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17th Asian Games INCHEON 2014 2014.9.19~10.4 D-DAY


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Aquatics

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Event Description

In the field hockey, each team is consisting of 11 players and submits a roster of 16 players. Substitution is possible only after the penalty corner or before the end of the penalty corner. The exception is when a goalkeeper is injured, in which case substitution is allowed without any limitations

There is no overtime during a qualifying game, even when the final score is a draw. During playoffs, up to two overtime periods lasting 7 min 30 sec each will be held, and the game ends with the first goal scored. If the game is still tied after two overtime periods, the two teams will have a penalty shootout.

There are 2 periods in a hockey match, which are 35 min in length, with 5-10 min of break time in between. The teams change sides after the first half. The match starts with a center pass from the center field, and the second half is started by giving the ball to a player on the team that did not have the first possession of the ball in the first half.

 

Depending on the number of participating teams, the event is organized into league, semi-finals, finals, and playoffs.
League (When there are 8 or more participating teams)

Organized into 2 groups (A, B) with (O) number of teams, and full league matches are conducted within each group. Teams of each group play with all opposing teams.

Semi-finals

1stand 2nd ranking teams in each group from the league play the following cross-over match A1 vs. B2, B1 vs. A2.

Finals

Winner of the semi-finals advance to the finals to decide the overall 1st and 2ndteams. Teams that are defeated during the semi-finals play in the 3rdand 4th playoffs.

Playoffs: Playoffs are conducted as follows.

Playoffs for 5th~8thplace: A3 vs. B4, B4 vs. A3.

Winner of this match would play in the 5thand 6thplace playoffs, and the defeated team would play in the 7thand 8th place playoffs

9th ~10th place match:A6 vs. B5.

11th~12th place match:  A6 vs. B6.

Ranking procedure in the event of a draw
  • When two teams or more are tied after the league match, ranking is decided according to the following procedure (3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, 0 point for a loss).
  • Rank is decided by the number of wins by each team.
  • When two teams or more are still tied, it is decided through goal differences(In other words, subtract opponent team’s scores from the team’s score) Goals gained are more significant than goals lost in determining goal differences.
  • When still tied, the number of goals determines the rank.
  • When still tied, the results of the previous match determine the rank.
  • When two teams or more are still tied, the rank is determined through penalty stroke matches (penalty shootout).
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