World Skate Europe Cup

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World Skate Europe Cup
Founded1980
Number of teams28
Current championsSpain CE Lleida (1st title)
Most successful team(s)Spain HC Liceo
Italy Hockey Novara
Portugal OC Barcelos
(3 titles each)
2018–19 World Skate Europe Cup

The World Skate Europe Cup, also known as WS Europe Cup, and formerly known as CERS Cup (before 2018), is an annual European roller hockey club competition organized by World Skate Europe - Rink Hockey. It is the second most important club competition and it features teams who don't enter the European League. The winners of the World Skate Europe Cup qualifies for that year's edition of the Continental Cup.

Format[edit]

The World Skate Europe Cup is a two-legged knockout competition between the 16 clubs qualified. To determine these 16 teams, a preliminary round is played. The last four teams advance to a final-four playoff, organized by one of the four contestant clubs.

Finals[edit]

Trophy given to the winners
Season Winners Score Runners-up Location (final-four)
1980–81 Portugal GD Sesimbra 4–1, 2–0 Netherlands RC Lichtstad Two-legged finals
1981–82 Spain HC Liceo 12–4, 8–6 Italy HC Monza
1982–83 Italy Amatori Vercelli 6–4, 7–2 Italy AFP Giovinazzo
1983–84 Portugal Sporting CP 1–4, 11–3 Italy Hockey Novara
1984–85 Italy Hockey Novara 4–4, 7–4 Spain Cerdanyola CH
1985–86 Spain CP Tordera 6–6, 11–4 Italy Hockey Bassano
1986–87 Italy Amatori Lodi 5–7, 6–3 Spain CE Noia
1987–88 Italy Amatori Vercelli 3–4, 4–1 Portugal CD Paço d'Arcos
1988–89 Italy HC Monza 13–4, 4–5 Spain Igualada HC
1989–90 Italy Hockey Seregno 3–3, 7–6 Spain FC Barcelona
1990–91 Portugal Benfica 4–6, 10–3 Spain Reus Deportiu
1991–92 Italy Hockey Novara 2–4, 4–1 Spain Igualada HC
1992–93 Italy Hockey Novara 8–2, 6–3 Italy Hockey Thiene
1993–94 Portugal Porto 2–5, 7–1 Spain CP Vic
1994–95 Portugal OC Barcelos 4–6, 6–0 Spain CP Tordera
1995–96 Portugal Porto 3–0, 7–1 Spain CP Tordera
1996–97 Portugal UD Oliveirense 3–2, 5–3 Portugal ACR Gulpilhares
1997–98 Spain CE Noia 5–2, 2–4 Portugal CD Paço d'Arcos
1998–99 Spain HC Liceo 4–7, 5–0 Portugal OC Barcelos
1999–00 Portugal CD Paço d'Arcos 8–2, 3–2 Spain CP Voltregà
2000–01 Spain CP Vic 4–4, 5–3 Spain CE Noia
2001–02 Spain CP Voltregà 3–5, 5–2 Portugal Porto
2002–03 Spain Reus Deportiu 2–3, 5–0 Spain CE Lleida
2003–04 Spain Reus Deportiu 4–0, 0–1 Italy Hockey Bassano
2004–05 Italy Follonica Hockey 4–0, 4–4 Italy Hockey Bassano
2005–06 Spain FC Barcelona 3–1, 2–0 Spain CP Vilanova
2006–07 Spain CP Vilanova 1–1, 4–2 Portugal Candelária SC
2007–08 Spain CP Tenerife 4–4 (2–1 p.) Italy Hockey Valdagno France Dinan
2008–09 Spain CH Mataró 2–1 (a.e.t.) Spain CH Lloret Spain Lloret de Mar
2009–10 Spain HC Liceo 7–2 Spain Blanes HCF Portugal Torres Novas
2010–11 Portugal Benfica 6–4 Spain CP Vilanova Spain Vilanova i la Geltrú
2011–12 Italy Hockey Bassano 2–2 (3–1 p.) Portugal HC Braga Italy Bassano del Grappa
2012–13 Spain CE Vendrell 3–2 (a.e.t.) Spain CP Vic Spain El Vendrell
2013–14 Spain CE Noia 4–3 Italy Hockey Breganze Italy Forte dei Marmi
2014–15 Portugal Sporting CP 2–2 (2–1 p.) Spain Reus Deportiu Spain Igualada
2015–16 Portugal OC Barcelos 6–3 Spain CP Vilafranca Portugal Barcelos
2016–17 Portugal OC Barcelos 4–2 Italy CGC Viareggio Italy Viareggio
2017–18 Spain CE Lleida 2–2 (1–0 p.) Portugal OC Barcelos Spain Lleida
2018–19 Spain Lleida

Performances[edit]

By club[edit]

Club Won Runners-up Years won Years runners-up
Portugal OC Barcelos 3 2 1995, 2016, 2017 1999, 2018
Italy Hockey Novara 3 1 1985, 1992, 1993 1984
Spain HC Liceo 3 0 1982, 1999, 2010
Spain CE Noia 2 2 1998, 2014 1987, 2001
Spain Reus Deportiu 2 2 2003, 2004 1991, 2015
Portugal Porto 2 1 1994, 1996 2002
Italy Amatori Vercelli 2 0 1983, 1988
Portugal Benfica 2 0 1991, 2011
Portugal Sporting CP 2 0 1984, 2015
Italy Hockey Bassano 1 3 2012 1986, 2004, 2005
Spain CP Tordera 1 2 1986 1995, 1996
Portugal CD Paço d'Arcos 1 2 2000 1988, 1998
Spain CP Vilanova 1 2 2007 2006, 2011
Spain CP Vic 1 2 2001 1994, 2013
Spain CP Voltregà 1 1 2002 2000
Italy HC Monza 1 1 1989 1982
Spain FC Barcelona 1 1 2006 1990
Spain CE Lleida 1 1 2018 2003
Portugal GD Sesimbra 1 0 1981
Italy Amatori Lodi 1 0 1987
Italy Hockey Seregno 1 0 1990
Portugal UD Oliveirense 1 0 1997
Italy Follonica Hockey 1 0 2005
Spain CP Tenerife 1 0 2008
Spain CH Mataró 1 0 2009
Spain CE Vendrell 1 0 2013
Spain Igualada HC 0 2 1988, 1992
Netherlands RC Lichtstad 0 1 1981
Italy AFP Giovinazzo 0 1 1983
Spain Cerdanyola CH 0 1 1985
Italy Hockey Thiene 0 1 1993
Portugal ACR Gulpilhares 0 1 1997
Portugal Candelária SC 0 1 2007
Italy Hockey Valdagno 0 1 2008
Spain CH Lloret 0 1 2009
Spain Blanes HCF 0 1 2010
Portugal HC Braga 0 1 2012
Italy Hockey Breganze 0 1 2014
Spain CP Vilafranca 0 1 2016
Italy CGC Viareggio 0 1 2017

By country[edit]

Country Winners Runners-up Winners Runners-up
 Spain 16 19 HC Liceo (3), CE Noia (2), Reus Deportiu (2), CP Tordera (1), CP Vic (1), CP Voltregà (1), FC Barcelona (1), CP Vilanova (1), CP Tenerife (1), CH Mataró (1), CE Vendrell (1), CE Lleida (1) CE Noia (2), Igualada HC (2), CP Vic (2), CP Tordera (2), CP Vilanova (2), Reus Deportiu (2), Cerdanyola CH (1), FC Barcelona (1), CP Voltregà (1), CE Lleida (1), CH Lloret (1), Blanes HCF (1), CP Vilafranca (1)
 Portugal 12 8 OC Barcelos (3), Benfica (2), Porto (2), Sporting CP (2), GD Sesimbra (1), UD Oliveirense (1), CD Paço d'Arcos (1) CD Paço d'Arcos (2), OC Barcelos (2), ACR Gulpilhares (1), Porto (1), Candelária SC (1), HC Braga (1)
 Italy 10 10 Hockey Novara (3), Amatori Vercelli (2), Amatori Lodi (1), HC Monza (1), Hockey Seregno (1), Follonica Hockey (1), Hockey Bassano (1) Hockey Bassano (3), HC Monza (1), AFP Giovinazzo (1), Hockey Novara (1), Hockey Thiene (1), Hockey Valdagno (1), Hockey Breganze (1), CGC Viareggio (1)
 Netherlands 0 1 RC Lichtstad (1)

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