2013–14 OK Liga

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2013–14 OK Liga
League OK Liga
Sport Roller hockey
Duration 11 October, 2013–7 June, 2014
League champions FC Barcelona
Runners-up Coinasa Liceo
Top scorer Pablo Álvarez, 56 goals
Relegated to Primera División Lloret, Muralla Òptica Blanes & Vilanova
OK Liga seasons
2014–15 →

The 2013–14 season of the OK Liga was the 45th season of top-tier rink hockey in Spain.

FC Barcelona returned to win the championship after a one-year hiatus. It was the twenty-fifth title of its history.

Teams[edit]

2013–14 OK Liga is located in Spain
Liceo
Liceo
Cerceda
Cerceda
OK Liga 2013–14 teams
2013–14 OK Liga is located in Catalonia
FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona
Vendrell
Vendrell
Reus
Reus
Vic
Vic
Noia
Noia
Lleida
Lleida
Voltregà
Voltregà
Igualada
Igualada
Lloret
Lloret
Vilanova
Vilanova
Blanes
Blanes
Calafell
Calafell
Vilafranca
Vilafranca
Tordera
Tordera
Catalonia
Team Arena Capacity City/Area
Coinasa Liceo Pazo dos Deportes 5,000 A Coruña, Galicia
FC Barcelona Palau Blaugrana 7,585 Barcelona
Moritz Vendrell Pavelló Municipal 308 El Vendrell
Reus Deportiu Palau d'Esports 2,500 Reus
Vic Pavelló Olímpic 3,000 Vic
Noia Freixenet Pavelló Olímpic 1,500 Sant Sadurní d'Anoia
ICG Software Lleida Onze de Setembre 2,200 Lleida
Voltregà Victorià Oliveras de la Riva 1,000 Sant Hipòlit de Voltregà
Monbús Igualada Les Comes 3,000 Igualada
Lloret Pavelló Municipal 1,140 Lloret de Mar
Vilanova Pavelló d'Esports 860 Vilanova i la Geltrú
Muralla Òptica Blanes Pavelló Municipal 700 Blanes
Calafell Tot l'Any Joan Ortoll 600 Calafell
Cerceda Presidente González Laxe 500 Cerceda, Galicia
Tordera Pavelló Parroquial 800 Tordera
Vilafranca Capital del Vi Pavelló d'Hoquei 1,000 Vilafranca del Penedès

Standings[edit]

[1]

Team P W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 FC Barcelona 30 27 1 2 207 66 141 82
2 Coinasa Liceo 30 23 3 4 167 81 86 72
3 Vic 30 19 4 7 116 81 35 61
4 Reus Deportiu 30 16 5 9 147 117 30 53
5 Moritz Vendrell 30 15 4 11 130 116 14 49
6 Noia Freixenet 30 13 6 11 111 100 11 45
7 Monbús Igualada 30 14 3 13 95 105 −10 45
8 Calafell Tot l'Any 30 13 5 12 112 115 −3 44
9 Cerceda 30 12 7 11 121 118 3 43
10 Voltregà 30 11 8 11 107 97 10 41
11 Vilafranca Capital del Vi 30 11 5 14 112 107 5 38
12 Tordera 30 10 2 18 85 126 −41 32
13 ICG Software Lleida 30 9 4 17 90 118 −28 31
14 Lloret 30 8 5 17 93 121 −28 29
15 Muralla Òptica Blanes 30 7 2 21 72 130 −58 23
16 Vilanova 30 0 0 30 74 241 −167 0
European League
CERS Cup
Relegated
2013–14 OK Liga winners
Catalonia
FC Barcelona
Twenty-fifth title

Top goal scorers[edit]

[2]

Player Goals Team
Argentina Pablo Álvarez 56 FC Barcelona
Argentina Lucas Ordóñez 54 Coinasa Liceo
Spain Jordi Adroher 48 Reus Deportiu
Spain Marc Torra 44 FC Barcelona
Spain Sergio Miras 38 Moritz Vendrell

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