Rink Hockey European Female League

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Rink Hockey European Female League
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Founded 2007
Region Europe
Number of teams 12
Current champions Spain Gijón
(5th title)
Most successful team(s) Spain Voltregà
Spain Gijón
(5 titles each)
Television broadcasters CERH TV
Website CERH Official Website
2018–19 Rink Hockey European Female League

The Rink Hockey European Female League, formerly CERH Women's European Cup (before 2018), is an annual club roller hockey competition organized by World Skate Europe and contested by the top ranked teams in European domestic leagues.

The most successful clubs are Voltregà and Gijón, having won five titles each.

Finals[edit]

Season Winners Score Runners-up City (finals)
2007 Spain Gijón 1–0 Spain Arenys de Munt Spain Sant Hipòlit de Voltregà
2008 Spain Voltregà 2–1 Portugal Fundação Nortecoope Portugal Mealhada
2009 Spain Gijón (2) 1–0 Spain Voltregà France Coutras
2010 Spain Gijón (3) 5–2 Spain Alcorcón Spain Gijón
2011 Spain Voltregà (2) 2–1 Spain Gijón Germany Weil am Rhein
2012 Spain Gijón (4) 3–0 Spain Girona Portugal Sintra
2012–13 Spain Voltregà (3) 3–2 Spain Girona Spain Girona
2013–14 Spain Alcorcón 4–3 France Noisy le Grand France Coutras
2014–15 Portugal Benfica 5–2 France Coutras Spain Manlleu
2015–16 Spain Voltregà (4) 4–4(2–1) Spain Manlleu Spain Manlleu
2016–17 Spain Voltregà (5) 1–0 Spain Gijón Spain Gijón
2017–18 Spain Gijón (5) 4–3 Portugal Benfica Portugal Lisbon

Performances[edit]

By club[edit]

Club Titles Runners-up Years won Years runners-up
Spain Gijón 5 2 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2018 2011, 2017
Spain Voltregà 5 1 2008, 2011, 2013, 2016, 2017 2009
Spain Alcorcón 1 1 2014 2010
Portugal Benfica 1 1 2015 2018
Spain Girona 0 2 2012, 2013
Spain Arenys de Munt 0 1 2007
Portugal Fundação Nortecoope 0 1 2008
France Noisy le Grand 0 1 2014
France Coutras 0 1 2015
Spain Manlleu 0 1 2016

By country[edit]

Country Winners Runners-up Winners Runners-up
 Spain 11 9 Voltregà (5), Gijón (5), Alcorcón Girona (2), Gijón (2), Arenys de Munt, Alcorcón, Manlleu, Voltregà
 Portugal 1 2 Benfica Fundação Nortecoope, Benfica
 France 0 2 Coutras, Noisy le Grand

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