2014 EuroHockey Club Champions Cup (women)

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2014 EuroHockey Club Champions Cup
Tournament details
Host country Netherlands
City 's-Hertogenbosch
Dates 18–21 April
Teams 8
Venue(s) 1
Top three teams
Champions Amsterdam H&BC (13th title)
Runner-up HC Den Bosch
Third place Uhlenhorster HC
Tournament statistics
Matches played 12
Goals scored 56 (4.67 per match)
Top scorer(s) Eva de Goede (5 goals)
Best player Lidewij Welten

The 2014 EuroHockey Club Champions Cup is the 42nd edition of the premier European competition for women's field hockey clubs. It will be played in 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands between 18 April and 21 April 2014. There will not be a round-robin. The eight teams will be placed in the bracket starting from the quarter-finals. Winning teams will advance to the semi-finals and losing teams will play placement matches.[1] Host team HC Den Bosch was the defending champion. Dutch teams dominated the tournament. In the final Amsterdam H&BC met the hosts. Normal time ended 2 – 2 and the winner was decided in a shoot-out. Amsterdam H&BC won 3 – 0.[2] Uhlenhorster HC took third place by defeating Real Sociedad in the bronze match 1 – 1 (4 – 2)p.[3]

Champions Cup[edit]

Fifth place Crossover Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                   
 18 April 2014
 21 April 2014  19 April 2014  Netherlands Amsterdam H&BC  9  20 April 2014  21 April 2014
 Azerbaijan Atasport  0
 Azerbaijan Atasport  1  Netherlands Amsterdam H&BC  3
 18 April 2014
 England Reading HC  3  Germany Uhlenhorster HC  1
 England Reading HC  2 (2)
 Germany Uhlenhorster HC (p.s.o.)  2 (3)
 England Reading HC  4  Netherlands Amsterdam H&BC (p.s.o.)  2 (3)
 18 April 2014
 Germany Berliner HC  0  Netherlands HC Den Bosch  2 (0)
 Germany Berliner HC  0
 19 April 2014  20 April 2014
 Spain Real Sociedad  1
Seventh place  Germany Berliner HC (p.s.o.)  1 (1)  Spain Real Sociedad  0 Third place
 18 April 2014
 Republic of Ireland Railway Union HC  1 (0)  Netherlands HC Den Bosch  8
 Azerbaijan Atasport  2  Republic of Ireland Railway Union HC  0  Germany Uhlenhorster HC (p.s.o.)  1 (4)
 Republic of Ireland Railway Union HC  5  Netherlands HC Den Bosch  7  Spain Real Sociedad  1 (2)
 21 April 2014  21 April 2014

Quarter-finals[edit]

18 April 2014
09:30
Amsterdam H&BC Netherlands 9 – 0 Azerbaijan Atasport
de Goede Goal 2'6'
Hoog Goal 8'
Mikdad Goal 19'
Vega Goal 28'40'
Holleman Goal 44'
Jonker Goal 52'
van Male Goal 69'
Report
Umpires:
Elena Eskina (RUS)
Alison Keogh(IRE)

18 April 2014
12:00
Reading HC England 1 – 1 Germany Uhlenhorster HC
Gilbert Goal 58' Report Tahal Goal 70'
Penalties
Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke missed
Gilbert Penalty stroke scored
Penalty stroke missed
K. Richardson-Walsh Penalty stroke scored
2 – 3 Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke scored Tahal
Penalty stroke scoredMävers
Penalty stroke scored Hillmann
Umpires:
Caroline Brunekreef (NED)
Claire Adenot (FRA)

18 April 2014
14:30
Berliner HC Germany 0 – 1 Spain Real Sociedad
Report Marana Goal 25'
Umpires:
Frances Block (ENG)
Claire Druijts (NED)

18 April 2014
17:00
Railway Union HC Republic of Ireland 0 – 7 Netherlands HC Den Bosch
Report Welten Goal 2'
Vorstenbosch Goal 3'14'
Krekelaar Goal 39'
Keetels Goal 52'
Matla Goal 63'
Mol Goal 67'
Umpires:
Sadaat Zakiyeva (AZE)
Michelle Meister (GER)

Fifth to eighth place classification[edit]

Crossover[edit]

19 April 2014
14:30
Atasport Azerbaijan 1 – 3 England Reading HC
Tsiganska Goal 48' Report Danson Goal 6'
Hunt Goal 31'
Wilkinson Goal 70'
Umpires:
Alison Keogh (IRE)
Gabrielle Schmitz (GER)

19 April 2014
17:00
Berliner HC Germany 1 – 1 Republic of Ireland Railway Union HC
Schnitzer Goal 31' Report McDonnell Goal 34'
Penalties
Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke missed
Wieske Penalty stroke scored
1 – 0 Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke missed
Umpires:
Caroline Brunekreef (NED)
Sarah Wilson (SCO)

Seventh and eighth place[edit]

21 April 2014
09:30
Atasport Azerbaijan 2 – 5 Republic of Ireland Railway Union HC
Tsiganska Goal 44'
Aliyeva Goal 55'
Report Dooley Goal 7'36'
Dillon Goal 25'
Lloyd Goal 62'64'
Umpires:
Michelle Meister (GER)
Gabrielle Schmitz (GER)

Fifth and sixth place[edit]

21 April 2014
12:00
Reading HC England 4 – 0 Germany Berliner HC
Halle Goal 25'
Cockburn Goal 29'
Wilkinson Goal 49'
Smith Goal 61'
Report
Umpires:
Claire Druijts (NED)
Alison Keogh(IRE)

First to fourth place classification[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

20 April 2014
14:30
Amsterdam H&BC Netherlands 3 – 1 Germany Uhlenhorster HC
Jonker Goal 41'
de Goede Goal 46'51'
Report Altenburg Goal 8'
Umpires:
Sarah Wilson (SCO)
Frances Block (ENG)

20 April 2014
17:00
Real Sociedad Spain 0 – 8 Netherlands HC Den Bosch
Report Goderie Goal 2'
Paumen Goal 27'38'49'
Welten Goal 35'57'
Mol Goal 53'
Vorstenbosch Goal 65'
Umpires:
Michelle Meister (GER)
Claire Adenot (FRA)

Third place[edit]

21 April 2014
14:30
Uhlenhorster HC Germany 1 – 1 Spain Real Sociedad
Hillmannn Goal 55' Report Guajardo Goal 33'
Penalties
Penalty stroke scored
Penalty stroke scored
Penalty stroke scored
Penalty stroke scored
4 – 2 Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke scored
Penalty stroke scored
Penalty stroke missed
Umpires:
Caroline Brunekreef (NED)
Sadaat Zakiyeva (AZE)

Final[edit]

21 April 2014
17:00
Amsterdam H&BC Netherlands 2 – 2 Netherlands HC Den Bosch
de Goede Goal 44'
Jonker Goal 59'
Report Paumen Goal 5'
Welten Goal 43'
Penalties
Penalty stroke scored
Penalty stroke scored
Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke scored
3 – 0 Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke missed
Penalty stroke missed
Umpires:
Frances Block (ENG)
Claire Adenot (FRA)

Statistics[edit]

Final ranking[edit]

  1. Netherlands Amsterdam H&CB
  2. Netherlands HC Den Bosch
  3. Germany Uhlenhorster HC
  4. Spain Real Sociedad
  5. England Reading HC
  6. Germany Berliner HC
  7. Republic of Ireland Railway Union HC
  8. Azerbaijan Atasport

Awards[edit]

Individual player awards:[4]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Team Goals
1 Netherlands Eva de Goede Netherlands Amsterdam H&BC 5
2 Netherlands Maartje Paumen Netherlands HC Den Bosch 4
Netherlands Lidewij Welten Netherlands HC Den Bosch 4
3 Netherlands Kelly Jonker Netherlands Amsterdam H&BC 3
Netherlands Vera Vorstenbosch Netherlands HC Den Bosch 3
4 Republic of Ireland Sinead Dooley Republic of Ireland Railway Union HC 2
Republic of Ireland Kate Lloyd Republic of Ireland Railway Union HC 2
Netherlands Sabine Mol Netherlands HC Den Bosch 2
Azerbaijan Anastasiya Tsiganska Azerbaijan Atasport 2
Netherlands Charlotte Vega Netherlands Amsterdam H&BC 2
England Leah Wilkinson England Reading HC 2

References[edit]

External links[edit]