Posted 9 months ago.
Following the completion of the Hockey World League Semi Finals events in Rotterdam, London and Johor Bahru, The International Hockey Federation (FIH) is pleased to bring you an update on the teams that have qualified for the 2014 Rabobank Hockey World Cup. The joint men’s and women’s event takes place from 31st May to 15th June 2014 in The Hague, The Netherlands. x 87 More
Posted 10 months ago.
Franzisca Hauke held her nerve at the critical time to put Germany’s named on the winner’s roster of the first World League semi-final as they saw off the Netherlands with an incredible finale in Rotterdam. For a long time, the Dutch hosts looked good value for the title as they led by virtue of Kim Lammers goal. But Janne Müller-Wieland’s corner goal inside the last two minutes levelled and sent the game to a shoot-out which Germany won 4-3. More
Posted 10 months ago.
Korea qualified for the 2014 World Cup in dramatic fashion as they recovered from a deep hole in a penalty shoot-out to outdo New Zealand who must now wait to see if they qualify for the elite event. New Zealand had led 2-0 in the shoot-out after two rounds only to succumb to a Korea side for whom Lee Sin Hye saved brilliantly three times while her attackers kept their nerve brilliantly. More
Japan eased to fifth place in the World League semi-final in Rotterdam as they had too much in the tank for Belgium, winning 3-1 to keep themselves in the mix for potential World Cup qualification.... More
The Netherlands continued to dominate at the Rabobank Hockey World League tournament and have now earned a spot in the final game thanks to a 5-2 win against New Zealand. The Dutch are... More
Posted 10 months ago. x 3
Germany became the first team to officially earn a spot in the Hockey World Cup 2014 after a come-from-behind 3-2 win in a thriller against Korea put them into the final game of the Rabobank Hockey... More
Japan and Belgium will meet in Saturday's fifth-place game after both earned victories in today's classification matches. Japan had no problem in their clear 4-0 win against India. But for Belgium... More
Posted 10 months ago. x 78
As part of the Rabobank Hockey World League Semi-Final festivities, the FIH today announced that the 2012 Women's Player of the Year is Dutch standout Maartje Paumen. It is the second consecutive... More
Posted 10 months ago. x 8
The semi-final picture is complete at the Rabo Bank World Hockey League tournament in Rotterdam. World #1 and host Netherlands will meet New Zealand in the semi-final game after earning a clear 8-1... More
Posted 10 months ago. x 7
Korea played a solid game of hockey today against Belgium and was rewarded with a spot in Thursday’s semi-final game against Germany at the Rabobank Hockey World League tournament. Korea went... More
Germany had its hands much fuller than expected in its quarterfinal meeting against 18th-ranked Chile. It wasn’t until Marie Mavers put in a sliding penalty corner goal with three minutes left in... More
New Zealand became the first team to earn a berth in the Semi-Finals at the Rabobank Hockey World League Semi-Finals with a too-close-for-comfort 3-1 win against Japan. The Japanese proved to be a... More
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The FIH will announce the 2012 FIH Women’s Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year as part of the festivities at the Rabobank Hockey World League later this week. Five players for each... More