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The 1999 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy took place from June 10 to June 20, 1999 in the State Hockey Centre in Brisbane, Australia. Participating nations were: hosting nation Australia, England, titleholders Netherlands, Pakistan, Korea and Spain. It was the third time in the history of the annual six nations tournament that the event was combined with the Women's Champions Trophy.

Contents

Squads

 Australia

Head Coach: Terry Walsh

  1. Michael Brennan
  2. Adam Commens
  3. Jason Duff
  4. Troy Elder
  5. James Elmer
  6. Damon Diletti (GK)
  7. Lachlan Dreher (GK)
  8. Paul Gaudoin
  9. Jay Stacy
  1. Daniel Sproule
  2. Stephen Davies
  3. Michael York (C)
  4. Craig Victory
  5. Lachlan Vivian-Taylor
  6. Scott Webster
  7. Stephen Holt
  8. Matthew Wells
  9. Brent Livermore

 England

Head Coach: Barry Dancer

  1. Simon Mason (GK)
  2. David Luckes (GK)
  3. Jon Wyatt
  4. Julian Halls
  5. Bill Waugh (C)
  6. Andy Humphrey
  7. Ben Sharpe
  8. Bob Crutchley
  9. Jimmy Wallis
  1. Brett Garrard
  2. Daniel Hall
  3. Stuart Head
  4. Mark Pearn
  5. Russell Garcia
  6. Michael Johnson
  7. Duncan Woods
  8. Tom Bertram
  9. Calum Giles

 Netherlands

Head Coach: Maurits Hendriks

  1. Bram Lomans
  2. Marnix van Rijn
  3. Erik Jazet
  4. Tycho van Meer
  5. Sander van der Weide
  6. Jacques Brinkman
  7. Piet-Hein Geeris
  8. Stephan Veen (C)
  9. Sander van Heeswijk
  1. Jeroen Delmee
  2. Guus Vogels (GK)
  3. Teun de Nooijer
  4. Remco van Wijk
  5. Jaap-Derk Buma
  6. Peter Windt
  7. Marten Eikelboom
  8. Diederik van Weel
  9. Josef Kramer (GK)

 Pakistan

Head Coach: Shahnaz Sheikh

  1. Atif Bashir (C)
  2. Irfan Yousaf
  3. Haider Hussain
  4. Sohail Abbas
  5. Waseem Ahmad
  6. Mohammad Nadeem
  7. Mohammad Qasim (GK)
  8. Mohammad Sarwar
  9. Muhammad Shahbaz
  1. Mohammad Irfan
  2. Naveed Asim
  3. Amir Saleem
  4. Mohammed Saqlain
  5. Muhammad Usman
  6. Ahmad Alam (GK)
  7. Danish Kaleem
  8. Imran Yousaf
  9. Kashif Jawwad

 Korea

Head Coach: Kim Sang-Ryul

  1. Lim Jong-Chun (GK)
  2. Kim Yong-Bae
  3. Ji Seong-Hwan
  4. Han Hyung-Bae
  5. Seo Jong-Ho
  6. Seo Jong-Ha
  7. Kim Kyung-Seok
  8. Kim Jung-Chul
  9. Song Seung-Tae
  1. Kang Keon-Wook (C)
  2. Lee Jung-Soon
  3. Lim Jung-Woo
  4. Kim Min-Sik
  5. Hwang Jong-Hyun
  6. Yeo Woon-Kon
  7. Lee Myung-Ho (GK)
  8. Im Bong-Hyuk
  9. Kim Seong-Min

 Spain

Head Coach: Antonio Forrellat

  1. Joaquín Sánchez (GK)
  2. Joaquín Malgosa (C)
  3. Francisco Fábregas
  4. Jorge Arnau
  5. Juan Escarré
  6. Pablo Amat
  7. Jordi Casas
  8. Javier Arnau
  9. Ramón Sala
  1. Josep Sánchez
  2. Pablo Usoz
  3. Bernardino Herrera (GK)
  4. Rodrigo Garza
  5. Santiago Ferran
  6. Eduardo Tubau
  7. Jordi Quintana
  8. Miguel Codina
  9. Antonio Iglesias

Results

Pool

Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
 Australia 10 5 3 1 1 9 5 +4
 Korea 8 5 2 2 1 12 11 +1
 Netherlands 7 5 2 1 2 10 7 +3
 Spain 7 5 2 1 2 8 7 +1
 Pakistan 6 5 1 3 1 7 8 –1
 England 3 5 1 0 4 5 13 –8
June 10, 1999
13:05
England  2 – 3  Korea Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Christian Siebrecht (GER)
Pearn 16'
Giles 70'
Song Seung-Tae 3', 57', 66'

June 10, 1999
17:05
Pakistan  1 – 1  Spain Umpires:
Murray Grime (AUS)
Ray O'Connor (IRL)
Sarwar 40' Iglesias 57' (PS)

June 11, 1999
13:05
Korea  3 – 2  Netherlands Umpires:
David Gentles (AUS)
Garth Proudfoot (RSA)
Kang Keon-Wook 10'
Hwang Jong-Hyun 33'
Song Seung-Tae 56'
Lomans 22'
De Nooijer 29'

June 11, 1999
19:45
England  1 – 3  Australia Umpires:
Han Jin-Soo (KOR)
Philip Schellekens (NED)
Crutchley 62' Davies 6', 10'
Victory 18'

June 12, 1999
13:05
Netherlands  2 – 2  Pakistan Umpires:
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
Christian Siebrecht (GER)
Van Wijk 26'
Eikelboom 39'
Bashir 23'
Sarwar 68'

June 13, 1999
11:05
Australia  2 – 0  Spain Umpires:
Han Jin-Soo (KOR)
Ray O'Connor (IRL)
Victory 32'
Elder 36'

June 13, 1999
11:05
Korea  2 – 2  Pakistan Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Murray Grime (AUS)
Yeo Woon-Kon 21'
Kang Keon-Wook 60'
Abbas 5'
Hussain 25'

June 14, 1999
11:05
England  0 – 3  Spain Umpires:
David Gentles (AUS)
Philip Schellekens (NED)
Escarré 23', 45'
Tubau 65'

June 14, 1999
13:05
Australia  2 – 1  Netherlands Umpires:
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
Christian Siebrecht (GER)
Elder 13'
Davies 34'
Brinkman 32' (PS)

June 16, 1999
15:05
Australia  1 – 1  Korea Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
Brennan 57' Kang Keon-Wook 59'

June 16, 1999
18:05
Pakistan  0 – 2  England Umpires:
Han Jin-Soo (KOR)
Garth Proudfoot (RSA)
Wyatt 30'
Wallis 42'

June 16, 1999
20:05
Spain  0 – 1  Netherlands Umpires:
Ray O'Connor (IRL)
Murray Grime (AUS)
De Nooijer 45'

June 18, 1999
15:05
Spain  4 – 3  Korea

June 18, 1999
18:05
Pakistan  2 – 1  Australia

June 18, 1999
20:05
England  0 – 4  Netherlands Umpires:
Christian Siebrecht (GER)
Han Jin-Soo (KOR)
Eikelboom 53', 67'
Geeris 57'
De Nooijer 69'

Classification

Fifth and sixth place

June 20, 1999
10:05
England  4 – 3  Pakistan Umpires:
Ray O'Connor (IRL)
Han Jin-Soo (KOR)
Wallis 24', 79'
Pearn 39'
Cructhley 47'
Bashir 16'
Abbas 21', 49'

Third and fourth place

June 20, 1999
12:35
Netherlands  5 – 2  Spain Umpires:
Murray Grime (AUS)
Hamish Jamson (ENG)
Veen 22', 30'
Van Wijk 35', 66'
Eikelboom 52'
Arnau 17', 50'

Final

June 20, 1999
15:05
Australia  3 – 1  Korea Umpires:
Santiago Deo (ESP)
Christian Siebrecht (GER)
Davies 23', 52'
Elder 33'
Song Seung-Tae 62'
 1999 Men's Champions Trophy Winners 

Australia
Seventh title

Awards

Topscorer Best Player of the Tournament
 Song Seung-Tae (KOR)  Song Seung-Tae (KOR)

Topscorers

Pos Player FG PC PS Total
1  Song Seung-Tae (KOR) 6 1 0 7
2  Stephen Davies (AUS) 5 0 0 5
3  Marten Eikelboom (NED) 4 0 0 4
 Troy Elder (AUS) 2 2 0 4
 Sohail Abbas (PAK) 0 4 0 4

Summary

For the first time in the history of the annual six nations tournament Pakistan relegates, and therefore the founding nation will miss the next edition in Amstelveen, Netherlands. England beat Pakistan 4-3 in extra-time through a golden goal to finish fifth. Germany will take the place of Pakistan in the 2000 Champions Trophy.

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