2018 Men's Indoor Hockey World Cup

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2018 Men's Indoor Hockey World Cup
Tournament details
Host country Germany
CityBerlin
Dates7–11 February
Teams12 (from 5 confederations)
Venue(s)Max-Schmeling-Halle
Top three teams
Champions Austria (1st title)
Runner-up Germany
Third place Iran
Tournament statistics
Matches played40
Goals scored306 (7.65 per match)
Top scorer(s)Germany Christopher Rühr (19 goals)
Best playerGermany Christopher Rühr
2015 (previous) (next) 2022

The 2018 Men's Indoor Hockey World Cup was the fifth edition of this tournament and played from 7 to 11 February 2018 in Berlin, Germany.[1] The Netherlands were the reigning champions, but did not return to defend their title due to their poor performance at the 2016 European Indoor Championship.

Austria defeated Germany the final after penalties to win their first title, while Iran secured their first medal.[2]

Qualification[edit]

Twelve teams qualified to participate in the tournament.[3].

Host nation & Continental qualifiers
Dates Event Quotas Qualifier(s)
18 January 2017 Host nation 1  Germany
24–28 April 2017 Asian Indoor Cup 1  Iran
23–25 June 2017 African Indoor Cup 1  South Africa
15–17 January 2016 European Nations Indoor Cup 1  Austria
Oceania Indoor Qualification Tournament 1  Australia
16–21 October 2017 Pan American Indoor Cup 1  Trinidad and Tobago
Best six ranked teams from continental tournaments
Dates Event Quotas Qualifier(s)
24–28 April 2017 Asian Indoor Cup 1  Kazakhstan
15–17 January 2016 European Nations Indoor Cup 5  Belgium
 Czech Republic
 Poland
 Russia
  Switzerland

Umpires[edit]

12 umpires were appointed by the FIH for this tournament.[4]

  • Diego Barbas (ARG)
  • Lee Barron (ENG)
  • Adam Barry (AUS)
  • Daniel Denta (DEN)
  • Bart de Liefde (NED)
  • Michael Eilmer (AUT)
  • Donny Gobinsingh (TRI)
  • Ben Göntgen (GER)
  • Aliaksandr Hrachou (BLR)
  • Pawel Linkowski (POL)
  • Luis Martínez (ESP)
  • Ayden Shrives (RSA)

Results[edit]

The schedule was released on 19 September 2017.[5]

All times are local (UTC+1).

First round[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Germany (H) 5 5 0 0 44 11 +33 15 Quarter-finals
2  Australia 5 3 1 1 21 19 +2 10
3  Czech Republic 5 2 2 1 26 16 +10 8
4  Poland 5 2 1 2 31 22 +9 7
5  Trinidad and Tobago 5 1 0 4 21 39 −18 3 Ninth place game
6  Kazakhstan 5 0 0 5 11 47 −36 0 Eleventh place game
Source: FIH
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) goals scored; 4) head-to-head result.[6]
(H) Host.
7 February 2018
12:30
Germany  15–0  Kazakhstan
Rühr Goal 1'5'17'22'
Grambusch Goal 3'12'14'
Otte Goal 7'
Zwicker Goal 9'
Häner Goal 10'
Miltkau Goal 11'22'25'
Pehlke Goal 20'39'
Report
Umpires:
Ayden Shrives (RSA)
Donny Gobinsingh (TRI)
7 February 2018
12:45
Czech Republic  7–2  Trinidad and Tobago
Kyndl Goal 3'9'
Vacek Goal 4'28'
Plochý Goal 6'
Procházka Goal 14'
Seemann Goal 16'
Report Daniel Goal 36'
Emmanuel Goal 40'
Umpires:
Daniel Denta (DEN)
Michael Eilmer (AUT)
7 February 2018
13:55
Poland  3–5  Australia
Weide Goal 22'31'
Żywiczka Goal 32'
Report Sutherland Goal 2'
Hayes Goal 16'24'38'
Knee Goal 18'
Umpires:
Ben Göntgen (GER)
Diego Barbas (ARG)
7 February 2018
19:30
Poland  11–5  Trinidad and Tobago
Makowski Goal 19'
Kasprzyk Goal 20'22'
Mikuła Goal 23'32'39'
Górny Goal 24'24'
Weide Goal 28'37'
Poltaszewski Goal 40'
Report Eccles Goal 8'
Pierre Goal 9'14'
De Gannes Goal 23'
Vieira Goal 25'
Umpires:
Daniel Denta (DEN)
Diego Barbas (ARG)
7 February 2018
19:45
Kazakhstan  3–9  Czech Republic
Urmanov Goal 2'38'
Tashkeyev Goal 12'
Report Kyndl Goal 2'22'27'30'35'
Seemann Goal 3'
Vacek Goal 3'17'
Procházka Goal 36'
Umpires:
Luis Martínez (ESP)
Ben Göntgen (GER)
7 February 2018
20:45
Germany  7–1  Australia
Miltkau Goal 8'20'26'
Rühr Goal 17'27'27'40'
Report Hayes Goal 14'
Umpires:
Bart de Liefde (NED)
Michael Eilmer (AUT)

8 February 2018
12:30
Czech Republic  5–6  Germany
Vacek Goal 4'
Kyndl Goal 8'
Seemann Goal 11'
Plochý Goal 19'
Procházka Goal 28'
Report Hauke Goal 3'
Rühr Goal 13'
Miltkau Goal 16'
Grambusch Goal 33'34'37'
Umpires:
Lee Barron (ENG)
Pawel Linkowski (POL)
8 February 2018
12:45
Kazakhstan  3–11  Poland
Tashkeyev Goal 20'
Uzbek Goal 25'
Kozhym Goal 30'
Report Poltaszewski Goal 2'
Mikuła Goal 3'12'26'
Weide Goal 10'19'35'
Górny Goal 23'37'38'40'
Umpires:
Luis Martínez (ESP)
Donny Gobinsingh (TRI)
8 February 2018
15:05
Trinidad and Tobago  6–7  Australia
Pierre Goal 2'
Toussaint Goal 10'
Eccles Goal 18'40'40+'
Reynos Goal 27'
Report Seccull Goal 5'17'
Hayes Goal 11'26'
Sutherland Goal 15'
Ogilvie Goal 19'
Noblett Goal 30'
Umpires:
Aliaksandr Hrachou (BLR)
Ayden Shrives (RSA)
8 February 2018
19:30
Poland  3–6  Germany
Bratkowski Goal 12'
Majchrzak Goal 28'
Weide Goal 37'
Report Miltkau Goal 4'
Pehlke Goal 10'26'
Rühr Goal 18'
Häner Goal 25'
Grambusch Goal 40'
Umpires:
Aliaksandr Hrachou (BLR)
Ayden Shrives (RSA)
8 February 2018
21:50
Australia  2–2  Czech Republic
Sherren Goal 4'
Seccull Goal 23'
Report Kyndl Goal 20'
Procházka Goal 40+'
Umpires:
Pawel Linkowski (POL)
Bart de Liefde (NED)
8 February 2018
22:05
Trinidad and Tobago  6–4  Kazakhstan
Toussaint Goal 5'7'31'
Pierre Goal 23'
Emmanuel Goal 24'
Reynos Goal 31'
Report Dyussebekov Goal 17'
Urmanov Goal 28'29'
Kozhym Goal 32'
Umpires:
Lee Barron (ENG)
Adam Barry (AUS)

9 February 2018
10:40
Australia  6–1  Kazakhstan
Seccull Goal 11'
Sherren Goal 18'
Hayes Goal 18'
Knee Goal 25'
Sinclair Goal 34'
Campbell Goal 37'
Report Kozhym Goal 36'
Umpires:
Donny Gobinsingh (TRI)
Diego Barbas (ARG)
9 February 2018
11:50
Germany  10–2  Trinidad and Tobago
Miltkau Goal 2'8'
Pehlke Goal 19'40'
Zwicker Goal 22'
Rühr Goal 25'31'31'38'
Hauke Goal 26'
Report Toussaint Goal 11'
Pierre Goal 35'
Umpires:
Daniel Denta (DEN)
Ayden Shrives (RSA)
9 February 2018
12:05
Czech Republic  3–3  Poland
Seemann Goal 1'
Kyndl Goal 19'
Plochý Goal 37'
Report Bratkowski Goal 5'
Poltaszewski Goal 9'
Weide Goal 22'
Umpires:
Aliaksandr Hrachou (BLR)
Adam Barry (AUS)

Pool B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Austria 5 3 2 0 26 14 +12 11 Quarter-finals
2  Iran 5 3 2 0 21 13 +8 11
3  Belgium 5 2 1 2 19 17 +2 7
4   Switzerland 5 2 1 2 9 11 −2 7
5  Russia 5 2 0 3 18 19 −1 6 Ninth place game
6  South Africa 5 0 0 5 9 28 −19 0 Eleventh place game
Source: FIH
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) goals scored; 4) head-to-head result.[6]
7 February 2018
13:40
Russia  5–0  South Africa
Golubev Goal 17'
Proskuriakov Goal 20'29'40'
Loginov Goal 36'
Report
Umpires:
Bart de Liefde (NED)
Pawel Linkowski (POL)
7 February 2018
14:50
Iran  5–1   Switzerland
Beiranvand Goal 11'
Norouzzadeh Goal 15'32'
Asnaashari Goal 25'
Nooranian Goal 37'
Report Keller Goal 8'
Umpires:
Aliaksandr Hrachou (BLR)
Adam Barry (AUS)
7 February 2018
15:05
Austria  7–2  Belgium
Körper Goal 2'23'27'34'
Eitenberger Goal 3'
Uher Goal 35'
Stanzl Goal 39'
Report Zimmer Goal 7'
Dykmans Goal 27'
Umpires:
Luis Martínez (ESP)
Lee Barron (ENG)
7 February 2018
20:55
Russia  1–3   Switzerland
Zamalutdinov Goal 10' Report Morard Goal 14'
Feller Goal 39'
Greder Goal 40'
Umpires:
Ayden Shrives (RSA)
Pawel Linkowski (POL)
7 February 2018
21:50
Austria  6–3  South Africa
Stanzl Goal 4'17'
Körper Goal 23'28'
Steyrer Goal 24'
Uher Goal 29'
Report Eustice Goal 9'
Fairweather Goal 33'
Mea Goal 40'
Umpires:
Aliaksandr Hrachou (BLR)
Donny Gobinsingh (TRI)
7 February 2018
22:05
Belgium  3–3  Iran
Charlier Goal 2'
Boon Goal 19'35'
Report Norouzzadeh Goal 4'15'33'
Umpires:
Adam Barry (AUS)
Lee Barron (ENG)

8 February 2018
13:40
Belgium  4–5  Russia
Plennevaux Goal 18'38'
Boon Goal 22'40'
Asnaashari Goal 25'
Nooranian Goal 37'
Report Zamalutdinov Goal 4'
Proskuriakov Goal 14'27'
Kornilov Goal 30'36'
Umpires:
Diego Barbas (ARG)
Michael Eilmer (AUT)
8 February 2018
13:55
Switzerland   3–1  South Africa
Morard Goal 4'9'18' Report Rosenberg Goal 22'
Umpires:
Daniel Denta (DEN)
Ben Göntgen (GER)
8 February 2018
14:50
Iran  3–3  Austria
Taherirad Goal 7'37'
Norouzzadeh Goal 8'
Report Körper Goal 13'20+'
Stanzl Goal 26'
Umpires:
Bart de Liefde (NED)
Adam Barry (AUS)
8 February 2018
19:45
South Africa  3–6  Iran
Paton Goal 15'
Jones Goal 19'
Rosenberg Goal 29'
Report Norouzzadeh Goal 17'27'29'37'
Sadi Goal 27'
Taherirad Goal 38'
Umpires:
Michael Eilmer (AUT)
Luis Martínez (ESP)
8 February 2018
20:40
Switzerland   0–2  Belgium
Report Boon Goal 14'
Plennevaux Goal 25'
Umpires:
Diego Barbas (ARG)
Daniel Denta (DEN)
8 February 2018
20:55
Russia  4–8  Austria
Kornilov Goal 6'
Proskuriakov Goal 9'
Agafontsev Goal 23'
Golubev Goal 33'
Report Körper Goal 2'11'20'25'
Stanzl Goal 8'
Uher Goal 18'28'
Bele Goal 38'
Umpires:
Ayden Shrives (RSA)
Ben Göntgen (GER)

9 February 2018
09:30
Iran  4–3  Russia
Aroei Goal 6'
Beiranvand Goal 24'
Taherirad Goal 25'
Bohlouli Goal 26'
Report Proskuriakov Goal 7'10'
Golubev Goal 23'
Umpires:
Pawel Linkowski (POL)
Ben Göntgen (GER)
9 February 2018
09:45
South Africa  2–8  Belgium
Fairweather Goal 11'25' Report Plennevaux Goal 3'34'
Dykmans Goal 7'20'39'
Zimmer Goal 10'
Boon Goal 23'
Degroote Goal 36'
Umpires:
Lee Barron (ENG)
Michael Eilmer (AUT)
9 February 2018
10:55
Austria  2–2   Switzerland
Hasun Goal 20'
Stanzl Goal 28'
Report Morard Goal 19'
Feller Goal 32'
Umpires:
Bart de Liefde (NED)
Luis Martínez (ESP)

Second round[edit]

 
QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
 
          
 
9 February 2018
 
 
 Germany3
 
10 February 2018
 
  Switzerland0
 
 Germany6
 
9 February 2018
 
 Iran2
 
 Iran (p.s.o.)2 (2)
 
11 February 2018
 
 Czech Republic2 (1)
 
 Germany3 (2)
 
9 February 2018
 
 Austria (p.s.o.)3 (3)
 
 Australia4
 
10 February 2018
 
 Belgium2
 
 Australia1
 
9 February 2018
 
 Austria2 Third place game
 
 Austria2
 
11 February 2018
 
 Poland1
 
 Iran5
 
 
 Australia0
 

Quarter-finals[edit]

9 February 2018
17:00
Iran  2–2  Czech Republic
Norouzzadeh Goal 19'28' Report Procházka Goal 13'
Jahoda Goal 15'
Penalties
Norouzzadeh Penalty stroke scored
Beiranvand Penalty stroke scored
2–1 Penalty stroke scored Vacek
Penalty stroke missed Plochý
Penalty stroke missed Seemann
Umpires:
Michael Eilmer (AUT)
Ayden Shrives (RSA)

9 February 2018
18:30
Austria  2–1  Poland
Eitenberger Goal 24'
Körper Goal 38'
Report Makowski Goal 32'
Umpires:
Ben Göntgen (GER)
Bart de Liefde (NED)

9 February 2018
20:00
Germany  3–0   Switzerland
Miltkau Goal 8'
Häner Goal 17'
Rühr Goal 30'
Report
Umpires:
Adam Barry (AUS)
Lee Barron (ENG)

9 February 2018
21:30
Australia  4–2  Belgium
Hayes Goal 2'29'
Sherren Goal 11'
Knee Goal 40'
Report Degroote Goal 24'
Zimmer Goal 37'
Umpires:
Pawel Linkowski (POL)
Diego Barbas (ARG)

Eleventh and twelfth place[edit]

10 February 2018
10:30
Kazakhstan  1–6  South Africa
Urmanov Goal 39' Report Fairweather Goal 9'20'
Julius Goal 24'
Jones Goal 25'
Eustice Goal 32'37'
Umpires:
Donny Gobinsingh (TRI)
Pawel Linkowski (POL)
Trinidad and Tobago vs. Russia

Ninth and tenth place[edit]

10 February 2018
12:00
Trinidad and Tobago  2–3  Russia
Vieira Goal 20+'
Toussaint Goal 33'
Report Kuraev Goal 6'
Golubev Goal 10'40'
Umpires:
Diego Barbas (ARG)
Daniel Denta (DEN)

First to fourth place classification[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]
10 February 2018
16:30
Germany  6–2  Iran
Rühr Goal 5'12'23'
Pehlke Goal 7'
Häner Goal 39'
Weinke Goal 40'
Report Taherirad Goal 20'
Norouzzadeh Goal 35'
Umpires:
Bart de Liefde (NED)
Luis Martínez (ESP)

10 February 2018
18:00
Australia  1–2  Austria
Knee Goal 24' Report Körper Goal 20'31'
Umpires:
Ben Göntgen (GER)
Aliaksandr Hrachou (BLR)
Third and fourth place[edit]
11 February 2018
12:00
Iran  5–0  Australia
Taherirad Goal 14'
Norouzzadeh Goal 19'40'40'
Nooranian Goal 31'
Report
Umpires:
Ben Göntgen (GER)
Luis Martínez (ESP)
Final[edit]
11 February 2018
15:00
Germany  3–3  Austria
Häner Goal 6'
Zwicker Goal 8'
Rühr Goal 26'
Report Uher Goal 9'
Körper Goal 33'39'
Penalties
Hauke Penalty stroke missed
Miltkau Penalty stroke scored
Rühr Penalty stroke scored
Rühr Penalty stroke missed
Hauke Penalty stroke missed
2–3 Penalty stroke missed Eitenberger
Penalty stroke scored Unterkircher
Penalty stroke scored Körper
Penalty stroke missed Eitenberger
Penalty stroke scored Körper
Umpires:
Pawel Linkowski (POL)
Adam Barry (AUS)

Final standings[edit]

Rank Team
Gold medal icon.svg  Austria
Silver medal icon.svg  Germany
Bronze medal icon.svg  Iran
4  Australia
5  Czech Republic
6  Poland
7  Belgium
8   Switzerland
9  Russia
10  Trinidad and Tobago
11  South Africa
12  Kazakhstan

Awards[edit]

Top Goalscorer Player of the Tournament Goalkeeper of the Tournament Rising Player of the Tournament
Germany Christopher Rühr Germany Christopher Rühr Iran Sasan Hataminejad Austria Fabian Unterkirchen

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Berlin, Germany to host Hockey Indoor World Cup 2018". fih.ch. 18 January 2017. Retrieved 18 January 2017.
  2. ^ "Austria win 5th Men's Indoor Hockey World Cup in drama-filled final". fih.ch. 11 February 2017. Retrieved 11 February 2017.
  3. ^ Qualification structure
  4. ^ Officials
  5. ^ "FIH confirms Indoor Hockey World Cup, Berlin 2018 playing schedule". FIH. 19 September 2017.
  6. ^ a b Regulations

External links[edit]