The Netherlands have qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after winning the Women's EuroHockey Nations Championship in Antwerp.
Kelly Jonker and Lidewij Welten both got on the scoresheet at the Wilrijkse Plein, with the Dutch side defeating Germany 2-0.
In doing so, they successfully retained their title from 2017, having also triumphed in 2011, 2009, 2005, 2003, 1999, 1995, 1987 and 1984.
"It was a fantastic tournament, well organised by everyone," said Netherlands coach Alyson Annan.
"It was a real pleasure to play on this platform so we are really happy.”
Spain took the bronze medal after a narrow penalty shootout victory.
They triumphed 3-2 after drawing 1-1 with England in normal time.
The Netherlands will join Argentina, Japan and South Africa in Tokyo, with all three teams already qualified.
Eight Olympic places are still available.
Russia and Belarus were both relegated from the Women's EuroHockey Nations Championship, having finished seventh and eighth.