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2001 Men's Hockey World Cup Qualifier

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Host country  Scotland
Teams  16
Runner-up  Spain
City  Edinburgh
Champions  Argentina
Third place  Poland
2001 Men's Hockey World Cup Qualifier

The 2001 Men's Hockey World Cup Qualifier was the 10th edition of the Hockey World Cup qualification tournament. It was held between 17–29 July 2001 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The seven highest placed teams would earn a berth to play in the 2002 Men's Hockey World Cup, to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Argentina won the tournament after defeating Spain 5–4 in the final. Alongside Poland, Belgium, India, Japan and New Zealand, these seven teams qualified for the World Cup.

Qualification

Except for Oceania, all other four confederations received quotas for teams to participate allocated by the International Hockey Federation based upon the FIH World Rankings. Those teams participated at their respective continental championships but could not qualify through it, and they received the chance to qualify through this tournament based on the final ranking at each competition.

^1 –Zimbabwe withdrew due to financial reasons. The FIH invited New Zealand instead to participate.

Results

All times are British Summer Time (UTC+01:00)

Pool A

     Advanced to medal round

Pool B

     Advanced to medal round

Pool C

     Advanced to medal round

Pool D

     Advanced to medal round

Pool E

     Qualified for 2002 World Cup. Advanced to semifinals      Could qualify for 2002 World Cup

Pool F

     Qualified for 2002 World Cup. Advanced to semifinals      Could qualify for 2002 World Cup

References

2001 Men's Hockey World Cup Qualifier Wikipedia


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