2012–13 CERH European League

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2012–13 CERH European League
Tournament details
Dates 10 November 2012 – 2 June 2013
Teams 16 (from 6 associations)
Final positions
Champions Portugal Benfica (1st title)
Runners-up Portugal FC Porto
Tournament statistics
Matches played 59
Goals scored 497 (8.42 per match)

The 2012–13 CERH European League was the 48th season of Europe's premier club roller hockey competition organized by CERH, the 16th season since it was renamed from Champions League to European League. Sixteen teams from six nationall associations qualified to the competition as a result of their respective national league placing in the previous season. Following a group stage and a knockout round, the four best teams contested a final four tournament to decide the competition winners, which took place in the venue of one the teams.

The 2012–13 CERH European League final four took place in Porto, Portugal, at the Dragão Caixa, home of FC Porto, who qualified for this round together with Benfica (Portugal), FC Barcelona (Spain) and Valdagno (Italy). In the first all-Portuguese final, Benfica defeated the hosts FC Porto by 6–5 with a golden goal in extra-time, and secured their first European League title.

Teams[edit]

Sixteen teams from six national associations qualified for the 2012–13 CERH European League as a result of their placing in their respective national leagues. The number of berths allocated to each national association was dependent on the association's ranking coefficient.

Country Team Qualified as
 Spain Liceo Winner of 2011–12 CERH European League
 Spain FC Barcelona 1st in 2011–12 OK Liga
 Spain Noia 3rd in 2011–12 OK Liga
 Spain Igualada 4th in 2011–12 OK Liga
 Spain Reus 5th in 2011–12 OK Liga
 Portugal Benfica 1st in 2011–12 1ª Divisão
 Portugal FC Porto 2nd in 2011–12 1ª Divisão
 Portugal Candelária 3rd in 2011–12 1ª Divisão
 Portugal Oliveirense 4th in 2011–12 1ª Divisão
 Italy Valdagno 1st in 2011–12 Serie A1
 Italy Viareggio 2nd in 2011–12 Serie A1
 Italy Amatori Lodi 3rd in 2011–12 Serie A1
 France Dinan Quévert 1st in 2011–12 Nationale 1
 France Saint Omer 2nd in 2011–12 Nationale 1
 Germany Cronenberg 1st in 2011–12 Bundesliga
  Switzerland Genève 3rd in 2011–12 LNA[1]

Tournament[edit]

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA Diff Pts
1. Spain FC Barcelona 6 4 2 0 19 11 +8 14
2. Spain Igualada 6 3 1 2 18 15 +3 10
3. Portugal Candelária 6 1 2 3 15 18 −3 5
4. France Dinan Quévert 6 1 1 4 18 26 −8 4
  BAR CAN IGU QUE
FC Barcelona 5–3 1–1 4–1
Candelária SC 3–3 3–1 1–3
Igualada HC 0–1 3–2 7–4
HC Quévert 2–5 3–3 4–6

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA Diff Pts
1. Portugal FC Porto 6 4 1 1 34 23 +11 13
2. Spain Noia 6 3 1 2 17 15 +2 10
3. Italy Amatori Lodi 6 2 2 2 28 24 +4 8
4. France Saint Omer 6 0 2 4 19 36 −17 2
  FCP NOI LOD STO
FC Porto 6–4 6–6 8–4
CE Noia 4–2 5–3 2–2
Amatori Lodi 2–4 1–0 10–3
Saint Omer 3–8 1–2 6–6

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA Diff Pts
1. Portugal Benfica 6 4 1 1 35 17 +18 13
2. Spain Reus 6 4 0 2 32 26 +6 12
3. Italy Viareggio 6 3 1 2 34 25 +9 10
4. Germany Cronenberg 6 0 0 6 17 50 −33 0
  REU SLB VIA CRO
Réus Deportiu 4–3 7–4 11–3
SL Benfica 7–1 4–4 12–3
CGC Viareggio 8–3 2–4 7–3
CSC Cronenberg 1–6 3–5 4–9

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA Diff Pts
1. Italy Valdagno 6 5 1 0 40 22 +18 16
2. Spain Liceo 6 3 1 2 33 26 +7 10
3. Portugal Oliveirense 6 3 0 3 37 32 +5 9
4. Switzerland Genève 6 0 0 6 18 48 −30 0
  LIC OLI VAL GEN
HC Liceo Coruña 6–3 4–4 8–2
UD Oliveirense 6–5 6–10 11–2
Hockey Valdagno 7–3 5–3 7–5
Genéve RHC 4–7 4–8 1–7

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Liceo Spain 5–7 Spain FC Barcelona 2–2 3–5
Noia Spain 3–10 Portugal Benfica 3–3 0–7
Reus Spain 7–8 Portugal FC Porto 3–2 4–6
Igualada Spain 2–6 Italy Valdagno 2–3 0–3

Final four[edit]

The final-four round was played at Porto's ground, the Dragão Caixa arena, after CERH approved unanimously their bid over those of Valdagno and Benfica, on 16 May 2013.[2]

Semi-finals Final
1 June – 15:00 (GMT)
 Portugal Benfica 4 (2)  
 Spain FC Barcelona 4 (1)  
 
2 June – 17:00 (GMT)
     Portugal Benfica 6
   Portugal FC Porto 5
1 June – 18:00 (GMT)
 Portugal FC Porto 9
 Italy Valdagno 7  

Semi-finals[edit]

1 June
15:00 (GMT)
FC Barcelona Spain 4–4 (a.e.t.) Portugal Benfica
1–1 Pablo Alvarez 22' 1st Hf
2–1 Sergi Panadero 22' 1st Hf
3–2 Marc Torra LD 10th Flt 11' 2nd Hf
4–3 Sergi Miras 17' 2nd Hf
0–1 João Rodrigues 3' 1st Hf
2–2 Luís Viana GP 1' 2nd Hf
3–3 Luís Viana GP 1' 2nd Hf
4–4 Carlos Lopez 24'17"' 2nd Hf
  Penalties  
Sergi Miras Penalty missed
Reinaldo Garcia Penalty missed
HM Ordeig Penalty scored
Marc Torra Penalty missed
Marc Gual Penalty missed
1–2 Penalty scored Esteban Ábalos
Penalty missed Diogo Rafael
Penalty scored Marc Coy
Penalty missed João Rodrigues
Dragão Caixa, Porto
Attendance: 1,526
Referee: Alessandro Eccelsi, Alessandro Da Prato (Italy)
1 June
18:00 (GMT)
FC Porto Portugal 9–7 Italy Valdagno
1–0 Ricardo Barreiros 5' 1st Hf
2–0 Reinaldo Ventura GP 9' 1st Hf
3–2 Hélder Nunes LD 10th Flt 21' 1st Hf
4–2 Pedro Moreira 1' 2nd Hf
5–5 Ricardo Barreiros 9' 2nd Hf
6–6 Caio 17' 2nd Hf
7–7 Ricardo Barreiros GP 20' 2nd Hf
8–7 Caio 21' 2nd Hf
9–7 Hélder Nunes 22' 2nd Hf
2–1 Pedro Gil 9' 1st Hf
2–2 Carlos Nicolia LD 10th Flt 15' 1st Hf
4–3 Sérgio Silva 1' 2nd Hf
4–4 Sérgio Silva GP 3' 2nd Hf
4–5 Eddy Randon 8' 2nd Hf
5–6 Pedro Gil 13' 2nd Hf
5–7 Carlos Nicolia LD 15th Flt 18' 2nd Hf
Dragão Caixa, Porto
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Oscar Valverde Munuera, F. Jorge Garcia Romero (Spain)

Final[edit]

2 June
17:00 (GMT)
Benfica Portugal 6–5 (a.e.t.) Portugal FC Porto
2–1 Cacau LD Blue 8' 1st Hf
3–2 Luís Viana GP 11' 1st Hf
3–3 Diogo Rafael 19' 1st Hf
4–4 Marc Coy 5' 2nd Hf
5–4 Luís Viana GP 15' 2nd Hf
6–5 Diogo Rafael 2' et (golden goal)
1–0 Jorge Silva 2' 1st Hf
2–0 Reinaldo Ventura GP 7' 1st Hf
3–1 Reinaldo Ventura 9' 1st Hf
4–3 Hélder Nunes 22' 1st Hf
5–5 Reinaldo Ventura LD 19' 2nd Hf
Dragão Caixa, Porto
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Oscar Valverde Munuera, F. Jorge Garcia Romero (Spain)
2012–13 CERH European League winners
Portugal
Benfica
First title

References[edit]

  1. ^ The teams that had played the final of playoff, RHC Friedlingen and RSV Weil, come from Germany, so can't play European League as Swiss clubs.
  2. ^ "F.C. Porto will host the Euroleague Final Four". CERH.eu. Comité Européen de Rink-Hockey. 16 May 2013. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 

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