2000 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy

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2000 Men's Hockey
Champions Trophy
Tournament details
Host country Netherlands
City Amstelveen
Dates 27 May – 4 June
Teams 6
Venue(s) Wagener Stadium
Top three teams
Champions  Netherlands (4th title)
Runner-up  Germany
Third place  South Korea
Tournament statistics
Matches played 18
Goals scored 63 (3.5 per match)
Top scorer(s) Spain Eduard Tubau
Germany Oliver Domke
Netherlands Stephan Veen (4 goals)
Best player Netherlands Teun de Nooijer
1999 (previous) (next) 2001

The 2000 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy was the 22nd edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy men's field hockey tournament. It was held from 27 May – 4 June 2000 in the Wagener Stadium in Amstelveen, Netherlands.

Squads[edit]

Results[edit]

Pool[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Netherlands 5 5 0 0 10 4 +6 15
 Germany 5 3 0 2 14 8 +6 9
 Spain 5 2 1 2 8 5 +3 7
 South Korea 5 2 0 3 5 7 −2 6
 Australia 5 1 2 2 9 11 −2 5
 Great Britain 5 0 1 4 6 17 −11 1
27 May 2000
10:00
Spain  2–1  Germany
Sánchez Goal 47'
Tubau Goal 63'
Report Bechmann Goal 12'
Umpires:
Ray O'Connor (IRL)
Don Prior (AUS)

27 May 2000
12:30
Australia  2–0  South Korea
Victory Goal 8'20' Report
Umpires:
Jos Gorissen (NED)
Henrik Ehlers (DEN)

27 May 2000
17:30
Great Britain  1–2  Netherlands
Pearn Goal 70' Report De Nooijer Goal 23'60'
Umpires:
Richard Wolter (GER)
Santiago Deo (ESP)

28 May 2000
12:00
Australia  1–1  Spain
Elder Goal 63' Report Tubau Goal 47'
Umpires:
Sumesh Putra (CAN)
Peter von Reth (NED)

29 May 2000
12:10
South Korea  0–1  Netherlands
Report Eikelboom Goal 32'
Umpires:
Eric Denis (BEL)
Santiago Deo (ESP)

29 May 2000
14:30
Great Britain  0–4  Germany
Report Bechmann Goal 8'
Crone Goal 29'
Weißenborn Goal 38'
Emmerling Goal 55'
Umpires:
Jos Gorissen (NED)
Henrik Ehlers (DEN)

30 May 2000
12:00
Australia  3–3  Great Britain
Elder Goal 6'22'
Livermore Goal 31'
Report Fordham Goal 26'28'
Hall Goal 64'
Umpires:
Ray O'Connor (IRL)
Peter von Reth (NED)

30 May 2000
14:30
Spain  0–1  South Korea
Report Hwang Jong-hyun Goal 34'
Umpires:
Richard Wolter (GER)
Henrik Ehlers (DEN)

30 May 2000
17:00
Netherlands  3–2  Germany
Veen Goal 8'
Delmee Goal 43'
Van Wijk Goal 59'
Report Michel Goal 14'
Bechmann Goal 54'
Umpires:
Eric Denis (BEL)
Sumesh Putra (CAN)

1 June 2000
10:00
Great Britain  1–5  Spain
Mathews Goal 70' Report Amat Goal 25'
Dinarés Goal 42'
Tubau Goal 49'67'
A. Sala Goal 50'
Umpires:
Eric Denis (BEL)
Richard Wolter (GER)

1 June 2000
12:00
Germany  3–1  South Korea
Eimer Goal 22'
Witthaus Goal 30'
Domke Goal 59'
Report Jeon Jong-ha Goal 61'
Umpires:
Jos Gorissen (NED)
Sumesh Putra (CAN)

1 June 2000
14:30
Netherlands  3–1  Australia
Eikelboom Goal 20'
Veen Goal 45'52'
Report Livermore Goal 28'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Ray O'Connor (IRL)

2 June 2000
14:30
Netherlands  1–0  Spain
Taekema Goal 67' Report
Umpires:
Henrik Ehlers (DEN)
Ray O'Connor (IRL)

2 June 2000
17:00
Germany  4–2  Australia
Michel Goal 5'12'
Domke Goal 19'32'
Report Stacy Goal 27'
Elmer Goal 30'
Umpires:
Peter von Reth (NED)
Eric Denis (BEL)

2 June 2000
19:30
South Korea  3–1  Great Britain
Kim Kyung-seok Goal 13'39'
Hwang Jong-hyun Goal 50'
Report Giles Goal 16'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Jos Gorissen (NED)

Classification[edit]

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

4 June 2000
10:00
Australia  3–2  Great Britain
Hiskins Goal 17'19'
Smith Goal 37'
Report Giles Goal 29'41'
Umpires:
Richard Wolter (GER)
Sumesh Putra (CAN)

Third and fourth place[edit]

4 June 2000
12:30
Spain  0–3  South Korea
Report Yeo Woon-kon Goal 22'
Jeon Jong-ha Goal 30'
Song Seung-tae Goal 51'
Umpires:
Peter von Reth (NED)
Henrik Ehlers (DEN)

Final[edit]

4 June 2000
15:00
Netherlands  2–1 (a.e.t.)  Germany
Eikelboom Goal 11'
Veen Goal 81'
Report Domke Goal 54'
Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Ray O'Connor (IRL)

Awards[edit]

Top Scorers Best Player Best Young Player Fair Play Award
Germany Oliver Domke
Spain Eduardo Tubau
Netherlands Stephan Veen
Netherlands Teun de Nooijer Spain Eduardo Tubau  Spain

Final standings[edit]

  1.  Netherlands
  2.  Germany
  3.  South Korea
  4.  Spain
  5.  Australia
  6.  Great Britain

External links[edit]