CERH Cup Winners' Cup

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CERH Cup Winners' Cup
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Founded 1976
Abolished 1996
Region Europe (CERH)
Last champions Spain HC Liceo La Coruña (2nd title)
Most successful team(s) Portugal AD Oeiras
Italy Roller Monza
Portugal Sporting CP
(3 titles)

The CERH Cup Winners' Cup was an european club roller hockey competition, organised annually by the Comité Européen de Rink-Hockey, for domestic cup winners in each country. Created in 1976, it was merged with the European Cup in 1996 to form the CERH Champions League (actually the CERH European League). HC Liceo La Coruña were the competition's last winners.

The most successful teams in the competition were Sporting CP (from Portugal), AD Oeiras (also from Portugal) and Roller Monza (from Italy), with three wins apiece.

Finals[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up Scores
1976–77 Portugal AD Oeiras Spain CE Arenys de Munt 2–4 / 4–2 (1–0 pso)
1977–78 Portugal AD Oeiras Spain CP Voltregà 3–2 / 3–3
1978–79 Portugal AD Oeiras Spain CP Voltregà 10–1 / 3–6
1979–80 Italy AFP Giovinazzo Spain HC Sentmenat 4–11 / 11–4 (3–0 pso)
1980–81 Portugal Sporting CP Spain CP Cibeles 1–4 / 5–2 (2–0 pso)
1981–82 Portugal FC Porto Portugal Sporting CP 13–4 / 7–8
1982–83 Portugal FC Porto Portugal SL Benfica 2–2 / 6–5
1983–84 Spain Reus Deportiu Portugal SL Benfica 6–4 / 4–5
1984–85 Portugal Sporting CP Germany RESG Walsum 1–1 / 8–4
1985–86 Portugal AD Sanjoanense Portugal Sporting CP 3–3 / 9–6
1986–87 Spain FC Barcelona Italy Hockey Novara 5–3 / 3–4
1987–88 Spain AA Noia Italy Amatori Lodi 11–5 / 8–4
1988–89 Italy Roller Monza Portugal FC Porto 7–3 / 3–6
1989–90 Spain HC Liceo La Coruña Belgium RH Rolta Louvain 9–2 / 22–1
1990–91 Portugal Sporting CP Italy Hockey Novara 7–6 / 5–2
1991–92 Italy Roller Monza Spain CP Voltregà 3–3 / 6–5
1992–93 Portugal OC Barcelos Switzerland SC Thunerstern 8–0 / 6–3
1993–94 Italy Amatori Lodi Spain CP Voltregà 4–3 / 6–2
1994–95 Italy Roller Monza Italy Amatori Lodi 6–1 / 4–3
1995–96 Spain HC Liceo La Coruña Italy Amatori Lodi 2–5 / 5–2 (2–1 pso)

Performances[edit]

By team[edit]

Team Wins Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Portugal Sporting CP 3 2 1981, 1985, 1991 1982, 1986
Portugal AD Oeiras 3 0 1977, 1978, 1979
Italy Roller Monza 3 0 1989, 1992, 1995
Portugal FC Porto 2 1 1982, 1983 1989
Spain HC Liceo La Coruña 2 0 1990, 1996
Italy Amatori Lodi 1 3 1994 1988, 1995, 1996
Italy AFP Giovinazzo 1 0 1980
Spain Reus Deportiu 1 0 1984
Portugal AD Sanjoanense 1 0 1986
Spain FC Barcelona 1 0 1987
Spain AA Noia 1 0 1988
Portugal OC Barcelos 1 0 1993
Spain CP Voltregà 0 4 1978, 1979, 1992, 1994
Portugal SL Benfica 0 2 1983, 1984
Italy Hockey Novara 0 2 1987, 1991
Spain CE Arenys de Munt 0 1 1977
Spain HC Sentmenat 0 1 1980
Spain CP Cibeles 0 1 1981
Germany RESG Walsum 0 1 1985
Belgium RH Rolta Louvain 0 1 1990
Switzerland SC Thunerstern 0 1 1993

By country[edit]

Country Wins Winning clubs Runners-up Losing clubs
 Portugal 10 AD Oeiras (3), Sporting CP (3), FC Porto (2), AD Sanjoanense (1), OC Barcelos (1) 5 Sporting CP (2), Benfica (2), FC Porto (1)
 Spain 5 HC Liceo La Coruña (2), Reus Deportiu (1), FC Barcelona (1), AA Noia (1) 7 CP Voltregà (4), CE Arenys de Munt (1), HC Sentmenat (1), Cibeles Oviedo (1)
 Italy 5 Roller Monza (3), AFP Giovinazzo (1), Amatori Lodi (1) 5 Amatori Lodi (3), Hockey Novara (2)
 Germany 0 1 RESG Walsum (1)
 Belgium 0 1 RH Rolta Louvain (1)
  Switzerland 0 1 SC Thunerstern (1)

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