Men Field Hockey Olympic Games 1976 Montreal (CAN) - 18-30.07 Winner New Zealand
Finals
Gamedatetimeteam 1scoreteam 2HT
Final30.0717:00New Zealand1-0Australia0-0
3-430.0715:00Pakistan3-2Netherlands1-1
5-630.0712:00West Germany9-1Spain2-0
7-830.0710:00India2-0Malaysia0-0
9-1029.0710:00Belgium3-2Canada1-0
after 4 Over Times ; FT 2-2
1/228.0715:00Australia2-1Pakistan1-1
1/228.0717:00New Zealand2-1Netherlands1-1
after 3 Over Times ; FT 1-1
5-829.0712:00Spain2-1Malaysia1-0
5-829.0717:00West Germany3-2India0-1
9-1128.0712:00Belgium3-2Argentina1-1
after 4OT ; FT 2-2
Play-off26.0713:00Australia1-1India1-1
after 5 Over times ; FT 1-1 ; pen. strokes 5-4
Play-off26.0716:00New Zealand1-0Spain0-0
after 3OT ; FT 0-0
Final rankingPwdlgfga
1. New Zealand1042110:9
2. Australia941317:9
3. Pakistan941120:10
4. Netherlands1050214:8
5. West Germany731222:13
6. Spain622312:18
7. India941317:13
8. Malaysia42054:11
9. Belgium630311:19
10.Canada21056:14
11.Argentina21056:15
-.Kenya Withdrew
Qualification Men OQ 1976.

Groups Round.

Draw Cannes (FRA) 01.02.1976.
First 2 to Semi-Finals. Play-Offs needed for 2nd place.
Group Apwdlgfga
1. Netherlands1050011:3
2. Australia630214:6
2. India630212:9
4. Malaysia42033:7
5. Canada21044:11
5. Argentina21044:12
TeamNethAustIndiMalaCanaArge
Netherlands---2:13:12:03:11:0
Australia ---6:12:03:0
India ---3:03:04:0
Malaysia ---1:02:0
Canada ---3:1
Argentina 3:2 ---
datetimeteam 1scoreteam 2HT
18.0710:00India4-0Argentina2-0
18.0712:00Australia2-0Malaysia1-0
19.0715:00Netherlands3-1India0-1
19.0717:00Australia3-0Canada2-0
20.0710:00Netherlands2-0Malaysia0-0
20.0712:00Canada3-1Argentina2-0
21.0715:00Australia6-1India3-1
21.0717:00Malaysia2-0Argentina0-0
22.0710:00India3-0Canada1-0
22.0712:00Netherlands2-1Australia2-0
23.0715:00Netherlands1-0Argentina1-0
23.0717:00Malaysia1-0Canada0-0
24.0710:00India3-0Malaysia2-0
24.0712:00Argentina3-2Australia1-1
25.0717:00Netherlands3-1Canada0-1
Group Bpwdlgfga
1. Pakistan731016:6
2. New Zealand41216:8
2. Spain41219:7
4. West Germany311210:10
5. Belgium21035:15
-. Kenya withdrew
TeamPakiNeZeSpaiWeGeBelgKeny
Pakistan---5:22:24:25:0
New Zealand ---1:11:12:1
Spain ---4:1
West Germany ---6:1
Belgium 3:2 ---
Kenya ---
datetimeteam 1scoreteam 2HT
18.0715:00Pakistan5-0Belgium1-0
18.0717:00New Zealand1-1West Germany0-0
19.0710:00Pakistan2-2Spain1-1
20.0715:00New Zealand1-1Spain0-1
21.0710:00Pakistan4-2West Germany2-1
21.0712:00New Zealand2-1Belgium1-0
22.0717:00Spain4-1West Germany3-1
23.0710:00Belgium3-2Spain1-1
24.0715:00Pakistan5-2New Zealand4-1
24.0717:00West Germany6-1Belgium3-1
Play-Offs for 12th spot
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HT
19.03Great Britain3-0Belgium
20.03Belgium1-0Great Britain
21.03Belgium2-1Great Britainaet
After the African Boycott and the withdrawl of Kenya and the rejection of Ghana, FIH decided on 18.07 not to invite Great Britain.
The Great Britain was assembled in London.
Reserves
Great Britain
Japan
France
Mexico
Ghana

Teams Composition

1. New Zealand
Paul Ackerley
Jeff Archibald
Thur Borren
Alan Chesney
John Christensen
Greg Dayman
Tony Ineson
Barry Maister
Selwyn Maister
Trevor Manning
Alan McIntyre
Neil McLeod
Arthur Parkin
Mohan Patel
Ramesh Patel
Les Wilson
2. Australia
Robert Haigh
Richard Charlesworth
David Bell
Gregory Browning
Ian Cooke
Barry Dancer
Douglas Golder
Wayne Hammond
James Irvine
Stephen Marshall
Malcolm Poole
Robert Proctor
Graham Reid
Ronald Riley
Trevor Smith
Tony Walsh
3. Pakistan
Saleem Sherwani
Manzoor Hassan
Munawarux Zaman
Saleem Nazim
Rasool Akhtar
Iftikhar Syed
Islahud Din
Manzoor Hussain
Abdul Rashid
Shanaz Sheik
Samiullah Khan
Qamar Zia
Arshad Mahmood
Arshad Ali Chaudry
Mudassar Asghar
Haneef Khan
4. Netherlands
Maarten Sikking
André Bolhuis
Tim Steens
Geert van Eijk
Theo Doyer
Coen Kranenberg
Rob Toft
Wouter Leefers
Hans Jorritsma
Hans Kruize
Jan Albers
Paul Litjens
Imbert Jebbink
Ron Steens
Bart Taminiau
Wouter Kan
5. West Germany
Wolfgang Rott
Klaus Ludwiczak
Michael Peter
Dieter Freise
Fritz Schmidt
Michael Krause
Horst Dröse
Werner Kaessmann
Ulrich Vos
Peter Caninenberg
Peter Trump
Hans Montag
Wolfgang Strödter
Heiner Dopp
Rainer Seifert
Ralf Lauruschkat
6. Spain
Luis-Alberto Carrera
Juan Amat
Jaime Arbos
Juan Arbos
Ricardo Cabot
Juan Colomer
Francisco Codina
Augustín Churruca
Francisco Fábregas
Jorge Fábregas
Augustín Masana
Juan Pellon
Ramón Quintana
José Salles
Francisco Segura
Luis Touse
7. India
Ajitpal Singh
Vaduvelu Phillips
Baldev Singh
Ashok Diwan
Govinda Billimogaputtaswamy
Ashok Singh
Virinder Singh
Harcharan Singh
Mohinder Singh
Aslam Khan
Syed Ali
Birbhadur Chattri
Chand Singh
Ajit Singh
Surjit Singh
Vasudevan Baskaran
8. Malaysia
Bin Zainal Khairuddin
Mohammed Zain Azraai
Naganathy Srishanmuganathan
Anthonysamy Francis
Lam Kok Ming
Amar Mohindar Singh
Wong Choon Hin
Balasingam Singaram
Nallasamy Palanisgarn
Rengasamy Rama Krishnan
Murugesan Mahendran
Gill Singh Avtar
Antony Cruz
Poon Fook Loke
Ramalingam Pathmarajah
Ow Soon Kooi
9. Belgium
Frank Smissaert
Guy Miserque
Francis Bouche
Serge Dubois
Bernard Smeekens
Bernard Mauchien
Paul Urbain
Armand Solie
Michel Vanderborght
Carl-Eric Vanderborght
Robert Maroye
Bruno de Clynsen
Jean Gilles
Jean Toussaint
Michel van Tuyckom
Jean Moraux
10.Canada
Jim MacDougall
Sarbjit Dusang
David Bissett
Alan Hobkirk
Reginald Plummer
Lee Wright
Lance Carey
Peter Motzek
Douglas Pready
Kelvin Wood
Peter Lown
Fred Hoos
Bubli Chohan
Michael Mouat
Kuldip Gosal
Antonie Schouten
11.Argentina
Julio Cufré
Jorge Sabbione
Jorge Disera
Jorge Ruiz
Marcelo Pazos
Osvaldo Zanni
Jorge Ivorra
Luis Costa
Marcelo Garrafo
Flavio De Giacomo
Fernando Calp
Alberto Sabbione
Daniel Portugués
Alfredo Quacquarini
Gustavo Paolucci
Cesar Raguso
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