2001 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy


The 2001 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy was the 23rd edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy men's field hockey tournament. It was reorganised to take place in Rotterdam, Netherlands on the scheduled dates of 3–11 November 2001. The event will take place at HC Rotterdam’s brand new NLG 24 million, 8,000-seating facility, which opened in August and was the first world level event at the venue.

2001 Men's Hockey
Champions Trophy
Tournament details
Host countryNetherlands
CityRotterdam
Dates3–11 November
Teams6
Venue(s)Hazelaarweg Stadion
Final positions
Champions Germany (8th title)
Runner-up Australia
Third place Netherlands
Tournament statistics
Matches played18
Goals scored90 (5 per match)
Top scorer(s) Florian Kunz (10 goals)
Best player Florian Kunz
2000 (previous) (next) 2002

Squads


Head Coach: Barry Dancer

  1. Jimi Lewis (GK)
  2. Jon Wyatt
  3. Bill Waugh
  4. Duncan Woods
  5. David Mathews
  6. Mark Pearn
  7. Jimmy Wallis
  8. Jon Evennett
  9. Danny Hall
  10. Andy Humphrey
  11. Jason Collins
  12. Jerome Goudie
  13. Michael Johnson (c)
  14. Nick Taylor (GK)
  15. Danny Haydon
  16. Tom Bertram
  17. Mani Kochar
  18. Robert Todd

Results


Pool

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Germany 5 5 0 0 15 7 +8 15
 Australia 5 4 0 1 15 10 +5 12
 Pakistan 5 2 1 2 14 12 +2 7
 Netherlands 5 2 1 2 11 11 0 7
 England 5 1 0 4 11 17 6 3
 South Korea 5 0 0 5 8 17 9 0
Source: [citation needed]
3 November 2001
12:00
England  4–3  South Korea
Wallis  26'
Matthews  46', 50', 53'
Report Yeo Woon-kon  34'
Song Seung-tae  40'
Hwang Jong-hyun  45'
3 November 2001
14:30
Netherlands  1–1  Pakistan
Taekema  9' Report Abbas  27'
3 November 2001
17:00
Germany  2–1  Australia
Domke  41'
Kunz  60'
Report Hiskins  8'

4 November 2001
12:30
Pakistan  2–0  South Korea
Jawad  6' Report
4 November 2001
15:00
Australia  3–2  Netherlands
Dwyer  20'
Elder  58'
Smith  65'
Report De Nooijer  6'
M. Brouwer  68'
4 November 2001
17:30
Germany  2–0  England
Kunz  7', 24' Report

6 November 2001
14:30
Australia  3–1  Pakistan
Hiskins  42', 55'
Commens  68'
Report Abbas  66'
6 November 2001
17:00
Germany  3–0  South Korea
Kunz  14', 46'
Domke  63'
Report
6 November 2001
19:30
England  2–3  Netherlands
Hall  44'
Pearn  55'
Report De Nooijer  18'
Eikelboom  21'
Delmee  25'

7 November 2001
15:00
Pakistan  4–5  Germany
Abbas  34', 35', 51'
Sarwar  56'
Report Domke  5'
Green  28'
Kunz  30', 54'
Wein  32'
7 November 2001
17:30
Australia  3–2  England
Wells  21'
Elder  28'
Hiskins  53'
Report Collins  26'
Wallis  41'
7 November 2001
20:00
South Korea  2–3  Netherlands
Kang Keon-wook  13'
Lee Jung-seon  24'
Report De Nooijer  35'
M. Brouwer  38'
Geeris  42'

10 November 2001
10:00
South Korea  3–5  Australia
Yeo Woon-kon  35'
Kang Keon-wook  55'
Lee Jung-seon  68'
Report Victory  20'
Commens  36'
Elder  36', 49'
Webster  67'
10 November 2001
12:00
Netherlands  2–3  Germany
Taekema  47'
Klaver  68'
Report Michel  2'
Reinelt  38'
Kunz  59'
10 November 2001
13:30
England  3–6  Pakistan
Pearn  15'
Wyatt  24'
Hall  53'
Report Abbas  7', 35'
Jawad  35', 60', 69'
Nadeem  64'

Classification

Fifth and sixth place
11 November 2001
12:00
England  3–3 (a.e.t.)  South Korea
Hall  32'
Goudie  64'
Pearn  66'
Report Lee Jung-seon  7'
Hwang Jong-hyun  51'
Song Seung-tae  65'
Penalties
Hall
Matthews
Wyatt
Bertram
3–2 Yeo Woon-kon
Kim Kyung-seok
Shin Seok-kyo
Lee Jung-seon
Kang Seong-jung
Third and fourth place
11 November 2001
11:00
Pakistan  2–5  Netherlands
Report
Final
11 November 2001
13:30
Germany  2–1  Australia
Kunz  35', 46' Report Smith  45'

Awards


Topscorer Player of the Tournament
Florian Kunz Florian Kunz

Final standings


  1.  Germany
  2.  Australia
  3.  Netherlands
  4.  Pakistan
  5.  England
  6.  South Korea