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The World Cup is the gift of Pakistan to the hockey world. Colonel A.I.S. Dara, who played in the 1936 Berlin Games, and captained Pakistan in the 1948 London Games, first mooted the idea of the World Cup. The president of the Pakistan Hockey Federation, Air Marshal Nur Khan, also supported the idea and, on March 27, 1971 the formal presentation of the trophy by Pakistan to the FIH was made. Thus was the World Cup born, fulfilling the need of having a major competition between the Olympics. The pre-war atmosphere in Asia prevented either Pakistan or India to host the tournament, thus the honour of organising the first World Cup going to the city of Barcelona, Spain.

Edition Site Year Gold Silver Bronze
XIII The Hague, NED 2014 Australia Netherlands Argentina
XII New Delhi, IND 2010 Australia Germany Netherlands
XI Mönchengladbach, GER 2006 Germany Australia Spain
X Kuala Lumpur, MAS 2002 Germany Australia Netherlands
IX Utrecht, NED 1998 Netherlands Spain Germany
VIII Sydney, AUS 1994 Pakistan Netherlands Australia
VII Lahore, PAK 1990 Netherlands Pakistan Australia
VI London, Eng 1986 Australia England West Germany
V Bombay, IND 1982 Pakistan West Germany Australia
IV Buenos Aires, ARG 1978 Pakistan Netherlands Australia
III Kuala Lumpur, MAS 1975 India Pakistan West Germany
II Amstelveen, NED 1973 Netherlands India West Germany
I Barcelona, ESP 1971 Pakistan Spain India

All the Champions

XIII The Hague 2014 (31.V/15.VI)

AUSTRALIA Trainer: Ric Charlesworth
Andrew Charter, Chris Ciriello, Liam de Young, Tim Deavin, Jamie Dwyer, Matt Gohdes, Kieran Govers, Robert Hammond, Jeremy Hayward, Fergus Kavanagh, Mark Knowles, Tyler Lovell, Edward Ockenden, Simon Orchard, Matthew Swann, Glenn Turner, Jacob Whetton, Aran Zalewski.
NED 1-0 Eng AUS 5-1 ARG
Australia 6-1 NED // (ARG 2-0 Eng)

XII New Delhi 2010 (28.II/13.III)

AUSTRALIA Trainer: Graham Reid
Desmond Abbott, George Bazeley, Graeme Begbie, Kiel Brown, Nathan Burgers, Matthew Butturini, Liam de Young, Luke Doerner, Jamie Dwyer, Kieran Govers, Robert Hammond, Fergus Kavanagh, Mark Knowles, Edward Ockenden, Simon Orchard, Grant Schubert, Matthew Swann, Glenn Turner.
GER 4-1 Eng AUS 2-1 NED
Australia 2-1 GER // (NED 4-3 Eng)

XI Mönchengladbach 2006 (06/17.IX)

GERMANY Trainer: Bernhard Peters
Sebastian Biederlack, Ulrich Bubolz, Philipp Crone, Sebastian Draguhn, Eike Duckwitz, Björn Emmerling, Moritz Fürste, Oliver Hentschel, Niklas Meinert, Jan Marco Montag, Carlos Nevado, Justus Scharowsky, Christian Schulte, Tibor Weissenborn, Timo Wess, Matthias Witthaus, Christopher Zeller, Philipp Zeller.
AUS 4-2 KOR GER 2-2** ESP
Germany 4-3 AUS // (ESP 3-2* KOR)

X Kuala Lumpur 2002 (24.II / 09.III)

GERMANY Trainer: Bernhard Peters
Clemens Arnold, Christoph Bechmann, Sebastian Biederlack, Philipp Crone, Oliver Domke, Christoph Eimer, Bjorn Emmerling, Michael Green, Florian Kunz, Christian Mayerhofer, Bjorn Michel, Jamilon Mulders, Sascha Reinelt, Christian Schulte, Christian Wein, Tibor Weissenborn, Timo Wess, Matthias Witthaus.
GER 3-2 KOR AUS 4-1 NED
Germany 2-1 AUS // (NED 2-1* KOR)

IX Utrecht 1998 (21.V / 01.VI)

The NETHERLANDS Trainer:
Jacques Brinkman, Jaap de Buma, Teun de Noijer, Jeroem Delmee, Piet Hein Geeris, Ronald Jansen, Erik Jazet, Leo Klein Gebbink, Bram Lomans, Bart Looije, Sander van der Weide, Sander van Heeswijk, Tycho van Meer, Wouter van Pelt, Remco van Wijk, Rogier van't Hek, Stephan Veen.
ESP 3-0 GER NED 6-2 AUS
Netherlands 3-2* ESP // (GER 1-0 AUS)

VIII Sydney 1994 (23.XI / 04.XII)

PAKISTAN Trainer:
Ahmad Alain, Naveed Alam, Kamran Ashraf, Asif Bajwa, Wasim Ferose, K. Muhammed Junaid, Rahim Khan, Ahmed Mansoor, Reuwa Muhajid, Ahmed Shabaz, Muhammed Shabaz Jr, Muhammad Shapqat, Muhamed Uswan, Tahir Zaman.
PAK 1-1** GER NED 3-1 AUS
Pakistan 1-1** NED // (AUS 5-2 GER)

VII Lahore 1990 (12.II / 23.II)

The NETHERLANDS Trainer:
Marc Benninga, Floris-Jan Bovelander, Jacques Brinkman, Maurits Crucq, Marc Delissen, Cees-Jan Diepeveen, René Klaassen, Hendrik-Jan Kooijman, Harrie Kwinten, Frank Leistra, Erik Parlevliet, Taco van den Honert, Tom van't Hek, Stephan Veen, Gijs Weterings, Simon Zyp.
PAK 2-1 AUS NED 3-2* FRG
Netherlands 3-1 PAK // (AUS 2-1 FRG)

VI London 1986 (4.X / 19.X)

AUSTRALIA Trainer:
Colin Batch, David Bell, Adrian Berce, John Bestall, Warren Birmingham, Ric Charlesworth, Craig Davies, Dean Evans, Marc Hager, Neil Hagwood, Peter Haselhurst, Treva King, Grant Mitton, Neil Snowden, Terry Walsh, Ken Wark.
AUS 5-0 URS Eng 3-2* FRG
Australia 2-1 Eng // (FRG 3-2* URS)

V Mumbai, Bombay 1982 (29.XII.81 / 12.I.82)

PAKISTAN Trainer:
Ishtiaq Ahmed, Saeed Ahmed, Shahid Ali Khan, Manzoor Hussain, Kaleemullah, Hanif Khan, Saeed Khan, Moinuddin, Nasir Naseer, Abdul Rashid, Akhtar Rasool, Samiullah Khan, Hassan Sardar, Salim Sherwani, Manzoor-ul-Hassan, Qasim Zia.
PAK 4-2 NED FRG 3-3** AUS
Pakistan 3-1 FRG // (AUS 4-2 NED)

IV Buenos Aires 1978 (18.III / 01.IV)

PAKISTAN Trainer:
Saeed Ahmed, Munir Bhatti, Ehsanullah, Manzoor Hussain, Islahuddin Siddique, Hanif Khan, Nasim Mirza, Salim Nazim, Akhtar Rasool, Mohammed Saeed, Samiullah Khan, Mohammed Shafiq, Shahnaz Sheihk, Saleem Sherwani, Munawar-uz-Zaman, Qamar Zia.
PAK 1-0* FRG NED 3-2 AUS
Pakistan 3-2 NED // (AUS 4-3 FRG)

III Kuala Lumpur 1975 (01.III / 19.III)

INDIA Trainer:
Ashok Diwan, Leslie Fernandes, Billimoga Govinda, BP Kaliah, Michael Kindo, Ashok Kumar, Shiwaji Pawar, VJ Phillips, Aslam Sher Khan, Ajitpal Singh, Hacharan Singh, Harjinder Singh "Chimni", Mohinder Singh, Onkar Singh, Surjit Singh, Virender Singh.
PAK 5-1 FRG IND 3-2* MAL
India 2-1 PAK // (FRG 4-0 MAL)

II Amstelveen 1973 (24.VIII / 02.IX)

The NETHERLANDS Trainer:
André Bolhuis, Derek Doyer, Thijs Kaanders, Coen Kranenberg, Ties Kruize, Wouter Leefers, Paul Litjens, Tom Pierik, Maarten Sikking, Frank Spitz, Nico Spitz, Ron Steens, Bart Taminiau, Flip van Lidth de Jeude, Irving van Nes, Jaroen Zweerts .
IND 1-0 PAK NED 0-0** FRG
Netherlands2-2** IND // (FRG 1-0 PAK)

I Terrasa, Barcelona 1971 (15.X / 24.X)

PAKISTAN Trainer:
Ashfaq Ahmed, Riaz Ahmed, Arshad Ali Chaudury, Mohammed Aslam, Bazadkur, Jehangir Butt, Tanvir Dar, Islahuddin Siddique, Khalid Mahmoud, Asad Malik, Abdul Rashid Jr, Fazlur Rehman, Mohammed Shanaz, Saleem Sherwani, Akhtar-ul-Islam, Munawar-uz-Zaman.
PAK 2-1* IND ESP - KEN
Pakistan 1-0 ESP // (IND 2-1 KEN)

LEGEND: (*): Overtime (Extratime) // (**): Penalty strokes shootout

Medal Table

Ps. Country G S B Tot.
1. Pakistan 4 2 - 6
2. The Netherlands 3 3 2 8
3. Australia 3 2 4 9
4. (West) Germany 2 2 4 8
5. India 1 1 1 3
6. Spain - 2 1 3
7. England - 1 - 1
8. Argentina - - 1 1
 
8 TOTAL 13 13 13 39

Most Gold Medals (players)

 

3 - No player

 

2 - Saleem Sherwani (PAK 71 78)
Islahuddin Siddique (PAK 71 78)
Munawar-uz-Zaman (PAK 71 78)
Saeed Ahmed (PAK 78 82)
Manzoor Hussain (PAK 78 82)
Hanif Khan (PAK 78 82)
Samiullah Khan (PAK 78 82)
Akhtar Rasool (PAK 78 82)
Jacques Brinkman (NED 90 98)
Stephan Veen (NED 90 98)
Sebastian Biederlack (GER 02 06)
Philipp Crone (GER 02 06)
Bjorn Emmerling (GER 02 06)
Christian Schulte (GER 02 06)
Tibor Weissenborn (GER 02 06)
Timo Wess (GER 02 06)
Matthias Witthaus (GER 02 06)
Liam de Young (AUS 10 14)
Jamie Dwyer (AUS 10 14)
Kieran Govers (AUS 10 14)
Robert Hammond (AUS 10 14)
Fergus Kavanagh (AUS 10 14)
Mark Knowles (AUS 10 14)
Edward Ockenden (AUS 10 14)
Simon Orchard (AUS 10 14)
Matthew Swann (AUS 10 14)
Glenn Turner (AUS 10 14) 27 players

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