Spain women's national field hockey team

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Spain
Spain
Association Real Federación Española de Hockey
(Royal Spanish Hockey Federation)
Confederation EHF (Europe)
Coach Adrian Lock
Assistant coach Jordi Alastrue
Manager Jorge García
Captain Rocío Ybarra
FIH ranking 14 (2014)
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First kit
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Second kit

The Spain women's national field hockey team represents Spain in the international field hockey competitions.

The team made history when they won the gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics at their first ever Olympic appearance in front of their home crowd in Terrassa, coached at the time by Pablo Usoz.[1]

Results[edit]

Summer Olympics
  • 1992Gold Medal: Gold medal.svg
  • 1996Eighth place
  • 2000Fourth place
  • 2004Tenth place
  • 2008Seventh place
  • 2012Did not qualify

Hockey World Cup

  • 1974Sixth place
  • 1976Fifth place
  • 1978Eighth place
  • 1981Tenth place
  • 1986Eleventh place
  • 1990Fifth place
  • 1994Eighth place
  • 2002Eighth place
  • 2006Fourth place
  • 2010Twelfth place

FIH Hockey World League

EuroHockey Nations Championship

  • 1984Seventh place
  • 1987Fifth place
  • 1991Sixth place
  • 1995Silver Medal: Med 2.png
  • 1999Fourth place
  • 2003Silver Medal: Med 2.png
  • 2005Fourth place
  • 2007Fourth place
  • 2009Fourth place
  • 2011Fourth place
  • 2013Fifth place

Hockey Champions Trophy

  • 1991Fourth place
  • 1993Fifth place
  • 1995Fifth place
  • 2001Sixth place
  • 2007Sixth place

Hockey Champions Challenge I

  • 2003Silver Medal: Med 2.png
  • 2005Sixth place
  • 2009Fourth place
  • 2011Fourth place
  • 2014 - Fourth place

Current squad[edit]

Selection for the 2013 Women's EuroHockey Nations Championship.[2]

Head Coach: Adrian Lock

Famous players[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]