2013–14 CERS Cup

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2013–14 CERS Cup
Tournament details
Dates 9 November 2013 – 6 April 2014
Teams 31 (from 8 associations)
Final positions
Champions Spain CE Noia (2nd title)
Runners-up Italy Hockey Breganze
Tournament statistics
Matches played 36
Goals scored 331 (9.19 per match)

The 2013–14 CERS Cup was the 34th season of the CERS Cup, Europe's second club roller hockey competition organized by CERH. Thirty-one teams from eight national associations qualified for the competition as a result of their respective national league placing in the previous season. Following a preliminary phase and two knockout rounds, CE Noia won the tournament at its final four, in Forte dei Marmi, Italy on 5–6 April 2014.[1]

Teams[edit]

Thirty-one teams from eight national associations qualified for the competition.

 Italy  Spain  France   Switzerland  Germany  Portugal  Austria  England

Preliminary phase[edit]

The preliminary phase legs took place on 9 and 23 November 2013.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
US Coutras France 8–10 Italy Hockey Prato 54 5–2 3–8
CP Voltregà Spain 7–8 Italy Bassano Hockey 54 3–3 4–5
RHC Wimmis Switzerland 3–19 Spain Igualada HC 2–7 1–12
Genève RHC Switzerland 8–7 (g.g.) France La Vendéenne 6–3 2–4
Follonica Hockey Italy 26–0 Austria RHC Wolfurt 16–0 10–0
Forte Dei Marmi Italy 23–8 Switzerland Montreux HC 11–2 12–6
IGR Remscheid Germany Forfait[2] England Herne Bay United
RESG Walsum Germany 3–8 Spain CE Lleida 1–3 2–5
Hockey Breganze Italy 10–7 Portugal Candelária SC 6–2 4–5
CE Noia Spain 8–4 France RHC Lyon 4–3 4–1
HC Turquel Portugal 21–3 Germany RSC Darmstadt 15–1 6–2
RHC Uri Switzerland 2–17 Portugal OC Barcelos 1–7 1–10
RHC Dornbirn Austria 4–15 Portugal HC Braga 3–11 1–4
AS Merignac France 14–7 Switzerland RC Biasca 8–2 6–5
RAC Saint-Brieuc France 8–10 Germany RSC Cronenberg 5–6 3–4

Knockout phase[edit]

  Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                         
 Italy Follonica Hockey 4 0 4  
 Portugal HC Turquel 5 1 6  
   Portugal HC Turquel 5 3 8  
   Italy Forte Dei Marmi 3 14 17  
 Spain CE Lleida 4 6 10
 Italy Forte Dei Marmi 5 6 11  
   Italy Forte Dei Marmi 1 P 2  
   Spain CE Noia 1 S 3  
 Italy Bassano Hockey 54 5 12 17  
 France AS Merignac 3 5 8  
   Italy Bassano Hockey 54 3 2 5
   Spain CE Noia 2 8 10  
 Spain CE Noia 4 1 5
 Portugal HC Braga 3 0 3  
   Spain CE Noia 4
   Italy Hockey Breganze 3
 Germany IGR Remscheid 4 3 7  
 Switzerland Genève RHC 5 13 18  
   Switzerland Genève RHC 2 5 7
   Italy Hockey Breganze 8 5 13  
 Portugal OC Barcelos 3 4 7
 Italy Hockey Breganze 5 6 11  
   Italy Hockey Breganze 4 P 7
   Spain Igualada HC 4 S 6  
 Germany RSC Cronenberg 3 1 4  
 Spain CP Vic 3 5 8  
   Spain CP Vic 2 2 4
   Spain Igualada HC 2 4 6  
 Italy Hockey Prato 54 4 2 6
 Spain Igualada HC 3 10 13  

Final-Four[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

5 April
17:30 CET
Breganze Italy 4-4 Spain Igualada
1-1 Sérgio Silva Goal 5.49'
2-1 Mattia Cocco Goal 8.48'
3-1 Mattia Cocco Goal 17.18'
4-2 Gaston de Oro Goal 10.43' (2nd Hf)
0-1 Oriol Vives Goal 4.01'
3-2 Ton Baliu Goal 19.55'
4-3 Jassel Oller Goal 23.27' (2nd Hf)
4-4 Oriol VivesGoal 24.33' (2nd Hf)
  Penalties  
Gaston de Oro Penalty missed
Mattia Cocco Penalty scored
Stefano dal Santo Penalty missed
Claudio Filho "Cacau" Penalty scored
Sérgio Silva Penalty scored
3-2 Penalty missed Sergi Pla
Penalty scored Oriol Vives
Penalty scored Jassel Oller
Penalty missed Ton Baliu
Penalty missed Met Molas
Forte dei Marmi
Referee: Portugal Rui Torres,Portugal Paulo Rainha
5 April
20:00 (CET)
Forte dei Marmi Italy 1-1 Spain Noia
1-0 Verona Goal 24.33' 1-1 Marc Julià Goal 17.55' (2nd Hf)
  Penalties  
Pablo Cancela Penalty missed
Alberto Orlandi Penalty missed
Pedro Gil Penalty missed
Alessandro Verona Penalty missed
Enric Torner Penalty missed
1-2 Penalty scored Eloi Mitjans
Penalty missed Joan Feixas
Penalty missed Francesc Gil
Penalty scored Pau Bargallo
Penalty missed Jordi Del Amor
Forte dei Marmi
Referee: Switzerland Roland Eggimann, France Xavier Bleuzen

Final[edit]

6 April
19:30 (CET)
Breganze Italy 3-4 Spain CE Noia
1-0 Cláudio Filho "Cacau" 5'
2-1 Cláudio Filho "Cacau" 4' 2nd Hf
3-1 Cláudio Filho "Cacau" 5' 2nd Hf
1-1 Joan Feixas 11'
3-2 Aleix Esteller 10' 2nd Hf
3-3 Marc Julia 14' 2nd Hf
3-4 Aleix Esteller 24'2s 2nd Hf
Forte dei Marmi
Referee: Portugal Rui Torres,Portugal Paulo Rainha
Spain CE NOIA (2nd)
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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CERS Cup 2013/2014 season". CERH. Retrieved 15 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "Europa-Cup: IGR zieht Freilos und dann gg. Genf oder La Vendéenne" (in German). IGR Remscheid. 7 September 2013. Retrieved 15 December 2013. 

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