2003–04 OK Liga

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2003–04 OK Liga
League OK Liga
Sport Roller hockey
League champions Barcelona Excelent
Runners-up Barna Work Igualada
Relegated to Primera División Cibeles Deasa
Alcobendas
Tordera
OK Liga seasons

The 2003–04 OK Liga was the 35th season of the top-tier league of rink hockey in Spain.

Barcelona Excelent finished the league as champion.

Competition format[edit]

Sixteen teams joined the league.

The eight first teams at the end of the regular season qualified for the playoffs while the three last teams were relegated to Primera División.

Regular season[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Barcelona Excelent 30 24 3 3 132 47 +85 75 Qualification to playoffs
2 Alnimar Reus Deportiu 30 20 5 5 103 55 +48 65
3 Barna Work Igualada 30 17 6 7 99 63 +36 57
4 Noia Freixenet 30 16 6 8 73 61 +12 54
5 Liceo Vodafone 30 16 2 12 95 87 +8 50
6 Roncato Vic 30 15 5 10 105 89 +16 50
7 Grup Castillo Lleida 30 13 10 7 92 75 +17 49
8 Cemex Tenerife 30 11 6 13 102 107 −5 39
9 Viva Hàbitat Blanes 30 10 6 14 68 71 −3 36
10 Celta Voltregà 30 9 8 13 93 95 −2 35
11 Vilanova L'Ull Blau 30 9 8 13 98 116 −18 35
12 Lloret 30 9 5 16 82 97 −15 32
13 Aiscondel Vila-seca 30 9 4 17 81 103 −22 31
14 Cibeles Deasa 30 9 1 20 80 123 −43 28 Relegation to Primera División
15 Alcobendas 30 8 3 19 73 120 −47 27
16 Tordera 30 3 6 21 83 150 −67 15
Source: [1]

Playoffs[edit]

All series were played with a best-of-five series.

Seeded teams played games 1, 2 and 5 of the series at home.

 
QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinals
 
                      
 
 
 
 
Barcelona Excelent65700
 
 
 
Cemex Tenerife22200
 
Barcelona Excelent53600
 
 
 
Liceo Vodafone20200
 
Noia Freixenet33130
 
 
 
Liceo Vodafone72340
 
Barcelona Excelent76700
 
 
 
Barna Work Igualada12400
 
Alnimar Reus Deportiu22035
 
 
 
Grup Castillo Lleida41124
 
Alnimar Reus Deportiu46132
 
 
 
Barna Work Igualada15254
 
Barna Work Igualada84134
 
 
Roncato Vic13430
 

Source: [2]

Final standings[edit]

Pos Team Qualification or relegation
1 Barcelona Excelent CERH European League
2 Barna Work Igualada
3 Alnimar Reus Deportiu
4 Liceo Vodafone
5 Noia Freixenet CERS Cup
6 Roncato Vic
7 Grup Castillo Lleida
8 Cemex Tenerife
9 Viva Hàbitat Blanes
10 Leche Celta Voltregà
11 Vilanova L'Ull Blau
12 Lloret
13 Aiscondel Vila-seca
14 Cibeles Deasa Relegation to Primera División
15 Alcobendas
16 Tordera

Copa del Rey[edit]

2004 Copa del Rey
Tournament details
Arena Jerez de la Frontera
Dates 25–28 March 2004
Final positions
Champions Liceo Vodafone
Runners-up Barna Work Igualada
2003
2005

The 2004 Copa del Rey was the 61st edition of the Spanish men's roller hockey cup. It was played in Reus between the eight first qualified teams after the first half of the season.

Liceo Vodafone won its ninth title, the first one since 1997.

 
QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
 
          
 
25 March
 
 
Barcelona Excelent4
 
27 March
 
Grup Castillo Lleida1
 
Barcelona Excelent3
 
25 March
 
Liceo Vodafone (p)3
 
Liceo Vodafone4
 
28 March
 
Roncato Vic3
 
Liceo Vodafone2
 
26 March
 
Barna Work Igualada0
 
Barna Work Igualada3
 
27 March
 
Viva Hàbitat Blanes2
 
Barna Work Igualada (p)3
 
10 March
 
Alnimar Reus Deportiu3
 
Noia Freixenet2
 
 
Alnimar Reus Deportiu (p)2
 

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