Women's FIH Pro League 2019: Great Britain schedule, results and standings

Suzy Petty of Great Britain
Suzy Petty was part of Great Britain's squad at the FIH Champions Trophy and will play in the Pro League

The Netherlands beat Australia 4-3 in a shootout to win the inaugural Women's FIH Pro League final in Amsterdam.

Germany also needed a shootout to clinch victory over Argentina in the third-place match.

Great Britain have been taking part in both the men's and women's competitions in the first edition of the FIH Pro League.

The competition, set up by the International Hockey Federation (FIH), replaced the Hockey World League and serves as qualification for the World Cup and Olympics.

The Pro League has seen nine of the world's top teams face each other home and away, with the top four advancing to the finals.

Head coach Mark Hager's Great Britain squad failed to make the semi-finals after finishing second bottom of the group, winning just three of their 16 matches.

The side will also compete in the 2020 edition in the build-up to the Tokyo Olympics, with England taking over in 2021 and 2022.

Finals results

Saturday, 29 June


Netherlands 2-2 Australia (4-3 after shootout) - Wagener Stadium, Amsterdam


Germany 1-1 Argentina (3-1 after shootout) - Wagener Stadium, Amsterdam

Great Britain women's group stage results

Sunday, 23 June

Great Britain 3-1 New Zealand - The Stoop, London

Saturday, 15 June

Great Britain 0-1 Netherlands - Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London

Sunday, 9 June

Great Britain 2-4 Australia - Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London

Friday, 7 June

Great Britain 3-4 Germany - Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London

Saturday, 1 June

Netherlands 2-0 Great Britain - HC Oranje-Rood, Eindhoven

Thursday, 30 May

Belgium 4-1 Great Britain - Wilrijkse Plein, Antwerp

Sunday, 19 May

Great Britain 2-0 Belgium - Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London

Saturday, 18 May

Great Britain 1-1 Argentina (1-2 after shootout)- Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London

Friday, 3 May

Great Britain 1-2 China - Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London

Saturday, 27 April

Great Britain 1-1 United States (2-1 after shootout) - Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London

Wednesday, 24 April

Germany 2-0 Great Britain - Hockeypark, Moenchengladbach

Saturday, 6 April

Argentina 4-2 Great Britain - Estadio Mundialista, Rosario

Sunday, 31 March

United States 1-3 Great Britain - Spooky Nook Sports, Lancaster

Saturday, 23 February

China 2-2 Great Britain (2-3 after shootout) - Wujin Hockey Stadium, Changzhou

Saturday, 16 February

Australia 3-0 Great Britain - Perth Hockey Stadium, Perth

Friday, 8 February

New Zealand 5-1 Great Britain - Nga Puna Wai Hockey Stadium, Christchurch


New Zealand16600102932-318
Great Britain16332102237-1514
United States16131121547-327

Last updated Friday 28, June