- World Rankings updated following conclusion of Continental Championships
Australia men and Netherlands women remain top
- Venezuela men and Dominican Republic women biggest risers, India men climb 2 spots to 6th place
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) released the latest World Rankings earlier today following the conclusion of all five Continental Championships. Men’s World Cup holders Australia and women’s Olympic and World champions Netherlands remain at the top of the FIH World Rankings.
FIH Men’s and Women’s World Ranking released on 6th November 2015
India jumped up two places into sixth as they look to enter the top five nations in the world, while the biggest rise in the men’s rankings saw Venezuela move up 22 places to 47. India men are biggest climbers in the top ten bracket. India leapfrogged Belgium and New Zealand to reach to 6th spot from 8th in last ranking. Continue reading →
- Australia and the Netherlands maintain top spot in men’s and women’s FIH World Rankings
- India and Canada men move up the rankings
- Changes in the women’s top eight as USA slide down rankings
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has released the latest World Rankings following the completion of the four events comprising the Hockey World League Semi-Finals – Buenos Aires and Antwerp (men); Valencia and Antwerp (women).
Men’s FIH World Ranking as on 23rd July 2015 (Source: http://www.fih.ch/rankings/outdoor/)
World Cup holders Australia men and the Netherlands women remain at the top of the World Rankings after both teams won their respective Hockey World League Semi-Final events, beating Belgium and Korea in the finals. Canada and India men are climbers among top15 while South Africa slides two places to 15th place. Continue reading →
- Australia men & Netherlands women hold firm at the top of the rankings
- Belgium men leap-frog England into 4th while USA women move up to 5th
Lausanne – 26th March 2015: The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has released the latest FIH World Rankings as of March 2015. These include points awarded following the completion of the Hockey World League Round 2 events.
FIH Men’s and Women’s World Ranking
In the FIH Men’s World Rankings, 2014 World Champions Australia (1), World Cup Silver medallists the Netherlands (2) and 2012 Olympic Champions Germany (3) continue to hold the top three positions, with Tom Boon’s Belgium moving into fourth place ahead of Ashley Jackson’s England, who drop to fifth. Argentina’s Los Leones retain sixth place ahead of New Zealand (7), Korea (8), India (9) and Pakistan (10).
Malaysia (12), Ireland (14), Canada (15), Japan (16), Poland (17), France (18), Egypt (20), Austria (22) and China (31) all secured top three finishes in the Hockey World League Round 2 events, reaching the Olympic qualifier Semi-Final phase and collecting crucial ranking points in the process. Although these teams have seen little change in their current FIH World Ranking on this occasion, their involvement in the upcoming Hockey World League Semi-Finals will generate even more points and could trigger some significant movement. Continue reading →
Lausanne 21st January 2015: The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has released the latest FIH World Rankings as of December 2014. These include points awarded following the completion of the Hockey World League Round One, the 2014 Champions Trophy and the Champions Challenge events.
In the FIH Men’s World Rankings Australia, the Netherlands and Germany retain their top three spots respectively. Below them, England move up into fourth place and Argentina, whose team includes the recently crowned 2014 FIH Rising Star of the Year, Gonzalo Peillat, move up to their highest ever ranking (6), ahead of New Zealand. Pakistan moves back into the top ten at the expense of Spain who drop one place. India remained at 9th place. Continue reading →
Good performances at the Rabobank Hockey World Cup means Argentina men’s team and the USA women’s team climb FIH World Hockey rankings
FIH World Hockey Rankings June 2014
The latest FIH (International Hockey Federation) men’s and women’s world rankings have been released today following the conclusion of the Rabobank Hockey World Cup. The winners of both the Men’s and Women’s World Cup – Australia and the Netherlands – have maintained their positions at the top of the FIH World Hockey Rankings. Continue reading →
The Black Sticks Men have jumped to their highest ever placing of 5th in the latest International Hockey Federation (FIH) world rankings (July 2013).
Results at the recent World League Round 3 tournaments in Rotterdam and Malaysia have seen the Kiwi men move up one spot (from 6th place) ahead of Korea, Spain and Pakistan while Germany, Australia, Netherlands and England are at top four place in the rankings. Belgium, Argentina, India and South Africa are at 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th place respectively.
Fifth is the highest position the Black Sticks Men have been on the ladder since the world rankings system came into effect during the 1990s. Continue reading →