Chile women's national field hockey team
The Chile women's national field hockey team represents Chile in the international field hockey. The team is governed by the International Hockey Federation and the PAHF. The team is also known by the nickname Las Diablas, which translates to The Devils. It is controlled by the Chilean Hockey Federation. The team is currently ranked 15th in the FIH World Rankings, with 870 points.
|Nickname||Las Diablas (The Devils)|
|Association||Federación Chilena de Hockey Sobre Césped|
|Assistant coach(es)||Diego Amoroso|
|Current||18 (1 March 2020)|
Hockey arrived in Chile in the middle of the 20th century. Chile's national team have had success at a continental level, but has never stemmed this worldwide. The team has never qualified for a World Cup or an Olympic Games.
The Chilean women's most successful year came in 2017, with their silver medal performance at the 2017 Pan American Cup. The team made history by recording their first ever win over the United States in official competition, and progressing to the final for the first time.
Chile has medalled at one Pan American Games, in Guadalajara 2011. At the tournament, the team won a bronze medal after defeating Canada. Chile have narrowly missed medals at the event on three other occasions, finishing in fourth place.
Senior National TeamEdit
Caps and goals updated as of 30 January 2020 after the match against Japan.
Head coach: Sergio Vigil
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Club|
|1||GK||Claudia Schüler||28 November 1987||225||Club Manquehue|
|18||GK||Valentina Cerda||23 October 1992||12||Club Manquehue|
|3||DF||Fernanda Villagran||12 August 1997||70||Club Manquehue|
|6||DF||Fernanda Flores||14 September 1993||169||Universidad Católica|
|13||DF||Camila Caram (C)||22 April 1989||238||Prince of Wales Country Club|
|23||DF||Sofía Machado||1 November 1995||11||Universidad Católica|
|27||DF||Domenica Ananias||18 August 1998||29||Club Manquehue|
|5||MF||Denise Krimerman||4 July 1994||162||Old Reds|
|15||MF||Mariana Lagos||29 August 1992||84||Club Manquehue|
|16||MF||Constanza Palma||29 March 1992||173||Universidad Católica|
|19||MF||Agustina Solano||5 April 1995||59||Universidad Católica|
|24||MF||Josefa Salas||9 October 1995||73||Alumni|
|7||FW||Lucía Marelli||16 November 1998||9||Santa Bárbara|
|9||FW||Kim Jacob||5 August 1996 (aged 22)||70||Club Manquehue|
|10||FW||Manuela Urroz||24 September 1991 (aged 27)||201||Royal Antwerp|
|20||FW||Francisca Parra||6 October 1999||32||Universidad Católica|
|25||FW||María Maldonado||13 August 1997||62||Prince of Wales Country Club|
|30||FW||Consuelo de las Heras||22 September 1995 (aged 23)||47||S.M.O.G.|
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Natalia Salvador||28 September 1993||54||0||Universidad Católica||v. Japan; January 29, 2020|
|DF||Simone Avelli||6 May 2000||2||0||Prince of Wales Country Club||v. Japan; January 29, 2020|
|DF||Jael Roman||18 December 1998||14||0||Universidad Católica||v. Japan; January 29, 2020|
|MF||Fernanda Arrieta||27 January 2001||10||2||v. Japan; January 29, 2020|
|FW||Valeria Nazal||12 June 2000||1||0||Universidad Católica||v. Japan; January 29, 2020|
2020 Fixtures and ResultsEdit
Japan Test SeriesEdit
|26 January 2020 Test Match||Chile||0–1||Japan||Santiago, Chile|
|19:30 (CST)||Report||Oikawa 34'||Stadium: Prince of Wales Country Club|
|27 January 2020 Test Match||Chile||1–1||Japan||Santiago, Chile|
|19:00 (CST)||Urroz 37'||Report||H. Nagai 60'||Stadium: Prince of Wales Country Club|
|29 January 2020 Test Match||Chile||1–1||Japan||Santiago, Chile|
|19:00 (CST)||Urroz 41'||Report||Mitsuhashi 19'||Stadium: Prince of Wales Country Club|
|30 January 2020 Test Match||Chile||0–1||Japan||Santiago, Chile|
|19:00 (CST)||Report||Kanefuji 37'||Stadium: Prince of Wales Country Club|
United States Test SeriesEdit
|1 February 2020 Test Match||Chile||v||United States||Santiago, Chile|
|19:00 (CST)||Report||Stadium: Prince of Wales Country Club|
Junior National TeamEdit
|Pan American Junior Championship|
|1988||Buenos Aires, Argentina||3rd||–||–||–||–||–||–|
|1992||Caracas, Venezuela||Did not participate|
|2005||San Juan, Puerto Rico||3rd||7||5||0||2||33||8|
|2008||Mexico City, Mexico||2nd||5||3||1||1||24||5|
|2016||Tacarigua, Trinidad and Tobago||3rd||6||4||0||2||17||16|
|Junior World Cup|
|1993||Terrassa, Spain||Did not participate|
|1997||Seongnam, South Korea|
|2001||Buenos Aires, Argentina||12th||7||2||0||5||4||20|
|2009||Boston, United States||12th||7||1||0||6||4||20|
|2013||Mönchengladbach, Germany||Did not participate|
Head coach: Alejandro Gomez
- Sachi Ananias (GK)
- Josefina Cambiaso
- Fernanda Villagran
- Maria Maldonado
- Agustina Solano
- Josefa Salas
- Sophia Lahsen
- Catalina Peragallo
- Sofia Machado
- Paula Valdivia
- Noemi Abusleme (GK)
- Pilar Zapico
- Antonia Morales
- Domenica Ananias Cancino
- Consuelo de las Heras
- Denise Krimerman (C)
- Florencia Martinez
- Kim Jacob
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