India Women’s Hockey World Cup Squad
Goalkeepers: Savita Punia (captain), Bichu Devi Kharibam
Defenders: Deep Grace Ekka (vice captain), Gurjit Kaur, Nikki Pradhan, Udita
Midfielders: Nisha, Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam, Monika, Neha, Jyoti, Navjot Kaur, Sonika, Salima Tete
Forwards: Vandana Katariya, Lalremsiami, Navneet Kaur, Sharmila Devi
Replacement players: Akshata Abaso Dhekale, Sangita Kumari
Women’s Hockey World Cup 2022 Schedule & Results
|Date||Match||Pool||Time in IST||Venue||Result|
|July 2||Spain vs Canada||C||1 AM||Terrassa||4-1|
|July 2||New Zealand vs China||B||5:30 PM||Amstelveen||2-2|
|July 2||Germany vs Chile||A||8 PM||Amstelveen||4-1|
|July 2||Argentina vs South Korea||C||9:30 PM||Terrassa||4-0|
|July 2||Netherlands vs Ireland||A||11 PM||Amstelveen||5-1|
|July 3||Australia vs Japan||D||1 AM||Terrassa||2-0|
|July 3||Belgium vs South Africa||D||6:30 PM||Terrassa||4-1|
|July 3||India vs England||B||8 PM||Amstelveen||1-1|
|July 3||South Korea vs Canada||C||9:30 PM||Terrassa||3-2|
|July 3||Germany vs Netherlands||A||11 PM||Amstelveen||1-3|
|July 4||Spain vs Argentina||C||1 AM||Terrassa||1-4|
|July 5||Ireland vs Chile||A||5:30 PM||Amstelveen||0-1|
|July 5||India vs China||B||8 PM||Amstelveen||1-1|
|July 5||Japan vs South Africa||D||9:30 PM||Terrassa||3-3|
|July 5||New Zealand vs England||B||11 PM||Amstelveen||3-1|
|July 6||Belgium vs Australia||D||1 AM||Terrassa||0-2|
|July 6||Ireland vs Germany||A||8 PM||Amstelveen||0-3|
|July 6||Japan vs Belgium||D||9:30 PM||Terrassa||0-3|
|July 6||Netherlands vs Chile||A||11 PM||Amstelveen||3-1|
|July 7||Australia vs South Africa||D||1 AM||Terrassa||2-1|
|July 7||England vs China||B||8 PM||Amstelveen||2-0|
|July 7||Argentina vs Canada||C||9:30 PM||Terrassa||7-1|
|July 7||India vs New Zealand||B||11 PM||Amstelveen||3-4|
|July 8||South Korea vs Spain||C||1 AM||Terrassa||1-4|
Women’s Hockey World Cup 2022 Points Table
- Pool winner enters quarter-finals, second and third-place teams enter cross-overs
Women’s Hockey World Cup 2022 cross-overs and knock outs schedule
|Date||Match||Time in IST||Venue||Result|
|July 9||Cross-over 1: Germany vs South Africa||8:30 PM||Amstelveen||1-0|
|July 9||Cross-over 2: Belgium vs Chile||11 PM||Amstelveen||5-0|
|July 10||Cross-over 4: England vs South Korea||9:30 PM||Terrassa||5-0|
|July 11||Cross-over 3: Spain vs India||1 AM||Terrassa||1-0|
|July 12||Quarter-final 1: New Zealand vs Germany||8:30 PM||Amstelveen||0-1|
|July 12||Quarter-final 2: Netherlands vs Belgium||11 PM||Amstelveen||2-1|
|July 13||Quarter-final 4: Argentina vs England||10:30 PM||Terrassa||1-0|
|July 14||Quarter-final 3: Australia vs Spain||1 AM||Terrassa||2-0|
|July 16||Semi-final 1: Netherlands vs Australia||10 PM||Terrassa||1-0|
|July 17||Semi-final 2: Germany vs Argentina||1 AM||Terrassa||2-2 (2-4 Penalty Shootout)|
|Third Place and Final|
|July 17||Third-place: Australia vs Germany||10 PM||Terrassa||2-1|
|July 18||Final: Netherlands vs Argentina||1 AM||Terrassa||3-1|
Women’s Hockey World Cup 2022: 9-16 place classification schedule
|Date||Match||Time in IST||Venue||Result|
|July 10||Classification Quarter-final 1: Ireland vs South Africa||4:30 PM||Amstelveen||2-0|
|July 10||Classification Quarter-final 2: China vs Chile||7 PM||Amstelveen||3-0|
|July 11||Classification Quarter-final 4: Japan vs South Korea||9:30 PM||Terrassa||3-2|
|July 12||Classification Quarter-final 3: Canada vs India||1 AM||Terrassa||1-1 (2-3 Penalty Shootout)|
|13th to 16th Place Classification|
|July 12||South Africa vs Chile||3:30 PM||Amstelveen||0-1|
|July 13||Canada vs South Korea||5:30 PM||Terrassa||0-0 (0-3 Penalty Shootout)|
|9th to 12th Place Classification|
|July 12||Ireland vs China||6 PM||Amstelveen||1-3|
|July 13||India vs Japan||8 PM||Terrassa||3-1|
Women’s Hockey World Cup 2022 Telecast & Live Streaming Information
Star Sport Network will telecast the matches live on Star Sports First in India, while Disney+ Hotstar will be the destination for live streaming in India.
How are pools ranked in Hockey World Cup 2022?
Tournament Regulations as per FIH:
2.1 In each pool, all the teams will play against each other, and the following points will be awarded
for each match :
- three points to the winner;
- one point to each team, in the event of a draw;
- no points to the loser.
2.2 In In each pool, teams will be ranked according to the number of points each has accumulated in the competition.
a. If at the end of the pool matches two or more teams have the same number of points for any place in a pool, these teams will be ranked according to their respective number of matches won.
b. If there remains equality among two or more teams, then these teams will be ranked according to their respective goal difference (which means "goals for" less "goals against"). A positive goal difference always takes precedence over a negative one.
c. If there still remains equality among two or more teams, then these teams will be ranked according to their respective number of "goals for"'.
d. Should there still remain equality among two teams, then the result of the match played between those teams will determine the ranking of the tied teams.
e. If more than two teams are involved, then a ranking based upon the results of the matches among (only) them shall determine their respective position, based upon the points awarded in accordance with Article 1 of this appendix. If there remains equality, then the teams involved shall be ranked according to Articles 2.2.a, b, c, and d of this Appendix.
f. If there still remains equality among two or more teams, then these teams will be ranked according to the number of Field Goals scored in the pool matches.
g. Should there still remain equality among two teams, then the ranking will be determined by a shoot-out competition between those teams (for details see Appendix 4 of these Regulations).
h. If more than two teams are involved, then each team will play a shoot-out competition against the other teams in the same sequence of play as the order of play in the competition, in accordance with Appendix 4 of these Regulations but with one round of 5 shoot-outs only to be taken compulsorily by each team.
i. A ranking will then be established based upon the results of the round of the shoot-out competition only, with the award for each play of 3 points to the team having scored the highest number of goals, 1 point to each team having scored an equal number of goals and 0 points to the team having scored the lowest number of goals.
j. If equality remains then teams having an equal number of points shall be ranked according to Articles 2.2.a, b, c and d as applied to goals recorded during the shoot-out competition.
k. If an equal position of three (or more) teams still remains thereafter, then the same procedure shall be repeated until the teams can be ranked. The Technical Delegate shall make a draw to establish each sequence of play if such further rounds of shoot-outs are required.