Indian Hockey at Olympics: 21 Olympics, 33 Opponents, 77 wins, 405 Goals Scored

Starting from 1928 Olympics Gold till 8th position in 2016 Olympics, Indian Men’s Hockey team has played in 21 Olympics against 33 Opponents, with Ireland being the new nation in 2016 Olympics. In 1980, they scored maximum 43 goals, while in 1928 they did not concede any. In the first five Olympics there habit of conceding few goals gives India a huge goal difference of 281 goals. Check their performance in every Olympics and against every opponents till 2016 Olympics.

Indian Performance in Every Olympics
History of All Sports Played at Olympics by India
Indian Medals In Olympics: When and Who Got It!!

Indian Statistics at Olympics
8 Gold medals without any loss by India in every winning Olympics.
South Africa is the only country that has not been defeated by India at Olympics.
World Records

    10 goals by Roop Singh (1932) is still a record at Olympics for Individual goals in a match.
    24-1 win vs USA (1932) is still a record of biggest win at Olympics.

1st for Indian Men’s Hockey

    1st match lost after grabbing 6 Gold medals and winning 24 consecutive matches, without any draw.
    1st time and only Silver in 1960
    1st time did not reach final in 1968 (won 1st of the two consecutive Bronze)

Other Statistics

    21 Olympics appearance by India from 1928-2016, missing only in 2008.
    415 Goals scored, 134 goals conceded after 2016 Olympics by India.
    77 wins, 34 losses, 9 drawn in 120 matches after 2016 Olympics by India
    33 Number of Countries against which India played from 1928-2016 Olympics.
    All Matches lost in 2012 Olympics.

India’s 21 Olympic Appearances

    1928: 5 Played, 5 Won, 29 GS, 0 GC
    1932: 2 Played, 2 Won, 35 GS, 2 GC
    1936: 5 Played, 5 Won, 38 GS, 1 GC
    1948: 5 Played, 5 Won, 25 GS, 2 GC
    1952: 3 Played, 3 Won, 13 GS, 2 GC
    1956: 5 Played, 5 Won, 25 GS, 2 GC
    1960: 6 Played, 5 Won, 1 Lost, 19 GS, 2 GC
    1964: 9 Played, 7 Won, 2 Draw, 22 GS, 5 GC
    1968: 9 Played, 7 Won, 2 lost, 23 GS, 7 GC
    1972: 9 Played, 6 Won, 2 Draw, 1 lost, 27 GS, 11 GC
    1976: 7 Played, 4 Won, 3 lost, 17 GS, 13 GC
    1980: 6 Played, 4 Won, 2 Draw, 43 GS, 9 GC
    1984: 7 Played, 5 Won, 1 Draw, 1 lost, 20 GS, 11 GC
    1988: 7 Played, 3 Won, 1 Draw, 3 lost, 14 GS, 12 GC
    1992: 7 Played, 3 Won, 4 lost, 7 GS, 12 GC
    1996: 7 Played, 2 Won, 2 Draw, 3 lost, 14 GS, 10 GC
    2000: 7 Played, 2 Won, 2 Draw, 3 lost, 13 GS, 10 GC
    2004: 7 Played, 2 Won, 1 Draw, 4 lost, 13 GS, 10 GC
    2012: 6 Played, 6 lost, 8 GS, 21 GC
    2016: 6 Played, 3 Won, 1 Draw, 2 Lost, 10 GS, 12 GC

Countries Played Against at Olympics

    Afghanistan: 1956 (14-0)
    Argentina: 1948 (9-1), 1976 (4-0), 1988 (6-6 (4-3) in classification), 1992 (1–0), 1996 (0-1), 2000 (3-0 Group), (3-1 for 7th), 2004 (2-2), 2016 (2-1)
    Australia: 1960 (1-0), 1964 (3-1 Semis), 1968 (1-2 in semis), 1976 (1-6), Replay 5-4 (1-1), 1984 (2-4), 1992 (0–1), 2000 (2-2), 2004 (3-4)
    Austria: 1928 (6-0), 1948 (8-0), 1952 (4-0),
    Belgium: 1928 (9-0), 1964 (2-0), 1968 (2-1), 2012 (0-3), 2016 (1-3, QF)
    Canada: 1964 (3-0), 1976 (3-0), 1988 (5-1), 2016 (2-2)
    Cuba: 1980 (13-0)
    Denmark: 1928 (5-0), 1960 (10-0)
    East Germany: 1968 (1-0)
    Egypt: 1992 (2–1)
    France: 1936 (Semi 10-0)
    Germany: 1936 (Final 8-1), 1956 (1-0 Semis), 1964 (1-1), 1988 (1-1), 1992 (0–3), 1996 (1-1), 2012 (2-5)
    Great Britain: 1948 (4-0 Final), 1952 (3-1 Semis), 1960 (1-0), 1972 (5-0), 1988 (0 – 3), 1992 (1–3), 1996 (3-4 for 8th), 2000 (1-2 In classification), 2016 (1-2)
    Hong Kong: 1964 (6-0)
    Hungary: 1936 (4-0)
    Ireland: 2016 (3-2)
    Japan: 1932 (11-1), 1936 (9-0), 1968 (5-0),
    Kenya: 1972 (3-2)
    Malaysia: 1964 (3-1), 1976 (3-0), 1976 (2-0 for 7th place), 1984 (3-1)
    Mexico: 1968 (8-0), 1972 (8-0)
    Netherlands: 1928 (3-0 in Final), 1948 (2-1 semis), 1952 (6-1 Final), 1960 (4-1), 1964 (2-1), 1972 (1-1 Group), 1972 (2-1 Bronze), 1976 (1-3), 1984 (5-2 for 5th), 2004 (1-3), 2012 (2-3), 2016 (1-2)
    New Zealand: 1960 (3-0), 1968 (1-2), 1972 (3-2), 1984 (1-0 Classification), 1992 (3–2 7th), 2004 (1-2), 2012 (1-3)
    Pakistan: 1956 (1-0 in Final), 1960 (0-1 in Final), 1964 (1-0 in Final), 1972 (0-2 semis), 1988 (1-2 for 6th), 1996 (0-0), 2004 (0-3 in classification)
    Poland: 1972 (2-2), 1980 (2-2), 2000 (1-1)
    Singapore: 1956 (6-0)
    South Korea: 1988 (3-1), 1996 (3-5 (3-3) in classification), 2004 (4-2 Group), (5-2 for 7th), 2012 (1-4)
    Soviet Union: 1980 (4-2), 1988 (0–1), 2000 (0-2)
    Spain: (1948) 2-0, 1964 (1-1), 1968 (1-0), 1980 (2-2 group), (4-3 Final), 1984 (4-3), 1992 (0–2 classification), 1996 (3-1), 2000 (3-2)
    South Africa: 2012 (2-3 for 12th)
    Switzerland: 1928
    Tanzania: 1980 (18-0)
    USA: 1932 (24-1), 1936 (7-0), 1956 (16-0), 1984 (5-1), 1996 (4-0)
    West Germany: 1968 (2-1, Groups) (2-1, Bronze), 1976 (2-3 classification), 1984 (0-0)

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