2001 Women's Hockey World Cup Qualifier

The 2001 Women's Hockey World Cup Qualifier was the 10th edition of the Women's Hockey World Cup qualification tournament. It was held between 17–30 September 2001 in Amiens and Abbeville, France. The six highest placed teams would earn a berth to play in the 2002 Women's Hockey World Cup, to be held in Perth, Australia.

England won the tournament after defeating Russia 4–0 in the final. Alongside with Ukraine, Japan, Ireland and Scotland, these six teams qualified for the World Cup.

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