Women's Champions Trophy 2018: Results, standings and match reports

Giselle Ansley
Great Britain's Giselle Ansley in action at the Champions Trophy in China

Great Britain's women's team finished fifth in the final Champions Trophy in Changzhou, China.

Britain qualified as Olympic champions and played hosts China, defending champions Argentina, 2018 World Cup winners the Netherlands, Oceania champions Australia and Asian Games champions Japan.

They have been rebuilding since the last Olympics but were using this event as a marker to see how far they have come as they prepare to defend their title in Tokyo in 2020.

After finishing bottom of the group without a win, they managed to beat Japan 2-1 on finals day.

World champions Netherlands won the tournament, claiming a 5-1 victory over Australia in the final, while Argentina beat China 6-0 in the bronze-medal match.

The tournament will be replaced by the inaugural FIH Pro-League, which will take place across the globe between January and June in 2019.


Finals day

Sunday, 25 November

5th/6th: Japan 1-2 Great Britain - Report

3rd/4th: China 0-6 Argentina

1st/2nd: Netherlands 5-1 Australia

Group games

Saturday, 17 November

Great Britain 2-2 China - Report

Australia 2-1 Argentina

Netherlands 3-1 Japan

Sunday, 18 November

Australia 2-0 Great Britain - Report

China 0-0 Japan

Netherlands 3-0 Argentina

Tuesday, 20 November

Australia 0-3 Netherlands

Argentina 0-2 China

Japan 2-2 Great Britain - Report

Thursday, 22 November

Argentina 4-0 Japan

China 0-0 Australia

Great Britain 0-4 Netherlands - Report

Saturday, 24 November

Japan 3-1 Australia

Netherlands 2-1 China

Great Britain 0-1 Argentina - Report


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Last updated 24 November at 13:10 GMT

NB Fixtures and start times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes that may be made

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