2013 Men's EuroHockey Nations Championship
The 2013 Men's EuroHockey Championship was the 14th edition of the men's EuroHockey Nations Championship, the biennial international men's field hockey championship of Europe organized by the European Hockey Federation. It was held alongside the women's tournament from 17 until 25 August 2013 in Boom, Belgium. The main sponsor for the tournament was TriFinance
|Teams||8 (from 1 confederation)|
|Champions||Germany (8th title)|
|Goals scored||105 (5.25 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)||Eduard Tubau (6 goals)|
|Best player||Robbert Kemperman|
|20 – 28 August 2011||2011 EuroHockey Championship||Mönchengladbach, Germany||5|| Germany|
|8 – 14 August 2011||2011 EuroHockey Championship II||Vinnytsia, Ukraine||2|| Czech Republic|
The eight teams were split into two groups of four teams. The top two teams advanced to the semifinals to determine the winner in a knockout system. The bottom two teams played in a new group against the teams they did not play in the group stage. The last two teams were relegated to the EuroHockey Championship II.
The match schedule was released on 24 January 2013.
All times are local (UTC+2).
Fifth to eighth place classificationEdit
The points obtained in the preliminary round against the other team were taken over.
|7||Poland (R)||3||1||0||2||7||9||−2||3||Relegation to the Championship II|
|8||Czech Republic (R)||3||0||1||2||5||13||−8||1|
First to fourth place classificationEdit
Third and fourth placeEdit
2014 World Cup as hostsQualified for the
- Best Player of the Tournament: Robbert Kemperman
- Best goalkeeper of the Tournament: Filip Neusser
- Topscorer of the Tournament: Eduard Tubau
There were 105 goals scored in 20 matches, for an average of 5.25 goals per match.
- Florent van Aubel
- Thomas Briels
- Cédric Charlier
- John-John Dohmen
- Lukas Plochý
- Tomas Procházka
- Ondrej Vudmaska
- Alastair Brogdon
- Adam Dixon
- Iain Lewers
- Barry Middleton
- Richard Smith
- Moritz Fürste
- Tobias Hauke
- Marco Miltkau
- Christopher Wesley
- Benjamin Wess
- John Jackson
- Stuart Loughrey
- Eugene Magee
- Michael Watt
- Seve van Ass
- Jelle Galema
- Valentin Verga
- Pawel Bratkowski
- Tomasz Górny
- Piotr Kozlowski
- Krystian Makowski
- Michal Nowakowski
- Dariusz Rachwalski
- Bartosz Zywiczka
- Alex Casasayas
- Xavi Lleonart
- Andres Mir
- Roc Oliva
- Manel Terraza
1 own goal
- Czech Republic (against Belgium)
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