Women's FIH Hockey Junior World Cup

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Women's FIH Hockey Junior World Cup
Most recent season or competition:
2022 Women's FIH Hockey Junior World Cup
SportField hockey
Founded1989; 33 years ago (1989)
Inaugural season1989
No. of teams16
ConfederationFIH (International)
Most recent
champion(s)
 Netherlands (4th title)
(2022)
Most titles Netherlands (4 titles)
QualificationContinental championships

The Women's FIH Hockey Junior World Cup, formerly known as the Women's Hockey Junior World Cup, is the field hockey Junior World Cup competition for women, with the format for qualification and the final tournament similar to the men's.

It is organized by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) and has been played since 1989. The tournament features players who are under 21 years of age and is held once every two years.

Four teams have dominated in past events. Netherlands is the most successful team, having won the tournament four times, this followed by Korea and Argentina. Germany have won the tournament once.

In response to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, the FIH banned Russia from the 2022 Women's FIH Hockey Junior World Cup, and banned Russian and Belarusian officials from FIH events.[1]

Results[edit]

Year Host Final Third place match Number of teams
Winner Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
1989
Details
Ottawa, Canada
West Germany
2–0
South Korea

Soviet Union
4–3
Netherlands
12
1993
Details
Terrassa, Spain
Argentina
2–1
Australia

Germany
2–2 (a.e.t.)
(3–2 p.s.)

South Korea
12
1997
Details
Seongnam, South Korea
Netherlands
2–0
Australia

Argentina
3–1
Germany
12
2001
Details
Buenos Aires, Argentina
South Korea
2–2 (a.e.t.)
(4–3 p.s.)

Argentina

Australia
2–0
Netherlands
15
2005
Details
Santiago, Chile
South Korea
1–0
Germany

Netherlands
2–1
Australia
16
2009
Details
Boston, United States
Netherlands
3–0
Argentina

South Korea
2–1
England
16
2013
Details
Mönchengladbach, Germany
Netherlands
1–1
(4–2 s.o.)

Argentina

India
1–1
(3–2 s.o.)

England
16
2016
Details
Santiago, Chile
Argentina
4–2
Netherlands

Australia
1–1
(3–1 s.o.)

Spain
16
2022
Details
Potchefstroom, South Africa
Netherlands
3–1
Germany

England
2–2
(3–0 s.o.)

India
15
2023
Details
Santiago, Chile 16

Summary[edit]

Team Titles Runners-up Third places Fourth places
 Netherlands 4 (1997, 2009, 2013, 2022) 1 (2016) 1 (2005) 2 (1989, 2001)
 Argentina 2 (1993, 2016) 3 (2001*, 2009, 2013) 1 (1997)
 South Korea 2 (2001, 2005) 1 (1989) 1 (2009) 1 (1993)
 Germany^ 1 (1989) 2 (2005, 2022) 1 (1993) 1 (1997)
 Australia 2 (1993, 1997) 2 (2001, 2016) 1 (2005)
 England 1 (2022) 2 (2009, 2013)
 India 1 (2013) 1 (2022)
 Soviet Union# 1 (1989)
 Spain 1 (2016)
* = hosts
^ = includes result representing West Germany in 1989
# = states that have since split into two or more independent nations

Team appearances[edit]

Team Canada
1989
Spain
1993
South Korea
1997
Argentina
2001
Chile
2005
United States
2009
Germany
2013
Chile
2016
South Africa
2022
Chile
2023
Total
 Argentina 6th 1st 3rd 2nd 5th 2nd 2nd 1st 5th 9
 Australia 2nd 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 3rd WD 7
 Austria 10th 1
 Belarus 14th 15th 2
 Belgium 13th 6th WD Q 3
 Canada 7th 8th 11th 13th 15th 14th 15th 7
 Chile 11th 12th 10th 12th 11th Q 7
 China 5th 6th 8th 13th 7th 12th 10th WD 7
 England 8th 9th 7th 8th 9th 4th 4th 7th 3rd Q 10
 France 14th 15th 2
 Germany^ 1st 3rd 4th 7th 2nd 6th 10th 5th 2nd Q 10
 Ghana 16th 1
 India 9th 11th 9th 3rd 4th 5
 Ireland 9th 1
 Japan 9th WD 1
 Lithuania 16th 1
 Kenya 10th 1
 Malaysia 11th 1
 Netherlands 4th 5th 1st 4th 3rd 1st 1st 2nd 1st Q 10
 New Zealand 9th 5th 10th 9th 13th WD 5
 Russia 15th 15th DSQ 2
 Scotland 11th 12th 2
 South Africa 6th 6th 8th 11th 8th 14th 7th 7
 South Korea 2nd 4th 5th 1st 1st 3rd 11th 12th 6th 9
 Soviet Union# 3rd Defunct 1
 Spain 7th 9th 10th 6th 13th 5th 4th WD Q 8
 Trinidad and Tobago 12th 1
 Ukraine 10th WD 1
 United States 10th 12th 14th 7th 8th 7th 8th 8th 8
 Uruguay 13th 1
 Wales 11th 14th 2
 Zimbabwe 12th 16th 16th 12th 4
Total 12 12 12 15 16 16 16 16 15 16
^ = includes result representing West Germany in 1989
# = states that have since split into two or more independent nations

Argentina, Korea, Germany, and Netherlands are the only teams to have competed at each Junior World Cup; 31 teams have competed in at least one Junior World Cup.

Debut of teams[edit]

Year Debuting teams Successor and
renamed teams
Teams No. CT
1989  Argentina,  Canada,  Chile,  China,  England,  West Germany,  Netherlands,  New Zealand,  South Korea,  Soviet Union,  United States,  Zimbabwe 12 12
1993  Australia,  Kenya,  Scotland,  Spain,  Trinidad and Tobago 5 17  Germany
1997  South Africa,  Ukraine 2 19
2001  India,  Russia,  Wales 3 22
2005  Belarus 1 23
2009  France,  Lithuania 2 25
2013  Belgium,  Ghana 2 27
2016  Japan 1 28
2022  Austria,  Ireland,  Malaysia,  Uruguay 4 32

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIH reiterates full support to Ukraine's hockey community | FIH".

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