Field hockey at the 1964 Summer Olympics

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Field hockey
at the Games of the XVIII Olympiad
1964 Olympics fhockey stamp of Japan.jpg
Field hockey at the 1964 Olympics on a stamp of Japan
Venue Komazawa Hockey Field
Dates 11–23 October 1964
Competitors 226 from 15 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s)  India (7th title)
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Pakistan
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Australia
← 1960
1968 →

Field hockey at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo took place from 11 to 23 October at the Komazawa Hockey Field. 15 teams played in the field hockey competition.[1]

Medalists

Gold Silver Bronze
 India (IND)
Haripal Kaushik
Mohinder Lal
Shankar Lakshman
Bandu Patil
John Peter
Ali Sayed
Udham Singh Kullar
Charanjit Singh
Darshan Singh
Dharam Singh
Gurbux Singh
Harbinder Singh
Jagjit Singh
Joginder Singh
Prithipal Singh
 Pakistan (PAK)
Abdul Hamid
Muhammad Asad Malik
Munir Dar
Mahmood Khalid
Anwar Ahmed Khan
Nawaz Khizar
Azam Khurshid
Muhammad Manna
Manzoor Hussain Atif
Mohammed Rashid
Motiullah
Tariq Niazi
Saeed Anwar
Aziz Tariq
Hayat Zafar
Uddin Zaka
 Australia (AUS)
Mervyn Crossman
Paul Dearing
Raymond Evans
Brian Glencross
Robin Hodder
John McBryde
Donald McWatters
Patrick Nilan
Eric Pearce
Julian Pearce
Desmond Piper
Donald Smart
Anthony Waters
Graham Wood

Group stage

Group A

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Pakistan 6 6 0 0 17 3 +14 12 Semi-finals
2  Australia 6 4 0 2 16 5 +11 8
3  Kenya 6 3 1 2 7 9 −2 7 5th–8th place classification
4  Japan (H) 6 3 0 3 6 6 0 6
5  Great Britain 6 2 0 4 5 12 −7 4
6  Rhodesia 6 1 1 4 4 16 −12 3
7  New Zealand 6 1 0 5 6 10 −4 2
Source: TheSports.org
(H) Host.
11 October 1964
Kenya  0–0  Rhodesia
11 October 1964
Pakistan  1–0  Japan
11 October 1964
Great Britain  0–7  Australia

12 October 1964
Pakistan  5–2  Kenya
12 October 1964
Australia  3–0  Rhodesia
12 October 1964
Great Britain  0–2  New Zealand

13 October 1964
Australia  3–1  Japan
13 October 1964
Great Britain  4–1  Rhodesia
13 October 1964
Kenya  3–2  New Zealand

15 October 1964
Pakistan  1–0  Great Britain
15 October 1964
Japan  1–0  New Zealand
15 October 1964
Kenya  1–0  Australia

16 October 1964
Kenya  0–2  Japan
16 October 1964
Australia  2–1  New Zealand
16 October 1964
Pakistan  6–0  Rhodesia

18 October 1964
Great Britain  0–1  Kenya
18 October 1964
Japan  2–1  Rhodesia
18 October 1964
Pakistan  2–0  New Zealand

19 October 1964
Pakistan  2–1  Australia
19 October 1964
Great Britain  1–0  Japan
19 October 1964
New Zealand  1–2  Rhodesia

Group B

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  India 7 5 2 0 18 4 +14 12 Semi-finals
2  Spain 7 4 3 0 16 3 +13 11
3  Netherlands 7 4 1 2 20 4 +16 9 5th–8th place classification
4  United Team of Germany 7 2 5 0 9 4 +5 9
5  Malaya 7 2 2 3 11 13 −2 6
6  Belgium 7 2 2 3 10 13 −3 6
7  Canada 7 1 0 6 5 25 −20 2
8  Hong Kong 7 0 1 6 3 26 −23 1
Source: TheSports.org
11 October 1964
Spain  1–1  Netherlands
11 October 1964
United Team of Germany  5–1  Canada
11 October 1964
Malaya  4–1  Hong Kong
11 October 1964
India  2–0  Belgium

12 October 1964
India  1–1  United Team of Germany
12 October 1964
Belgium  2–0  Hong Kong
12 October 1964
Spain  3–0  Malaya
12 October 1964
Netherlands  5–0  Canada

14 October 1964
Hong Kong  1–2  Canada
14 October 1964
United Team of Germany  1–0  Netherlands
14 October 1964
Belgium  3–3  Malaya
14 October 1964
India  1–1  Spain

15 October 1964
Netherlands  4–0  Belgium
15 October 1964
Spain  3–0  Canada
15 October 1964
United Team of Germany  0–0  Malaya
15 October 1964
India  6–0  Hong Kong

17 October 1964
Belgium  5–1  Canada
17 October 1964
India  3–1  Malaya
17 October 1964
Spain  1–1  United Team of Germany
17 October 1964
Netherlands  7–0  Hong Kong

18 October 1964
Netherlands  2–0  Malaya
18 October 1964
United Team of Germany  0–0  Belgium
18 October 1964
Spain  4–0  Hong Kong
18 October 1964
India  3–0  Canada

19 October 1964
Malaya  3–1  Canada
19 October 1964
United Team of Germany  3–1  Hong Kong
19 October 1964
Spain  3–0  Belgium
19 October 1964
India  2–1  Netherlands

Classification round

Fifth to eighth place classification

 
Cross-overs Fifth place
 
           
 
21 October
 
 
 Kenya (a.e.t.) 3
 
22 October
 
 Netherlands 1
 
 Kenya 0
 
21 October
 
 Germany 3
 
 Germany 5
 
 
 Japan 1
 

Cross-overs

21 October 1964
Kenya  3–1 (a.e.t.)  Netherlands

21 October 1964
United Team of Germany  5–1  Japan

Fifth and sixth place

22 October 1964
Kenya  0–3  United Team of Germany

Medal round

 
Semi-finals Gold medal match
 
           
 
21 October
 
 
 Pakistan 3
 
23 October
 
 Spain 0
 
 Pakistan 0
 
21 October
 
 India 1
 
 India 3
 
 
 Australia 1
 
Bronze medal match
 
 
23 October
 
 
 Australia (a.e.t.) 3
 
 
 Spain 2

Semi-finals

21 October 1964
Pakistan  3–0  Spain

21 October 1964
India  3–1  Australia

Bronze medal match

23 October 1964
Australia  3–2 (a.e.t.)  Spain

Gold medal match

23 October 1964
Pakistan  0–1  India

Final standings

Rank Team
1st, gold medalist(s)  India
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Pakistan
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Australia
4  Spain
5  United Team of Germany
6  Kenya
7  Japan
 Netherlands
9  Great Britain
 Malaya
11  Belgium
 Rhodesia
13  Canada
 New Zealand
15  Hong Kong

Participants

Ninth place  Great Britain[2][3]

References

  1. ^ "Hockey at the 1964 Tokyo Summer Games". Sports Reference. Retrieved 25 September 2019.
  2. ^ "OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. "Land Included In Hockey XI." Times [London, England] 9 Oct. 1964". The Times Digital Archive.
  3. ^ "Our Special Correspondent-KOMAZAWA, OCT. 12. "The Old Story Of Failure To Finish." Times [London, England] 13 Oct. 1964". The Times Digital Archive.

Sources

  • Tokyo Organizing Committee (1964). The Games of the XVIII Olympiad: Tokyo 1964, vol. 2.
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