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The 2005 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy took place in the Mayor Radhakrishnan Stadium in Chennai, India. Tortured by heavy rain, the event started December 10 and ended on December 18, 2005.

Participating nations at the annual men's elite six nations tournament were Australia, hosts India, Germany, Pakistan, Netherlands, and reigning champions Spain. Olympic champion Australia re-entered the event after a boycott of the 2004 edition. The tournament returned to India after nine years.

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Squads

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 Australia

Head Coach: Barry Dancer

  1. Jamie Dwyer
  2. Liam de Young
  3. Michael McCann
  4. Nathan Eglington
  5. Mark Knowles
  6. David Guest
  7. Luke Doerner
  8. Grant Schubert
  9. Bevan George (C)
  1. Andrew Smith
  2. Stephen Lambert (GK)
  3. Matt Naylor
  4. Aaron Hopkins
  5. Matthew Wells
  6. Travis Brooks
  7. Brent Livermore
  8. Dean Butler
  9. Stephen Mowlam (GK)

 Germany

Head Coach: Bernhard Peters

  1. Christian Schulte (GK)
  2. Ulrich Bubolz (GK)
  3. Philip Witte
  4. Carlos Nevado
  5. Christoph Menke
  6. Moritz Fürste
  7. Jan-Marco Montag
  8. Sebastian Biederlack
  9. Justus Scharowsky
  1. Tibor Weißenborn
  2. Niklas Meinert
  3. Timo Weß (C)
  4. Christoph Zeller
  5. Michael Purps
  6. Matthias Witthaus
  7. Philipp Zeller
  8. Nico Sonnenschein
  9. Sebastian Draguhn

 India

Head Coach: Rajinder Singh

  1. Bharat Chettri (GK)
  2. William Xalxo
  3. Kanwalpreet Singh
  4. Sandeep Singh
  5. Ignace Tirkey
  6. Prabjoth Singh
  7. Ravipal Singh
  8. Gagan Ajit Singh (C)
  9. Adrian d'Souza (GK)
  1. Rajpal Singh
  2. Viren Rasquinha
  3. V Raja
  4. Vinaya Vakkaliga Swamy
  5. Arjun Halappa
  6. Adam Sinclair
  7. Harpal Singh
  8. Vikram Pillay
  9. Tushar Khandekar

 Netherlands

Head Coach: Roelant Oltmans

  1. Guus Vogels (GK)
  2. Geert-Jan Derikx
  3. Karel Klaver
  4. Sander van der Weide
  5. Ronald Brouwer
  6. Taeke Taekema
  7. Jeroen Delmee (C)
  8. Klaas Veering (GK)
  9. Teun de Nooijer
  1. Floris Evers
  2. Teun Rohof
  3. Rob Reckers
  4. Matthijs Brouwer
  5. Maikel Brekelmans
  6. Roderick Weusthof
  7. Timme Hoyng
  8. Robert van der Horst
  9. Marcel Balkestein

 Pakistan

Head Coach: Asif Bajwa

  1. Salman Akbar (GK)
  2. Imran Warsi
  3. Sajjid Anwar
  4. Muhammad Saqlain (C)
  5. Dilawar Hussain
  6. Adnan Maqsood
  7. Tariq Aziz
  8. Rehan Butt
  9. Muhammad Shabbir
  1. Nasir Ahmed (GK)
  2. Mudassar Ali Khan
  3. Shakeel Abbasi
  4. Imran Khan
  5. Adnan Zakir
  6. Muhammad Imran
  7. Zeeshan Ashraf
  8. Waqas Sharif
  9. Akhtar Ali

 Spain

Head Coach: Maurits Hendriks

  1. Bernardino Herrera (GK)
  2. Santi Freixa
  3. Miguel Delas
  4. "Kiko" Fábregas (C)
  5. Andreu Enrich
  6. Alex Fábregas
  7. Pablo Amat
  8. Eduardo Tubau
  9. Jorge Rodriquez
  1. Ramón Alegre
  2. Héctor González
  3. Víctor Sojo
  4. Xavier Ribas
  5. Albert Sala
  6. Rodrigo Garza
  7. Eduard Arbos
  8. Francisco Cortes (GK)
  9. David Alegre

Results

Pool

Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts
 Australia 5 4 1 0 18 9 13
 Netherlands 5 3 1 1 13 9 10
 Spain 5 3 0 2 13 12 9
 Germany 5 1 2 2 10 13 5
 India 5 1 0 4 6 11 3
 Pakistan 5 0 2 3 12 18 2

Classification

Fifth and sixth place

December 18, 2005
15:00
India  3 – 4  Pakistan Umpires:
David Gentles (AUS)
Xavier Adell (ESP)
K. Singh 2'
P. Singh 14'
G. Singh 64'
Imran 33'
Ali 38'
Saqlain 48' (PS)
Butt 62'

Third and fourth place

December 18, 2005
17:30
Spain  5 – 2  Germany Umpires:
Satinder Kumar (IND)
Jason McCracken (NZL)
Freixa 13', 69'
Fábregas 22'
Amat 41', 57'
Fürste 28'
Witthaus 59'

Final

December 18, 2005
20:00
Australia  3 – 1  Netherlands Umpires:
John Wright (RSA)
David Leiper (GBR)
Wells 21'
De Young 36'
Dwyer 62'
Taekema 66'
 2005 Men's Champions Trophy Winners 

Australia
Eighth title

Awards

Topscorer Best Player of the Tournament Fair Play Trophy
Spain Santi Freixa Australia Bevan George  Spain

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