Spain national roller hockey team

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Spain
Spain
Nickname La Roja
Association Real Federación Española de Patinaje
Confederation CERH
Coach Carlos Feriche
Captain Pedro Gil
CIRH ranking 1[1]

Spain national roller hockey team is the national team side of Spain at international roller hockey. It is one of the best teams of the world and has been dominating both the Rink Hockey World Championship and the Rink Hockey European Championship in the last decade. They are the current holders of both titles, won in 2013 and 2012.

The Spain national side is Catalonia based, since roller hockey is specially popular in that Spanish region, although it also has first-class teams in other regions, like Galicia and the Canary Islands.

Spaniard squad - European Championship 2012[edit]

# Player Position Born Club
1 Sergi Fernández GK Calviá, 1985 Spain FC Barcelona
2 Toni Pérez FW Oviedo, 1990 Spain Liceo La Coruña
3 Marc Gual DF Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, 1980 Spain FC Barcelona
4 Marc Torra FW Tordera, 1984 Spain FC Barcelona
5 Romà Bancells DF Maçanet de la Selva, 1985 Spain CP Vic
6 Jordi Bargalló FW Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, 1979 Spain Liceo La Coruña
7 Jordi Adroher DF Reus, 1984 Spain Reus Deportiu
8 Josep Lamas FW Suria, 1981 Spain Liceo La Coruña
9 Pedro Gil FW Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, 1980 Portugal FC Porto
10 Xavier Puigbí GK Voltregá, 1987 Spain CE Noia
Coaching Staff
  • Head Coach: Carlos Feriche

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