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Malaysia men's national field hockey team

Nickname Malaysian Hockey Tigers
Association Malaysian Hockey Confederation
(Konfederasi Hoki Malaysia)
Confederation ASHF (Asia)
Coach Tai Beng Hai
Manager George Koshy
Captain Azlan Misron
FIH ranking 12
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The Malaysia national field hockey team is Malaysia's representative in field hockey tournaments around the world. In the usual course of things, the team is made up of the best field hockey players in Malaysia. As of 10 December 2012, the team is ranked 13th in the world, and 4th in Asia, by the International Hockey Federation.[1] The governing body for the sports is the Malaysian Hockey Confederation.

Malaysia vs. India at the 2010 Commonwealth Games on Delhi.


  • Competition history 1
    • Hockey World Cup 1.1
    • Summer Olympics 1.2
    • World League 1.3
    • Champions Trophy 1.4
    • Champions Challenge 1.5
    • Champions Challenge II 1.6
    • Commonwealth Games 1.7
    • Asian Games 1.8
    • Hockey Asia Cup 1.9
    • Asian Champions Trophy 1.10
    • Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 1.11
    • Hockey Asean Cup 1.12
    • Southeast Asian Games 1.13
  • Fixture and results 2
    • Senior Team 2.1
  • Players 3
    • Current squad 3.1
    • Past squads 3.2
    • Records 3.3
  • Notable former players 4
  • Coaches 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

Competition history

A red box around the year indicates tournaments played within Malaysia

Fixture and results

      Win       Draw       Lose

Senior Team


Current squad

Roster for the 2015 Men's World Hockey League. Head coach: Tai beng Hai

No. Player Pos. Age
1 Roslan Jamaluddin GK 35
6 Marhan Jalil MF 24
7 Fitri Saari MF 21
9 Haziq Shamsul FW 21
10 Faizal Saari FW 23
11 Shahrun Nabil MF 28
12 Sukri Mutalib DF 28
13 Firhan Ashaari FW 21
14 Azlan Misron (c) DF 31
No. Player Pos. Age
15 Nabil Fiqri MF 27
16 Kumar Subramaniam GK 34
17 Razie Rahim DF 26
18 Faiz Helmi MF 22
23 Tengku Ahmad Tajuddin FW 28
26 Shahril Saabah FW 20
28 Meor Azuan MF 21
30 Izad Jamaluddin DF 20
31 Baljit Singh FW 30

Past squads

  • 2013 World League Semifinals players list.[2]
  • 22nd Sultan Azlan Shah Cup players list.[3]


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