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The Netherlands' national women's field hockey team is currently number one on the FIH world rankings and they are the 2006 world champions and reigning Olympic champions. The Netherlands is the most successful team in World Cup history, having won the title six times.

Tournament recordsEdit

Year Position

1980

did not Qualify

1984

1st place

1988

3rd place

1992

6th place

1996

3rd place

2000

3rd place

2004

2nd place

2008

1st place


2012

1st place
Total 8/9

World Cup[edit]Edit

Year Position

1974

1st place

1976

3rd place

1978

1st place

1981

2nd place

1983

1st place

1986

1st place

1990

1st place

1994

6th place

1998

2nd place

2002

2nd place

2006

1st place

2010

2nd place

2014

Qualified
Total 13/13

Champions Trophy[edit]Edit

Year Position

1987

1st place

1989

5th place

1991

3rd place

1993

2nd place

1995

did not Qualify

1997

3rd place

1999

2nd place

2000

1st place

2001

2nd place

2002

3rd place

2003

3rd place
Year Position

2004

1st place

2005

1st place

2006

3rd place

2007

1st place

2008

3rd place

2009

3rd place

2010

2nd place

2011

1st place

2012

3rd place
Total 19/20

European Championships[edit]Edit

Year Position

1984

1st place

1987

1st place

1991

4th place

1995

1st place

1999

1st place

2003

1st place

2005

1st place

2007

2nd place

2009

1st place

2011

1st place
Total 10/10

National team coaches[edit]Edit

Current squad[edit]Edit

The following squad was selected for the 2012–14 Women's FIH Hockey World League Semifinals played in RotterdamNetherlands between 13 and 22 June 2013. [1]

Head Coach: Maximiliano Caldas

  1. Joyce Sombroek (GK)
  2. Frederique Derkx
  3. Marloes Keetels
  4. Kitty van Male
  5. Malou Pheninckx
  6. Carlien Dirkse van den Heuvel
  7. Kelly Jonker
  8. Maria Verschoor
  9. Caia van Maasakker
  10. Sabine Mol
  11. Maartje Paumen (C)
  1. Ellen Hoog
  2. Larissa Meijer (GK)
  3. Kim Lammers
  4. Eva de Goede
  5. Margot van Geffen
  6. Valerie Magis
  7. Xan de Waard

2006 Women's Hockey World Cup Squad[edit]Edit

Head coach: Marc Lammers

No. Player Pos. Age
1 Lisanne de Roever GK 27
3 Eefke Mulder FW 28
4 Fatima Moreira de Melo MF 28
5 Jiske Snoeks MF 28
7 Miek van Geenhuizen MF 24
9 Wieke Dijkstra DF 22
10 Sylvia Karres FW 29
11 Maartje Goderie MF 22
13 Minke Smabers MF 29
14 Minke Booij

[1]

DF 29
15 Janneke Schopman DF 29
16 Chantal de Bruin DF 30
17 Maartje Paumen DF 21
18 Naomi van As FW 23
19 Ellen Hoog FW 20
20 Eveline de Haan GK 30
21 Sophie Polkamp DF 22
23 Kim Lammers
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