Men’s Hockey World Cup 2018 (Wednesday, 5th December 2018)
Germany v Netherlands
Contest Information: Men’s Hockey World Cup is an international field hockey championship. It was founded in 1971. It is contested by the senior members of the FIH. It is contested by 12 teams. It is organized by International Hockey Federation (FIH).
- Tournament: The Tournament is Men’s Hockey World Cup.
- Date and Day: The match will be played on 5 December on Wednesday.
- Time: The match will be played at 11:30 (GMT+0) and 17:00 (Local).
- Venue: The match will be played at Kalinga Stadium.
Venue Information: The match will be played at Kalinga Stadium. It is located in Bhubaneswar, India. It has a capacity of 16,000 people. It was opened in 1978.The ground is home to the Indian Hockey team. The owner of the stadium is Government of Odisha. The operator of the stadium is Sports Authority of Odisha.
- City: Bhubaneswar, India.
- Capacity: 16,000
Teams: The two teams which are contesting today are the Germany and Netherlands. Both teams are the members of FIH.
Team 1: Germany:
Germany is a European Hockey Team. Germany team represents Germany in international Hockey and other Hockey tournaments. Germany is a full member of FIH. Their coach name is Stefan Kermas.
Squad: Germany is a European Hockey team. It takes part in international and other Hockey series and tournaments. The squad of Germany includes Mathias, Mats, Lukas, Martin, Niklas, Dan, Timm, Tobias, Tom, Dieter, Christopher, Ferdinand, Tobias, Marco, Florian, Benedikt, Johannes and Victor.
Team 2: Netherlands:
Netherlands National Team represents Netherlands in International Hockey and other Hockey tournaments. It’s a European team. Netherlands is a member of FIH. Their head coach is Max Caldas.
Squad: Netherlands is a European Hockey team. It takes part in international and other Hockey series and tournaments. The squad of Netherlands includes Jeroen, Lars, Thijs, Jonas, Jorrit, Billy, Steve, Valentin, Glenn, Sander, Sander, Robbert, Mirco, Bob, Sam, Thierry, Pirmin and Mink.
Broadcast and Live Streaming: The game of Hockey is famous all around the world. There are a lot of channels who’ll be giving live broadcasting of this match.
|All||Star Sports Network and Doordarshan|
Prediction: Both are favorites to win this match because of their recent performances. So, hopefully, it’ll be a good contest and a good game of hockey for hockey lovers.
Date, Match and Timing Whole Summary
|5 December 2018||Germany v Netherlands||11:30 (GMT+0) and 17:00 (Local)|