Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017 Schedule and Fixture

Another season of the great hockey tournament is going to start from 29th April and will conclude on 6th May 2017. All the matches of the tournament will be played at Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. The tournament began from 1983 as a biennial contest and is now a big hockey tournament. The tournament will be featuring to total six teams Australia, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Great Britain. In addition to this, below is the complete Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017 Schedule and Fixture.

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017 Schedule

Australia will be playing as the defending champions who won the last season. While India will be playing as a runner-up. Pakistan and Canada will not be competing in this season of the tournament. Great Britain will be joining the tournament from this season onwards. The tournament is named after Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) of Malaysia, Sultan Azlan Shah, an avid fan of field hockey. Furthermore, let’s move on to Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017 Schedule and Fixture for the upcoming season. Also, for the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017 Points Table and Teams Squads, kindly use the link.

Teams

  • Australia
  • India
  • Japan
  • Malaysia
  • New Zealand
  • Great Britain

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2017 Schedule & Fixtures

No Date Time  Team-1 vs Team-2
1 29th April 2017 13:35 Great Britain v India
2 15:35 New Zealand v Australia
3 18:05 Malaysia v Japan
4 30th April 2017 13:35 India v New Zealand
5 15:35 Japan v Great Britain
6 18:05 Australia v Malaysia
  1st May 2017 REST DAY
7 2nd May 2017 13:35 India v Australia
8 15:35 New Zealand v Japan
9 18:05 Malaysia v Great Britain
10 3rd May 2017 13:35 Japan v India
11 15:35 Great Britain v Australia
12 18:05 New Zealand v Malaysia
  4th May 2017 REST DAY
13 5th May 2017 13:35 Great Britain v New Zealand
14 15:35 Australia v Japan
15 18:05 India v Malaysia
16 6th May 2017 13:10 5/6th Placing
17 15:35 3/4th Placing
18 18:05 Final

Tournament winners

Team Winners
 Australia 9 (1983, 1998, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016)
 India 4 (1985, 1991, 1995, 2009) + 1 shared (2010)
 Pakistan 3 (1999,2000,2003)
 Germany 2 (1987,2001)
 South Korea 1 (1996) + 1 shared (2010)
 New Zealand 2 (2012, 2015)
 Argentina 1 (2008)
 Great Britain 1 (1994*)
 Netherlands 1 (2006)

 

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