Rio 2016 Olympic Games: Women’s Hockey Schedule and Results

Rio 2016 Olympic Games:
Women’s Hockey Schedule and Results

Rio 2016 Olympics Games LogoVenue: Olympic Hockey Centre
Rua Sargento Morais Pinheiro, 572-620 – Vila Militar, Rio de Janeiro – RJ, Brazil

5th – 21st August 2016

Participating Teams: 
Pool A: Netherlands, New Zealand, China, Germany, Korea, Spain
Pool B: Argentina, Australia, Great Britain, USA, Japan, India

Rio 2016 Olympic Games: Women’s Hockey Detailed Schedule and Results:

# Pool Time India Time Team1 vs Team2 Pitch
Saturday 6 August
W01 B 17:00 01:30 Argentina vs  USA 2
W02 B 20:30 05:00 Great Britain vs  Australia 1
Sunday 7 August
W03 A 10:00 18:30 New Zealand vs  Korea 1
W04 B 11:00 19:30 Japan vs  India 2
W05 A 12:30 21:00 Netherlands vs  Spain 1
W06 A 13:30 22:00 China vs  Germany 2
Monday 8 August
W07 B 10:00 18:30 Australia vs  USA 1
W08 A 13:30 22:00 New Zealand vs  Germany 2
W09 A 17:00 01:30 Netherlands vs  Korea 2
W10 B 18:00 02:30 India vs  Great Britain 1
W11 A 19:30 04:00 Spain vs  China 2
W12 B 20:30 05:00 Argentina vs  Japan 1
Tuesday 9 August Rest Day
Wednesday 10 August
W13 A 10:00 18:30 Spain vs  New Zealand 1
W14 B 11:00 19:30 India vs  Australia 2
W15 A 12:30 21:00 Germany vs  Korea 1
W16 B 13:30 22:00 Great Britain vs  Argentina 2
W17 B 17:00 01:30 USA vs  Japan 2
W18 A 18:00 02:30 China vs  Netherlands 1
Thursday 11 August
W19 A 17:00 01:30 Germany vs  Spain 2
W20 B 18:00 02:30 Australia vs  Argentina 1
W21 B 19:30 04:00 USA vs  India 2
W22 B 20:30 05:00 Japan vs  Great Britain 1
Friday 12 August
W23 A 10:00 18:30 Korea vs  China 1
W24 A 11:00 19:30 New Zealand vs  Netherlands 2
Saturday 13 August
W25 B 10:00 18:30 Argentina vs  India 1
W26 A 12:30 21:00 Netherlands vs  Germany 1
W27 A 17:00 01:30 Korea vs  Spain 2
W28 B 18:00 02:30 Great Britain vs  USA 1
W29 B 19:30 04:00 Australia vs  Japan 2
W30 A 20:30 05:00 China vs  New Zealand 1
Sunday 14 August Rest Day
Monday 15 August
QF1 10:00 18:30 v 1
QF1 12:30 21:00 v 1
QF1 18:00 02:30 v 1
QF1 20:30 05:00 v 1
Tuesday 16 August Rest Day
Wednesday 17 August
SF2 12:00 20:30 v 1
SF2 17:00 01:30 v 1
Thursday 18 August Rest Day
Friday 19 August
W37 Bronze 12:00 20:30 v 1
W38 Gold 17:00 01:30 v 1

Notes:

FIH, IOC and Rio 2016 reserve the right to amend the match schedule for any reason
The sequence of quarter final matches will be advised after the completion of the pool phase
The sequence of semi final matches will be advised after the completion of the Quarter-Finals

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Hockey India League (HIL) is conducting a fresh auction of players for the upcoming season of the League on September 17 at New Delhi. The six franchisee will bid for players from India, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, England, South Africa, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Scotland, Malaysia, Japan and Korea to complete their teams.

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Ranchi Rays has retained Indian Star defender Birendra Lakra for upcoming season of Hero Hockey India League 

This is going to be 4th season of HIL, but still there are no teams from South India, either of Chennai or Bangalore should have had a franchise in the league by now. In the interest of the game and for increasing its reach, hockey hotbeds like Karnataka and Tamil Nadu can not be ignored in important league like HIL, which has become one of the best league in world, however it is yet to spread its arms pan-India. Keeping the stadium attendances during World Series Hockey 2012 in mind, HIL organizers should try to get a franchisee from either of the cities specially Bangalore. Continue reading →

USA Women and Canada Men qualify for Rio 2016 Olympics

  • USA women and Canada men confirmed their place in the hockey event at Rio 2016 at the Pan Am Games
  • Canada men won their semi-final match at the Pan Am Games and will meet Argentina in the final
  • USA women won their semi-final match at the Pan Am Games and will meet Argentina in the final
Adam Froese scored winning penalty shoot-out against Brazil to confirm a place for Canada in Rio 2016 Olympics

Adam Froese scored winning penalty shoot-out against Brazil to confirm a place for Canada in Rio 2016 Olympics

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) have confirmed that USA Women and Canada men have qualified for the hockey event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. USA women beat Canada and Canada men beat Brazil in their semi-final match, to confirm their place in the final of the Pan Am Games hockey event and ultimately their place in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Continue reading →

India Men Climbs to 8th place in latest FIH Ranking, Top Unchanged

  • Australia and the Netherlands maintain top spot in men’s and women’s FIH World Rankings
  • India and Canada men move up the rankings
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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/)

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 →

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Indian Hockey team at a practice session before FINTRO Hockey World League Semi-Final Antwerp (Men)

Indian Hockey team at a practice session before FINTRO Hockey World League Semi-Final Antwerp (Men)

Ranked ninth in the world, Sardar Singh’s side are in the same pool with Australia, Poland, France and arch-rivals Pakistan. In the practice matches, India lost to Belgium 1-2 before defeating France by 1-0, Great Britain by 3-1 and USA by 4-0. Continue reading →

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India saved their best till last at the Hawke’s Bay Cup women’s hockey tournament 2015, scoring two goals in the final quarter of the 7th & 8th playoff to beat Japan 3-2 after going down 2-0 early in the match. USA stunned their Pan-American rivals Argentina by 3-0 to finish 5th in the tournament.

7th-8th Place Match: India 3 (Sushila Pukhrambam 27, Deepika 54, Rani Rampal 57) beat Japan 2 (Mie Nakashima 9, Yukari Yamamoto 20)

5th-6th Place Match: USA 3 (Jill Witmer 20, Katie O’Donnell 26, Lauren Crandall 44) beat Argentina 0

Full Match video of India vs Japan: 7th Place Hawke’s Bay Cup 2015

The teams from Asia, India and Japan, had just one draw each to show for their 5 matches at the tournament and were desperate to avoid bottom place. Japan attacked strongly from the beginning of the first quarter and their reward came in the 9th minute when Mie Nakashima drilled home from in front of goal. They extended their lead when Yukari Yamamoto slotted home, after a variation on a penalty corner. Continue reading →