2001 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy

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2001 Men's Hockey
Champions Trophy
Tournament details
Host country Netherlands
City Rotterdam
Dates Nov 3-11
Teams 6
Top three teams
Champions  Germany
Runner-up  Australia
Third place  Netherlands
2000 (previous) (next) 2002

The 2001 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy was the 23rd edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy men's field hockey tournament. It was reorganised to take place in Rotterdam, Netherlands on the scheduled dates of November 3 to November 11, 2001. The event will take place at HC Rotterdam’s brand new NLG 24 million, 8,000-seating facility, which opened in August and will be the first world level event at the venue. Participating nations were: titleholders Australia, Germany, England, hosting nation Netherlands, Pakistan, and Korea.[1]

Squads[edit]

Tournament[edit]

Final Table[edit]

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Germany 15 5 5 0 0 15 7 +8
 Australia 12 5 4 0 1 15 10 +5
 Pakistan 7 5 2 1 2 14 12 +2
 Netherlands 7 5 2 1 2 11 11 0
 England 3 5 1 0 4 11 17 –6
 South Korea 0 5 0 0 5 8 17 –9

Results[edit]

Team One Team Two Score
 England  South Korea 4-3
 Netherlands  Pakistan 1-1
 Germany  Australia 2-1
 Pakistan  South Korea 2-0
 Australia  Netherlands 3-2
 Germany  England 2-0
 Australia  Pakistan 3-1
 Germany  South Korea 3-0
 Netherlands  England 3-2
 Germany  Pakistan 5-4
 Australia  England 3-2
 Netherlands  South Korea 3-2
 Australia  South Korea 5-3
 Germany  Netherlands 3-2
 Pakistan  England 6-3

Classification[edit]

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

11 November 2001
England  3–3 aet (3-2p)  South Korea
Report

Third and fourth place[edit]

11 November 2001
Netherlands  5-2  Pakistan
Report

Final[edit]

11 November 2001
Germany  2–1  Australia
Report


 2001 Men's Champions Trophy Winners 

Germany
Eighth title

Awards[edit]

Topscorer Player of the tournament
 Florian Kunz (GER)  Florian Kunz (GER)

Statistics[edit]

Final ranking[edit]

  1.  Germany
  2.  Australia
  3.  Netherlands
  4.  Pakistan
  5.  England
  6.  South Korea

References[edit]