2009–10 CERS Cup

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2009–10 CERS Cup
Tournament details
Dates 21 November 2009 – 16 May 2010
Teams 28 (from 8 associations)
Final positions
Champions Spain Liceo (3rd title)
Runners-up Spain Blanes

The 2009–10 CERS Cup was the 30th season of the CERS Cup, Europe's second club roller hockey competition organized by CERH. 28 teams from eight national associations qualified for the competition as a result of their respective national league placing in the previous season. Following a preliminary phase and two knockout rounds, Liceo won the tournament.

Preliminary phase[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Biaca Switzerland 5–7 France Mérignac 3–2 2–5
Giovinazzo Italy 14–1 England Herne Bay United 10–0 4–1
Amatori Lodi Italy 11–6 France Noisy le Grand 5–2 6–4
Wimmis Switzerland 12–23 Spain Igualada 5–8 7–15
Juventude Viana Portugal 8–11 Spain Liceo 4–5 4–6
Braga Portugal 15–7 Germany Germania Herringen 6–2 9–5
Genève Switzerland 12–8 Germany Cronenberg 7–4 5–4
Seregno Italy 5–13 Spain Vilanova 1–4 4–9
Bassano Italy 13–8 Switzerland Uttigen 9–2 4–6
Benfica Portugal 46–2 England Grimsby 23–1 23–1
Walsum Germany 6–14 France Coutras 2–9 4–5
PAS Alcoy Spain 13–5 Austria Dornbirn 8–2 5–3

Knockout stage[edit]

The knockout stage consisted in double-legged series for the round of 16 and the quarterfinals, where the four winners would join the Final Four.

 
Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
 
                                           
 
 
 
 
France Mérignac 5 4 9
 
 
 
Italy Giovinazzo 6 7 13
 
Italy Giovinazzo 4 0 4
 
 
 
Spain Igualada 1 8 9
 
Italy Amatori Lodi 1 1 2
 
 
 
Spain Igualada 1 2 3
 
Spain Igualada 1
 
 
 
Spain Liceo 2
 
Portugal Oliveirense 13 5 18
 
 
 
Switzerland Genève 1 2 3
 
Portugal Oliveirense 4 1 5
 
 
 
Spain Liceo 3 5 8
 
Spain Liceo 7 7 14
 
 
 
Portugal Braga 2 4 6
 
Spain Liceo 7
 
 
 
Spain Blanes 2
 
Spain Vilanova 8 3 11
 
 
 
France La Vendéenne 1 2 3
 
Spain Vilanova 2 3 5
 
 
 
Portugal Benfica 3 3 6
 
Italy Bassano 3 0 3
 
 
 
Portugal Benfica 4 5 9
 
Portugal Benfica 2
 
 
 
Spain Blanes 3
 
Switzerland Thunersten 2 4 6
 
 
 
Spain Blanes 7 7 14
 
Spain Blanes 5 3 8
 
 
 
France Coutras 1 4 5
 
France Coutras 1 6 7
 
 
Spain PAS Alcoy 2 4 6
 

Final Four matches[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

15 May
15:00
Igualada HC 1-2 HC Liceo La Coruña
Palácio dos Desportos de Torres Novas

Final[edit]

15 May
18:30
SL Benfica 2-3 a.e.t. Blanes HCF
Ricardo Oliveira,João Rodrigues Xavi Armengal,Dani Rodriguez,Alex Ridaura
Palácio dos Desportos de Torres Novas
Attendance: 800


2011 CERS Cup winners
Spain
Liceo
Third title

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