2004 Rink Hockey Men's B World Championship

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2012 2004 FIRS B-World Cup
Tournament details
Host country Macao
Dates 24 November-1 December
Teams 11 (from 4 confederations)
Venue(s)  (in Macao host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Catalonia
Runners-up  England
Third place  Andorra
Tournament statistics
Matches played 39
Goals scored 461 (11.82 per match)
2002
2006

The 2004 Rink Hockey Men's B World Championship was the 36th edition of the Rink Hockey B World Championship, held from October 16 to 23, in Macau.

The champion was Catalonia, that had obtained a FIRS provisional membership few months before the tournament. However, FIRS did not endorse final acceptance of Catalonia for subsequent editions.

Format[edit]

Competition's schedule included 11 countries, divided in two groups, but North Korea withdrew a few days before the opening.

Matches[edit]

All times are Macau local time (UTC+8).

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Macau 4 4 0 0 54 11 +43 12
 Andorra 4 3 0 1 56 9 +47 9
 New Zealand 4 2 0 2 32 28 +4 6
 Chinese Taipei 4 1 0 3 18 48 −30 3
 China 4 0 0 4 10 74 −64 0
Macau Macau 25 – 4 China China
Macau Forum

Andorra Andorra 19 – 0 Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei
Macau Forum

New Zealand New Zealand 3 – 8 Andorra Andorra
Macau Forum

Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 3 – 14 Macau Macau
Macau Forum

China China 2 – 15 New Zealand New Zealand
Macau Forum

Andorra Andorra 3 – 4 Macau Macau
Macau Forum

New Zealand New Zealand 13 – 7 Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei
Macau Forum

China China 2 – 26 Andorra Andorra
Macau Forum

Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 8 – 2 China China
Macau Forum

Macau Macau 11 – 1 New Zealand New Zealand
Macau Forum

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Catalonia Catalonia 5 5 0 0 52 0 +52 15
 England 5 4 0 1 35 16 +19 12
 Australia 5 2 1 2 23 25 −2 7
 Austria 5 2 1 2 16 19 −3 7
 Japan 5 1 0 4 14 30 −16 3
 North Korea 5 0 0 4 0 50 −50 0

* North Korea lost all their matches 0-10 after withdrawing competition.

Austràlia Australia 0 – 11 Catalonia Catalonia
Macau Forum

England England 14 – 0 Japan Japan
Macau Forum

Austria Austria 10 – 0 * North Korea North Korea
Macau Forum

North Korea North Korea 0 – 10 * England England
Macau Forum

Catalonia Catalonia 12 – 0 Austria Austria
Macau Forum

Japan Japan 4 – 6 Australia Australia
Macau Forum

Australia Australia 10 – 0 * North Korea North Korea
Macau Forum

Catalonia Catalonia 8 – 0 Japan Japan
Macau Forum

England England 4 – 1 Austria Austria
Macau Forum

Japan Japan 10 – 0 * North Korea North Korea
Macau Forum

Austria Austria 3 – 3 Australia Australia
Macau Forum

England England 0 – 11 Catalonia Catalonia
Macau Forum

Austria Austria 2 – 0 Japan Japan
Macau Forum

Australia Australia 4 – 7 England England
Macau Forum

Catalonia Catalonia 10 – 0 * North Korea North Korea
Macau Forum

9th and 10th places[edit]

China China 0 – 16 Japan Japan
Macau Forum

Japan Japan 11 – 1 China China
Macau Forum

5th place bracket[edit]

Semi-finals Fifth place
October 22 – Macau
 New Zealand New Zealand  6  
 Austria Austria  7  
 
October 23 – Macau
     Australia Australia  5
   Austria Austria  4
Seventh place
October 22 – Macau October 23 – Macau
 Australia Australia  8  New Zealand New Zealand  2
 Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei  2    Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei  0

Championship Knockout stage[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
October 21 – Macau        
 New Zealand New Zealand  4
October 22 – Macau
 England England  18  
 England England  9
October 21 – Macau
   Macau Macau  4  
 Macau Macau  6
October 23 – Macau
 Austria Austria  3  
 England England  0
October 21 – Macau
   Catalonia Catalonia  6
 Andorra Andorra  4
October 22 – Macau
 Australia Australia  2  
 Andorra Andorra  0 Third place
October 21 – Macau
   Catalonia Catalonia  8  
 Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei  1  Andorra Andorra  2
 Catalonia Catalonia  12    Macau Macau  0
October 23 – Macau
2004 Rink Hockey Men's
B World Champions
Catalonia
Catalonia

Final standings[edit]

Place Team
1  Catalonia
2  England
3  Andorra
4  Macau
5  Australia
6  Austria
7  New Zealand
8  Chinese Taipei
9  Japan
10  China
11  North Korea