Who won the Hockey World Cup 2010?

Australia won the men’s field hockey World Cup after a gap of 24 years with a 2-1 victory over defending champions Germany in the final on Saturday. New Delhi: Australia won the men’s field hockey World Cup after a gap of 24 years with a 2-1 victory over defending champions Germany in the final on Saturday.

Which team has won the 2010 Men’s Hockey World Cup?

New Delhi: Power-packed Australia proved third time lucky as they won the men’s field hockey World Cup after a 24 year hiatus with a 2-1 win over defending champions Germany on Saturday.

Which country won the Hockey World Cup in 2010?

It was held from 28 February to 13 March 2010 in New Delhi, India. Australia won the tournament after defeating Germany 2–1 in the final, collecting their second World Cup, after the title obtained in 1986. The Netherlands won the third-place match by defeating England 4–3.

Who won hockey World Cup 2011?

Majstrovstvá sveta v ľadovom hokeji 2011
Finland (2nd title)
Third placeCzech Republic
Fourth placeRussia

Who won hockey World Cup 2014?

Defending champions Australia won the tournament for the third time after defeating the Netherlands 6–1 in the final. Argentina won the third place match by defeating England 2–0 to claim their first ever World Cup medal.

Who won most hockey World Cup?

Pakistan is the most successful team, having won the tournament four times. The Netherlands and Australia have each won three titles, and Germany has won two titles. Belgium and India have both won the tournament once. The 2018 tournament was held in Bhubaneswar, India from 28 November to 16 December. You may also read,

How many times Pakistan won hockey?

Pakistan3 (1978*, 1980*, 1994*)7 (1983*, 1984*, 1988*, 1991, 1996, 1998*, 2014)
Spain1 (2004)2 (2008, 2011)
Great Britain~2 (1985, 2010)
India2 (2016, 2018)
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Why is Pakistan hockey team not in Olympics?

This was the first time a national team won three major titles in the history of international field hockey. In 1980, Pakistan Olympic Association, along with 65 countries, boycotted the 1980 Moscow Olympics because of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.

When did India last win the hockey gold?

India’s hockey team is the most successful team ever in the Olympics, having won eight gold medals in 1928, 1932, 1936, 1948, 1952, 1956, 1964 and 1980. Read:

Which country has won most hockey Olympic gold medals?

India is the leading team in overall medal tally with 12 medals (8 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze). India also lead in most number of gold medals.

Which team won the first World Cup hockey?

The 1971 Men’s Hockey World Cup was the inaugural edition of the Hockey World Cup. It took place from 15 to 24 October in Barcelona, Spain. Pakistan were the inaugural World Cup winners, beating Spain in the final, 1–0.

How many times has Pakistan won the World Cup?

The Pakistan cricket team won the World Cup in 1992 under the captaincy of Imran Khan. Pakistan have also been runners up at the 1999 Cricket World Cup where they lost to Australia in the Final. They have been Semi Finalists 4 times (1979, 1983, 1987 & 2011) and have also reached the Quarter Finals twice (1996 & 2015).

When was the last World Cup of Hockey?

It was held from September 17 to September 29 at Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario. Canada won the championship, defeating Team Europe in the best-of-three final.

Which country is the best at hockey?

2021 Rank2020 RankTeam
46United States

Which country invented hockey?

The modern game of hockey emerged in England in the mid-18th century and is largely attributed to the growth of public schools, such as Eton. The first Hockey Association was formed in the UK in 1876 and drew up the first formal set of rules.

Who won the first T20 World Cup *?

The first T20 World Cup, played in South Africa in 2007, was won by India, creating a huge market for T20 on the subcontinent that was quickly exploited by the IPL. Subsequent World Cups were played in various cricket-playing countries, with the West Indies capturing the most titles (two).