Field hockey at the 1974 Asian Games

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Field hockey
at the 1974 Asian Games
Field hockey pictogram.svg
Venues Tehran, Iran
Dates September 6 – 15, 1974
1970 1978

The Field hockey events at the 1974 Asian Games were held in Tehran, Iran between 6 September and 15 September 1974.

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
details
 Pakistan
Muhammad Azam
Arshad Chaudhury
Manzoor-ul-Hassan
Shamim Ilyas
Muhammad Saeed Khan
Samiullah Khan
Arshad Mahmood
Saleem Nazim
Qayyum Niazi
Abdul Rashid
Akhtar Rasool
Shahnaz Sheikh
Zahid Sheikh
Saleem Sherwani
Islahuddin Siddique
Iftikhar Syed
Hidayat Ullah
Munawwaruz Zaman
 India
Vasudevan Baskaran
John Correia
Leslie Fernandez
M. P. Ganesh
B. P. Govinda
Aslam Sher Khan
Mehboob Khan
Ashok Kumar
K. N. Kusha
Victor John Phillips
Ajit Singh
Ajit Pal Singh
Baldev Singh
Chand Singh
Harcharan Singh
Harmik Singh
Surjeet Singh
Varinder Singh
 Malaysia
K. Balasingam
Murugesan Mahendran
Mohd Anwar Nor
Len Oliveiro
Ow Soon Kooi
Nallasamy Palanisamy
Ramalingam Pathmarajah
Poon Fook Loke
K. T. Rajan
Rengasamy Ramakrishnan
Sri Shanmuganathan
Savinder Singh
Brian Sta Maria
Wong Choon Hin
Mohd Azraai Zain
Khairuddin Zainal

Results[edit]

All times are Iran Standard Time (UTC+03:30)

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Pakistan 5 4 1 0 35 1 +34 9
 India 5 4 1 0 25 1 +24 9
 Malaysia 5 2 1 2 15 6 +9 5
 Japan 5 2 1 2 8 6 +2 5
 Sri Lanka 5 1 0 4 11 29 −18 2
 Iran 5 0 0 5 1 52 −51 0
6 September
13:30
Malaysia  9–0  Iran
Tehran

6 September
13:30
Japan  1–0  Sri Lanka
Tehran

7 September
15:30
India  Suspended  Sri Lanka
Tehran
  • Due to stormy weather, the match was abandoned with India leading 6–0; The replay was scheduled for 11 September.

7 September
15:30
Pakistan  Suspended  Iran
Tehran
  • Due to stormy weather, the match was abandoned with Pakistan leading 4–0; The replay was scheduled for 11 September.

8 September
15:30
Pakistan  4–0  Malaysia
Tehran

8 September
16:00
India  3–0  Japan
Tehran

9 September
15:30
Japan  7–0  Iran
Tehran

9 September
15:30
Malaysia  6–0  Sri Lanka
Tehran

10 September
15:30
India  12–0  Iran
Tehran

10 September
15:30
Pakistan  14–0  Sri Lanka
Tehran

11 September
9:30
India  7–0  Sri Lanka
Tehran

11 September
9:30
Pakistan  13–0  Iran
Tehran

12 September
15:30
Pakistan  3–0  Japan
Tehran

12 September
16:00
India  2–0  Malaysia
Tehran

13 September
15:30
Japan  0–0  Malaysia
Tehran

13 September
16:00
Sri Lanka  11–1  Iran
Tehran

14 September
15:30
Pakistan  1–1  India
Tehran

  • Since both Malaysia and Japan were tied on points, a play-off game was played to decide the 3rd team.
14 September
10:00
Malaysia  3–1  Japan
Tehran

  • Since both Pakistan and India were tied on points, a play-off game was played to decide the gold medalist.
15 September
10:00
Pakistan  2–0  India
Tehran

Final standing[edit]

Rank Team Pld W D L
1st, gold medalist(s)  Pakistan 6 5 1 0
2nd, silver medalist(s)  India 6 4 1 1
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Malaysia 6 3 1 2
4  Japan 6 2 1 3
5  Sri Lanka 5 1 0 4
6  Iran 5 0 0 5

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