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Until 1920, competitors did not represent a country, but a team, thus, there could be mixed teams, or two teams from the same country. In 1980 many of the best nations in field hockey did not compete due to boycott.

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2016 Argentina Belgium Germany
2012 Germany Netherlands Australia
2008 Germany Spain Australia
2004 Australia Netherlands Germany
2000 Netherlands South Korea Australia
1996 Netherlands Spain Australia
1992 Germany Australia Pakistan
1988 Great Britain West Germany Netherlands
1984 Pakistan West Germany Great Britain
1980 India Spain Soviet Union
1976 New Zealand Australia Pakistan
1972 West Germany Pakistan India
1968 Pakistan Australia India
1964 India Pakistan Australia
1960 Pakistan India Spain
1956 India Pakistan West Germany
1952 India Netherlands Great Britain
1948 India Great Britain Netherlands
 
1936 India Germany Netherlands
1932 India Japan United States
1928 India Netherlands Germany
1924 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
1920 Great Britain Denmark Belgium
 
1912 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
1908 Great Britain (England) Great Britain (Ireland) Great Britain (Scotland)

Rosters (since 1972) top

2016 2012 2008 2004 2000 1996 1992 1988 1984 1980 1976 1972

Rio de Janeiro 2016 top

Argentina Belgium Germany
Manuel Brunet, Facundo Callioni, Juan Gilardi, Isidoro Ibarra, Pedro Ibarra, Juan Lopez, Luca Masso, Agustin Mazzilli, Joaquin Menini, Ignacio Ortiz, Gonzalo Peillat, Lucas Rey, Lucas Rossi, Juan Saladino, Lucas Vila, Juan Vivaldi. (Coach: Carlos Retegui) Gauthier Boccard, Tom Boon, Thomas Briels, Cedric Charlier, Tanguy Cosyns, Felix Denayer, Sebastien Dockier, John-John Dohmen, Simon Gougnard, Loick Luypaert, Emmanuel Stockbroekx, Jerome Truyens, Florent van Aubel, Arthur van Doren, Elliot van Strydonck, Vincent Vanasch. (Coach: Shane Mcleod) Linus Butt, Florian Fuchs, Moritz Furste, Mats Grambusch, Tom Grambusch, Martin Haner, Tobias Hauke, Timm Herzbruch, Nicolas Jacobi, Mathias Muller, Timur Oruz, Christopher Ruhr, Moritz Trompertz, Niklas Wellen, Christopher Wesley, Martin Zwicker. (Coach: Valentin Altenburg)
ARG 5-2 GER BEL 3-1 NED
ARG 4-2 BEL (GER 1-1** NED)

London 2012 top

Germany Netherlands Australia
Oskar Deecke, Florian Fuchs, Moritz Furste, Martin Haner, Tobias Hauke, Oliver Korn, Maximilian Muller, Jan-Philipp Rabente, Thilo Stralkowski, Max Weinhold, Christopher Wesley, Benjamin Wess, Timo Wess, Matthias Witthaus, Christopher Zeller, Philipp Zeller. (Coach: Markus Weise) Sander Baart, Billy Bakker, Marcel Balkestein, Teun de Nooijer, Bob de Voogd, Sander de Wijn, Floris Evers, Rogier Hofman, Wouter Jolie, Robbert Kempermann, Jaap Stockmann, Robert van der Horst, Mink van der Weerden, Valentin Verga, Klaas Vermeulen, Roderick Weusthof. (Coach: Paul van Ass) Nathan Burgers, Matthew Butturini, Joel Carroll, Chris Ciriello, Liam de Young, Tim Deavin, Jamie Dwyer, Russell Ford, Matthew Gohdes, Kieran Govers, Fergus Kavanagh, Mark Knowles, Eddie Ockenden, Simon Orchard, Matthew Swann, Glenn Turner. (Coach: Ric Charlesworth)
GER 4-2 AUS NED 9-2 GBR
GER 2-1 NED (AUS 3-1 GBR)

Beijing 2008 top

Germany Spain Australia
Sebastian Biederlack, Moritz Furste, Tobias Hauke, Florian Keller, Oliver Korn, Niklas Meinert, Jan-Marco Montag, Maximilian Muller, Carlos Nevado, Max Weinhold, Tibor Weissenborn, Benjamin Wess, Timo Wess, Philip Witte, Matthias Witthaus, Christopher Zeller, Philipp Zeller. (Coach: Markus Weise) David Alegre, Ramon Alegre, Pablo Amat, Eduard Arbos, Sergi Enrique, Alex Fabregas, Francisco Fabregas, Juan Fernandez, Francisco Cortes, Santiago Freixa, Rodrigo Garza, Roc Oliva, Xavier Ribas, Albert Sala, Victor Sojo, Eduardo Tubau. (Coach: Maurits Hendriks) Travis Brooks, Kiel Brown, Liam de Young, Luke Doerner, Bevan George, David Guest, Rob Hammond, Jamie Dwyer, Mark Knowles, Stephen Lambert, Eli Matheson, Eddie Ockenden, Grant Schubert, Andre Smith, Matthew Wells, Fergus Kavanagh, Des Abbott. (Coach: Barry Dancer)
GER 1-1** NED ESP 3-2 AUS
GER 1-0 ESP (AUS 6-2 NED)

Athens 2004 top

Australia Netherlands Germany
Michael Brennan, Travis Brooks, Dean Butler, Liam de Young, Jamie Dwyer, Nathan Eglington, Troy Elder, Bevan George, Robert Hammond, Mark Hickman, Mark Knowles, Brent Livermore, Michael McCann, Stephen Mowlam, Grant Schubert, Matthew Wells. (Coach: Barry Dancer) Matthijs Brouwer, Ronald Brouwer, Teun de Nooijer, Jeroen Delmee, Rob Derikx, Marten Eikelboom, Floris Evers, Geert-jan Derikx, Erik Jazet, Karel Klaver, Jesse Mahieu, Rob Reckers, Teake Taekema, Sander van der Weide, Klaas Veering, Guus Vogels. (Coach: Terry Walsh) Clemens Arnold, Christoph Bechmann, Sebastian Biederlack, Philipp Crone, Eike Duckwitz, Christoph Eimer, Bjoern Emmerling, Florian Kunz, Bjoern Michel, Sascha Reinelt, Justus Scharowsky, Christian Schulte, Tibor Weissenborn, Timo Wess, Matthias Witthaus, Christopher Zeller. (Coach: Bernhard Peters)
NED 3-2 GER AUS 6-3 ESP
AUS 2-1* NED (GER 4-3* ESP)

Sydney 2000 top

Netherlands South Korea Australia
Jacques Brinkman, Teun de Nooijer, Jeroen Delmee, Jaap Derk Buma, Marten Eikelboom, Piet-Hein Geeris, Ronald Jansen, Erik Jazet, Bram Lomans, Sander van Der Weide, Wouter van Pelt, Diederik van Weel, Remco van Wijk, Stephan Veen, Guus Vogels, Peter Wind. (Coach: Maurits Hendriks) Han Hyung-Bae, Hwang Jong-Hyun, Jeon Hong-Kwon, Jeon Jong-Ha, Ji Seong-Hwan, Kang Keon-Wook, Kim Chel-Hwan, Kim Jung-Chul, Kim Kyung-Seok, Kim Yong-Bae, Kim Yoon, Lim Jong-Chun, Lim Jung-Woo, Seo Jong-Ho, Song Seung-Tae, Yeo Woon-Kon. (Coach: Sang-Ryul Kim) Michael Brennan, Adam Commens, Stephen Davies, Damon Diletti, Lachlan Dreher, Jason Duff, Troy Elder, James Elmer, Paul Gaudoin, Stephen Holt, Brent Livermore, Daniel Sproule, Jay Stacy, Craig Victory, Matthew Wells, Michael York. (Coach: Terry Walsh)
KOR 1-0 PAK NED 0-0** AUS
NED 3-3** KOR (AUS 6-3 PAK)

Atlanta 1996 top

Netherlands Spain Australia
Floris Jan Bovelander, Danny Bree, Jacques Brinkman, Maurits Crucq, Teun de Nooijer, Marc Delissen, Jeroen Delmee, Ronald Jansen, Erik Jazet, Leo Klein Gebbink, Bram Lomans, Taco van den Honert, Rogier van der Wal, Tycho van Meer, Wouter van Pelt, Remco van Wijk, Stephan Veen, Guus Vogels. Jaime Amat, Pablo Amat, Javier Arnau, Jordi Arnau, Oscar Barrena, Ignacio Cobos, Juan Dinares, Juan Escarre, Xavier Escude, Juantxo Garcia-Maruino, Antonio Gonzalez, Ramon Jufresa, Joaquin Malgosa, Victor Pujol, Ramon Sala, Pablo Usoz. Lee Bodimeade, Stuart Carruthers, Baeden Choppy, Stephen Davies, Damon Diletti, Lachlan Dreher, Darren Duff, Jason Duff, James Elmer, Lachlan Elmer, Brendan Garard, Paul Gaudoin, Mark Hager, Garry Jennison, Paul Lewis, Grant Smith, Matthew Smith, Daniel Sproule, Jay Stacy, Kenneth Wark, Michael York.
ESP 2-1 AUS NED 3-1 GER
NED 3-1 ESP (AUS 3-2 GER)

Barcelona 1992 top

Germany Australia Pakistan
Michael Knauth, Christopher Reitz, Jan Peter Tewes, Carsten Fischer, Christian Biunck, Stefan Saliger, Michael Metz, Christian Mayerhofer, Sven Meinhardt, Andreas Keller, Michael Hilgers, Andreas Becker, Stefan Tewes, Klaus Michier, Volker Fried, Oliver Kurtz. Warren Birmingham, David Wansbrough, John Bestali, Lee Bodimeade, Ashley Carey, Stephen Davies, Damon Diletti, Lachlan Dreher, Lachlan Elmer, Michael Evans, Gregory Corbitt, Paul Lewis, Graham Reid, Jay Stacy, Kenneth Wark, Michael York. Shahid Ali Khan, Rana Mujahid Ali, Khalid Bashsir, Anjum Saeed, Farhat Hassan Khan, Khawaja Muhammad Junaid, Muhammad Oamar Ibrahim, Tahir Zaman, Muhammad Asif Akhlaq, Shahbaz Ahmed, Wasim Feroze, Mansoor Ahmed, Muhammad lkhlaq, Muhammad Khalid, Musaddic Hussain, Muhammad Shahbaz.
GER 2-1 AUS (PAK 4-3 NED)

Seoul 1988 top

Great Britain West Germany Netherlands
Ian Taylor, David Faulkner, Paul Barber, Jonathan Potter, Richard Dodds, Martyn Grimley, Stephen Batchelor, Richard Leman, James Kirkwood, Kulbir Bhaura, Sean Kerly, Robert Clift, Imran Sherwani, Russell Garcia, Veryan Pappin, Stephen Martin. Christian Schliemann, Tobias Frank, Horst-Ulrich Hänel, Carsten Fischer, Andreas Mollandin, Ekkhard Schmidt-Opper, Dirk Brinkmann, Heiner Dopp, Stefan Blocher, Andreas Keller, Thomas Reck, Thomas Brinkmann, Hanns-Henning Fastrich, Michael Hilgers, Volker Fried, Michael Metz. Prank Leistra, Marc Benninga, Caes Jan Diepeveen, Maurits Crucg, Rene Klaassen, Hendrik Jan Kooijman, Marc Delissen, Jacques Brinkman, Gerrit Jan Schiatmann, Tim Steens, Floris Jan Bovelander, Patrick Faber, Ronald Jansen, Jan Hidde Kruize, Erik Parleviiet, Taco van den Honert.
GBR 3-1 FRG (NED 2-1 AUS)

Los Angeles 1984 top

Pakistan West Germany Great Britain
Ghulam Moinuddin, Qasim Zia, Nasir Ali, Abdul Rashid, Ayaz Mahmood, Naeem Akhtar, Kaleemullah, Manzoor Hussain, Hassan Sardar, Haneef Khan, Khalid Hameed, Shahid Ali Khan, Tauqeer Dar, Ishtiaq Ahmed, Salleem Sherwani, Mushtaq Ahmad. Christian Bassemir, Tobias Frank, Horst-Ulrich Hanel, Carsten Fischer, Kari-Joachim Hurter, Eckhard Schmidt-Opper, Reinhard Krull, Michael Peter, Stefan Blacher, Andreas Keller, Thomas Rack, Markku Slawyk, Thomas Gunst, Heiner Dopp, Volker Fried, Dirk Brinkmann. Ian Taylor, Stephen Martin, Paul Barber, Robert Cattrall, Jonathan Potter, Richard Dodds, William McConnell, Norman "Billy" Hughes, David Westcott, Richard Leman, Stephen Batchelor, Sean Kerly, James Duthie, Kulbir Bhaura, Mark Precious.
PAK 2-1 FRG (GBR 3-2 AUS)

Moscow 1980 top

India Spain Soviet Union
Allen Schofield, Bir Bahadur Chhetri, Sylvanus Dung Dung, Rajinder Singh, Davinder Singh, Gurmail Singh, Ravinder Pal Singh, Sommayya Maneypande, Maharaj Krishen Kaushik, Charanjit Kumar, Merwyn Fernandes, Amarjit Singh Rana, Mohammed Shahid, Zafar Iqbal, Surinder Singh Sodhi. Jose Miguel Garcia Messeguer, Juan Amat, Santiago Malgosa, Rafael Garralda, Francisco Fabregas, Juan Luis Coghen, Ricardo Cabot, Jaime Arbos, Carlos Roca, Juan Pellon, Miguel de Paz, Miguel Chaves, Juan Arbos, Javier Cabot, Paulino Monsalve, Jaime Zumalacarregui. Vladimir Pleshakov, Vyacheslav Lampeyev, Leonid Paviovsky, Sos Airapetyan, Farit Zigangirov, Valery Belyakov, Sergei Klevtsov, Oleg Zagorodnev, Aleksandr Gusev, Sergei Pieshakov, Mikhail Nichepurenko, Minneula Azizov, Aleksandr Sytchev, Aleksandr Myasnikov, Viktor Deputatov, Aleksandr Goncharov.
IND 4-3 ESP (URS 2-1 POL)

Montreal 1976 top

New Zealand Australia Pakistan
Paul Ackerley, Jeff Archibald, Thur Borren, Alan Chesney, John Christensen, Greg Dayman, Tony Ineson, Alan McIntyre, Barry Maister, Selwyn Maister, Trevor Manning, Arthur Parkin, Mohan Patel, Ramesh Patel. Robert Haigh, Richard Charlesworth, David Bell, Gregory Browning, Ian Cooke, Barry Dancer, Douglas Golder, Wayne Hammond, James Irvine, Malcolm Poole, Robert Proctor, Graham Reid, Ronald Riley, Trevor Smith, Terry Walsh. Saleem Sherwani, Manzoor Hassan, Munawar-Uz-Zaman, Saleem Nazim, Rasool Akhtar, Iftikhar Syed, Islahuddin, Manzoor Hussain, Abdul Rashid, Shanaz Sheikh, Samiulah Khan, Qamar Zia, Arshad Mahmood, Arshad Ali Chaudry, Mudassar Asghar, Haneef Khan.
NZL 1-0 AUS (PAK 3-2 NED)

Munich 1972 top

West Germany Pakistan India
Wolfgang Rott, Michael Peter, Dieter Freise, Michael Krause, Eduard Thelen, Horst Drose, Carsten Keiler, Ulrich Kiaes, Wolfgang Baumgart, Uli Vos, Peter Trump, Peter Kraus, Werner Kaessmann, Wolfgang Strodter, Detlef Kittstein, Rainer Seifert, Eckart Suhl, Fritz Schmidt. Saleem Sherwani, Akhtarul Islam, Munawaruz Zaman, Saeed Anwar, Rasool Akhtar, Fazalur Rehman, Mudassar Asghar, Islahud Din, Abdul Rashid, Mohammad Asad Maiik, Mohammad Shahnaz, Riaz Ahmed, Iftikhar Ahmed, Muhammad Zahid, Jahangir Ahmad Butt. Manuel Frederick, Mukhbain Singh, Kindo Michael, Krishnamurtay Perumal, Ajitpal Singh, Harmik Singh, Ganesh Mollerapoovayya, Harbinder Singh, Kulwant Singh, Ashok Kumar, Harcharan Singh, Govin Billimogaputtaswamy, Virinder Singh, Cornelius Charles.
FRG 1-0 PAK (IND 2-1 NED)

Medal Table (since 1920) top

Ps Country CNT GD SV BZ TOT
1. India IND 8 1 2 11
2. Pakistan PAK 3 3 2 8
3. Germany GER 3 1 3 7
4. Netherlands NED 2 4 3 9
5. Great Britain GBR 2 1 2 5
6. Australia AUS 1 3 5 9
7. West Germany FRG 1 2 1 4
8. New Zealand NZL 1 - - 1
. Argentina ARG 1 - - 1
10. Spain ESP - 3 1 4
. Belgium BEL - 1 1 2
12. Japan JPN - 1 - 1
. South Korea KOR - 1 - 1
. Denmark DEN - 1 - 1
15. United States USA - - 1 1
. Soviet Union URS - - 1 1
 
16     22 22 22 66

Individual Medal Table top

Ps Name GD SV BZ Medal Details
1. Leslie Claudius, IND 3 1 0 48 52 56 // 60 // -
. Udham Singh, IND 3 1 0 52 56 64 // 60 // -
3. Dhyan Chand, IND 3 0 0 28 32 36 // - // -
. Richard Allen, IND 3 0 0 28 32 36 // - // -
. Randhir Singh Gentle, IND 3 0 0 48 52 56 // - // -
. Ranganandhan Francis, IND 3 0 0 48 52 56 // - // -
. Balbir Singh, IND 3 0 0 48 52 56 // - // -
8. Teun de Nooijer, NED 2 2 0 96 00 // 04 12 // -
9. Shankar Laxman, IND 2 1 0 56 64 // 60 // -
. Jeroen Delmee, NED 2 1 0 96 00 // 04 // -
. Erik Jazet, NED 2 1 0 96 00 // 04 // -
. Guus Vogels, NED 2 1 0 96 00 // 04 // -
13. Jacques Brinkman, NED 2 0 1 96 00 // - // 88
. Ronald Jansen, NED 2 0 1 96 00 // - // 88
. Timo Wess, GER 2 0 1 08 12 // - // 04
. Matthias Witthaus, GER 2 0 1 08 12 // - // 04
. Christopher Zeller, GER 2 0 1 08 12 // - // 04
. Moritz Furste, GER 2 0 1 08 12 // - // 16
(19) Tobias Hauke, GER 2 0 1 08 12 // - // 16

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