2016 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy

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2016 Men's Hockey
Champions Trophy
2016 Men & Women's Hockey Champions Trophy Logo.jpg
Tournament details
Host countryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Dates10–17 June
Teams6
Venue(s)Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre
Top three teams
Champions Australia (14th title)
Runner-up India
Third place Germany
Tournament statistics
Matches played18
Goals scored74 (4.11 per match)
Top scorer(s)Germany Marco Miltkau (4 goals)
Best playerGermany Tobias Hauke
2014 (previous) (next) 2018

The 2016 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy was the 36th edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy for men. It was held between 10 and 17 June 2016 in London, United Kingdom.[1]

Australia won the tournament for a record fourteenth time after defeating India 3–1 in the final on a penalty shoot-out after a 0–0 draw.[2]

Host city change[edit]

When the FIH unveiled the event hosts for the 2015–2018 cycle, Argentina was chosen to host this tournament for the first time.[3] After the success of the 2012–13 Women's World League Final played in San Miguel de Tucumán, in early 2015 this city was announced as the host for the 2016 edition of the Champions Trophy.[4] However, in March 2016, the FIH had to terminate all contractual agreements with Argentina as the Argentine Hockey Confederation was unable to fulfil their contractual obligations in regards to television rights, sponsorship and the hosting of events. London was announced as the host instead.[5]

Format[edit]

After three editions with two different formats, it was decided to go back to the same one used up until the 2010 edition which consisted of a six-team, round robin tournament.

Qualification[edit]

A change in the qualification process was decided, similar to the one used up until 2010. Alongside the host nation, the last Olympic, World Cup and World League champions qualify automatically as well as the winner of the 2014 Champions Challenge I. The remaining spot will be nominated by the FIH Executive Board, making a total of 6 competing teams. If teams qualify under more than once criteria, the additional teams will be invited by the FIH Executive Board as well.[6]

Umpires[edit]

Below are the nine umpires appointed by the International Hockey Federation:

  • Diego Barbas (ARG)
  • Chen Dekang (CHN)
  • Lim Hong Zhen (SIN)
  • Jakub Mejzlík (CZE)
  • Raghu Prasad (IND)
  • Haider Rasool (PAK)
  • Nathan Stagno (GBR)
  • David Tomlinson (NZL)
  • Coen van Bunge (NED)

Results[edit]

All times are local (UTC+1).[7]

Pool[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Australia 5 4 1 0 14 7 +7 13 Final
2  India 5 2 1 2 10 11 −1 7
3  Germany 5 1 3 1 18 12 +6 6 Third place game
4  Great Britain 5 1 3 1 9 7 +2 6
5  Belgium 5 1 2 2 9 12 −3 5 Fifth place game
6  South Korea 5 1 0 4 6 17 −11 3
Source: FIH
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) goals scored; 4) head-to-head result.[8]
10 June 2016
16:00
Germany  3–3  India
Grambusch Goal 26'36'
Gomoll Goal 57'
Report Raghunath Goal 7'
Mand. Singh Goal 26'
Harm. Singh Goal 32'
Umpires:
Diego Barbas (ARG)
Lim Hong Zhen (SIN)
10 June 2016
18:00
Belgium  0–2  South Korea
Report Yang Goal 26'
Jung Goal 43'
Umpires:
Nathan Stagno (GBR)
Haider Rasool (PAK)
10 June 2016
20:00
Great Britain  0–0  Australia
Report
Umpires:
Chen Dekang (CHN)
David Tomlinson (NZL)

11 June 2016
14:00
Germany  4–4  Belgium
Hauke Goal 3'
Miltkau Goal 24'51'
Korn Goal 54'
Report Dockier Goal 17'
Van Doren Goal 30'
De Paeuw Goal 39'
Van Aubel Goal 41'
Umpires:
David Tomlinson (NZL)
Raghu Prasad (IND)
11 June 2016
16:00
India  2–1  Great Britain
Mand. Singh Goal 17'
Harm. Singh Goal 34'
Report Jackson Goal 35'
Umpires:
Coen van Bunge (NED)
Diego Barbas (ARG)
11 June 2016
18:00
Australia  4–2  South Korea
Govers Goal 27'
Ockenden Goal 37'
Mitton Goal 51'
Turner Goal 60'
Report Kim Ju-h. Goal 38'
Kim Jun. Goal 45'
Umpires:
Lim Hong Zhen (SIN)
Jakub Mejzlík (CZE)

13 June 2016
12:00
South Korea  1–4  Great Britain
You S. Goal 22' Report Jackson Goal 12'
Condon Goal 18'46'
Brogdon Goal 33'
Umpires:
Jakub Mejzlík (CZE)
Raghu Prasad (IND)
13 June 2016
14:00
Germany  3–4  Australia
Fuchs Goal 12'30'
Hauke Goal 14'
Report Turner Goal 17'
White Goal 22'
Govers Goal 40'
Zalewski Goal 53'
Umpires:
Nathan Stagno (GBR)
Coen van Bunge (NED)
13 June 2016
16:00
Belgium  2–1  India
Hendrickx Goal 25'
Truyens Goal 44'
Report Walmiki Goal 30'
Umpires:
David Tomlinson (NZL)
Chen Dekang (CHN)

14 June 2016
16:00
India  2–1  South Korea
Sunil Goal 39'
Thimmaiah Goal 57'
Report Kim Ju-h. Goal 57'
Umpires:
Nathan Stagno (GBR)
Lim Hong Zhen (SIN)
14 June 2016
18:00
Australia  2–0  Belgium
Turner Goal 38'
White Goal 49'
Report
Umpires:
Chen Dekang (CHN)
Diego Barbas (ARG)
14 June 2016
20:00
Great Britain  1–1  Germany
Jackson Goal 48' Report Hauke Goal 29'
Umpires:
Coen van Bunge (NED)
Raghu Prasad (IND)

16 June 2016
16:00
Australia  4–2  India
Mitton Goal 20'
Zalewski Goal 23'
Ogilvie Goal 35'
White Goal 45'
Report Raghunath Goal 45'
Mand. Singh Goal 49'
Umpires:
Coen van Bunge (NED)
Nathan Stagno (GBR)
16 June 2016
18:00
South Korea  0–7  Germany
Report Staib Goal 12'60'
Grambusch Goal 27'
Deecke Goal 29'35'
Herzbruch Goal 32'
Miltkau Goal 58'
Umpires:
Chen Dekang (CHN)
Jakub Mejzlík (CZE)
16 June 2016
20:00
Great Britain  3–3  Belgium
Middleton Goal 25'59'
Ames Goal 57'
Report Briels Goal 1'
Luypaert Goal 30'42'
Umpires:
David Tomlinson (NZL)
Lim Hong Zhen (SIN)

Classification[edit]

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

17 June 2016
15:45
Belgium  4–3  South Korea
Gougnard Goal 20'49'
Cosyns Goal 53'
Van Aubel Goal 54'
Report Seo J. Goal 24'
Yang Goal 34'35'
Umpires:
Nathan Stagno (GBR)
Chen Dekang (CHN)

Third and fourth place[edit]

17 June 2016
18:00
Germany  1–0  Great Britain
Miltkau Goal 40' Report
Umpires:
Lim Hong Zhen (SIN)
Jakub Mejzlík (CZE)

Final[edit]

17 June 2016
20:15
Australia  0–0  India
Report
Penalties
Zalewski Penalty stroke scored
Beale Penalty stroke scored
Mitton Penalty stroke missed
Orchard Penalty stroke scored
3–1 Penalty stroke missed Uthappa
Penalty stroke missed Sunil
Penalty stroke scored Harm. Singh
Penalty stroke missed Kumar
Umpires:
Coen van Bunge (NED)
David Tomlinson (NZL)

Final standings[edit]

  1.  Australia
  2.  India
  3.  Germany
  4.  Great Britain
  5.  Belgium
  6.  South Korea

Awards[edit]

Top Goalscorer[2] Player of the Tournament Goalkeeper of the Tournament Young Player of the Tournament
Germany Marco Miltkau Germany Tobias Hauke United Kingdom George Pinner India Harmanpreet Singh

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIH confirms location, teams and schedule for men's Hockey Champions Trophy 2016". FIH. 2015-03-07. Retrieved 2015-03-07.
  2. ^ a b "Hero Hockey Champions Trophy 2016: Australia break Indian hearts in final". FIH. 18 June 2016. Retrieved 18 June 2016.
  3. ^ "FIH unveils event hosts for 2015-2018 cycle". FIH. 2013-11-08. Retrieved 2013-11-08.
  4. ^ "Tucumán será sede del evento más importante". La Gaceta Deportiva. 2015-04-17. Retrieved 2016-03-07.
  5. ^ "Champions Trophy: London steps in to host men's tournament". BBC. 2016-03-07. Retrieved 2016-03-08.
  6. ^ "Qualification Criteria for the Hockey Champions Trophy 2016" (PDF). International Hockey Federation. FIH.ch. 2014-05-12. Retrieved 2014-06-24.
  7. ^ "FIH confirms location, teams and schedule for men's Hockey Champions Trophy 2016". fih.ch. 7 March 2016.
  8. ^ "FIH Tournament Regulations - January 2015" (PDF). Retrieved 19 June 2016.

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