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Pakistan
Pakistan Hockey Fed Logo.png
Nickname Green Shirts
Association Pakistan Hockey Federation
Coach Pakistan Shahid Ali Khan
FIH ranking 6th
Team colours Team colours Team colours
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Second kit
Field hockey is the national sport of Pakistan

The Pakistan National Field Hockey Team also known as the Green Shirts represent Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) in the international field hockey competition is the National Sport of Pakistan. Pakistan have been the most successful team in international competitions, having won a total of four Hockey World Cup titles.

Contents

Provincial Teams of Pakistan

World Cup record[1]

  • 1971Champions
  • 1973 – Fourth-place
  • 1975 – Runners-up
  • 1978 – Champions
  • 1982 – Champions
  • 1986 – Eleventh-place
  • 1990 – Runners-up
  • 1994 – Champions
  • 1998 – Sixth-place
  • 2002 – Sixth-place
  • 2006 – Sixth-place
  • 2010 – Twelfth-place

Olympics record

Pakistan has won the Men's Hockey Gold Medal in the Summer Olympics a total of three times in 1960, 1968, and 1984. Pakistan has also won 3 silver and 2 bronze medals.

Champions Trophy

Pakistan has won the six nations Champions Trophy three times in 1978, 1980 and 1994.

Asian Games

  • 1958Champions
  • 1962Champions
  • 1966Silver Medal
  • 1970Champions
  • 1974Champions
  • 1978Champions
  • 1982Champions
  • 1986Silver Medal
  • 1990Champions
  • 1994Bronze Medal
  • 1998Bronze Medal
  • 2002Fourth place
  • 2006Bronze Medal

Asia Cup

  • 1982 – Champions
  • 1985 – Champions
  • 1989 – Champions
  • 1994 – Third place
  • 1999 – Second place
  • 2003 – Second place
  • 2007Sixth place
  • 2009Second place

Commonwealth Games

  • 1998No ranking
  • 2002Third place
  • 2006Second place

Current squad

The squad team selected for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.

# Name Date Of Birth Club Caps (goals)
Goalkeepers
Salman Akbar January 3, 1982 Pakistan Wohaib Club NBP Lahore
(0)
Nasir Ahmed November 7, 1984 Pakistan National PIA Karachi
(0)
Defenders
Muhammad Imran January 12, 1979 Pakistan Starlet Army Club Faisalabad
(0)
Syed Imran Ali Warsi June 5, 1985 Pakistan United NBP Karachi HC
(0)
Zeeshan Ashraf February 28, 1977 Pakistan Islam NBP Quetta HC
(0)
Muhammad Ateeq September 9, 1989 Pakistan
(0)
Shabbir Ahmed Khan June 20, 1986 Pakistan
(0)
May 10, 1979 Pakistan
(2)
May 18, 1981 Pakistan
(0)
Midfielders
Adnan Maqsood January 12, 1979 Pakistan NBP Karachi HC
(0)
Muhammad Asif Rana April 20, 1985 Pakistan WAPDA Lahore HC
(0)
Muhammad Saqlain February 23, 1978 Pakistan Pakhero ABL Lahore HC
(0)
Muhammad Javed August 14, 1982 Pakistan Zulfiqar SSG Karachi HC
(0)
September 20, 1985 Pakistan
(0)
May 27, 1986 Pakistan
(0)
Strikers
Muhammad Waqas September 3, 1988 Pakistan WAPDA Lahore HC
(0)
Syed Abbas Haider Bilgrami October 26, 1989 Pakistan YMCA SSG Karachi HC
(0)
Waqas Akbar November 26, 1988 Pakistan Rajpur PIA Vehari HC
(0)
Shakeel Abbasi January 5, 1984 Pakistan Naeem SSG Quetta HC
(0)
Shafqat Rasool December 10, 1988 Pakistan Gojra Club
(0)
Muhammad Zubair October 12, 1988 Pakistan Okara PIA HC
0 (0)
Rehan Butt July 6, 1980 Pakistan WAPDA Lahore HC
0 (0)

Notable players

References

External links

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