Netherlands women's national field hockey team

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Netherlands
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Association Dutch Hockey Confederation
(Koninklijke Nederlandse Hockey Bond)
Coach Sjoerd Marijne
Manager Margriet Zegers
Captain Maartje Paumen
FIH ranking 1
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The Netherlands' national women's field hockey team is currently number one on the FIH world rankings and they are the reigning world champions as well as the reigning Olympic champions. The Netherlands is the most successful team in World Cup history, having won the title seven times.

Tournament records[edit]

Netherlands hockey women celebrate - 2012 Olympics
Netherlands against Germany in 1960

Olympic Games[edit]

Year Position
Soviet Union 1980 did not Qualify
United States 1984 1st place
Korea 1988 3rd place
Spain 1992 6th place
United States 1996 3rd place
Australia 2000 3rd place
Greece 2004 2nd place
People's Republic of China 2008 1st place
United Kingdom 2012 1st place
Total 8/9

World Cup[edit]

Year Position
France 1974 1st place
West Germany 1976 3rd place
Spain 1978 1st place
Argentina 1981 2nd place
Malaysia 1983 1st place
Netherlands 1986 1st place
Australia 1990 1st place
Ireland 1994 6th place
Netherlands 1998 2nd place
Australia 2002 2nd place
Spain 2006 1st place
Argentina 2010 2nd place
Netherlands 2014 1st place
Total 13/13

World League[edit]

Season Position
Argentina 2012–14 1st place
Total 1/1

Champions Trophy[edit]

Year Position
Netherlands 1987 1st place
West Germany 1989 5th place
Germany 1991 3rd place
Netherlands 1993 2nd place
Argentina 1995 did not Qualify
Germany 1997 3rd place
Australia 1999 2nd place
Netherlands 2000 1st place
Netherlands 2001 2nd place
Macau 2002 3rd place
Australia 2003 3rd place
Year Position
Argentina 2004 1st place
Australia 2005 1st place
Netherlands 2006 3rd place
Argentina 2007 1st place
Germany 2008 3rd place
Australia 2009 3rd place
England 2010 2nd place
Netherlands 2011 1st place
Argentina 2012 3rd place
Argentina 2014 3rd place
Total 19/20

European Championships[edit]

Year Position
France 1984 1st place
England 1987 1st place
Belgium 1991 4th place
Netherlands 1995 1st place
Germany 1999 1st place
Spain 2003 1st place
Ireland 2005 1st place
England 2007 2nd place
Netherlands 2009 1st place
Germany 2011 1st place
Belgium 2013 3rd place
Total 11/11

National team coaches[edit]

Current squad[edit]

The following squad was selected for the 2014 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy played in Mendoza, Argentina between 29 November and 7 December 2014.[1][2]

Head coach: Sjoerd Marijne

No. Player Pos. Age
1 Joyce Sombroek GK 24
2 Frederique Derkx 20
3 Xan de Waard 19
7 Willemijn Bos 26
8 Marloes Keetels 21
9 Carlien Dirkse van den Heuvel 27
12 Lidewij Welten 24
13 Caia van Maasakker 25
16 Michelle van der Pols 25
No. Player Pos. Age
17 Maartje Paumen (c) 29
18 Naomi van As 31
19 Ellen Hoog 28
20 Laura Nunnink 19
22 Larissa Meijer GK 24
23 Margot van Geffen 25
24 Eva de Goede 25
26 Roos Drost 23
31 Valerie Magis 22

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wereldkampioen Kelly Jonker niet mee naar Champions Trophy" (in Dutch). hockey.nl. 3 November 2014. Retrieved 23 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "Champions Trophy -Teams - Netherlands". fih.ch. International Hockey Federation. Retrieved 23 November 2014. 

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