20007th place
  • 2004Gold medal
  • 20084th place
  • 20127th place
World Cup
  • 1974Bronze medal
  • 1976Gold medal
  • 1978Silver medal
  • 1981Gold medal
  • 1983Fourth place
  • 1986Silver medal
  • 1990Eighth place
  • 1994Fourth place
  • 1998Bronze medal
  • 2002Seventh place
  • 2006Eighth place
  • 2010Fourth place
  • 2014Eighth place
World League
European Nations Cup
  • 1984Bronze medal
  • 1987Fourth place
  • 1991Silver medal
  • 1995Bronze medal
  • 1999Silver medal
  • 2003Bronze medal
  • 2005Silver medal
  • 2007Gold medal
  • 2009Silver medal
  • 2011Silver medal
  • 2013Gold medal
Champions Trophy
  • 1987Did not compete
  • 1989Bronze medal
  • 1991Fourth place
  • 1993Bronze medal
  • 1995Fourth place
  • 1997Silver medal
  • 1999Bronze medal
  • 2000Silver medal
  • 2001Did not compete
  • 2002Did not compete
  • 2003Did not compete
  • 2004Silver medal
  • 2005Fifth place
  • 2006Gold medal
  • 20104th place
  • 20118th place
  • 20124th place
Champions Challenge
  • 2002Did not compete
  • 2003Gold medal
  • 2005Sixth place

Current roster[edit]

Roster for the 2014 Women's Hockey World Cup.

Head coach: Jamilon Mülders

No. Player Pos. Age
2 Tina Bachmann 35
3 Kim Platten (c) GK 25
4 Jana Teschke 23
5 Anne Schröder 19
9 Kristina Hillmann 22
10 Nina Hasselmann 28
11 Eileen Hoffmann 29
12 Lydia Haase 27
13 Katharina Otte 27
No. Player Pos. Age
15 Hannag Krüger 25
17 Barbara Vogel GK 33
18 Lisa Altenburg 24
23 Marie Mävers 24
24 Maike Stöckel 30
26 Hannah Gablac 19
27 Anissa Korth 21
28 Julia Müller 28
30 Lena Jacobi 28

Notable players[edit]

References[edit]

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