2018–19 Euro Hockey League

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2018–19 Euro Hockey League
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Tournament details
Dates5 October 2018 – 22 April 2019
Teams24 (from 12 associations)
Venue(s)2 (in 2 host cities)
Final positions
ChampionsBelgium Waterloo Ducks (1st title)
Runner-upGermany Rot-Weiss Köln
Third placeGermany Mannheimer HC
Tournament statistics
Matches played32
Goals scored171 (5.34 per match)
Top scorer(s)Argentina Gonzalo Peillat (9 goals)
2017–18 (previous) (next) 2019–20

The Euro Hockey League 2018–19 was the twelfth season of the Euro Hockey League, Europe's premier club field hockey tournament, organized by the European Hockey Federation. Round One was held in Barcelona from 5 until 7 October 2018 and the knockout stage was held in Eindhoven from 17 until 22 April 2019.

The final was played between Waterloo Ducks and Rot-Weiss Köln. The Waterloo Ducks defeated Rot-Weis Köln 4–0 to become the first Belgian club to win the Euro Hockey League.[1][2] Mannheimer HC took the bronze medal and Gonzalo Peillat became the top scorer with nine goals.

Association team allocation[edit]

A total of 24 teams from 12 of the 45 EHF member associations participated 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]

Association ranking for 2018–19 Euro Hockey League[3]
Rank Change Association Points Teams
1 Steady Netherlands Netherlands 50.000 2
2 Steady Germany Germany 33.417
3 Steady Belgium Belgium 33.333
4 Steady  Spain 28.250
5 Increase 2  France 24.250 1
6 Decrease 1 England England 22.000
7 Increase 1 Russia Russia 20.500
8 Increase 1 Scotland Scotland 19.125
9 Decrease 3 Ireland Ireland 18.875 0
10 Steady  Poland 13.625
11 Steady  Austria 12.750
12 Increase 3  Belarus 11.375
13 Increase 1   Switzerland 9.125 0
14 Decrease 2 Wales Wales 8.875
15 Increase 2  Ukraine 6.500
16 Decrease 3  Italy 6.250
17 Decrease 1  Czech Republic 2.125

Qualified teams[edit]

The following teams qualified for the 2018-19 Euro Hockey League. 12 teams got a bye to the KO16.[4]

Round One
Champions Non-champions
Ireland Three Rock Rovers Netherlands Oranje-Rood France Racing France
Poland Grunwald Poznań Germany Mannheimer HC England Wimbledon
Austria Arminen Belgium Léopold Russia Dinamo Elektrostal
Belarus Minsk Spain Junior Scotland Grange
Round of 16
Champions Non-champions
Netherlands Kampong France Saint Germain Netherlands Amsterdam
Germany Uhlenhorst Mülheim England Surbiton Germany Rot-Weiss Köln
Belgium Dragons Russia Dinamo Kazan Belgium Waterloo Ducks
Spain Real Club de Polo Scotland Grove Menzieshill Spain Club Egara

Format Changes[edit]

The EHL board has decided not to continue with the field goal equals two trial, used last season, so this season every goal will return to equaling one whether it comes from the field or a penalty corner. Due to the overcrowded international hockey calendar from 2019 onwards because of the 2019 Men's FIH Pro League, the EHL has combined the KO16 and FINAL4 events at Easter, making a six-day event from April 17 to 22, 2019.[5]

Round One[edit]

Round One was held from 5 until 7 October 2018 at the Pau Negre Stadium in Barcelona. The draw took place on 17 July 2018.[5] 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 by 3 or more goals, then they receive 0 points.

All times are local, CET (UTC+1).[6]

Pool A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Netherlands Oranje-Rood 2 2 0 0 8 1 +7 10 Advance to knockout stage
2 Austria Arminen 2 1 0 1 5 3 +2 6
3 Scotland Grange 2 0 0 2 1 10 −9 0
Source: EHF
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) matches won; 3) goal difference; 4) goals scored; 5) head-to-head result; 6) field goals scored.[7]
5 October 2018
13:30
Arminen Austria 4–1 Scotland Grange
Ph. Schmidt Goal 4'
Bele Goal 17'28'
Pa. Schmidt Goal 33'
Report Tweedie Goal 40'
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Rob Abbot (IRL)
Laurine Delforge (BEL)

6 October 2018
12:30
Oranje-Rood Netherlands 6–0 Scotland Grange
Briels Goal 13'42'
De Voogd Goal 15'
Beins Goal 21'
Martinez Goal 24'56'
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Luca Ferrara (ITA)
Tim Meissner (GER)

7 October 2018
11:45
Oranje-Rood Netherlands 2–1 Austria Arminen
Stanzl Goal 14'22' Report Bele Goal 22'
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Sean Edwards (ENG)
Michelle Meister (GER)

Pool B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Germany Mannheimer HC 2 1 1 0 8 3 +5 7 Advance to knockout stage
2 England Wimbledon 2 1 1 0 6 3 +3 7
3 Russia Dinamo Elektrostal 2 0 0 2 4 12 −8 0
Source: EHF
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) matches won; 3) goal difference; 4) goals scored; 5) head-to-head result; 6) field goals scored.[7]
5 October 2018
18:00
Wimbledon England 5–2 Russia Dinamo Elektrostal
Malthouse Goal 9'
Lewers Goal 22'
Codling Goal 26'
Sloan Goal 27'
Roper Goal 29'
Report Dvoretskii Goal 30'
Proskuriakov Goal 50'
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Tim Meissner (GER)
Andres Ortiz (ESP)

6 October 2018
17:00
Mannheimer HC Germany 7–2 Russia Dinamo Elektrostal
Peillat Goal 17'32'
Nguyen Goal 34'
Schües Goal 46'
Barreiros Goal 50'
Vila Goal 53'60'
Report Dvoretskii Goal 7'
Larikov Goal 59'
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Andres Ortix (ES)
Luka Zupancic (AUT)

7 October 2018
14:00
Mannheimer HC Germany 1–1 England Wimbledon
Peillat Goal 19' Report Horler Goal 48'
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Andres Ortiz (ESP)
Michiel Otten (NED)

Pool C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Belgium Léopold 2 2 0 0 8 1 +7 10 Advance to knockout stage
2 Poland Grunwald Poznań 2 1 0 1 3 4 −1 6
3 Belarus Minsk 2 0 0 2 1 7 −6 1
Source: EHF
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) matches won; 3) goal difference; 4) goals scored; 5) head-to-head result; 6) field goals scored.[7]
5 October 2018
11:15
Minsk Belarus 1–2 Poland Grunwald Poznań
Kochkin Goal 58' Report Hulboj Goal 13'
Mikula Goal 56'
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Luca Ferrara (ITA)
Michelle Meister (GER)

6 October 2018
10:15
Léopold Belgium 3–1 Poland Grunwald Poznań
Russell Goal 5'19'
Zimmer Goal 25'
Report Mikula Goal 56'
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Sean Edwards (ENG)
Alex Fedenczuk (SCO)

7 October 2018
9:30
Léopold Belgium 5–0 Belarus Minsk
Russell Goal 33'
Degroote Goal 46'59'
Baumgarten Goal 49'59'
Report
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Rob Abbott (IRL)
Alex Fedenczuk (SCO)

Pool D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Ireland Three Rock Rovers 2 1 1 0 7 1 +6 7 Advance to knockout stage
2 Spain Junior 2 1 1 0 6 2 +4 7
3 France Racing Club de France 2 0 0 2 1 11 −10 0
Source: EHF
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) matches won; 3) goal difference; 4) goals scored; 5) head-to-head result; 6) field goals scored.[7]
5 October 2018
15:45
Racing Club de France France 0–6 Ireland Three Rock Rovers
Report Empey Goal 27'
Walsh Goal 36'
Darling Goal 50'52'
English Goal 56'
Canning Goal 57'
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Sean Edwards (ENG)
Luka Zupancic (AUT)

6 October 2018
14:45
Junior Spain 1–1 Ireland Three Rock Rovers
Enrique Goal 53' Report Madeley Goal 59'
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Laurine Delforge (BEL)
Michiel Otten (NED)

7 October 2018
16:15
Junior Spain 5–1 France Racing Club de France
J. Garcia Goal 2'
Dabanch Goal 13'
Gil Goal 22'
Mari Goal 47'
L. Garcia Goal 53'
Report Fouquet Goal 52'
Pau Negre Stadium, Barcelona
Umpires:
Laurine Belforge (BEL)
Tim Meissner (GER)

Knockout stage[edit]

The knockout stage took place at Sportpark Aalsterweg in Eindhoven, Netherlands from 17 until 22 April 2019. The draw took place at 21 October 2018[8] and the schedule was announced on 15 November 2018.[9]

All times are local, CET (UTC+1).[9]

Qualified teams[edit]

The knockout phase involves 16 teams, consisting of the 4 pool winners and the 12 already qualified teams.

Champions
(seeded in round of 16 draw)
Non-champions and pool winners
(unseeded in round of 16 draw)
Netherlands Kampong Netherlands Amsterdam
Germany Uhlenhorst Mülheim Germany Rot-Weiss Köln
Belgium Dragons Belgium Waterloo Ducks
Spain Real Club de Polo Spain Club Egara
France Saint Germain Netherlands Oranje-Rood
England Surbiton Germany Mannheimer HC
Russia Dinamo Kazan Belgium Léopold
Scotland Grove Menzieshill Ireland Three Rock Rovers

Bracket[edit]

 
Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
17 April
 
 
Belgium Dragons4
 
20 April
 
Ireland Three Rock Rovers2
 
Belgium Dragons1 (2)
 
17 April
 
Belgium Waterloo Ducks (s.o.)1 (3)
 
Belgium Waterloo Ducks (s.o.)1 (4)
 
21 April
 
England Surbiton1 (2)
 
Belgium Waterloo Ducks (s.o.)1 (3)
 
17 April
 
Germany Mannheimer HC1 (1)
 
Russia Dinamo Kazan0
 
20 April
 
Germany Mannheimer HC6
 
Germany Mannheimer HC (s.o.)4 (4)
 
17 April
 
Germany Uhlenhorst Mülheim4 (2)
 
Netherlands Oranje-Rood2
 
22 April
 
Germany Uhlenhorst Mülheim3
 
Belgium Waterloo Ducks4
 
18 April
 
Germany Rot-Weiss Köln0
 
Netherlands Kampong2
 
20 April
 
Germany Rot-Weiss Köln3
 
Germany Rot-Weiss Köln (s.o.)2 (6)
 
18 April
 
Netherlands Amsterdam2 (5)
 
Netherlands Amsterdam12
 
21 April
 
Scotland Grove Menzieshill1
 
Germany Rot-Weiss Köln3
 
18 April
 
Spain Real Club de Polo1 Bronze medal match
 
France Saint Germain1 (1)
 
20 April22 April
 
Spain Club Egara (s.o.)1 (2)
 
Spain Club Egara3 (0)Germany Mannheimer HC3
 
18 April
 
Spain Real Club de Polo (s.o.)3 (3) Spain Real Club de Polo1
 
Belgium Léopold3
 
 
Spain Real Club de Polo4
 

Round of 16[edit]

17 April 2019
12:45
Dinamo Kazan Russia 0–6 Germany Mannheimer HC
Report Peillat Goal 13'19'55'
Vila Goal 17'
Schües Goal 41'
Holste Goal 45'
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Sebastien Michielsen (BEL)
Coen van Bunge (NED)

17 April 2019
15:00
Dragons Belgium 4–2 Ireland Three Rock Rovers
Raes Goal 12'
O'Donoghue Goal 22'
Van Aubel Goal 44'
Denayer Goal 46'
Report Hosking Goal 22'
Morris Goal 35'
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Christian Blasch (GER)
David Sweetman (SCO)

17 April 2019
17:15
Waterloo Ducks Belgium 1–1 England Surbiton
Pangrazio Goal 26' Report Goodfield Goal 23'
Penalties
Boccard Penalty stroke scored
Gougnard Penalty stroke missed
Van Straaten Penalty stroke scored
Dohmen Penalty stroke scored
Penelle Penalty stroke scored
4–2 Penalty stroke missed Drayton Chana
Penalty stroke missed Wallace
Penalty stroke scored Forsyth
Penalty stroke scored Goodfield
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Ben Goentgen (GER)
Fraser Bell (SCO)

17 April 2019
19:30
Oranje-Rood Netherlands 2–3 Germany Uhlenhorst Mülheim
Van der Weerden Goal 22'
De Voogd Goal 43'
Report Schiffer Goal 3'
Herzbruch Goal 35'51'
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Dan Barstow (ENG)
Francisco Vazquez Lopez (ESP)

18 April 2019
12:45
Saint Germain France 1–1 Spain Club Egara
Rogeau Goal 36' Report Aura Goal 8'
Penalties
T. Genestet Penalty stroke scored
Gohlke Penalty stroke missed
F. Goyet Penalty stroke missed
Mercurio Penalty stroke missed
Pauchet Penalty stroke missed
1–2 Penalty stroke scored Ruiz
Penalty stroke missed Divorra
Penalty stroke scored Clapés
Penalty stroke missed P. Gispert
Penalty stroke missed Romeu
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Fraser Bell (SCO)
Christian Blasch (GER)

18 April 2019
15:00
Léopold Belgium 3–4 Spain Real Club de Polo
Cuvelier Goal 25'
Russell Goal 39'
A. Verdussen Goal 43'
Report A. Reyne Goal 13'22'
Llorens Goal 45'
Rey Goal 59'
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Coen van Bunge (NED)
Michiel Otten (NED)

18 April 2019
17:15
Amsterdam Netherlands 12–1 Scotland Grove Menzieshill
Reid-Ross Goal 5'17'25'
Burkhardt Goal 20'45'49'
Pruyser Goal 22'32'56'
Verga Goal 39'
Hiebendaal Goal 39'
Van Kan Goal 57'
Report J. Golden Goal 31'
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Ben Goentgen (GER)
Sebastien Michielsen (BEL)

18 April 2019
19:30
Kampong Netherlands 2–3 Germany Rot-Weiss Köln
Janssen Goal 29'
Havenga Goal 55'
Report T. Grambusch Goal 34'
M. Grambusch Goal 51'60'
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Bruce Bale (ENG)
Francisco Vazquez Lopez (ESP)

Ranking matches[edit]

19 April 2019
12:45
Three Rock Rovers Ireland 1–4 England Surbiton
Darling Goal 6' Report Taylor Goal 26'30'
Goodfield Goal 35'
Forsyth Goal 54'
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Ben Goentgen (GER)
Coen van Bunge (NED)

19 April 2019
15:00
Saint Germain France 1–7 Belgium Léopold
M. Genestet Goal 1' Report Russell Goal 2'44'45'
Englebert Goal 15'37'
Baumgarten Goal 48'
Musch Goal 52'
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Michiel Otten (NED)
Christian Blasch (GER)

19 April 2019
17:15
Dinamo Kazan Russia 2–6 Netherlands Oranje-Rood
Mahmood Goal 2'
Shan Goal 27'
Report Beins Goal 1'
Van de Venne Goal 7'9'45'
Van der Weerden Goal 29'54'
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
David Sweetman (SCO)
Fraser Bell (SCO)

19 April 2019
19:30
Kampong Netherlands 12–0 Scotland Grove Menzieshill
Meulenbroek Goal 5'25'43'
Lageman Goal 11'
Visser Goal 14'30'54'56'
Kropholler Goal 15'
Havenga Goal 26'49'
Report
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Bruce Bale (ENG)
Dan Barstow (ENG)

Quarter-finals[edit]

20 April 2019
09:30
Mannheimer HC Germany 4–4 Germany Uhlenhorst Mülheim
Vila Goal 6'29'
Haase Goal 13'50'
Report Windfeder Goal 17'27'35'53'
Penalties
Fischer Penalty stroke scored
Harris Penalty stroke scored
Hinrichs Penalty stroke scored
Barreiros Penalty stroke scored
4–2 Penalty stroke missed Bosserhoff
Penalty stroke scored Herzbruch
Penalty stroke scored Pereira
Penalty stroke missed Weinke
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Coen van Bunge (NED)
Sebastien Michielsen (BEL)

20 April 2019
11:45
Dragons Belgium 1–1 Belgium Waterloo Ducks
Rubens Goal 56' Report Boccard Goal 37'
Penalties
Van Aubel Penalty stroke scored
Denayer Penalty stroke missed
Rubens Penalty stroke scored
O'Donoghue Penalty stroke missed
Raes Penalty stroke missed
2–3 Penalty stroke missed Boccard
Penalty stroke scored Dohmen
Penalty stroke scored Van Straaten
Penalty stroke scored Dohmen
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Ben Goentgen (GER)
Michiel Otten (NED)

20 April 2019
14:00
Club Egara Spain 3–3 Spain Real Club de Polo
Romeu Goal 5'
Mercadé Goal 35'48'
Report Alegre Goal 37'53'
Oliva Goal 51'
Penalties
Ruiz Penalty stroke missed
Farrés-Palet Penalty stroke missed
Clapés Penalty stroke missed
0–3 Penalty stroke scored Oliva
Penalty stroke scored Alegre
Penalty stroke scored Llorens
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Christian Blasch (GER)
Dan Barstow (ENG)

20 April 2019
16:15
Rot-Weiss Köln Germany 2–2 Netherlands Amsterdam
Große Goal 35'
Rühr Goal 47'
Report Pruyser Goal 52'
Verga Goal 54'
Penalties
Große Penalty stroke scored
M. Grambusch Penalty stroke scored
Rühr Penalty stroke scored
Miltkau Penalty stroke missed
Prinz Penalty stroke scored
M. Grambusch Penalty stroke missed
Rühr Penalty stroke scored
Rühr Penalty stroke scored
6–5 Penalty stroke scored Verga
Penalty stroke missed Bakker
Penalty stroke scored Hiebendaal
Penalty stroke scored Rohof
Penalty stroke scored Pruyser
Penalty stroke missed Pruyser
Penalty stroke scored Verga
Penalty stroke missed Hiebendaal
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Bruce Bale (ENG)
Francisco Vazquez Lopez (ESP)

Semi-finals[edit]

21 April 2019
13:00
Waterloo Ducks Belgium 1–1 Germany Mannheimer HC
Ghislain Goal 59' Report Peillat Goal 60'
Penalties
Boccard Penalty stroke missed
Gougnard Penalty stroke missed
Van Straaten Penalty stroke scored
Dohmen Penalty stroke scored
Penelle Penalty stroke scored
3–1 Penalty stroke missed Fischer
Penalty stroke missed Harris
Penalty stroke missed Hinrichs
Penalty stroke scored Barreiros
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Francisco Vazquez Lopez (ESP)
Coen van Bunge (NED)

21 April 2019
15:15
Real Club de Polo Spain 1–3 Germany Rot-Weiss Köln
L. Baron Goal 22' Report Rühr Goal 14'
T. Grambusch Goal 32'40'
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Bruce Bale (ENG)
Dan Barstow (ENG)

Bronze medal match[edit]

22 April 2019
13:00
Mannheimer HC Germany 3–1 Spain Real Club de Polo
Peillat Goal 33'51'
Haase Goal
Report L. Baron Goal 50'
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Michiel Otten (NED)
Sebastien Michielsen (BEL)

Final[edit]

22 April 2019
15:15
Waterloo Ducks Belgium 4–0 Germany Rot-Weiss Köln
Ghislain Goal 42'
Boccard Goal 58'
Bertrand Goal 60'
Van Lierde Goal 60'
Report
Sportpark Aalsterweg, Eindhoven
Umpires:
Dan Barstow (ENG)
Coen van Bunge (NED)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Waterloo Ducks winnen Euro Hockey League na 4-0-winst tegen Köln". www.hln.be (in Dutch). Het Laatste Nieuws. 22 April 2019. Retrieved 22 April 2019.
  2. ^ "Waterloo Ducks in EHL heaven with remarkable 4-0 grand final success in Eindhoven". ehlhockey.tv. Euro Hockey League. 22 April 2019. Retrieved 22 April 2019.
  3. ^ EHL Rankings 2017/18
  4. ^ "EHL ROUND1 draw set for July 17 as curtain raises on new season". ehlhockey.tv. Euro Hockey League. 6 July 2018. Retrieved 7 July 2018.
  5. ^ a b "Stage set for ROUND1 as EHL ends field goal trial rule". ehlhockey.tv. Euro Hockey League. 17 July 2018. Retrieved 17 July 2018.
  6. ^ "EHL ROUND1 schedule confirmed as world's best club competition returns in October". ehlhockey.tv. Euro Hockey League. 20 July 2018. Retrieved 20 July 2018.
  7. ^ a b c d "Regulations". ehlhockey.tv. Euro Hockey League. September 2018. Retrieved 13 January 2019.
  8. ^ "HC Oranje-Rood set to host EHL KO16/FINAL4 next Easter". ehlhockey.tv. Euro Hockey League. 8 October 2018. Retrieved 8 October 2018.
  9. ^ a b "EHL KO16/FINAL4 match schedule confirmed as tickets go on sale for six-day festival". ehlhockey.tv. Euro Hockey League. 15 November 2018. Retrieved 15 November 2018.

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