Rabo Champions Trophy Amstelveen 2011
Amstelveen, Netherlands - June 25 - 3, 2011


Rabo FIH Champions Trophy - By The Numbers Review

July 5, 2011
Statistical review of the tournament

Following the completion of the Rabo FIH Champions Trophy, which took place in Amstelveen's Wagener Stadium, we take a look at some of the interesting statistics from the tournament. 


0     England have not conceded a single penalty corner goal this tournament. 

1     Korea converted only 1 of 22 penalty corners awarded at Amstelveen 2011. 

3     New Zealand finished 3rd to collect their first ever Champions Trophy medal. 

5     England and the Netherlands conceded fewest goals at Amstelveen 2011. 

6     Record equalling number of Champions Trophy titles by Amstelveen 2011 winners Netherlands. 

6     Number of goals scored by Rabo FIH Champions Trophy 2011 top scorer Maartje Paumen (NED) 

6     Netherlands and China scored most penalty corner goals at Amstelveen 2011 (6). 

11   Korea scored most field goals at Amstelveen 2011. 

13   Argentina scored most goals at Amstelveen 2011. 

16   16% of all penalty corners awarded were converted (28 for 173). 

17   Record number of Champions Trophy medals won by The Netherlands. 

17   Fastest goals of the tournament scored after only 17 seconds by Carla Rebecchi (ARG) in final against  Netherlands. 

28   Total number of penalty corner goals scored at Rabo FIH Champions Trophy 2011. 

29   Germany and Netherlands were awarded most penalty corners at Amstelveen 2011 (29) 

83   Total number of goals scored at Rabo FIH Champions Trophy 2011. 


Compiled by Infostrada Sports. 


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