2014 CERH European Championship

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2014 CERH European Roller Hockey Championship
Campeonato de Europa de Hockey sobre Patines 2014
(Spanish)
Tournament details
Host country Spain
City Alcobendas
Dates 14–19 July 2014
Teams 6
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Tournament statistics
Matches played 9
Goals scored 67 (7.44 per match)
Top scorer(s) Italy Massimo Tataranni
Spain Jordi Adroher
(4 goals)
2012
2016

The 2014 CERH European Championship is the 51st edition of the CERH European Roller Hockey Championship, a tournament for men's national roller hockey teams organized by CERH that is currently taking place in Alcobendas, Spain.[1]

It began on 14 July and is scheduled to conclude on 19 July, with a single group stage played to determine the winner. It is the eighth time that Spain is hosting the competition, the first being in 1951 (in the city of Barcelona).

The national teams of five countries qualified automatically to participate with the host nation Spain in the final tournament. A total of 15 matches will be played in the Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, situated in Alcobendas.

With the host country, two european champion teams since the first European Championship in 1926 — Italy and Portugal — have entered this competition. Spain are the title holders, having defeated six other nations in the 2012 tournament to win its seventh consecutive and sixteenth overall title.

Standings[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Italy 5 4 1 0 20 13 +7 13
 Spain 5 3 2 0 37 13 +24 11
 Portugal 5 3 1 1 29 13 +16 10
 Germany 5 2 0 3 17 28 –11 6
 France 5 1 0 4 10 20 –10 3
  Switzerland 5 0 0 5 7 33 –26 0

Squads[edit]

 France
No. Player Birth
1 Alan Audelin (GK) 1993
2 Mathieu Le Roux 1991
3 Wilfried Roux 1990
4 Anthony Le Roux 1990
5 Cirilo Garcia 1980
6 Corentin Turluer 1992
7 Coretin Le Podolec 1990
8 Florent David 1990
9 Carlo Di Benedetto 1996
10 Xavier Tanguy (GK) 1992
 Germany
No. Player Birth
1 Patrick Glowka (GK) 1987
2 Lukas Karschau 1993
3 Liam Günther Hages 1990
4 Kai Milewski 1992
5 Kevin Karschau 1990
6 Robin Schulz 1993
7 Jorge Fonseca 1987
8 Sergio Pereira 1988
9 Max Hack 1990
10 Philip Leyer (GK) 1990
 Italy
No. Player Birth
10 Leonardo Barozzi (GK) 1987
2 Davide Motaran 1984
3 Leonardo Squeo 1982
5 Federico Ambrosio 1989
8 Massimo Tataranni 1978
9 Domenico Illuzzi 1989
14 Alessandro Verona 1995
19 Marco Pagnini 1989
29 Mattia Cocco 1984
22 Riccardo Gnata (GK) 1992
 Portugal
No. Player Birth
1 André Girão (GK) 1989
2 Valter Neves 1983
3 Luis Viana 1976
4 Diogo Rafael 1989
5 Hélder Nunes 1994
6 Gonçalo Alves 1993
7 Ricardo Barreiros 1982
8 Jorge Silva 1984
9 João Rodrigues 1990
10 Jorge Correia (GK) 1982
 Spain
No. Player Birth
1 Xavier Malian (GK) 1989
2 Pablo Cancela 1988
3 Marc Gual 1980
4 Jordi Bargalló 1979
5 Xavi Costa 1986
6 Xavi Barroso 1992
7 Jordi Adroher 1984
8 Ton Baliu 1989
9 Pedro Gil 1980
10 Xavier Puigbí (GK) 1987
  Switzerland
No. Player Birth
1 Jean-Pierre Vizio (GK) 1992
2 Kevin Gmür 1990
3 Michel Matter 1989
4 Andrea Grassi 1984
5 Patrik Müller 1990
6 Patrick Greimel 1990
7 Pascal Kissling 1984
8 Joshua Imhof 1989
9 Marzio Vanina 1989
10 Guillaume Oberson (GK) 1986

Matches[edit]

The matches will be played from 14 July 2014 to 19 July 2014.

Matchday 1[edit]

14 July 2014
21:30 CEST (UTC+02)
Spain  9 – 2  Germany
Bargalló 5', 22'
Gil 6'
Barroso 14'
Adroher 23', 28'
Costa 17'
Baliu 25'
Gual 35'
Report Hages 13', 34'
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas
Referee: Xavier Jacquart (France), Roland Eggimann (Switzerland)

15 July 2014
18:30 CEST (UTC+02)
Switzerland   3 – 7  Italy
Kissling 6'
Imhof 15'
Greimel 31'
Report Tataranni 7', 12', 22', 38'
Motaran 18'
Illuzzi 28'
Cocco 34'
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas
Referee: Rui Torres, Miguel Guilherme (Portugal)

15 July 2014
20:00 CEST (UTC+02)
France  1 – 3  Portugal
Di Benedetto 8' Report Viana 16'
Alves 19'
Rafael 22'
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas
Referee: Oscar Valverde, Francisco Garcia (Spain)

Matchday 2[edit]

16 July 2014
18:30 CEST (UTC+02)
Germany  2 – 3  Italy
L. Karschau 4'
K. Karschau 31'
Report Cocco 33'
Motaran 37'
Ambrosio 40'
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas
Referee: Francisco Garcia, Oscar Valverde (Spain)

16 July 2014
20:00 CEST (UTC+02)
Switzerland   0 – 5  Portugal
Report Rodrigues 6'
Silva 13'
Alves 26'
Nunes 28'
Viana 35'
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas
Referee: Frank Schäfer (Germany), Xavier Jacquart (France)

16 July 2014
21:30 CEST (UTC+02)
Spain  7 – 2  France
Costa 14', 18'
Adroher 20', 40'
Baliu 30'
Gil 37', 37'
Report Garcia 12'
David 29'
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas
Referee: Alessandro Eccelsi, Alessandro Da Prato (Italy)

Matchday 3[edit]

17 July 2014
18:30 CEST (UTC+02)
Switzerland   1 – 2  France
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas

17 July 2014
20:00 CEST (UTC+02)
Portugal  13 – 3  Germany
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas

17 July 2014
21:30 CEST (UTC+02)
Spain  2 – 2  Italy
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas

Matchday 4[edit]

18 July 2014
18:30 CEST (UTC+02)
France  1–4  Germany
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas

18 July 2014
20:00 CEST (UTC+02)
Portugal  2–3  Italy
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas

18 July 2014
21:30 CEST (UTC+02)
Switzerland   1–13  Spain
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas

Matchday 5[edit]

19 July 2014
19:00 CEST (UTC+02)
Italy  5 – 4  France
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas

19 July 2014
20:30 CEST (UTC+02)
Switzerland   2 – 6  Germany
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas

19 July 2014
22:00 CEST (UTC+02)
Spain  6 – 6  Portugal
Pabellón Amaya Valdemoro, Alcobendas

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