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Japan women's national field hockey team


Japan women's national field hockey team

Coach Yoo Seung-jin
Captain Miyuki Nakagawa
FIH ranking 9
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The Japan women's national field hockey team represents Japan in the international field hockey competitions.


  • Results 1
  • Current roster 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


Olympic Games
World Cup
  • 1972did not compete
  • 1974did not compete
  • 1975did not compete
  • 19786th place
  • 19817th place
  • 1983did not qualify
  • 1987did not qualify
  • 199011th place
  • 1994did not qualify
  • 1998did not qualify
  • 200210th place
  • 20065th place
  • 201011th place
  • 201410th place
World League
Champions Trophy
  • 1987did not compete
  • 1989did not compete
  • 1991did not compete
  • 1993did not compete
  • 1995did not compete
  • 1997did not compete
  • 1999did not compete
  • 2000did not compete
  • 2002did not compete
  • 2002did not compete
  • 2003did not compete
  • 2004did not compete
  • 2005did not compete
  • 2006did not compete
  • 20075th place
  • 20086th place
  • 20125th place
  • 20148th place
Champions Challenge
  • 2002did not compete
  • 20033rd place
  • 20053rd place
  • 2007did not compete

Current roster

Roster for the 2014 Women's Hockey World Cup.

Head coach: Yoo Seung-jin

No. Player Pos. Age
1 Ryoko Oie GK 25
2 Shiho Sakai 24
3 Keiko Manabe 27
4 Kana Nomura 24
5 Miyuki Nakagawa (c) 27
6 Akiko Ota 27
7 Shiho Otsuka 24
8 Mayumi Ono 29
9 Shihori Oikawa 25
No. Player Pos. Age
10 Mazuki Arai 25
11 Akane Shibata 26
15 Ayaka Nishimura 25
16 Yuri Nagai 22
17 Hazuki Nagai 19
18 Yuka Yoshikawa GK 30
20 Yoshino Kasahara 23
22 Hazuki Yuda 24
23 Shoko Kanefuji 22


External links

  • Official website
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