2017–18 Euro Hockey League

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Tournament details
CityBarcelona
Rotterdam
Bloemendaal
Dates6 October 2017 – 27 May 2018
Teams24
Venue(s)3 (in 3 host cities)
Top three teams
ChampionsNetherlands Bloemendaal (3rd title)
Runner-upNetherlands Kampong
Third placeNetherlands Rotterdam
Tournament statistics
Matches played28
Top scorer(s)Netherlands Roel Bovendeert (6 goals)
2016–17 (previous) (next) 2018–19

The Euro Hockey League 2017–18 was the eleventh season of the Euro Hockey League, Europe's premier club field hockey tournament. Round One was held in Barcelona and the round of 16 and quarterfinals in Rotterdam.[1][2] The semi-finals, third place game and the final were held in Bloemendaal.[3]

Association team allocation[edit]

A total of 24 teams from 12 of the 45 EHF member associations participate in the 2018–19 Euro Hockey League. The association ranking based on the EHL country coefficients is used to determine the number of participating teams for each association:

  • Associations 1–4 each have three teams qualify.
  • Associations 5–8 each have two teams qualify.
  • Associations 9–12 each have one team qualify.

EHL Rankings[edit]

Ranking[4] Member association EHL Points Places in EHL 2017/18
2017 2016 2014/15
(25%)
2015/16
(50%)
2016/17
(100%)
Total KO16 R1 Total
1 1 Netherlands Netherlands 28.333 30.667 20.667 43.083 2 1 3
2 2 Germany Germany 22.667 20.333 24.667 40.500
3 3  Belgium 18.667 16.667 18.333 31.334
4 4  Spain 14.000 17.667 17.000 29.334
5 5 England England 13.000 11.000 16.500 25.250 1 1 2
6 8 Ireland Ireland 8.000 11.500 12.000 19.750
7 6  France 11.500 10.000 11.500 19.375
8 9 Russia Russia 8.500 10.000 10.000 17.125
9 10 Scotland Scotland 6.500 9.500 10.500 16.875 0 1 1
10 7  Poland 11.500 9.500 7.500 15.125
11 13  Austria 7.000 4.000 9.500 13.250
12 12 Wales Wales 2.000 7.500 6.000 10.250
13 11  Italy 6.500 6.000 5.500 10.125 0 0 0
14 17   Switzerland 0.000 3.500 7.500 9.250
15 15  Belarus 7.500 2.500 3.500 6.625
16 14  Czech Republic 6.500 4.500 2.000 5.875
17 16  Azerbaijan 5.500 0.000 0.000 1.375

Qualified teams[edit]

Round One
Champions Non-champions
Scotland Kelburne Netherlands Bloemendaal England Wimbledon
Poland Grunwald Poznań Germany Uhlenhorst Mülheim Ireland Banbridge
Austria Arminen Belgium Racing Club de Bruxelles France Saint Germain
Wales Cardiff & Met Spain Club Egara Russia Dinamo Elektrostal
KO16
Champions Non-champions
Netherlands Kampong England Surbiton Holcombe[5] Netherlands Rotterdam
Germany Mannheim Ireland Three Rock Rovers Germany Rot-Weiss Köln
Belgium Dragons France Racing Club de France Belgium Royal Herakles
Spain Real Club de Polo Russia Dinamo Kazan Spain Atlètic Terrassa

Round One[edit]

All times are local (UTC+01:00)

If a game is won, the winning team receives 5 points. A draw results in both teams receiving 2 points. A loss gives the losing team 1 point unless the losing team loses with more than 3 goals, then they receive 0 points.

The Euro Hockey League trialed a new scoring system for the season 2017–18:[6]

  • For every Field Goal and a Penalty Stroke Goal scored in a match NOT resulting from a Penalty Corner = 2 goals
  • For every Penalty Corner scored in a match = 1 goal
  • For every goal scored from a Penalty Stroke resulting from a Penalty Corner situation = 1 goal
  • In a shoot-out competition a goal from a direct Shoot-out and a Penalty Stroke = 1 goal

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Netherlands Bloemendaal 2 2 0 0 19 2 +17 10
2 England Wimbledon 2 1 0 1 9 4 +5 5
3 Austria Arminen 2 0 0 2 2 24 –22 0
6 October 2017
16:15
Bloemendaal Netherlands 4–0 England Wimbledon
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

7 October 2017
14:45
Arminen Austria 0–9 England Wimbledon
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

8 October 2017
14:00
Bloemendaal Netherlands 15–2 Austria Arminen
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Germany Uhlenhorst Mülheim 2 1 1 0 13 3 +10 7
2 Russia Dinamo Elektrostal 2 1 1 0 14 5 +9 7
3 Wales Cardiff & Met 2 0 0 2 2 21 –19 0
6 October 2017
11:45
Uhlenhorst Mülheim Germany 10–0 Wales Cardiff & Met
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

7 October 2017
10:15
Dinamo Elektrostal Russia 11–2 Wales Cardiff & Met
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

8 October 2017
09:30
Uhlenhorst Mülheim Germany 3–3 Russia Dinamo Elektrostal
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Belgium Racing Club de Bruxelles 2 2 0 0 12 4 +8 10
2 Poland Grunwald Poznań 2 1 0 1 8 6 +2 5
3 Ireland Banbridge 2 0 0 2 2 12 –10 0
6 October 2017
14:00
Racing Club de Bruxelles Belgium 6–2 Poland Grunwald Poznań
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

7 October 2017
12:30
Banbridge Ireland 0–6 Poland Grunwald Poznań
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

8 October 2017
11:45
Racing Club de Bruxelles Belgium 6–2 Ireland Banbridge HC
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 France Saint Germain 2 2 0 0 7 4 +3 10
2 Spain Club Egara 2 1 0 0 13 7 +6 6
3 Scotland Kelburne 2 0 0 2 1 10 –9 1
6 October 2017
18:30
Club Egara Spain 9–1 Scotland Kelburne
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

7 October 2017
17:00
Saint Germain France 1–0 Scotland Kelburne
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

8 October 2017
16:15
Club Egara Spain 4–6 France Saint Germain
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona

Knockout stage[edit]

Round of 16 and the quarter-finals were played in Rotterdam, Netherlands between the 30th of March and the 2nd of April 2018. The semi-finals, third place match and the final will be played in Bloemendaal, Netherlands.

 
Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
30 March 2018
 
 
Belgium Racing Club de Bruxelles9
 
1 April 2018
 
Russia Dinamo Kazan0
 
Belgium Racing Club de Bruxelles1
 
30 March 2018
 
Netherlands Kampong4
 
Netherlands Kampong1
 
26 May 2018
 
Germany Rot-Weiss Köln0
 
Netherlands Kampong6
 
30 March 2018
 
Belgium Royal Herakles2
 
England Holcombe4
 
1 April 2018
 
Spain Real Club de Polo7
 
Spain Real Club de Polo1 (6)
 
30 March 2018
 
Belgium Royal Herakles (p.s.o.)1 (7)
 
Belgium Royal Herakles4
 
27 May 2018
 
Spain Atlètic Terrassa2
 
Netherlands Kampong2
 
31 March 2018
 
Netherlands Bloemendaal8
 
Belgium Dragons0
 
2 April 2018
 
Netherlands Bloemendaal8
 
Netherlands Bloemendaal8
 
31 March 2018
 
France Saint Germain0
 
France Saint Germain3
 
26 May 2018
 
Ireland Three Rock Rovers2
 
Netherlands Bloemendaal6
 
31 March 2018
 
Netherlands Rotterdam0 Third place
 
France Racing Club de France0
 
2 April 201827 May 2018
 
Germany Uhlenhorst Mülheim3
 
Germany Uhlenhorst Mülheim1Belgium Royal Herakles4
 
31 March 2018
 
Netherlands Rotterdam13 Netherlands Rotterdam5
 
Netherlands Rotterdam (p.s.o.)4 (5)
 
 
Germany Mannheim4 (4)
 

Round of 16[edit]

30 March 2018
13:15
Holcombe England 4–7 Spain Real Club de Polo
Bandurak Goal 15'60' Report Plennevaux Goal 18'
Llorens Goal 30'
Ortiz Goal 48'
Casasayas Goal 50'
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Ben Göntgen (GER)
Michael Pontus (BEL)

30 March 2018
15:30
Royal Herakles Belgium 4–2 Spain Atlètic Terrassa
Smith Goal 2'
Hottlet Goal 43'
Report Oliva Goal 3'45'
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Jakub Mejzlik (CZE)
Paul van den Assum (NED)

30 March 2018
17:45
Racing Club de Bruxelles Belgium 9–0 Russia Dinamo Kazan
Boon Goal 14'
Truyens Goal 15'
Harte Goal 22'
Willems Goal 25'
Garcia Goal 47'
Report
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Francisco Vazquez Lopez (ESP)
Malcolm Coombes (IRL)

30 March 2018
20:00
Kampong Netherlands 1–0 Germany Rot-Weiss Köln
Phijffer Goal 23' Report
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Marcin Grochal (POL)
Dan Barstow (ENG)

31 March 2018
11:30
Saint Germain France 3–2 Ireland Three Rock Rovers
M. Genestet Goal 23'
Goyet Goal 34'
Report Morris Goal 30'
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Jakub Mejzlik (CZE)
Ian Diamond (SCO)

31 March 2018
13:45
Racing Club de France France 0–3 Germany Uhlenhorst Mülheim
Report Windfeder Goal 14'
Ho-Garcia Goal 44'
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Marcin Grochal (POL)
Paul van den Assum (NED)

31 March 2018
16:00
Rotterdam Netherlands 4–4 Germany Mannheim
Hoedemakers Goal 53'
Catlin Goal 59'
Report Haase Goal 11'
Vila Goal 25'
Penalties
Hertzberger Penalty stroke scored
van Ass Penalty stroke scored
van Dam Penalty stroke scored
Polkamp Penalty stroke missed
BeltraanPenalty stroke scored
Hertzberger Penalty stroke scored
5–4 Penalty stroke scored Fischer
Penalty stroke scored Harris
Penalty stroke scored Barreiros
Penalty stroke scored Peillat
Penalty stroke missed Zmyslony
Penalty stroke missed Barreiros
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Francisco Vazquez Lopez (ESP)
Michael Pontus (BEL)

31 March 2018
18:15
Dragons Belgium 0–8 Netherlands Bloemendaal
Report Dwyer Goal 16'
Bovendeert Goal 24'39'41'
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Ben Göntgen (GER)
Dan Barstow (ENG)

Ranking matches[edit]

1 April 2018
10:30
Holcombe England 4–8 Spain Atlètic Terrassa
Bandurak Goal 7'14' Report Salles Goal 1'
Oliva Goal 12'
Malgosa Goal 16'
Tarrés Goal 53'
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Michael Pontus (BEL)
Malcolm Coombes (IRL)

1 April 2018
12:45
Rot-Weiss Köln Germany 8–10 Russia Dinamo Kazan
T. Grambusch Goal 3'28'52'
Miltkau Goal 46'
M. Grambusch Goal 57'
Report Shchipachev Goal 15'
Fattakhov Goal 20'
Golubev Goal 42'
Komarov Goal 48'56'
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Ian Diamond (SCO)
Dan Barstow (ENG)

2 April 2018
09:15
Dragons Belgium 20–10 Ireland Three Rock Rovers
Thys Goal 9'
Van Doren Goal 17'
Hendrickx Goal 24'47'
Luyten Goal 25'
Raes Goal 26'
Van Aubel Goal 32'53'
Denayer Goal 33'54'
Rubens Goal 38'
Stockbroekx Goal 45'
Report J. Mullins Goal 48'
Morris Goal 48'
K. Mullins Goal 57'
Walsh Goal 57'
Hosking Goal 59'
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Ben Göntgen (GER)
Ian Diamond (SCO)

2 April 2018
11:30
Racing Club de France France 0–7 Germany Mannheim
Report D. Nguyen Goal 3'
Haase Goal 9'
T. Nguyen Goal 37'
Harris Goal 42'
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Malcolm Coombes (IRL)
Paul van den Assum (NED)

Quarter-finals[edit]

1 April 2018
15:00
Real Club de Polo Spain 1–1 Belgium Royal Herakles
Llorens Goal 31' Report Hens Goal 40'
Penalties
Casasayas Penalty stroke scored
Plennevaux Penalty stroke scored
Plennevaux Penalty stroke missed
Piera Penalty stroke scored
Rey Penalty stroke scored
Rey Penalty stroke scored
Alegre Penalty stroke scored
Piera Penalty stroke missed
6–7 Penalty stroke scored Sanz
Penalty stroke scored Keusters
Penalty stroke scored De Kerpel
Penalty stroke scored Haig
Penalty stroke missed De Kerpel
Penalty stroke scored Sanz
Penalty stroke scored Keusters
Penalty stroke scored De Kerpel
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Ben Göntgen (GER)
Paul van den Assum (NED)

1 April 2018
17:15
Racing Club de Bruxelles Belgium 1–4 Netherlands Kampong
Harte Goal 13' Report Caspers Goal 9'
Kellerman Goal 28'
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Francisco Vazquez Lopez (ESP)
Marcin Grochal (POL)

2 April 2018
13:45
Bloemendaal Netherlands 8–0 France Saint Germain
Fuchs Goal 19'
Bovendeert Goal 24'49'
Dwyer Goal 44'
Report
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Michael Pontus (BEL)
Marcin Grochal (POL)

2 April 2018
16:00
Uhlenhorst Mülheim Germany 1–13 Netherlands Rotterdam
Windfeder Goal 5' Report Hertzberger Goal 6'
Hoedemakers Goal 10'24'
van Ass Goal 21'29'48'
Catlin Goal 54'
van Dam Goal 57'
Hazelaarweg Stadion, Rotterdam
Umpires:
Dan Barstow (ENG)
Francisco Vazquez Lopez (ESP)

Semi-finals[edit]

26 May 2018
13:30
Kampong Netherlands 6–2 Belgium Royal Herakles
Kemperman Goal 3'
Jonker Goal 9'
Kellerman Goal 48'
Report De Kerpel Goal 37'
Sportpark 't Kopje, Bloemendaal
Umpires:
Christian Blasch (GER)
Dan Barstow (ENG)

26 May 2018
16:00
Bloemendaal Netherlands 6–0 Netherlands Rotterdam
Dwyer Goal 22'
Fuchs Goal 36'
Brinkman Goal 60'
Report
Sportpark 't Kopje, Bloemendaal
Umpires:
Martin Madden (SCO)
Marcin Grochal (POL)

Third place[edit]

27 May 2018
13:30
Royal Herakles Belgium 4–5 Netherlands Rotterdam
Sanz Goal 4'50' Report Hoedemakers Goal 42'
Hertzberger Goal 46'
Van Dam Goal 59'
Sportpark 't Kopje, Bloemendaal
Umpires:
Christian Blasch (GER)
Martin Madden (SCO)

Final[edit]

27 May 2018
16:00
Kampong Netherlands 2–8 Netherlands Bloemendaal
Jonker Goal 30' Report Lleonart Goal 40'
Bovendeert Goal 43'
Brinkman Goal 58'
Dwyer Goal 60'
Sportpark 't Kopje, Bloemendaal
Umpires:
Francisco Vázquez López (ESP)
Marcin Grochal (POL)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Euro Hockey League Round 1 2017-2018". eurohockey.altiusrt.com. Retrieved 22 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Euro Hockey League KO16 2017-2018". eurohockey.altiusrt.com. Retrieved 22 March 2018.
  3. ^ "Euro Hockey League Final4 2017-2018". eurohockey.altiusrt.com. Retrieved 26 May 2018.
  4. ^ EHL Rankings 2016/17
  5. ^ Holcombe set to replace Surbiton in EHL KO16
  6. ^ "EHL to trial new scoring system for 2017/18 season". EHL. 12 September 2017. Retrieved 22 May 2018.

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