Women’s Hockey World Cup Winners List: Champions, Runners Up and Third-Place Teams From 1974 To 2022

Women’s Hockey Planet Cup Winners List: Champions, Runners Up and Third-Spot Teams From 1974 To 2022

Women’s Hockey World Cup Winners and Runners Up List

Women’s
Hockey
World
Cup
Winners
and
Runners
Up
List


Edition

Winner

Score

Runner
Up
2018 Netherlands 6-0 Ireland
2014 Netherlands 2-0 Australia
2010 Argentina 3-1 Netherlands
2006 Netherlands 3-1 Australia
2002 Argentina 1-1
AET
(PS
4-3)
Netherlands
1998 Australia 3-2 Netherlands
1994 Australia 2-0 Argentina
1990 Netherlands 3-1 Australia
1986 Netherlands 3-0 Germany
1983 Netherlands 4-2 Canada
1981 Germany 1-1
AET
(PS
3-1)
Netherlands
1978 Netherlands 1-0 Germany
1976 Germany 2-0 Argentina
1974 Netherlands 1-0 Argentina


AET

After
Extra
Time;
PS

Penalty
Strokes

Women’s Hockey World Cup Third and Fourth-Place Teams List

Women’s
Hockey
World
Cup
Third
and
Fourth-Place
Teams
List


Edition

Third
Place

Score

Fourth
Place
2018 Spain 3-1 Australia
2014 Argentina 2-1 USA
2010 England 2-0 Germany
2006 Argentina 5-0 Spain
2002 China 2-0 Australia
1998 Germany 3-2 Argentina
1994 USA 2-1 Germany
1990 South
Korea
3-2 England
1986 Canada 3-2
AET
New
Zealand
1983 Australia 3-1 Germany
1981 Soviet
Union
5-1 Australia
1978 Belgium 0-0
AET
(PS
3-2)
Argentina
1976 Netherlands 1-0 Belgium
1974 Germany 2-0 India


AET

After
Extra
Time;
PS

Penalty
Strokes

Women’s Hockey World Cup Most Successful Teams

Women’s
Hockey
World
Cup
Most
Successful
Teams


Winners:

Netherlands

8
(1974,
1978,
1983,
1986,
1990,
2006,
2014,
2018),
Germany

2
(1976,
1981),
Argentina

2
(2002,
2010),
Australia

2
(1994,
1998)


Runners
Up:

Netherlands

4
(1981,
1998,
2002,
2010),
Argentina

3
(1974,
1976,
1994),
Australia

3
(1990,
2006,
2014),
Germany

2
(1978,
1986),
Ireland

1
(2018),
Canada

1
(1983)


Finalists:

Netherlands
(12),
Argentina
(5),
Australia
(5),
Germany
(4),
Ireland
(1),
Canada
(1)


Third
Place
Teams:

Argentina

3
(1978,
2006,
2014),
Germany

2
(1974,
1998),
Netherlands

1
(1976),
Australia

1
(1983),
Canada

1
(1986),
Belgium

1
(1978),
USA

1
(1994),
England

1
(2010),
Spain

1
(2018),
Soviet
Union

1
(1981),
South
Korea

1
(1990),
China

1
(2002)


Fourth
Place
Teams:

Australia

3
(1981,
2002,
2018),
Germany

3
(1983,
1994,
2010),
Argentina

1
(1998),
Belgium

1
(1976),
India

1
(1974),
USA

1
(2014),
England

1
(1990),
Spain

1
(2006),
New
Zealand

1
(1986)

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