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The India
India
national field hockey team[1] was the first non-European team to be a part of the International Hockey Federation. In 1928, the team won its first Olympic gold medal and until 1956, the India
India
men's team remained unbeaten in the Olympics, winning six gold medals in a row. The team had a 30-0 winning streak during this time, from their first game until losing in the 1960 gold medal final. India
India
also won the 1975 World Cup. In 2016, the Indian men's team won its first ever silver medal in Champions Trophy tournament against Australia.[2] In 2016, at Rio Olympics 2016, the Indian men's team reached the knock-out stages of the hockey event after a gap of 36 years. India
India
is the most successful team ever in Olympics, having won eight Olympics gold medals till date. Their 2014 Team (who qualified for the 2016 Summer Olympics
2016 Summer Olympics
after winning gold at the Asian Games) is ranked sixth in the world.

Indian Hockey Team in Azlan Shah Cup 2018.

Contents

1 Medals table 2 Tournament history

2.1 Summer Olympics 2.2 World Cup 2.3 World League 2.4 Champions Trophy 2.5 Commonwealth Games 2.6 Asian Games 2.7 Asian Cup 2.8 Asian Champions Trophy 2.9 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2.10 Champions Challenge 2.11 Afro-Asian Games 2.12 South Asian Games

3 Team

3.1 Current roster 3.2 Reserves 3.3 Support staff

4 Notable former players 5 See also 6 References 7 External links

Medals table[edit]

Indian field hockey team in Azlan Shah Cup, India
India
vs Argentina match

Indian Field hockey
Field hockey
Team at 1928 Olympics

Indian Field hockey
Field hockey
Team at 1932 Olympics

Indian Field hockey
Field hockey
Team at the 1936 Berlin
Berlin
Olympics

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total

1 Olympics 8 1 2 11

5 World Cup 1 1 1 3

5 FIH Hockey World League 0 0 2 2

8 Hockey Champions Trophy 0 1 1 2

2 Commonwealth Games 0 2 0 2

3 Asian Games 3 9 2 14

2 Asia Cup 3 5 1 9

2 Asian Hockey Champions Trophy 2 1 0 3

2 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 5 2 7 14

3 Hockey Champions Challenge 1 1 2 4

1 Afro-Asian Games 1 0 0 1

2 South Asian Games 1 3 0 4

Tournament history[edit] Summer Olympics[edit]

No Year Host Position Wins Draws Losses

1 1928 Amsterdam, Netherlands 01 ! 5 0 0

2 1932 Los Angeles, USA 01 ! 2 0 0

3 1936 Berlin, Germany 01 ! 5 0 0

4 1948 London, UK 01 ! 5 0 0

5 1952 Helsinki, Finland 01 ! 3 0 0

6 1956 Melbourne, Australia 01 ! 5 0 0

7 1960 Rome, Italy 02 ! 5 0 1

8 1964 Tokyo, Japan 01 ! 7 2 0

9 1968 Mexico City, Mexico 03 ! 7 0 2

10 1972 Munich, West Germany 03 ! 6 2 1

11 1976 Montreal, Canada 7th 4 0 3

12 1980 Moscow, USSR 01 ! 4 2 0

13 1984 Los Angeles, USA 5th 5 1 1

14 1988 Seoul, South Korea 6th 3 1 3

15 1992 Barcelona, Spain 7th 3 0 4

16 1996 Atlanta, USA 8th 2 2 3

17 2000 Sydney, Australia 7th 3 2 2

18 2004 Athens, Greece 7th 2 1 4

2008 Beijing, China DNQ

19 2012 London, UK 12th 0 0 6

20 2016 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 8th 2 1 3

21 2020 Tokyo, Japan

Totals 76 14 33

World Cup[edit]

No Year Host Position

1 1971 Barcelona, Spain 03 !

2 1973 Amstelveen, Netherlands 02 !

3 1975 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 01 !

4 1978 Buenos Aires, Argentina 6th

5 1982 Bombay, India 5th

6 1986 London, UK 12th

7 1990 Lahore, Pakistan 10th

8 1994 Sydney, Australia 5th

9 1998 Utrecht, Netherlands 9th

10 2002 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 10th

11 2006 Mönchengladbach, Germany 11th

12 2010 New Delhi, India 8th

13 2014 The Hague, Netherlands 9th

14 2018 Bhubaneswar, India Q

World League[edit]

FIH Hockey World League

Year Round

India
India
2012–13 6th

India
India
2014–15 03 !

India
India
2016–17 03 !

Champions Trophy[edit]

No Year Host Position

1 1980 Karachi, Pakistan 5th

2 1982 Amstelveen, Netherlands 03 !

3 1983 Karachi, Pakistan 4th

4 1985 Perth, Australia 6th

5 1986 Karachi, Pakistan 5th

6 1989 Berlin, West Germany 6th

7 1995 Berlin, Germany 5th

8 1996 Madras, India 4th

9 2002 Cologne, Germany 4th

10 2003 Amstelveen, Netherlands 4th

11 2004 Lahore, Pakistan 4th

12 2005 Chennai, India 5th

13 2012 Melbourne, Australia 4th

14 2014 Bhubaneswar, India 4th

15 2016 London, UK 02 !

Commonwealth Games[edit]

No Year Host Position

1 1998 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 4th

2 2006 Melbourne, Australia 6th

3 2010 New Delhi, India 02 !

4 2014 Glasgow, Scotland 02 !

5 2018 Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

Asian Games[edit]

yes Year Host Position

1 1958 Tokyo, Japan 02 !

2 1962 Jakarta, Indonesia 02 !

3 1966 Bangkok, Thailand 01 !

4 1970 Bangkok, Thailand 02 !

5 1974 Tehran, Iran 02 !

6 1978 Bangkok, Thailand 02 !

7 1982 New Delhi, India 02 !

8 1986 Seoul, South Korea 03 !

9 1990 Beijing, China 02 !

10 1994 Hiroshima, Japan 02 !

11 1998 Bangkok, Thailand 01 !

12 2002 Busan, South Korea 02 !

13 2006 Doha, Qatar 5th

14 2010 Guangzhou, China 03 !

15 2014 Incheon, South Korea 01 !

16 2018 Jakarta, Indonesia

Asian Cup[edit]

No Year Host Position

1 1982 Karachi, Pakistan 02 !

2 1985 Dhaka, Bangladesh 02 !

3 1989 New Delhi, India 02 !

4 1994 Hiroshima, Japan 02 !

5 1999 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 03 !

6 2003 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 01 !

7 2007 Chennai, India 01 !

8 2009 Kuantan, Malaysia 5th

9 2013 Ipoh, Malaysia 02 !

10 2017 Dhaka, Bangladesh 01 !

Asian Champions Trophy[edit]

No Year Host Position

1 2011 Ordos, China 01 !

2 2012 Doha, Qatar 02 !

3 2013 Kakamigahara, Japan 5th

4 2016 Kuantan, Malaysia 01 !

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup[edit]

No Year Host Position

1 1983 Malaysia 03 !

2 1985 Malaysia 01 !

3 1991 Malaysia 01 !

4 1995 Malaysia 01 !

5 1999 Malaysia 5th

6 2000 Malaysia 03 !

7 2001 Malaysia 5th

8 2004 Malaysia 7th

9 2005 Malaysia 5th

10 2006 Malaysia 03 !

11 2007 Malaysia 03 !

12 2008 Malaysia 02 !

13 2009 Malaysia 01 !

14 2010 Malaysia 01 !

15 2011 Malaysia 6th

16 2012 Malaysia 03 !

17 2013 Malaysia 5th

18 2015 Malaysia 03 !

19 2016 Malaysia 02 !

20 2017 Malaysia 03 !

21 2018 Malaysia 5th

Champions Challenge[edit]

No Year Host Position

1 2001 Kuala Lumpur 01 !

2 2007 Boom 03 !

3 2009 Salta 03 !

4 2011 Johannesburg 02 !

Afro-Asian Games[edit]

No Year Host Position

1 2003 Hyderabad, India 01 !

South Asian Games[edit]

No Year Host Position

1 1995 Madras, India 01 !

2 2004 Islamabad, Pakistan 02 !

3 2010 Dhaka, Bangladesh 02 !

4 2016 Guwahati, India 02 !

Team[edit] Current roster[edit] Players who are part of the 33-member core squad for 2018:[3]

No. Pos. Name Birthdate From Club

2 GK Chikte, AkashAkash Chikte (1992-07-24) 24 July 1992 (age 25) Yavatmal, Maharashtra Ranchi Rays

13 GK Karkera, SurajSuraj Karkera (1995-10-14) 14 October 1995 (age 22) Mumbai, Maharashtra Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
Wizards

16 GK Sreejesh, P. R.P. R. Sreejesh (1986-05-08) 8 May 1986 (age 31) Ernakulam, Kerala Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
Wizards

19 GK Pathak, KrishanKrishan Pathak (1997-04-24) 24 April 1997 (age 20) Kapurthala, Punjab Dabang Mumbai

1 DF Singh, HarmanpreetHarmanpreet Singh (1996-01-06) 6 January 1996 (age 22) Amritsar, Punjab Dabang Mumbai

3 DF Singh, Rupinder PalRupinder Pal Singh (1990-11-11) 11 November 1990 (age 27) Faridkot, Punjab Delhi Waveriders

4 DF Singh, GurinderGurinder Singh (1995-01-01) 1 January 1995 (age 23) Ropar, Punjab Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
Wizards

6 DF Kumar, SurenderSurender Kumar (1993-11-23) 23 November 1993 (age 24) Karnal, Haryana Delhi Waveriders

12 DF Tirkey, DipsanDipsan Tirkey (1998-10-15) 15 October 1998 (age 19) Sundergarh, Odisha Kalinga Lancers

22 DF Kumar, VarunVarun Kumar (1995-07-25) 25 July 1995 (age 22) Jalandhar, Punjab Punjab Warriors

23 DF Xess, Nilam SanjeepNilam Sanjeep Xess (1998-11-07) 7 November 1998 (age 19) Bargarh, Odisha Kalinga Lancers

26 DF Lakra, BirendraBirendra Lakra (1990-02-03) 3 February 1990 (age 28) Simdega, Jharkhand Ranchi Rays

30 DF Rohidas, AmitAmit Rohidas (1993-05-10) 10 May 1993 (age 24) Sundergarh, Odisha Kalinga Lancers

5 MF Singh, KothajitKothajit Singh (1992-08-17) 17 August 1992 (age 25) Imphal East, Manipur Ranchi Rays

7 MF Singh, ManpreetManpreet Singh (1992-06-26) 26 June 1992 (age 25) Jalandhar, Punjab Ranchi Rays

8 MF Singh, SardarSardar Singh (1986-07-15) 15 July 1986 (age 31) Sirsa, Haryana Punjab Warriors

10 MF Singh, SimranjeetSimranjeet Singh (1996-12-27) 27 December 1996 (age 21) Batala, Punjab Ranchi Rays

15 MF Uthappa, S. K.S. K. Uthappa (1993-12-02) 2 December 1993 (age 24) Kodagu, Karnataka Kalinga Lancers

17 MF , SumitSumit (1996-12-20) 20 December 1996 (age 21) Sonipat, Haryana Ranchi Rays

18 MF Sharma, NilakantaNilakanta Sharma (1995-05-02) 2 May 1995 (age 22) Imphal East, Manipur Dabang Mumbai

21 MF Singh, HarjeetHarjeet Singh (1996-01-02) 2 January 1996 (age 22) Tarn Taran, Punjab Delhi Waveriders

25 MF Singh, SatbirSatbir Singh (1993-10-22) 22 October 1993 (age 24) Gurdaspur, Punjab Punjab Warriors

29 MF Singh, ChinglensanaChinglensana Singh (1991-12-02) 2 December 1991 (age 26) Imphal East, Manipur Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
Wizards

9 FW Singh, GurjantGurjant Singh (1995-01-26) 26 January 1995 (age 23) Amritsar, Punjab Dabang Mumbai

10 FW Qureshi, ArmaanArmaan Qureshi (1995-01-01) 1 January 1995 (age 23) Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh Punjab Warriors

11 FW Singh, MandeepMandeep Singh (1995-01-25) 25 January 1995 (age 23) Jalandhar, Punjab Delhi Waveriders

14 FW Upadhyay, LalitLalit Upadhyay (1993-12-01) 1 December 1993 (age 24) Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh Kalinga Lancers

20 FW Singh, TalwinderTalwinder Singh (1994-01-01) 1 January 1994 (age 24) Jalandhar, Punjab Delhi Waveriders

24 FW Sunil, S. V.S. V. Sunil (1989-05-06) 6 May 1989 (age 28) Kodagu, Karnataka Punjab Warriors

27 FW Singh, AkashdeepAkashdeep Singh (1994-12-02) 2 December 1994 (age 23) Tarn Taran, Punjab Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
Wizards

28 FW Kumar, SumitSumit Kumar (1997-05-11) 11 May 1997 (age 20) Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh Ranchi Rays

30 FW Yousuf, AffanAffan Yousuf (1994-12-29) 29 December 1994 (age 23) Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh Dabang Mumbai

31 FW Singh, RamandeepRamandeep Singh (1993-04-01) 1 April 1993 (age 24) Gurdaspur, Punjab Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
Wizards

Reserves[edit] Other players who were part of the squad in 2018:[4]

No. Pos. Name Birthdate From Club

4 DF Mor, MandeepMandeep Mor (1999-03-16) 16 March 1999 (age 19) Narwana, Haryana –

30 MF Prasad, VivekVivek Prasad (2000-02-25) 25 February 2000 (age 18) Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh –

12 FW Singh, DilpreetDilpreet Singh (1999-11-12) 12 November 1999 (age 18) Amritsar, Punjab –

32 FW Lakra, ShilanandShilanand Lakra (1999-05-05) 5 May 1999 (age 18) Sundergarh, Odisha –

Support staff[edit]

Head coach: Sjoerd Marijne[5] Assistant coaches: Jugraj Singh (drag-flick) and Arjun Halappa Analytical coach: Chris Ciriello[6] High-performance director: David John Scientific advisor: Scott Conway

Notable former players[edit]

Jaipal Singh Munda Dhyan Chand Richard Allen Joseph Galibardy Earnest Goodsir-Cullen Peter Fernandes Leslie Claudius Raghbir Singh Bhola Baboo Nimal Hiranna M. Nimal Prithipal Singh K. D. Singh Balbir Singh, Sr. Udham Singh Charanjit Singh Shankar Lakshman Jaman Lal Sharma M. P. Ganesh Ashok Kumar Mohammed Shahid Mohammed Riaz Ajit Pal Singh Balbir Singh Kullar Merwyn Fernandes Surjit Singh B. P. Govinda Zafar Iqbal Marcellus Gomes Jagbir Singh Thoiba Singh M. M. Somaya Vasudevan Baskaran Jalaluddin Rizvi Pargat Singh Dhanraj Pillay Jude Menezes Jugraj Singh Viren Rasquinha Ignace Tirkey Dilip Tirkey Adam Sinclair Mukesh Kumar Arjun Halappa Len Aiyappa Devesh Chauhan Adrian D'Souza Gagan Ajit Singh Deepak Thakur Prabhjot Singh Bimal Lakra Aslam Sher Khan Baljit Singh Dhillon Bharat Chettri Dhananjay Mahadik Harbinder Singh Sandeep Singh

See also[edit]

Hockey portal

India
India
women's national field hockey team List of Indian hockey captains in Olympics Hockey in India

References[edit]

^ "Hockey India". Retrieved 7 January 2015.  ^ "Champions trophy Stubborn India
India
go down to Australia
Australia
in thrilling final". SportsCafe.in. 2016-06-17. Retrieved 2016-06-20.  ^ " Hockey India
Hockey India
names 33-member squad for 2018 season". The Times of India. 3 January 2018. Retrieved 20 January 2018.  ^ "Goalkeeper PR Sreejesh named in India
India
hockey squad for New Zealand tour". Deccan Chronicle. 8 January 2018. Retrieved 20 January 2018.  ^ "Sjoerd Marijne named chief coach of Indian men's hockey team". Hindustan Times. 8 September 2017. Retrieved 17 September 2017.  ^ "Ciriello roped in as analytical coach of Indian men's hockey team". The Times of India. 16 January 2018. Retrieved 20 January 2018. 

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squad – 1980 Summer Olympics – Gold medal

1 Schofield (GK) 2 Chettri 3 Dung Dung 4 R. Singh 5 D. Singh 6 G. Singh 7 R. P. Singh 8 Baskaran (c) 9 Somaya 10 Kaushik 11 Kumar 12 Fernandes 13 Rana 14 Shahid 15 Iqbal 16 Sodhi

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squad – 2004 Summer Olympics – 7th place

1 Chauhan 3 D. Tirkey 4 S. Singh 6 I. Tirkey 7 P. Singh 8 Thakur 9 D. Pillay 10 Singh Dhillon 11 GA Singh 12 D'Souza 24 Xalco 18 Rasquinha 23 Halappa 24 Sinclair 25 H. Singh 27 V. Pillay

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squad – 2006 FIH World Cup

1 Chettri (GK) 2 D. Tirkey (c) 3 K. Singh 4 Vakkaliga 6 P. Tirkey 9 G. A. Singh 10 T. Singh 11 Kumar 12 D'Souza (GK) 15 R. Singh 16 S. Singh 18 Rasquinha 19 Hariprasad 21 Swamy 22 I. Tirkey 23 Halappa 27 V. Pillay 28 Khandker

Coach: Baskaran

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squad – 2006 Commonwealth Games

1 Kumar (GK) 2 Thakur 3 K. Singh 4 San. Singh 5 T. Singh 6 I. Tirkey (c) 10 P. Tirkey 11 D. Singh 12 B. Singh (GK) 15 R. Singh 19 Sar. Singh 21 Rasquinha 23 Halappa 25 Xalao 27 V. Pillay 28 Khandker

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squad – 2010 FIH World Cup

1 D'Souza 4 Sand. Singh 5 Halappa 7 P. Singh 8 Sard. Singh 9 Chandi 10 Thakur 11 Sara. Singh 13 G. Singh 14 Khandker 15 R. Singh (c) 16 Raveendran 18 Shiv. Singh 22 Bharat 25 Mahadik 27 V. Pillay 29 Mujtaba 32 Diwakar

Coach: Brasa

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squad – 2010 Commonwealth Games – Silver medal

1 Chetri 2 Chiraka 3 Mujtaba 4 San. Singh 5 Halappa 6 I. Tirkey 7 Mahadik 8 Sard. Singh 9 Dha. Singh 10 Pal 11 Sara. Singh 12 Shiv. Singh 13 G. Singh 14 Khandker 15 R. Singh (c) 16 V. Pillay

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squad – 2012 Summer Olympics – 12th place

1 Tirkey 4 San. Singh 6 Chettri 7 M. Singh 8 Sar. Singh 10 D. Singh 12 Raghunath 13 G. Singh 14 Khandker 15 Uthappa 16 Sreejesh Ravindran 17 Mujtaba 18 Sh. Singh 21 Singh Chandi 24 Sunil 26 Lakra

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squad – 2012 Champions Trophy – 4th place

3 R. Singh 5 K. Singh 7 M. Singh 8 Sar. Singh 9 Walmiki 10 D. Singh 12 Raghunath 15 Uthappa 16 Tirkey 17 Mujtaba 19 Thimmaiah 21 Chandi 22 San. Singh 23 Potunuri 24 Sunil 26 Lakra 27 A. Singh 28 G. Singh

Coach: Nobbs

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squad – 2014 FIH World Cup

1 H. Singh 3 R. P. Singh 5 K. Singh 7 Manp. Singh 8 S. Singh (c) 9 Walmiki 10 D. Singh 11 Mand. Singh 12 Raghunath 13 G. Singh 14 Upadhyay 15 Uthappa 16 Sreejesh Ravindran 24 Sunil 26 Lakra 27 A. Singh 28 J. Singh 29 C. Singh

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squad – 2014 Commonwealth Games – Silver medal

1 Rup. Singh (c) 2 Khadangbam 3 M. Singh 4 Sar. Singh 5 D. Singh 6 Ramachandra 7 G. Singh 8 Raveendran (GK) 9 Mujtaba 10 Chandi 11 Vitalacharya 12 Lakra 13 A. Singh 14 Kangujam 15 Ram. Singh 16 Thimmaiah

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