Blanes HCF

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Muralla Òptica Blanes
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Full name Blanes Hoquei Club Fundació
Founded 1961
Chairman Josep Ridaura
Manager Ramón Benito
Home Ground Pavelló Municipal,
Blanes, Catalonia
(Capacity 1,400)
League Primera División
Season 2013–14
Position OK Liga, 15th – relegated
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Blanes Hoquei Club Fundació or just Muralla Òptica Blanes is a professional roller hockey team based in Blanes, Catalonia. Nowadays it plays in the Primera División, the second division in Spain. Its major successes to date are winning the 2001 Copa del Rey and reaching the final of the 2010 CERS Cup, lost to Liceo La Coruña.

History[edit]

Blanes HCF held since 2004 the international roller hockey tournament named Golden Cup, that has won twice (2006 and 2007).[1]

Trophies[edit]

Squad 2012–13[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "El Blanes s'emporta la Grup Tarradellas Cup per segon any consecutiu" (in Catalan). EsportiuDigital. 3 June 2007. 

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