2010–11 OK Liga

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2010–11 OK Liga
League OK Liga
Sport Roller hockey
League champions Tecnol Reus Deportiu
Runners-up Coinasa Liceo
Relegated to Primera División buyvip.com Tenerife
GEiEG Girona
Lloret
OK Liga seasons

The 2011–12 OK Liga was the 42nd season of the top-tier league of rink hockey in Spain.

Reus Deportiu conquered its fifth title, the first one since 1973.

Competition format[edit]

For this season, the league reduced the number of teams to 14. As it was approved for the previous season, the league continued without playoffs at the end of the round-robin tournament.

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Tecnol Reus Deportiu 26 20 2 4 109 60 +49 62 Qualification to European League
2 Coinasa Liceo 26 19 2 5 99 66 +33 59
3 Barcelona Sorli Discau 26 18 3 5 117 55 +62 57
4 Noia Freixenet 26 13 5 8 92 79 +13 44
5 Vilanova 26 12 6 8 102 86 +16 42 Qualification to CERS Cup
6 Igualada 26 13 3 10 92 80 +12 42
7 Roncato Vic 26 11 4 11 73 80 −7 37 Qualification to European League
8 Sather Blanes 26 9 4 13 76 86 −10 31 Qualification to CERS Cup
9 Mortiz Vendrell 26 9 3 14 62 85 −23 30
10 Enrile PAS Alcoy 26 9 1 16 80 94 −14 28
11 Voltregà 26 7 5 14 72 98 −26 26
12 buyvip.com Tenerife 26 7 3 16 74 108 −34 24 Relegation to Primera División
13 GEiEG 26 4 8 14 55 98 −43 20
14 Lloret 26 4 5 17 54 82 −28 17
Source: [1]

Copa del Rey[edit]

2011 Copa del Rey
Tournament details
Arena Ciutat Esportiva de Blanes, Blanes
Dates 24–27 February 2011
Final positions
Champions Barcelona Lassa (18th title)
Runners-up Tecnol Reus Deportiu
2010
2012

The 2011 Copa del Rey was the 68th edition of the Spanish men's roller hockey cup. It was played in Blanes between the eight first qualified teams after the first half of the season.

Barcelona Sorli Discau won its 18th cup.[2]

 
QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
 
          
 
24 February
 
 
Barcelona Sorli Discau6
 
26 February
 
Vilanova1
 
Barcelona Sorli Discau4
 
24 February
 
Liceo1
 
Coinasa Liceo3
 
27 February
 
Sather Blanes2
 
Barcelona Sorli Discau4
 
25 February
 
Tecnol Reus Deportiu2
 
Tecnol Reus Deportiu6
 
26 February
 
Noia Freixenet3
 
Tecnol Reus Deportiu6
 
25 February
 
Roncato Vic4
 
Roncato Vic 3
 
 
Moritz Vendrell2
 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Standings at OKCat.cat
  2. ^ "El FC Barcelona Sorli-Discau se proclama campeón de la Copa del Rey por 18ª vez" (in Spanish). FEB.es. 27 February 2011. Retrieved 29 April 2017.

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