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Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018 Teams Standing, Schedule, Point Table & Fixtures

Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018 Teams Standing, Schedule, Point Table & Fixtures: The Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018 is all set to start its tournament on 28th November 2018 and is going to be held till 16th December 2018. It is going to be the 14th edition of the Hockey World Cup field hockey tournament. The tournament will be observed at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, India.

Hockey World Cup 2018 Full Squads

India:
Coach: Harendra Singh
Goalkeepers: PR Sreejesh, Krishna Bahadur Pathak
Defenders: Harmanpreet Singh, Birendra Lakra, Varun Kumar, Kothajit Singh Khadangbam, Surender Kumar, Amit Rohidas
Midfielders: Manpreet Singh (capt), Chinglensana Singh Kangujam (vice-capt), Nilakanta Sharma, Hardik Singh, Sumit
Forwards: Akashdeep Singh, Mandeep Singh, Dilpreet Singh, Lalit Kumar Upadhyay, Simranjeet Singh

Argentina
Coach: German Orozco
Juan Manuel Vivaldi, Tomás Santiago, Gonzalo Peillat, Pedro Ibarra, Juan Ignacio Gilardi, Ignacio Ortiz, Juan Martín López, Matías Rey, Lucas Rossi, Agustín Bugallo, Nicolás Cicileo, Tomás Bettaglio, Matías Paredes, Agustin Mazzilli, Lucas Vila, Maico Casella, Lucas Martínez, Joaquín Menini

Australia
Coach: Colin Batch
Daniel Beale, Timothy Brand, Andrew Charter, Tom Craig, Matthew Dawson, Blake Govers, Jake Harvie, Jeremy Hayward, Tim Howard, Tyler Lovell, Trent Mitton, Eddie Ockenden, Flynn Ogilvie, Matthew Swann, Corey Weyer, Jake Whetton, Dylan Wotherspoon, Aran Zalewski

Belgium
Coach: Shane McLeod
Vincent Vanasch, Loic Van Doren, Arthur De Sloover, Arthur Van Doren, Loïck Luypaert, Alexander Hendrickx, Gauthier Boccard, Emmanuel Stockbroekx, Simon Gougnard, John-John Dohmen, Victor Wegnez, Felix Denayer, Sébastien Dockier, Cédric Charlier, Tom Boon, Thomas Briels, Florent van Aubel, Nicolas De Kerpel

Canada
Coach: Paul Bundy
Balraj Panesar, Brandon Pereira, Gordon Johnston, Scott Tupper, Keegan Pereira, Matthew Sarmento, Iain Smythe, James Kirkpatrick, Oliver Scholfield, Antoni Kindler, David Carter, Mark Pearson, Sukhi Panesarbc, Gabe Ho-Garcia, John Smythe, Richard Hildreth, Brenden Bissett, Jamie Wallace

China
Coach: Cui Yingbiao
Guo Xiaoping, Ao Zhiwei, Guan Quyang, Ao Suozhu, E Wenhui, Ao Yang, Meng Dihao, Su Jun, Meng Nan, Su Wenlin, Su Lixing, Du Chen, Du Talake, Guo Zixiang, E Wenlong, Wang Caiyu, Ao Weibao, Guo Jin

England
Coach: Danny Kerry
George Pinner, Harry Gibson, Adam Dixon, Liam Sanford, Mark Gleghorne, Jack Waller, Michael Hoare, Luke Taylor, Harry Martin, David Ames, Ian Sloan, Barry Middleton, Zach Wallace, James Gall, Phil Roper, David Condon, Will Calnan, Sam Ward

France
Coach: Jerome Delmee
Artur Thieffry, Corentin Saunier, Pieter van Straaten, Tom Genestet, Hugo Genestet, Blaise Rogeau, Victor Lockwood, Charles Masson, Nicolas Dumont, Gaspard Baumgarten, Francois Goyet, Cristoforo Peters-Duetz, Jean-Baptiste Forgues, Etienne Tynevez, Victor Charlet, Aristide Coisne, Maximillien Branicki, Timothee Clement

Germany
Coach: Stefan Kermas
Mark Appel, Tobias Walter, Florian Fuchs, Benedikt Fürk, Mats Grambusch, Tom Grambusch, Johannes Große, Martin Häner, Tobias Hauke, Timm Herzbruch, Dieter Linnekogel, Marco Miltkau, Mathias Müller, Dan Nguyen Luong, Christopher Rühr, Ferdinand Weinke, Niklas Wellen, Lukas Windfeder

Ireland
Coach: Alexander Cox
David Harte, David Fitzgerald, Jonathan Bell, Paul Gleghorne, Luke Madeley, Conor Harte, Stuart Loughrey, Matthew Bell, Lee Cole, Shane O’Donoghue, Michael Robson, Kirk Shimmins, Sean Murray, Chris Cargo, Daragh Walsh, Matthew Nelson, Mitch Darling, Eugene Magee, Alan Sothern, Jeremy Duncan, (two travelling reserves yet to be named)

Malaysia
Coach: Roelant Oltmans
Kumar Subramaniam, Hairi Rahman, Sumantri Norsyafiq, Ramadan Rosli, Marhan Jalil, Fitri Saari, Joel van Huizen, Faizal Saari, Syed Cholan, Sukri Mutalib, Firhan Ashari, Nabil Noor, Razie Rahim, Faiz Jali, Azri Hassan, Hasan Azuan, Tajuddin Tengku, Nik Rozemi

Netherlands
Coach: Max Caldas
Seve van Ass, Sander Baart, Billy Bakker, Lars Balk, Pirmin Blaak, Thierry Brinkman, Thijs van Dam, Jonas de Geus, Jeroen Hertzberger, Robbert Kemperman, Mirco Pruyser, Glenn Schuurman, Sam van der Ven, Valentin Verga, Bob de Voogd, Mink van der Weerden, Sander de Wijn, Floris Wortelboer

New Zealand
Coach: Darren Smith
Cory Bennett, Marcus Child, George Enersen, Hugo Inglis, Stephen Jenness, Richard Joyce, Dane Lett, Shea McAleese, George Muir, Dominic Newman, Jared Panchia, Arun Panchia, Hayden Phillips, Nick Ross, Kane Russell, Aidan Sarikaya, Blair Tarrant, Nic Woods

Pakistan
Coach: Tauqeer Dar
Imran Butt, Mazhar Abbas, M Irfan Sr, Aleem Bilal, Mubashar Ali, M Tauseeq Arshad, Tasawwar Abbas, Rashid Mahmood, Ajaz Ahmed, Ammad Shakeel Butt, M Irfan Jr, M Rizwan Sr, Ali Shan, Faisal Qadir, Abubakr Mahmood, Umar Bhutta, M Atiq Arshad, Mohammad Zubair

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South Africa
Coach: Mark Hopkins
Tim Drummond, Dayaan Cassiem, Taylor Dart, Tyson Dlungwana, Jethro Eustice, Rhett Halkett, Tommy Hammond, Keenan Horne, Julian Hykes, Gowan Jones, Peabo Lembethe, Mo Mea, Bili Ntuli, Taine Paton, Richard Pautz, Rassie Pieterse, Austin Smith, Nic Spooner

Spain
Coach: Fred Soyez
Alejandro de Frutos, Albert Beltrán, Álvaro Iglesias, Diego Arana, Enrique González de Castejón, Ignacio Rodriguez, Marc Sallés, Marc Boltó, Marc Serrahima, Mario Garin, Miquel Delàs, Pau Quemada, Pepe Romeu, Quico Cortés, Ricardo Santana, Sergi Enrique, Vicenç Ruiz, Xavier Lleonart

HWC 2018 Fixtures & Ranking

The 16 teams are further subdivided into four groups, each group comprising four teams. First the teams within individual group will play with each other and the winner team of a group will then battle with the winner of other groups. Then, the quarter finals and final would be played between the remaining teams.

Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018 Teams & Pools

There are total numbers of 16 teams which are divided into 4 groups. Let’s have a look on all the teams and their groups….

Pool A

Argentina

France

New Zealand

Spain

Pool B

Australia

China

England

Ireland

Pool C

Belgium

Canada

India

South Africa

Pool D

Germany

Malaysia

Netherlands

Pakistan

Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018: Complete schedule with timings

First round

Pool A

Date: 29 November 2018

Time: 17:00

Argentina vs Spain

Date: 29 November 2018

Time: 19:00

New Zealand vs France

Date: 3 December 2018

Time: 19:00

Spain vs France

Date: 3 December 2018

Time: 19:00

New Zealand vs Argentina

Date: 6 December 2018

Time: 17:00

Spain vs New Zealand

Date: 6 December 2018

Time: 19:00

Argentina vs            France

 

Pool B

Date: 30 November 2018

Time: 17:00

Australia vs Ireland

Date: 30 November 2018

Time: 19:00

England vs China

Date: 4 December 2018

Time: 19:00

England vs Australia

Date: 4 December 2018

Time: 19:00

Ireland vs China

Date: 7 December 2018

Time: 17:00

Australia vs China

Date: 7 December 2018

Time: 19:00

Ireland vs England

Pool C

Date: 28 November 2018

Time: 17:00

Belgium vs Canada

Date: 28 November 2018

Time: 19:00

India   vs South Africa

Date: 2 December 2018

Time: 19:00

Canada vs South Africa

Date: 2 December 2018

Time: 19:00

India   vs Belgium

Date: 8 December 2018

Time: 17:00

Belgium vs South Africa

Date: 8 December 2018

Time: 19:00

Canada vs India

 

Pool D

Date: 1 December 2018

Time: 17:00

Netherlands vs Malaysia

Date: 1 December 2018

Time: 19:00

Germany vs Pakistan

Date: 5 December 2018

Time: 19:00

Germany vs Netherlands

Date: 5 December 2018

Time: 19:00

Malaysia vs Pakistan

Date: 9 December 2018

Time: 17:00

Malaysia vs Germany

Date: 9 December 2018

Time: 19:00

Netherlands vs Pakistan

Crossover round

Date: 10 December 2018

Time: 16:45

2nd Pool A vs 3rd Pool B

Date: 10 December 2018

Time: 19:00

2nd Pool B vs 3rd Pool A

Date: 11 December 2018

Time: 16:45

2nd Pool C vs 3rd Pool D

Date: 11 December 2018

Time: 19:00

2nd Pool D vs 3rd Pool C

 

Quarterfinals

Date: 12 December 2018

Time: 16:45

1st Pool A vs 26th Winner Match

Date: 12 December 2018

Time: 19:00

1st Pool B vs 25th Winner Match

Date: 13 December 2018

Time: 16:45

1st Pool C vs 28th Winner Match

Date: 13 December 2018

Time: 19:00

1st Pool D vs 27th Winner Match

Semi-finals

Date: 15 December 2018

Time: 16:00

Winner Match 29 vs Winner Match 32

 

Date: 15 December 2018

Time: 18:30

Winner Match 30 vs Winner Match 31

 

Third place game

Date: 16 December 2018

Time: 16:30

Loser Match 33 vs Loser Match 34

 

Final Match

Date: 16 December 2018

Time: 19:00

Winner Match 33 vs Winner Match 34

Hockey World Cup 2018 Points table

GROUP A:

No. Teams Played Won Drawn Lost GD Points
1 Argentina 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 New Zealand 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Spain 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 France 0 0 0 0 0 0

GROUP B:

No. Teams Played Won Drawn Lost GD Points
1 Australia 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 England 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Ireland 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 China 0 0 0 0 0

GROUP C:

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No. Teams Played Won Drawn Lost GD Points
1 Belgium 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 India 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Canada 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 South Africa 0 0 0 0 0 0

GROUP D:

No. Teams Played Won Drawn Lost GD Points
1 Netherlands 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Germany 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Malaysia 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Pakistan 0 0 0 0 0 0

The final of the tournament will take place on December 28, 2018.