2013–14 CERH Women's European Cup

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2013–14 2013-14 CERH Women's European League
Tournament details
Dates 14 December 2013 – 16 March 2014
Teams 16 (from 7 associations)
Final positions
Champions Spain CP Alcorcón (1st title)
Runners-up France CS Noisy le Grand
Tournament statistics
Matches played 23
Goals scored 202 (8.78 per match)

The 2013–14 CERH Women's European League was the 8th season of Europe's premier female club roller hockey competition organized by CERH. Sixteen teams from seven nationall associations qualified to the competition as a result of their respective national league placing in the previous season. Following several knockout rounds, the four best teams contested a final four tournament won by CP Alcorcón, which took place in Coutras.[1]

Contesting Teams[edit]

2013-14 Women's European League
Spain CP Voltregà Spain Girona CH Spain Gijón Solimar Spain CP Alcorcón
France US Coutras France CS Noisy le Grand France ASTA Nantes
Switzerland RHC Diessbach Switzerland Vordemwald Switzerland RSC Uttigen
Germany ERG Iserlohn Germany TUS Düsseldorf
England Ely RHC England Bury RHC
Italy Bassano
Portugal SL Benfica

Knockout Stage[edit]

  Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                         
 France CS Noisy le Grand 16 19 35  
 England Bury RHC 0 2 2  
   France CS Noisy le Grand 3 3 6  
   Spain Gijón Solimar 2 3 5  
 Spain Gijón Solimar 12 4 16
 France ASTA Nantes 0 1 1  
   France CS Noisy le Grand 4 G 4  
   Spain CP Voltregà 3 P 3  
 Spain CP Voltregà 8 10 18  
 Switzerland Vordemwald 1 1 2  
   Spain CP Voltregà 16 9 25
   England Ely RHC 0 0 0  
 Spain Girona CH 9 F
 England Ely RHC 0 C 10  
   France CS Noisy le Grand 3
   Spain CP Alcorcón 4
 Germany ERG Iserlohn 10 7 17  
 Switzerland RSC Uttigen 3 1 4  
   Germany ERG Iserlohn 1 2 3
   Spain CP Alcorcón 4 4 8  
 Spain CP Alcorcón F
 Portugal SL Benfica C  
   Spain CP Alcorcón 2
   France US Coutras 1  
 Switzerland RHC Diessbach 2 2 4  
 Italy Bassano 0 9 9  
   Italy Bassano 1 2 2
   France US Coutras 4 6 10  
 France US Coutras F
 Germany TUS Dusseldorf C  

Final four[edit]

The final-four round was played at US Coutras's ground, the Patinoire Milou Ducourtioux, Coutras, in France between the days 15 and 16 of March 2014.[2]

Semi-finals Final
15 March - Coutras
 France CS Noisy le Grand  4 (G)  
 Spain CP Voltregà  3(P)  
 
16 March - Coutras
     France CS Noisy le Grand  3
   Spain CP Alcorcón  4
Third place
15 March - Coutras 16 March - Coutras
 Spain CP Alcorcón  2  Spain CP Voltregà  4
 France US Coutras  1    France US Coutras  5

Semi-finals[edit]

15 March
16:00 (UTC+01:00)
CS Noisy le Grand France 4-3 (a.e.t.) Spain CP Voltregà
Patinoire Milou Ducourtioux, Coutras
Referee: Fermi, Rotelli (Italy)

15 March
18:00 (UTC+01:00)
CP Alcorcón Spain 2-1 France US Coutras
Patinoire Milou Ducourtioux, Coutras
Referee: Eggiman, Schneider (Switzerland)

Relegation match[edit]

16 March
11:00 (UTC+01:00)
CP Voltregà Spain 4-5 France US Coutras
Patinoire Milou Ducourtioux, Coutras
Referee: Rotelli (Italy), Schneider (Switzerland)

Final[edit]

16 March
15:00 (UTC+01:00)
CS Noisy le Grand France 3-4 Spain CP Alcorcón
Patinoire Milou Ducourtioux, Coutras
Referee: Ventura, Guilherme (Portugal)
2013–14 CERH Women European League winners
Spain
CP Alcorcón
First title

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Competition format at CERH website
  2. ^ "The french city of Coutras will host the Final Four of the Women's Cup". CERH.eu. Comité Européen de Rink-Hockey. 5 March 2014. Retrieved 13 March 2014. 

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