2019 Pan American Games (Men’s Hockey) will be held between July 29 to August 10, 2019. Eight teams will be participating in this event that will be held in Centro Deportivo de Villa Maria del Triunfo.

Teams :

  • Argentina
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • Cuba
  • Mexico
  • Peru
  • Trinidad & Tobago
  • USA

Check out the full schedule here:

DESCRIPTION DATE TIME TEAMS FINAL SCORE
POOL A 30th July 10.00 ARG – CHI
POOL A 12.00 TTO – CUB
POOL B 14.00 CAN – MEX
POOL B 16.00 USA – PER
POOL B 1st August 10.00 MEX – PER
POOL B 12.00 USA – CAN
POOL A 14.00 CHI – CUB
POOL A 16.00 TTO – ARG
POOL A 3rd August 10.00 CHI – TTO
POOL B 12.00 MEX – USA
POOL A 14.00 ARG – CUB
POOL B 16.00 CAN – PER
1/4 FINAL 1 5th August 13.00 1st Pool A – 4th Pool B
1/4 FINAL 2 15.45 2nd Pool A – 3rd Pool B
1/4 FINAL 3 18.00 3rd Pool A – 2nd Pool B
1/4 FINAL 4 20.15 4th Pool A – 1st Pool B
5/8 PLACING 8th August 09.30 Loser QF – Loser QF
5/8 PLACING 11.45 Loser QF – Loser QF
SEMI-FINAL 15.00 Winner QF – Winner QF
SEMI-FINAL 17.15 Winner QF – Winner QF
7/8 PLACING 10th August 09.30 Loser #17 – Loser #18
5/6 PLACING 11.45 Winner #17-Winner #18
3/4 PLACING 15.00 Loser #19 – Loser #20
FINAL 17.15 Winner #19-Winner #20

 

  1. The times noted are estimates and subject to local conditions and are therefore adjustable prior to finalisation.
  2. Subject to the approval of the PAHF Representative and Technical Delegate, any match(es) may be rescheduled to accommodate spectators and/or television requirements and/or to cover adverse weather or other force majeure situations.
  3. Revised Schedule approved by the FIH on 12 of December, 2018
  4. Pools as of 29th of July 2018, based on FIH Outdoor Rankings dated 1 August 2018.
  5. If one or more team(s) does not participate, a reserve team(s), if called upon, will, in principle, take the place of the defaulting team(s). The PAHF reserves the right to exercise an unfettered discretion to re-arrange the composition of the pools prior to the pre-tournament briefing meeting.
  6. First Reserve team for Men is BRAZIL.
  7. The continental champion of each gender qualifies to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

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