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Olympic field hockey history: Results, winners, placings at every Games

All the gold medallists and placings from the men’s and women’s Olympic hockey competitions

Tokyo 2020
MEN: Final Olympic placings

Gold – Belgium
Silver – Australia 
Bronze – India
4 – Germany
5 – Great Britain
6 – Netherlands
7 – Argentina
8 – Spain 
9 – New Zealand 
10 – South Africa
11 – Japan
12 – Canada

Rio de Janeiro 2016: 
1: Argentina, 2: Belgium, 3: Germany, 4: Netherlands, 5: Spain, 6: Australia, 7: New Zealand, 8: India, 9: Great Britain, 10: Ireland, 11: Canada, 12: Brazil

London 2012:
 1. Germany, 2. Netherlands, 3. Australia, 4. Great Britain, 5. Belgium, 6. Spain, 7. Pakistan, 8. Korea, 9. New Zealand, 10. Argentina, 11. South Africa, 12. India

Beijing 2008: 1. Germany, 2. Spain, 3. Australia, 4. Netherlands, 5. Great Britain, 6. Korea, 7. New Zealand 8. Pakistan, 9. Belgium, 10. Canada, 11. China, 12. South Africa

Athens 2004: 1. Australia, 2. Netherlands, 3. Germany, 4. Spain, 5. Pakistan, 6. New Zealand, 7. India, 8. Korea, 9. Great Britain, 10. South Africa, 11. Argentina, 12. Egypt

Sydney 2000: 1. Netherlands, 2. Korea, 3. Australia, 4. Pakistan, 5. Germany, 6. Great Britain, 7. India, 8. Argentina, 9. Spain, 10. Canada, 11. Malaysia, 12. Poland

Atlanta 1996: 1. Netherlands, 2. Spain, 3. Australia, 4. Germany, 5. Korea, 6. Pakistan, 7. Great Britain, 8. India, 9. Argentina, 10. South Africa, 11. Malaysia, 12. United States

Barcelona 1992: 1. Germany, 2. Australia, 3. Pakistan, 4. Netherlands, 5. Spain, 6. Great Britain, 7. India, 8. New Zealand, 9. Malaysia, 10. CIS (Russia), 11. Argentina, 12. Egypt

Seoul 1988: 1. Great Britain, 2. W. Germany, 3. Netherlands, 4. Australia, 5. Pakistan, 6. India, 7. Soviet Union, 8. Argentina, 9. Spain, 10. Korea, 11. Canada, 12. Kenya

Los Angeles 1984: 1. Pakistan, 2. W. Germany, 3. Great Britain, 4. Australia, 5. India, 6. Netherlands, 7. New Zealand, 8. Spain, 9. Kenya, 10. Malaysia, 11. United States

Moscow 1980: 1. India, 2. Spain, 3. Soviet Union, 4. Poland, 5. Cuba, 6. Tanzania

Montreal 1976: 1. New Zealand, 2. Australia, 3. Pakistan, 4. Netherlands, 5. W. Germany, 6. Spain, 7. India, 8. Malaysia, 9. Belgium, 10. Canada, 11. Argentina

Munich 1972: 1. W. Germany, 2. Pakistan, 3. India, 4. Netherlands 5. Australia, 6. Great Britain, 7. Spain, 8. Malaysia, 9. New Zealand, 10. Belgium, 11. Poland, 12. France, 13. Kenya, 14. Argentina, 15. Uganda, 16. Mexico

Mexico City 1968: 1. Pakistan, 2. Australia, 3. India, 4. W. Germany, 5. Netherlands, 6. Spain, 7. New Zealand, 8. Kenya, 9. Belgium, 10. France, 11. E. Germany, 12. Great Britain, 12. Japan, 14. Argentina, 15. Malaysia, 16. Mexico

Tokyo 1964: 1. India, 2. Pakistan, 3. Australia, 4. Spain, 5. E. Germany, 6. Kenya

Rome 1960: 1. Pakistan, 2. India, 3. Spain, 4. Great Britain, 5. New Zealand, 6. Australia, 7. W. Germany, 8. Kenya, 9. Netherlands 10. France, 11. Belgium, 12. Poland, 13. Italy, 14. Japan, 15. Switzerland, 16. Denmark

Melbourne 1956: 1. India, 2. Pakistan, 3. W. Germany, 4. Great Britain, 5. Australia, 6. New Zealand, 7. Belgium, 8. Singapore, 9. Malaysia, 10. Kenya, 11. Afghanistan, 12. United States

Helsinki 1952: 1. India, 2. Netherlands, 3. Great Britain, 4. Pakistan, 5. W. Germany, 6. Poland, 7. Austria, 8. Switzerland

London 1948: 1. India, 2. Great Britain, 3. Netherlands, 4. Pakistan

Berlin 1936: 1. India, 2. Germany, 3. Netherlands, 4. France, 5. Switzerland, 6. Afghanistan, 7. Japan, 8. Hungary, 9. Belgium, 10. Denmark, 11. United States

Los Angeles 1932: 1. India, 2. Japan, 3. United States

Amsterdam 1928: 1. India, 2. Netherlands, 3. Germany, 4. Belgium

Antwerp 1920: 1. Great Britain, 2. Denmark, 3. Belgium, 4. France

London 1908: 1. England, 2. Ireland, 3. Wales, 4. Scotland 5. Germany, 6. France

RIO DE JANEIRO (Brazilië) – Alex Danson (GB) celebrates 2-0, a goal of Helen Richardson-Walsh (GB) , during the poolmatch between the women of Great Britain and Argentina . right Alex Danson (GB) COPYRIGHT KOEN SUYK

Tokyo 2020
WOMEN: Final Olympic placings

Gold – Netherlands
Silver –  Argentina
Bronze – Great Britain
4 – India
5 – Australia 
6 – Germany 
7 – Spain
8 – New Zealand 
9 – China 
10 – Ireland
11 – Japan
12 – South Africa

Rio de Janeiro 2016: 1: Great Britain, 2: Netherlands, 3: Germany, 4: New Zealand, 5: United States, 6: Australia, 7: Argentina, 8: Spain, 9: China, 10, Japan, 11: Korea, 12: India

London 2012: 1: Netherlands, 2: Argentina, 3: Great Britain, 4: New Zealand, 5: Australia, 6: China, 7: Germany, 8: Korea, 9: Japan, 10: South Africa, 11: Belgium, 12: United States

Beijing 2008: 1: Netherlands, 2: China, 3: Argentina, 4: Germany, 5: Australia, 6: Great Britain, 7: Spain, 8: United States, 9: Korea, 10: Japan, 11: South Africa, 12: New Zealand

Athens 2004: 1: Germany, 2: Netherlands, 3: Argentina, 4: China, 5: Australia, 6: New Zealand, 7: Korea, 8: Japan, 9: South Africa, 10: Spain

Sydney 2000: 1: Australia, 2: Argentina, 3: Netherlands, 4: Spain, 5: China, 6: New Zealand, 7: Germany, 8: Great Britain, 9: Korea, 10: South Africa

Atlanta 1996: 1: Australia, 2: Korea, 3: Netherlands, 4: Great Britain, 5: United States, 6: Germany, 7: Argentina, 8: Spain

Barcelona 1992: 1: Spain, 2: Germany, 3: Great Britain, 4: Korea, 5: Australia, 6: Netherlands, 7: Canada, 8: New Zealand

Seoul 1988: 1: Australia, 2: Korea, 3: Netherlands, 4: Great Britain, 5: West Germany, 6: Canada, 7: Argentina, 8: United States

Los Angeles 1984: 1: Netherlands, 2: West Germany, 3: United States, 4: Australia, 5: Canada, 6: New Zealand

Moscow1980: 1: Zimbabwe, 2: Czechoslovakia, 3: Soviet Union, 4: India, 5: Austria, 6: Poland

MEN: Olympic hockey final results

Rio de Janeiro 2016: Belgium 2-4 Argentina
London 2012:
 Germany 2-1 Netherlands
Beijing 2008: Germany 1-0 Spain
Athens 2004: Netherlands 1-2 Australia (aet)
Sydney 2000: Korea 3-3 Netherlands (aps 4-5)
Atlanta 1996: Spain 1-3 Netherlands
Barcelona 1992: Germany 2-1 Australia
Seoul 1988: Great Britain 3-1 West Germany
Los Angeles 1984: Pakistan 2-1 West Germany (aet)
Moscow 1980: India 4-3 Spain
Montreal 1976: New Zealand 1-0 Australia
Munich 1972: West Germany 1-0 Pakistan
Mexico City 1968: Pakistan 2-1 Australia
Tokyo 1964: Pakistan 0-1 India
Rome 1960: Pakistan 1-0 India
Melbourne 1956: India 1-0 Pakistan
Helsinki 1952: India 6-1 Netherlands
London 1948: India 4-0 Great Britain
Berlin 1936: India 8-1 Germany
Los Angeles 1932: No final – Round Robin
Amsterdam 1928:
 India 3-0 Netherlands
Antwerp 1920: No final – Round Robin
London 1908:
 Great Britain (ENG) 8-1 Great Britain (IRL)

WOMEN: Olympic hockey final results

Rio de Janeiro 2016: Netherlands 3-3 Great Britain (aso 0-2)
London 2012:
 Netherlands 2-0 Argentina
Beijing 2008: China 0-2 Netherlands
Athens 2004: Netherlands 1-2 Germany
Sydney 2000: Argentina 1-3 Australia
Atlanta 1996: Australia 3-1 Korea
Barcelona 1992: Spain 2-1 Germany (aet)
Seoul 1988: Australia 2-0 Korea
Los Angeles 1984: No final – Round Robin
Moscow 1980: No final – Round Robin

aps – after penalty strokes. aet – after extra time. aso – after shoot-out.

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