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The Dutch women's national field hockey team is the team of female hockey players that represent Netherlands on international tournaments. The Dutch women's team is the most successful team of all time on the World hockey Championships with 7 titles. The current head coach is the Argentine Max Caldas.

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History[Edit]Edit

[1][2]Dutch women's team in Alcalá la Real, Jaén, Spain[3][4]Netherlands against Germany in 1960

Netherlands traditionally plays a dominant role in women's hockey, that by the end of the nineteenth century began slowly but surely. Because it is in the twilight of the Victorian era was impossible that such and originally English sports were practiced both by men and by women gradually arose within one association, independent ladies hockey clubs.

On 16 October 1911 followed the creation of a private bond: the Dutch women's Hockey Association (NDHB). A small and free competition with the participation of eight clubs took off, thus making the so-called ' 1927 was played according to Dutch rules '. Like the men, the women a year later over on the then current international game regulations.

By order of the German occupiers closed the NDHB occurred during the Second World War with the Royal Dutch Hockey Federation (KNHB), with the result that the chairwoman of the ladies tied the first female board member of the KNHB was. A merger between both bodies followed in 1954. Three years earlier, in 1951, Netherlands took the lead with organizing the first international women's team competition, with the participation of French and Swiss teams. In the fifties and sixties did the Dutch women's team participated in numerous global tournaments.

Problem was the existence of two national umbrella organisations and each other more or less, with on the one hand and, on the other hand, the FIH world hockeybondInternational Federation of women's Hockey Associations (IFWHA). The last one was beginning of the century on the initiative of Great Britain emerged, and organized every four years from 1930 a major international tournament. Netherlands (NDHB) joined in 1930 with the IFWHA.

Netherlands won In 1971 in Auckland (New Zealand) the first official World Championship of the IFWHA. Three years later, in the famous WembleyStadium in London, won the national hockey team for the first time in the history of the hitherto powerful colleagues from England. But if the women ever wanted to take part in the Olympic Games, then had to be any unit. In 1973 followed the first rapprochement between the FIH and the IFWHA, after which five years later, the cooperation between the two organs of the ground came. In 1982 the IFWHA eventually officially went on in the FIH, and dealt with by the IOC as the desired unit. Women's hockey was in 1980, at the Olympic Games in Moscow, for the first time on the Olympic program. The Dutch ladies hockeyploeg was missing in the Russian capital because of a boycott.

Performance on final rounds[Edit]Edit

Field hockey[Edit]Edit

Year Champions Trophy European Championship Olympic Games World Championship
1971 [5]

IFWHA WORLD CUP 1971Auckland[6]

1972 no participation
1974 [7]

WORLD CUP 1974Mandelieu[8]

1975 4th

[9]WORLD CUP 1975 IFWHAEdinburgh

1976 [10]

WORLD CUP 1976West Berlin[11]

1978 [12]

WORLD CUP 1978Madrid[13]

1979 [14]

IFWHA WORLD CUP 1979Vancouver[15]

1980 no participation
1981 [16]

WORLD CUP 1981Buenos Aires[17]

1983 [18]

WORLD CUP 1983Kuala Lumpur[19]

1984 [20]

EK 1984Lille[21]

[22]

OS 1984Los Angeles[23]

1985
1986 [24]

WORLD CUP 1986Amstelveen[25]

1987 [26]

CT 1987Amstelveen[27]

[28]

EK 1987London[29]

1988 [30]

OS 1988Seoul[31]

1989 5th

CT 1989Frankfurt[32]

1990 [33]

1990 FIFA World CupSydney[34]

1991 [35]

CT 1991Berlin[36]

4th

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 1991Brussels[37]

1992 6th

OS 1992Barcelona[38]

1993 [39]

CT 1993Amstelveen[40]

1994 6th

WORLD CUP 1994Dublin[41]

1995 no participation [42]

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 1995Amstelveen[43]

1996 [44]

OS 1996Atlanta[45]

1997 [46]

CT 1997Berlin[47]

1998 [48]

1998 FIFA World CupUtrecht[49]

1999 [50]

CT 1999Brisbane[51]

[52]

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 1999Cologne[53]

2000 [54]

CT 2000Amstelveen[55]

[56]

OS 2000Sydney[57]

2001 [58]

CT 2001Amstelveen[59]

2002 [60]

CT 2002Macau[61]

[62]

WORLD CUP 2002Perth[63]

2003 [64]

CT 2003Sydney[65]

[66]

EK 2003Barcelona[67]

2004 [68]

CT 2004Rosario[69]

[70]

OS 2004Athens[71]

2005 [72]

CT 2005Canberra[73]

[74]

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 2005Dublin[75]

2006 [76]

CT 2006Amstelveen[77]

[78]

2006 World CupMadrid[79]

2007 [80]

CT 2007Quilmes[81]

[82]

EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 2007Manchester[83]

2008 [84]

CT 2008Mönchengladbach[85]

[86]

OS 2008Beijing[87]

2009 [88]

CT 2009Sydney[89]

[90]

European Championships 2009Amstelveen[91]

2010 [92]

CT 2010Nottingham[93]

[94]

World Cup 2010Rosario[95]

2011 [96]

CT 2011Amstelveen[97]

[98]

EC 2011Mönchengladbach[99]

2012 [100]

CT 2012Rosario[101]

[102]

OS 2012London[103]

2013 [104]

EK 2013Tree[105]

2014 ?

CT 2014Mendoza[106]

[107]

WORLD CUP 2014The Hague[108]

Other tournaments:

Indoor hockey[Edit]Edit

Selection[Edit]Edit

WORLD CUP 2014[Edit]Edit

Name Jersey Number Club
Keepers
Joyce Said 1 [120]

Laren

Larissa Macdonald 12 [121]

Orange Black

Defenders
Frederique De Leon 2 [122]

Orange Black

Willemijn Forest 7 [123]

Laren

Caia van maasakker 13 [124]

SCHC

Maartje Paumen 17 [125]

Den Bosch

Jacky Saad 29 [126]

Amsterdam

Midfielders
Marloes K 8 [127]

Den Bosch

Carlien Dirkse van den Heuvel 9 [128]

SCHC

Naomi van As 18 [129]

Laren

Eva the Good 24 [130]

Amsterdam

Margot van Geffen 30 [131]

Den Bosch

Spires
Xan de Waard 3 [132]

Kampong

Kelly Jonker 10 [133]

Amsterdam

Lidewij Welten 12 [134]

Den Bosch

Ellen Hoog 19 [135]

Amsterdam

Kim Lammers 23 [136]

Laren

Rose Drost 26 [137]

SCHC

Players records[Edit]Edit

Most international games[Edit]Edit

[138][139]Most capped played Minke Smabers

Name Date of birth International Games Goals
1 Minke Smabers 22 March1979 309 23
2 Fatima Moreira de Melo 4 July1978 257 35
3 Mijntje Donners 4 February1974 234 97
4 Minke Booij 24 January1977 227 37
5 Janneke Schopman 26 april1977 212 38
6 Ageeth Boomgaardt 16 november1972 192 86
7 Suzan van der Wielen 30 October1971 191 70
8 Kim Lammers 21 april1981 200 108
9 Dillianne van den Boogaard 9 August1974 174 68
10 Carole Thate 6 december1971 168 40
10 Naomi van As 26 July1983 168 35

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Last updated: 13 feb 2013 09: 45 (CEST)[1]

Most goals[Edit]Edit

[140][141]Maartje Paumen made the most goals for Netherlands

Name Date of birth Goals International Games Goal/Match
1 Maartje Paumen 19 september1985 124 151 0.82
2 Kim Lammers 21 april1981 108 178 0.61
3 Fieke Boekhorst 18 december1957 106 90 1.18
4 Mijntje Donners 4 February1974 97 234 0.41
5 Lisanne Lejeune 28 July1963 91 95 0.96
6 Ageeth Boomgaardt 16 november1972 86 192 0.45
7 Suzan van der Wielen 30 October1971 70 191 0,37
8 Sophie von Weiler 24 december1958 69 137 0.50
9 Dillianne van den Boogaard 9 August1974 68 174 0.39
10 Helen Lejeune-vanga 25 July1964 57 121 0.47

█ █ Still active

Last updated: 13 feb 2013 09: 45 (CEST)[1]

Managers since 1965[Edit]Edit

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