India men's national field hockey team

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India
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Association Hockey India
Confederation ASHF (Asia)
Coach Terry Walsh
Assistant coach Sandeep Sanwan
Manager Maharaj Krishan Kaushik
Captain Sardara Singh
FIH ranking 9
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The India national field hockey team is the national men's team representing field hockey in India, controlled by Hockey India, the governing body for field hockey in India. It is the first non-European team to be a part of the International Hockey Federation.

In 1928, the team won its first Olympic gold medal and until 1956, the Indian men's team remained unbeaten in the Olympics, winning six gold medals in a row. India also won the 1975 World Cup.

Having won eight Olympics gold medals till date, India is the most successful team ever in Olympics. It's sponsored by Sahara and Shiv-Naresh.

Honors[edit]

Medals table[edit]

Indian Field hockey Team at 1928 Olympics
Indian Field hockey Team at 1932 Olympics
Indian Field hockey Team at the 1936 Berlin Olympics
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Olympics 8 1 2 11
2 World Cup 1 1 1 3
3 Asian Games 2 9 2 13
4 Asia Cup 2 5 1 8
5 Champions Trophy 0 0 1 1
6 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 5 1 5 11
7 Commonwealth Games 0 2 0 2
8 Hockey Champions Challenge 1 1 2 4
9 Afro-Asian Games 1 0 0 1
10 Asian Hockey Champions Trophy 1 1 0 2

Summer Olympics[edit]

World League[edit]

Champions Trophy[edit]

Asian Games[edit]

Asia Cup[edit]

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup[edit]

Champions Challenge[edit]

Commonwealth Games[edit]

  • 2010 – New Delhi, India
  • 2014 - Glasgow, Scotland

Afro-Asian Games[edit]

Asian Champions Trophy[edit]

South Asian Games[edit]

Current roster[edit]

Roster for the 2014 Men's Hockey World Cup.

Head coach: Terry Walsh

No. Player Pos. Age
1 Harjot Singh GK 20
3 Rupinder Pal Singh 23
5 Kothajit Singh 21
7 Manpreet Singh 21
8 Sardara Singh (c) 27
9 Yuvraj Walmiki 24
10 Dharamvir Singh 23
11 Mandeep Singh 22
12 V. R. Raghunath 25
No. Player Pos. Age
13 Gurbaj Singh 25
14 Lalit Upadhyay 20
15 S. K. Uthappa 22
16 Sreejesh Ravindran GK 28
24 S. V. Sunil 25
26 Birendra Lakra 24
27 Akashdeep Singh 19
28 Jasjit Singh 24
29 Chinglensana Singh 22

Notable former players[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "India beats Pakistan, takes trophy". The Hindu. 11 September 2011. Retrieved 15 September 2011. 
  2. ^ "India go down 4–5 in humdinger of a final against Pakistan". timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 28 December 2012. 

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