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Monday, August 6, 2018

Netherland clinched 8th titles of Women's Hockey World Cup 2018 Final.

 Women's Hockey World Cup 2018 Final: Netherlands retain 8th titles.




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   The 14th edition of  Vitality Women's Hockey World Cup 2018 will be hosted by London, England for the first time.

London 2018 Women's Hockey tournament will be played from July 21 to August 5 at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London.

Defending champions Netherland 2014 Women's Hockey World Cup winners team along the 16th world top ranking in Women's Hockey will compete to clinch the world title.




Vitality Women's Hockey World Cup 2018.


Women's World Cup final held on August at London, in which Dutch has done the incredible performance.
The Eight time Winners Dutch team made four goals in a 7 seven minute spell just before the half-time break & made his grip on the Final.

The Green Army, Ireland made his debut in the Women's Hockey World Cup 2018 Final, the 2nd lowest ranked team reached top 10 first time in the World Hockey Ranking.

Lidewij Welten, Kelly Jonker, Kitty van Male, Malou Pheninckx, Marloes Keetels and Caia van Maasakker scored for the Netherlands.

Van Male finished as the tournament's top scorer with eight goals. 





Vitality Women's Hockey World Cup 2018 Teams, Groups, Pools.


Group A:   Netherlands, South Korea, Italy, China
Group B:   England, United States, India, Ireland
Group C:   Argentina, Germany, Spain, South Africa
Group D:   Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Belgium



Here is a complete schedule, Fixtures of every team in Vitality Women's Hockey World Cup London 2018, Live scores & Latest Results.




Date        Time       Matches   -    Results


21 July 2018   11:00   -    Germany   3 - 1   South Africa

21 July 2018   14:00   -    England   1 - 1   India 

21 July 2018   18:00    -    United States   1 - 3   Ireland 

21 July 2018   20:00   -    Australia   3 - 2   Japan    

22 July 2018   11:00   -    China   0 - 3   Italy

22 July 2018   13:00   -    Argentina   6 -2   Spain

22 July 2018   17:00   -    Netherlands    7 - 0   South Korea

22 July 2018   20:00   -    New Zealand   4 - 2   Belgium

24 July 2018   12:00   -    Japan   2 -1  New Zealand

24 July 2018   14:00   -    Australia   0 - 0   Belgium

25 July 2018   18:00   -    Germany   3 - 2   Argentina

25 July 2018   20:00   -    United States   1 - 1   England

26 July 2018   12:00   -    Spain   7 -  1  South Africa

26 July 2018   14:00   -    India   0 - 1   Ireland

27 July 2018   18:00   -    China   1 - 7   Netherlands

27 July 2018   20:00   -    South Korea   0 - 1   Italy

28 July 2018   12:00   -    Spain   1 - 3   Germany

28 July 2018   14:00   -    Argentina   1 - 1   South Africa

28 July 2018   18:00   -    Japan   3 - 6   Belgium

28 July 2018   20:00   -    New Zealand   1 - 1   Australia

29 July 2018   11:00   -    South Korea   1 - 1   China

29 July 2018   13:00   -    Netherlands   12 - 1   Italy

29 July 2018   17:00   -    India   1 - 1   United States

29 July 2018   19:00   -    England   1 -  0   Ireland



30 July 2018   18:00 PlayOffs  -    Belgium   0-0 ( 2 - 3 pen )  Spain


30 July 2018   20:15 PlayOffs  -    Argentina    1 - 0    New Zealand

31 July 2018    18:00 PlayOffs  -    Italy   0 - 3   India

31 July 2018    20:15 PlayOffs  -    England   2 - 0    Korea



1 August 2018    18:00 Quarterfinals  -    Germany    0 - 1    Spain

1 August 2018   20:15 Quarterfinals  -    Australia     0-0 (4-3 pen)    Argentina

2 August 2018    18:00 Quarterfinals  -    Netherland   2 - 0    England

2 August 2018    20:15 Quarterfinals  -    Ireland   0-0 (3 - 1 pen)  India



4 August 2018    14:00 Semifinals  -    Spain   1-1 (2 - 3) Ireland

4 August 2018    16:30 Semifinals  -    Australia   1-1  (1 - 3 )    Netherland 



5 August 2018    14:00 Third place game  -    Spain  vs  Australia 




Women's Hockey World Cup 2018 Final 
in the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis center in London & will be online live streamed on BT Sports 3 & RTE at 4:30 pm (IRE & NeTH time).



5 August 2018 16:30 Final  -    Netherlands  vs.  Ireland





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