Men’s Asian Champions Trophy Starts From 20 October
4th Men’s Asian Champions Trophy will take place in Kuantan, Malaysia from 20 to 30 October 2016. Defending Champions Pakistan will give tough challenge to rival India.
The Men’s Asian Champions Trophy brings together the six best men’s teams of the continent for a battle for continental dominance less than a year ahead of the 2017 Asia Cup, the continental championship which doubles as a World Cup Qualifier.
Hosted in Kuantan, capital city of the state of Pahang, on the Eastern coast of Malaysia, the tournament sees the Malaysian hosts take on continental giants India and current title holders Pakistan as well as Korea, China and Japan, within the top class facilities of the Wisma Belia Hockey Stadium.
Over the eleven days of the event, the teams will first play each other in a round robin, followed by semi-finals and placement matches. On the opening day, 20 October 2016, the Malaysian home team will start their tournament against Pakistan, winners of the last edition of the event, followed by India opening their campaign against Japan.
|29 Oct||16||5th RR||–||6th RR||5th – 6th Place|
|17||2nd RR||–||3rd RR||SF 1|
|18||1st RR||–||4th RR||SF 2|
|30 Oct||19||Loser Match 17||–||Loser Match 18||3rd – 4th Place|
|20||Winner Match 17||–||Winner Match 18||Final|