The Netherlands

The Netherlands, who secured a 6-1 win over Germany in 2015, are defending their European title in the Wagener stadium. The Dutch team has participated in every EuroHockey Championships so far and won medals in all but one. At home the team will want to make up for Rio when they lost out on the bronze in a shootout with Germany.

These are the players selected by head coach Max Caldas:

European Championships medals

  • 4
    Gold medals
  • 7
    Silver medals
  • 3
    Bronze medals

Captain
Seve van Ass

Players

Jonas de Geus

  • Position: Midfielder
  • Number: 6
  • Age: 19

Jorrit Croon

  • Position: Striker
  • Number: 7
  • Age: 19

Billy Bakker

  • Position: Striker
  • Number: 8
  • Age: 28

Seve van Ass

  • Position: Striker
  • Number: 9
  • Age: 25

Valentin Verga

  • Position: Striker
  • Number: 10
  • Age: 27

Glenn Schuurman

  • Position: Defender
  • Number: 11
  • Age: 26

Sander de Wijn

  • Position: Defender
  • Number: 12
  • Age: 27

Sander Baart

  • Position: Defender
  • Number: 13
  • Age: 29

Robbert Kemperman

  • Position: Middenvelder
  • Number: 14
  • Age: 27

Mirco Pruyser

  • Position: Striker
  • Number: 16
  • Age: 28

Bjorn Kellerman

  • Position: Striker
  • Number: 18
  • Age: 27

Bob de Voogd

  • Position: Midfielder
  • Number: 19
  • Age: 28

Joep de Mol

  • Position: Defender
  • Number: 23
  • Age: 21

Thierry Brinkman

  • Position: Striker
  • Number: 25
  • Age: 22

Pirmin Blaak

  • Position: Goalkeeper
  • Number: 26
  • Age: 29

Floris Wortelboer

  • Position: Defender
  • Number: 28
  • Age: 21

Mink van der Weerden

  • Position: Defender
  • Number: 30
  • Age: 28

Sam van der Ven

  • Position: Goalkeeper
  • Number: 32
  • Age: 27

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