Malaysia men's national field hockey team
The Malaysia national field hockey team (nicknamed Speedy Tigers) is made up of the best field hockey players in Malaysia. As of 10 December 2017, the team is ranked 11th in the world, and 2nd in Asia, by the International Hockey Federation. The governing body for the sports is the Malaysian Hockey Confederation.
|Nickname||Malaysian Hockey Tigers (Speedy Tigers)|
|Association||Malaysian Hockey Confederation (Konfederasi Hoki Malaysia)|
|Assistant coach(es)||Amin Rahim|
|Manager||Stephen van Huizen|
|Most caps||Kuhan Shanmuganathan (342)|
|Current||11 (4 October 2020)|
|Appearances||9 (first in 1956)|
|Best result||8th (1972)|
|Appearances||8 (first in 1973)|
|Best result||4th (1975)|
|Appearances||16 (first in 1958)|
|Best result||2nd (2010, 2018)|
|Appearances||10 (first in 1982)|
|Best result||2nd (2017)|
A red box around the year indicates tournaments played within Malaysia and best results"
Champions Challenge IIEdit
Hockey Asia CupEdit
Asian Champions TrophyEdit
Sultan Azlan Shah CupEdit
Hockey Asean CupEdit
Southeast Asian GamesEdit
Summer Youth OlympicsEdit
|Summer Youth Olympics|
|Junior World Cup|
|1982||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||4th|
|1997||Milton Keynes, England||DNQ|
|2009||Johor Bahru, Malaysia & Singapore||12th|
|2013||New Delhi, India||4th|
Head coach: Roelant Oltmans
Caps updated as of 30 March 2019, after the match against Canada.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Club|
|21||GK||Hafizuddin Othman||7 January 1992||58||Terengganu|
|29||GK||Hairi Rahman||19 January 1990||41||TNB Thunderbolts|
|11||DF||Syed Cholan||12 May 1995||64||Tenaga Nasional Berhad|
|12||DF||Sukri Mutalib||24 February 1986||314||UniKL|
|17||DF||Razie Rahim (Captain)||25 August 1987||264||UniKL|
|18||DF||Faiz Jali||18 February 1992||145||Tenaga Nasional Berhad|
|25||DF||Jazlan Najmi||4 April 1995||67||UniKL|
|6||MF||Marhan Jalil||5 March 1990||242||UniKL|
|7||MF||Fitri Saari||4 March 1993||143||Terengganu|
|8||MF||Ashran Hamsani||20 April 1995||15||UniKL|
|20||MF||Azuan Hasan||16 February 1994||128||Maybank|
|24||MF||Aiman Rozemi||19 July 1996||85||Tenaga Nasional Berhad|
|3||FW||Norsyafiq Sumantri||17 June 1996||44||Tenaga Nasional Berhad|
|4||FW||Abu Kamal Azrai||3 October 1999||6||Tenaga Nasional Berhad|
|10||FW||Faizal Saari||13 January 1991||232||Terengganu|
|13||FW||Firhan Ashaari||9 March 1993||154||Tenaga Nasional Berhad|
|23||FW||Tengku Ahmad Tajuddin||5 January 1986||280||Tenaga Nasional Berhad|
|27||FW||Akhimullah Anuar||2 May 2000||0||Tenaga Nasional Berhad|
The following players have been called up for the national team in the last 12 months.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Mat Deris Zaimi||18 September 1997||2||Maybank||2019 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup|
|GK||Kumar Subramiam||26 November 1979||310||Tenaga Nasional Berhad||2018 World Cup|
|DF||Luqman Ahmad Shukran||23 April 1997||7||Terengganu||2019 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup|
|DF||Arif Ishak||22 January 2000||6||Tenaga Nasional Berhad||2019 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup|
|MF||Amirol Arshad||12 April 1995||50||Tenaga Nasional Berhad||2019 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup|
|MF||Joel van Huizen||11 November 1992||84||NurInsafi||2018 World Cup|
|FW||Shahril Saabah||28 March 1994||120||Tenaga Nasional Berhad||2018 Asian Champions Trophy|
|2||Chua Boon Huat||337||1998–2013|
|4||Nor Saiful Zaini||329||1985–2001|
Notable former playersEdit
- Azlan Misron
- Baljit Singh Charun
- Chairil Anwar
- Chua Boon Huat
- Gary Vernon Fidelis
- Harnahal Singh
- Zam Ariffin Ali Piah
- Ismail Bakri Mohd Noor
- Abdul Ranni Mohd Noor
- Jiwa Mohan
- Keevan Raj
- Kevin Nunis
- Kuhan Shanmuganathan
- Logan Raj
- Maninderjit Singh
- Nizam Nordin
- Mirnawan Nawawi
- Mohamad Bin Abdul Hadi
- Mohammad Zainal Bin Hussin
- Mohd Saiyuti Bin Abd Samat
- Nor Azlan Bakar
- Nor Saiful Zaini
- Peter van Huizen
- Poon Fook Loke
- Khairuddin Zainal
- R. Yogeswaran
- Rodhanizam Mat Radzi
- Roslan Jamaluddin
- Sarjit Singh
- Shahrun Nabil
- Stephen van Huizen
- Tai Beng Hai
- Wallace Tan
- Mazran Ramli
- Soon Mustafa Karim
- Kevinder Singh
- Harvinder Singh
- First foreign coach.
- First Malayan coach for 1956 Olympic Games but did not go to Melbourne.
- Served as tactical coach for 1958 Asian Games, test match against Korea in 1960 and home international against Singapore in 1961.
- First Malaysian coach.
- Coach the Malaysian team for three-month only.
- Coach the Malaysian team for 1966 Asian Games, return in December 1967 for 1968 Olympics.
- Handled the national team for a month in 1994, in charge for 1995 Southeast Asian Games.
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