Netherlands hockey team draws Germany and Ireland to World Cup in their home country | Other sports

The Dutch hockey player will play against Ireland in the group stage of the World Cup. The Irish hockey players advanced to the final in 2018, where they were beaten 6-0 by the Orange team. Matches will be held in Amsterdam and the Spanish Terrace from July 1 to 17.




The Netherlands competes with Germany, Ireland and Chile in their World Cup debuts. For the first time in history, a total of 16 countries are taking part in the two-nation tournament.

Group competitions are played in Spain by two teams, including a team with Spanish women. The other two teams will play at Wagner Stadium in Amsterdam (including the group with the Dutch women). Crossover and quarterfinals will also be split between the two countries. The semi-finals and final will be played in Spain, as both countries have agreed with FIH.

The full details of the group are as follows:

Group A (Amstelwein)
Netherlands
Germany
Ireland
Chilli

Group B (Amstelwein)
England
New Zealand
India
China

Group C (terrace)
Argentina
Spain
South Korea
Canada

Group D (terrace)
Australia
Belgium
Japan
South Africa

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