The FIH organizes the Hockey World Cup, an international field hockey competition. The competition first started in 1971.
The first two tournaments were played every two years. The only competition to be conducted after three years was the 1978 Cup. The competition started being competed every four years in 1982.
FIH Men’s Hockey World Cup Winners List
|2026||–||16||Wavre, Belgium & Amstelveen, Netherlands|
|2023||Germany||Belgium||16||Bhubaneswar & Rourkela, India|
|2014||Australia||Netherlands||12||The Hague, Netherlands|
|2010||Australia||Germany||12||New Delhi, India|
|2002||Germany||Australia||16||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
|1978||Pakistan||Netherlands||14||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|1975||India||Pakistan||12||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
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Most FIH Hockey World Cup Winners
Pakistan is the most successful team in Hockey World Cup history, with four tournament victories. Australia and the Netherlands each have won three championships. Germany has won the men’s hockey World Cup 2 times. India and Belgium also won the competition one time.
|Pakistan||4||1971, 1978, 1982, 1994|
|Netherlands||3||1973*, 1990, 1998*|
|Australia||3||1986, 2010, 2014|
|Germany||3||2002, 2006, 2023|
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