Champions Trophy(Women)

Netherlands and the Hockeyroos have won the trophy a record six times each

Netherlands and the Hockeyroos have won the trophy a record six times each

The first ever Women’s Champions Trophy was held in 1987 in the Netherlands.

Both the Australian and Dutch teams have won the event six times each.

Argentina have won the event five times, and are the reigning champions, last winning in 2012 at home in Rosario, defeating Great Britain in the final.

The only three other countries to have won the Champions trophy are Korea (1989, Frankfurt),  China (2002, Macau) and Germany (2006, Amsterdam).  Germany won this event by beating China in the finals in 2006, and have also finished with five silver medals and four bronze medals to their credit in this competition.

Australia have won the champions trophy a record six times

Australia have won the champions trophy a record six times

Las Leonas (Argentina) are the current holders of the trophy

Las Leonas (Argentina) are the current holders of the trophy

Jodi Schultz of Australia

Jodi Schultz of Australia

The other teams to have won medals at the Champions league are New Zealand (bronze in 2011), the USA (bronze in 1995) and Great Britain (silver in 2012).

The US team has won a bronze medal at the Champions Trophy

The US team has won a bronze medal at the Champions Trophy

Charlotte Harrison Scored A Late Goal To Down Korea and Give New Zealand Their Only Ever Medal At The Champions Trophy in 2011

Charlotte Harrison Scored A Late Goal To Down Korea and Give New Zealand Their Only Ever Medal At The Champions Trophy in 2011

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