2011 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy

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2011 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy
2011 men's champions trophy.png
official logo
Tournament details
Host country New Zealand
City Auckland
Teams 8
Venue(s) North Harbour Hockey Stadium
Top three teams
Champions  Australia (12th title)
Runner-up  Spain
Third place  Netherlands
Tournament statistics
Matches played 24
Goals scored 124 (5.17 per match)
Top scorer(s) Australia Jamie Dwyer (7 goals)
Best player Spain Santi Freixa
2010 (previous) (next) 2012

The 2011 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy, officially known as the Owen G Glenn FIH Men's Champions Trophy, was the 33rd edition of the Champions Trophy men's field hockey tournament. The International Hockey Federation (FIH) confirmed India as the host country,[1] and announced New Delhi as the host city on February 4, 2011. The tournament dates were December 3 to December 11, 2011.[2] However, on September 6, 2011, the FIH announced that India would no longer host the tournament due to a governance issue,[3] and announced Auckland, New Zealand as the new host on September 13, 2011 with the same time schedule.[4] The tournament was held at North Harbour Hockey Stadium.

Australia won the title for the fourth consecutive and twelfth time total by defeating Spain 1–0 in the final.[5]

Host city change[edit]

For the 33rd edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy, India was elected to host the tournament by the FIH on February 4, 2011. But due to an on-going governance issue with the Indian Hockey Federation, the FIH announced that India would no longer host the competition, instead; Auckland, New Zealand hosted the tournament. New Zealand businessman Owen Glenn was instrumental in gaining the hosting rights for New Zealand. He funded Hockey New Zealand to gain the hosting rights.

The tournament was expected to have a television audience of approximately 38 million people. It being the largest hockey event in New Zealand's history. Auckland's mayor Len Brown said: "this event should inject around $1 million of new money into New Zealand's economy. The teams and officials directly involved in the event should generate over 4,000 visitor nights alone."[6]

Qualification[edit]

The new qualification criteria was determined by International Hockey Federation (FIH), as followed:[7]

Results[edit]

All times are New Zealand Daylight Time (UTC+13:00)

First round[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Australia 3 3 0 0 13 4 +9 9
 Spain 3 2 0 1 14 6 +8 6
 Great Britain 3 1 0 2 4 13 −9 3
 Pakistan 3 0 0 3 4 12 −8 0
3 December 2011
16:05
Australia  3–2  Spain
Dwyer Goal 10'42'
Abbott Goal 62'
Report Dabanch Goal 25'
Tubau Goal 27'
Umpires:
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
German Montes de Oca (ARG)

3 December 2011
18:05
Great Britain  2–1  Pakistan
Pearn Goal 45'
S. Mantell Goal 65'
Report Imran Goal 31'
Umpires:
Nigel Iggo (NZL)
Kim Hong-lae (KOR)

5 December 2011[9]
10:05
Great Britain  1–4  Australia
S. Mantell Goal 55' Report Butturini Goal 6'
Gohdes Goal 22'
Dwyer Goal 57'
Doerner Goal 68'
Umpires:
Nigel Iggo (NZL)
Peter Wright (RSA)

5 December 2011[9]
12:05
Spain  4–2  Pakistan
Freixa Goal 2'
Dabanch Goal 25'
Quemada Goal 57'65'
Report Abbasi Goal 9'
Abbas Goal 41'
Umpires:
Murray Grime (AUS)
Satoshi Kondo (JPN)

6 December 2011[9]
12:05
Spain  8–1  Great Britain
Tubau Goal 24'67'
Quemada Goal 25'
Freixa Goal 29'66'
Dabanch Goal 31'
Fernández Goal 44'
Oliva Goal 70'
Report Middleton Goal 23'
Umpires:
Kim Hong-lae (KOR)
German Montes de Oca (ARG)

6 December 2011[9]
16:05
Australia  6–1  Pakistan
Dwyer Goal 22'45'48'
Ockenden Goal 31'
Doerner Goal 40'
Paterson Goal 53'
Report Tousiq Goal 64'
Umpires:
Nathan Stagno (GIB)
Satoshi Kondo (JPN)

Pool B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Netherlands 3 2 1 0 8 5 +3 7
 New Zealand 3 1 1 1 10 6 +4 4
 Germany 3 1 1 1 7 7 0 4
 South Korea 3 0 1 2 4 11 −7 1
3 December 2011
14:05
Germany  2–1  New Zealand
Stralkowski Goal 9'
Wesley Goal 59'
Report Inglis Goal 14'
Umpires:
Murray Grime (AUS)
Peter Wright (RSA)

3 December 2011
18:05
Netherlands  2–0  South Korea
Taekema Goal 7'
Bakker Goal 54'
Report
Umpires:
Nathan Stagno (GIB)
Gareth Greenfield (NZL)

5 December 2011[9]
14:05
Netherlands  3–2  Germany
Bakker Goal 12'
Hertzberger Goal 32'
Hofman Goal 66'
Report Matania Goal 16'
Menke Goal 21'
Umpires:
Nathan Stagno (GIB)
Haider Rasool (PAK)

5 December 2011[9]
16:05
South Korea  1–6  New Zealand
Cho Suk-hoon Goal 33' Report McAleese Goal 26'36'
Burrows Goal 34'
Wilson Goal 52'
Neal Goal 63'
Hayward Goal 70'
Umpires:
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
Gareth Greenfield (NZL)

6 December 2011[9]
14:05
South Korea  3–3  Germany
You Hyo-sik Goal 48'
Kim Young-jin Goal 54'
Seo Jong-ho Goal 64'
Report Fuchs Goal 31'
Montag Goal 34'
Matania Goal 67'
Umpires:
Haider Rasool (PAK)
Nigel Iggo (NZL)

6 December 2011[9]
18:05
Netherlands  3–3  New Zealand
Bakker Goal 28'
Hertzberger Goal 29'
Taekema Goal 48'
Report Hilton Goal 53'
Burrows Goal 55'
Couzins Goal 66'
Umpires:
Peter Wright (RSA)
Hamish Jamson (ENG)

Second round[edit]

Pool C[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Australia 3 3 0 0 9 5 +4 9
 Spain 3 2 0 1 8 6 +2 6
 New Zealand 3 0 1 2 6 8 −2 1
 Netherlands 3 0 1 2 6 10 −4 1
8 December 2011
16:05
Netherlands  2−4  Australia
Bakker Goal 47'
Verga Goal 69'
Report Ciriello Goal 29'
Gohdes Goal 50'61'
Dwyer Goal 64'
Umpires:
German Montes de Oca (ARG)
Nigel Iggo (NZL)

8 December 2011
18:05
Spain  3−2  New Zealand
R. Alegre Goal 32'
Tubau Goal 42'
D. Alegre Goal 66'
Report Hayward Goal 16'
Hilton Goal 36'
Umpires:
Kim Hong-lae (KOR)
Murray Grime (AUS)

10 December 2011
16:05
Netherlands  1−3  Spain
De Voogd Goal 33' Report Tubau Goal 2'
Oliva Goal 25'
Dabanch Goal 51'
Umpires:
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
Kim Hong-lae (KOR)

10 December 2011
18:05
Australia  2–1  New Zealand
Abbott Goal 14'
Ockenden Goal 58'
Report Hayward Goal 31'
Umpires:
Nathan Stagno (GIB)
German Montes de Oca (ARG)

Pool D[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Germany 3 2 1 0 10 4 +6 7
 Great Britain 3 2 0 1 7 6 +1 6
 Pakistan 3 1 0 2 7 9 −2 3
 South Korea 3 0 1 2 8 13 −5 1
8 December 2011
12:05
Pakistan  6−2  South Korea
Imran Goal 15'69'
Khan Goal 16'61'
W. Ahmad Goal 63'
Rasool Goal 63'
Report Lee Nam-yong Goal 7'
Nam Hyun-woo Goal 27'
Umpires:
Satoshi Kondo (JPN)
Peter Wright (RSA)

8 December 2011
14:05
Great Britain  1−2  Germany
Kirkham Goal 22' Report Zwicker Goal 4'
Montag Goal 70+'
Umpires:
Haider Rasool (PAK)
Gareth Greenfield (NZL)

10 December 2011
12:05
Germany  5−0  Pakistan
Matania Goal 13'
Montag Goal 26'
Weß Goal 42'
Fuchs Goal 49'
Fürk Goal 62'
Report
Umpires:
Murray Grime (AUS)
Gareth Greenfield (NZL)

10 December 2011
14:05
Great Britain  4−3  South Korea
Tindall Goal 47'66'
Jackson Goal 60'
Pearn Goal 68'
Report You Hyo-sik Goal 31'
Seo Jong-ho Goal 45'
Nam Hyun-woo Goal 67'
Umpires:
Satoshi Kondo (JPN)
Haider Rasool (PAK)

Classification[edit]

Seventh and eighth[edit]

11 December 2011
10:35
Pakistan  5–4 (a.e.t.)  South Korea
Rizwan Sr. Goal 6'75'
Imran Goal 27'
Tousiq Goal 34'
Khan Goal 44'
Report Seo Jong-ho Goal 5'
Jang Kyu-yeob Goal 21'
You Hyo-sik Goal 54'62'
Umpires:
Peter Wright (RSA)
Gareth Greenfield (NZL)

Fifth and sixth[edit]

11 December 2011
13:05
Germany  1–0  Great Britain
Stralkowski Goal 30' Report
Umpires:
Nigel Iggo (NZL)
Murray Grime (AUS)

Third and fourth[edit]

11 December 2011
15:35
New Zealand  3–5  Netherlands
Wilson Goal 18'
Child Goal 33'
Jenness Goal 65'
Report Hertzberger Goal 5'
De Nooijer Goal 28'
Van der Weerden Goal 57'
De Voogd Goal 67'
Bakker Goal 69'
Umpires:
Nathan Stagno (GIB)
German Montes de Oca (ARG)

Final[edit]

11 December 2011
18:05
Australia  1–0  Spain
Ockenden Goal 59' Report
Umpires:
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
Kim Hong-lae (KOR)

Awards[edit]

Best Player Topscorer Best Goalkeeper Fair Play Trophy
Spain Santi Freixa Australia Jamie Dwyer New Zealand Kyle Pontifex  Australia

Final standings[edit]

  1.  Australia
  2.  Spain
  3.  Netherlands
  4.  New Zealand
  5.  Germany
  6.  Great Britain
  7.  Pakistan
  8.  South Korea

References[edit]

  1. ^ "India to host Champions Trophy 2011". The Times of India. 2010-07-21. Retrieved 2010-10-14. 
  2. ^ "FIH President meets Ajay Maken / CT Dates announced". FIH. 2011-02-04. Retrieved 2011-02-06. 
  3. ^ "2011 Men's Champions Trophy no longer in India". FIH. 2011-09-06. Retrieved 2011-09-06. 
  4. ^ "New Zealand named host of 2011 Champions Trophy". FIH. 2011-09-13. Retrieved 2011-09-13. 
  5. ^ "Australia win Owen G Glenn FIH Champions Trophy". fih.ch. 2011-12-11. 
  6. ^ "The biggest international hockey event for 2011 is coming to New Zealand" (PDF). New Zealand Major Events. 2011-09-13. Retrieved 2011-10-25. 
  7. ^ "FIH announces new Champions Trophy qualifications rules". Hockey Asia. 2010-08-05. Retrieved 2010-10-14. 
  8. ^ a b "FIH confirms participating teams for 2011 tournaments". FIH. 2010-12-16. Retrieved 2011-02-06. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h "Owen G Glenn FIH Champions Trophy: Rescheduled matches". fih.ch. 2011-12-04. Retrieved 2011-12-04. 

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