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The field hockey tournament at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy was contested from August 26 to September 9, with sixteen participating teams. Only men competed in field hockey at these Games. Pakistan won the gold medal, defeating India in the final and ending India's run of six successive gold medals. Spain won the bronze medal. Contents 1 Participating nations 2 Preliminary round 2.1 Group A 2.2 Group B 2.3 Group C 2.4 Group D 3 Playoffs 3.1 Quarter-finals 3.2 Semi-finals 3.3 Bronze medal match 3.4 Gold medal match 4 Classification matches 4.1 Fifth to eighth place 4.2 Ninth to twelfth place 4.3 Thirteenth to sixteenth place 5 Medalists 6 Final ranking 7 References Participating nations Sixteen teams were placed into four preliminary groups of four teams each. After a preliminary round-robin set of matches, the top two teams in each group advanced to the quarter-finals. Group A  Denmark  India  Netherlands  New Zealand Group B  Australia  Japan  Pakistan  Poland Group C  France  Germany  Italy  Kenya Group D  Belgium  Great Britain  Spain  Switzerland Preliminary round Group A August 27 15:00 India  10–0 (5–0)  Denmark Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: McIldowie (RSA), Whitelaw (GBR) P. Singh 1', 15', 16' Bhola 22', 31', 67' Peter 41' Ja. Singh 64' ? ? August 27 16:30 New Zealand  1–1 (1–1)  Netherlands Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: Franck (BEL), Massart (BEL) Hobson 25' Van Erven Dorens 23' August 30 16:30 India  4–1 (1–1)  Netherlands Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: de Bourguignon (BEL), Asselman (BEL) Ja. Singh 26' Bhola 63' P. Singh 66', 69' Van Vroonhoven 9' August 31 16:30 New Zealand  4–1 (3–1)  Denmark Olympic Velodrome Umpires: McDowell (AUS), Glichitch (FRA) Hobson 4' Turner 24', 41' Bygrave 35' Christiansen 16' September 2 16:30 India  3–0 (1–0)  New Zealand Olympic Velodrome Umpires: McIldowie (RSA), Whitelaw (GBR) Bhola 8' Peter 57' Ja. Singh 70' September 3 10:00 Netherlands  4–2 (0–1)  Denmark Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Harasta (AUT), Bernet (SUI) Van Erven Dorens 37', 49', 64' P. Nielsen 70' (OG) Guldbrandsen 30' Kristoffersen 68' Group standings Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts  India 3 3 0 0 17 1 6  New Zealand 3 1 1 1 5 5 3  Netherlands 3 1 1 1 6 7 3  Denmark 3 0 0 3 3 18 0 India advanced to the quarter-finals. New Zealand and the Netherlands played a tie-breaker match to determine second place in the group. Denmark continued to the classification matches for 13th–16th place. September 4 15:30 New Zealand  2–1 (1–1)  Netherlands Campo Tre Fontane Umpires: Schinner (GER), Lichtenfeld (GER) Bygrave 31', 58' De Beer 14' New Zealand advanced to the quarter-finals. The Netherlands continued to the classification matches for 9th–12th place. Group B August 26 10:00 Pakistan  3–0 (0–0)  Australia Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: Van Ballgoijen de Jong (NED), Elgershuizen (NED) H. Abdul 48' Noor 53' Mushtaq 56' August 26 15:00 Poland  2–1 (1–0)  Japan Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: Lichtenfeld (GER), Schinner (GER) Flinik 33' Wiśniewski 56' Iijima 68' August 29 16:30 Pakistan  8–0 (4–0)  Poland Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: Whitelaw (GBR), McIldowie (RSA) H. Abdul 6', 24', 55' Noor 18' Mutti 22' W. Abdul 45', 69' Nasir 60' August 30 10:00 Australia  8–1 (6–1)  Japan Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: Massart (BEL), Franck (BEL) Crossman 1', 25' E. Pearce 13', 27', 31', 37', 65' Evans 33' Kanbe 20' September 1 10:00 Pakistan  10–0 (4–0)  Japan Olympic Velodrome Umpires: H. Singh (IND), Burgess (GBR) W. Abdul 21', 30' H. Abdul 24', 37', 50', 51' Nasir 33', 45', 60' Khan 59' September 1 16:30 Australia  1–1 (0–0)  Poland Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Asselman (BEL), de Bourguignon (BEL) Crossman 62' Kubiak 48' (ps) Group standings Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts  Pakistan 3 3 0 0 21 0 6  Australia 3 1 1 1 9 5 3  Poland 3 1 1 1 3 10 3  Japan 3 0 0 3 2 20 0 Pakistan advanced to the quarter-finals. Australia and Poland played a tie-breaker match to determine second place in the group. Japan continued to the classification matches for 13th–16th place. September 3 08:30 Australia  2–0 (0–0)  Poland Campo Tre Fontane Umpires: McIldowie (RSA), Whitelaw (GBR) Crossman 55' Currie 66' Australia advanced to the quarter-finals. Poland continued to the classification matches for 9th–12th place. Group C August 29 10:00 Kenya  1–0 (0–0)  Germany Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: Burgess (GBR), H. Singh (IND) H. Fernandes 45' August 29 15:00 France  2–0 (1–0)  Italy Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: Bernet (SUI), Harasta (AUT) Reynaud 21' J-P Windal 54' August 31 10:00 Germany  5–0 (2–0)  France Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Ghosh (IND), G. Singh (IND) Keller 23', 52', 61', 66' Schuler 31' September 1 15:00 Kenya  7–0 (3–0)  Italy Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Bernet (SUI), Harasta (AUT) E. Fernandes 14' H. Fernandes 17', 64', 65' Sohal 24', 48' Pianesi 42' (OG) September 3 15:00 Germany  5–0 (2–0)  Italy Olympic Velodrome Umpires: de Bourguignon (BEL), Asselman (BEL) Keller 24' (ps), 43', 45' Budinger 29', 41' September 3 16:30 Kenya  0–0 (0–0)  France Olympic Velodrome Umpires: H. Singh (IND), Burgess (GBR) Group standings Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts  Kenya 3 2 1 0 8 0 5  Germany 3 2 0 1 10 1 4  France 3 1 1 1 2 5 3  Italy 3 0 0 3 0 14 0 Kenya and Germany advanced to the quarter-finals. France continued to the classification matches for 9th–12th place. Italy continued to the classification matches for 13th–16th place. Group D August 26 16:30 Spain  0–0 (0–0)  Great Britain Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: G. Singh (IND), Ghosh (IND) August 27 10:00 Belgium  4–2 (1–1)  Switzerland Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: MacDowell (AUS), Glichitch (FRA) Remy 24' M. Muschs 45' Dubois 55', 65' Von Arx 30' Zanetti 59' August 30 15:00 Belgium  1–1 (0–1)  Great Britain Stadio dei Marmi Umpires: Elgershuizen (NED), Van Ballgoijen de Jong (NED) Debbaudt 69' Hindle 12' August 31 15:00 Spain  5–1 (4–1)  Switzerland Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Lichtenfeld (GER), Schinner (GER) Murua 5' Macaya 22' E. Dualde 25', 66' Usoz 31' Zanetti 11' September 2 10:00 Great Britain  3–0 (1–0)  Switzerland Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Glichitch (FRA), MacDowell (AUS) Mayes 5', 63' Scott 68' September 2 15:00 Spain  3–1 (2–0)  Belgium Olympic Velodrome Umpires: G. Singh (IND), Ghosh (IND) Macaya 23' E. Dualde 24' J. Dualde 61' Remy 50' Group standings Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts  Spain 3 2 1 0 8 2 5  Great Britain 3 1 2 0 4 1 4  Belgium 3 1 1 1 6 6 3  Switzerland 3 0 0 3 3 12 0 Spain and Great Britain advanced to the quarter-finals. Belgium continued to the classification matches for 9th–12th place. Switzerland continued to the classification matches for 13th–16th place. Playoffs Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final                     September 5, 09:00 – Olympic Velodrome           India  1 September 7, 15:30 – Olympic Velodrome   Australia  0     India  1 September 5, 10:30 – Olympic Velodrome     Great Britain  0     Great Britain  2 September 9, 15:30 – Olympic Velodrome   Kenya  1     Pakistan  1 September 5, 14:30 – Olympic Velodrome     India  0   Pakistan  2 September 7, 10:00 – Olympic Velodrome   Germany  1     Pakistan  1 Third place September 5, 16:00 – Olympic Velodrome     Spain  0     Spain  1   Spain  2   New Zealand  0     Great Britain  1 September 9, 10:00 – Olympic Velodrome Quarter-final losers continued to play classification matches to determine 5th–8th place. Quarter-finals September 5 09:00 India  1–0 (0–0)  Australia Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Whitelaw (GBR), MacIldowie (RSA) Bhola 84' Winning goal scored in second period of extra time. September 5 15:00 Great Britain  2–1 (0–1)  Kenya Olympic Velodrome Umpires: G. Singh (IND), Ghosh (IND) Saunders 36', 115' Sohal 22' Winning goal scored in sixth period of extra time. September 5 14:30 Pakistan  2–1 (1–0)  Germany Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Asselman (BEL), de Bourguignon (BEL) Nasir 22', 62' Delmes 52' September 5 16:00 Spain  1–0 (0–0)  New Zealand Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Elgershuizen (NED), Van Ballgoijen de Jong (NED) Murua 83' Winning goal scored in second period of extra time. Semi-finals September 7 10:00 Pakistan  1–0 (1–0)  Spain Olympic Velodrome Umpires: MacDowell (AUS), Massart (BEL) Manzoor 12' September 7 15:30 India  1–0 (1–0)  Great Britain Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Elgershuizen (NED), Schinner (GER) Kullar 16' Bronze medal match September 9 10:00 Spain  2–1 (1–1)  Great Britain Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Elgershuizen (NED), G. Singh (IND) J. Dualde 27' E. Dualde 41' Scott 13' Gold medal match September 9 15:30 Pakistan  1–0 (1–0)  India Olympic Velodrome Umpires: MacDowell (AUS), Massart (BEL) Nasir 6' Classification matches Fifth to eighth place   5th–8th place 5th–6th place September 8, 15:00 – Campo Tre Fontane   New Zealand  1     Germany  0     September 11, 09:00 – Campo Tre Fontane       New Zealand  1     Australia  0 7th–8th place September 10, 16:30 – Campo Tre Fontane Match not played   Australia  2   Germany  —   Kenya  1     Kenya  — September 8 15:00 New Zealand  1–0 (–)  Germany Campo Tre Fontane Umpires: van Ballgoijen de Jong (NED), H. Singh (IND) McGregor 11' September 8 16:30 Australia  1–1 (0–0)  Kenya Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Elgershuizen (NED), Glichitch (FRA) Crossman 40' Deol 63' The match was suspended due to darkness after 40 minutes of extra time, ending in a 1–1 draw; Australia was initially awarded the match by a coin toss, but after an appeal by Kenya, the match was declared a draw and a replay was ordered. September 10 16:30 Australia  2–1 (0–0)  Kenya Campo Tre Fontane Umpires: Elgershuizen (NED), Van Ballgoijen de Jong (NED) Evans 64', 69' Panaser 42' September 9 08:30 Australia  2–1 (0–1)  New Zealand Campo Tre Fontane Umpires: Burgess (GBR), Asselman (BEL) Crossman 50' Evans 68' Cullen 27' The match was declared null and void by the ground jury, and a replay was ordered. September 11 09:00 New Zealand  1–0 (0–0)  Australia Campo Tre Fontane Umpires: Burgess (GBR), van Ballgoijen de Jong (NED) Bygrave 2' — Kenya  —  Germany Due to unforeseen circumstances, Germany was unable to play in the match against Kenya, so the match was scratched and both teams were awarded seventh place. Ninth to twelfth place Poland declined to participate in the classification matches and was therefore awarded twelfth place. The other three teams played a round-robin set of matches. September 6 15:00 France  1–0 (1–0)  Belgium Campo Tre Fontane Umpires: Burgess (GBR), Harasta (AUT) Mauchien 22' September 8 10:30 Netherlands  2–0 (2–0)  France Campo Tre Fontane Umpires: Lichtenfeld (GER), Whitelaw (GBR) De Beer 3' Van Vroonhoven 25' September 10 10:00 Netherlands  2–1 (0–0)  Belgium Olympic Velodrome Umpires: Burgess (GBR), MacIldowie (RSA) De Beer 51', 62' A. Muschs 66' Classification Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts  Netherlands 2 2 0 0 4 1 4  France 2 1 0 1 1 2 2  Belgium 2 0 0 2 1 3 0 Thirteenth to sixteenth place Denmark declined to participate in the classification matches and was therefore awarded sixteenth place. The other three teams played a round-robin set of matches. September 6 16:30 Italy  1–1 (1–1)  Switzerland Campo Tre Fontane Umpires: Franck (BEL), Matsunawa (JPN) Ballesio 6' Recordon 32' September 8 09:00 Japan  5–1 (1–0)  Switzerland Campo Tre Fontane Umpires: Asselman (BEL), Ghosh (IND) H. Kojima 34', 49' Kihara 51', 60', 67' Zanetti 42' September 10 15:00 Italy  2–1 (1–1)  Japan Olympic Velodrome Umpires: G. Singh (IND), H. Singh (IND) Marchiori 21' Lenza 47' H. Kojima 2' Classification Team Pld W D L GF GA Pts  Italy 2 1 1 0 3 2 3  Japan 2 1 0 1 6 3 2  Switzerland 2 0 1 1 2 6 1 Medalists  Gold  Pakistan Abdul Hamid Abdul Rashid Abdul Waheed Bashir Ahmad Ghulam Rasul Anwar Khan Khursheed Aslam Habib Ali Kiddie Manzoor Hussain Atif Mushtaq Ahmad Motiullah Naseer Bunda Noor Alam  Silver  India Joseph Antic Leslie Claudius Jaman Lal Sharma Mohinder Lal Shankar Lakshman John Peter Govind Sawant Raghbir Singh Bhola Udham Singh Kullar Charanjit Singh Jaswant Singh Joginder Singh Prithipal Singh  Bronze  Spain Pedro Amat Francisco Caballer Juan Calzado José Colomer Carlos Iglesias Jose Dinares Eduardo Dualde Joaquin Dualde Rafael Egusquiza Ignacio Macaya Pedro Murua Pedro Roig Luis Usoz Narciso Ventallo Final ranking  Pakistan (PAK)  India (IND)  Spain (ESP)  Great Britain (GBR)  New Zealand (NZL)  Australia (AUS)  Germany (EUA)  Kenya (KEN)  Netherlands (NED)  France (FRA)  Belgium (BEL)  Poland (POL)  Italy (ITA)  Japan (JPN)  Switzerland (SUI)  Denmark (DEN) References (PDF) The Official Report of the Organizing Committee for the Games of the XVII Olympiad Rome 1960 Volume Two. Rome, Italy: Carlo Colombo. May 1963. pp. 437–460. http://www.la84foundation.org/6oic/OfficialReports/1960/OR1960v2pt1.pdf. Retrieved 2008-01-29.  "Olympic Medal Winners". International Olympic Committee. http://www.olympic.org/uk/athletes/results/search_r_uk.asp. Retrieved 2008-01-28.  v · d · eEvents at the 1960 Summer Olympics (Rome) Athletics • Basketball • Boxing • Canoeing • Cycling • Diving • Equestrian • Fencing • Football • Gymnastics • Hockey • Modern pentathlon • Rowing • Sailing • Shooting • Swimming • Water polo • Weightlifting • Wrestling v · d · eField hockey at the Summer Olympics 1908 • 1912 • 1920 • 1924 • 1928 • 1932 • 1936 • 1948 • 1952 • 1956 • 1960 • 1964 • 1968 • 1972 • 1976 • 1980 • 1984 • 1988 • 1992 • 1996 • 2000 • 2004 • 2008 • 2012 List of medalists • List of venues v · d · eOlympic Games Sports · Medal tables · IOC · NOCs · Medalists · Symbols · Venues Summer Games 1896 · 1900 · 1904 · (1906)1 · 1908 · 1912 · 19162 · 1920 · 1924 · 1928 · 1932 · 1936 · 19403 · 19443 · 1948 · 1952 · 1956 · 1960 · 1964 · 1968 · 1972 · 1976 · 1980 · 1984 · 1988 · 1992 · 1996 · 2000 · 2004 · 2008 · 2012 · 2016 · 2020 · 2024 · 2028 Winter Games 1924 · 1928 · 1932 · 1936 · 19403 · 19443 · 1948 · 1952 · 1956 · 1960 · 1964 · 1968 · 1972 · 1976 · 1980 · 1984 · 1988 · 1992 · 1994 · 1998 · 2002 · 2006 · 2010 · 2014 · 2018 · 2022 1 Discounted ex post facto by the IOC; 2 Cancelled due to World War I.3 Cancelled due to World War II.