CP Vic

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CP Vic
Patí Vic logo.png
Full name Club Patí Vic
Founded 1951
Home ground Pavelló del Club Patí Vic,
Catalonia, Spain
(Capacity 3,500)
Manager Spain Gerard Pujol
League OK Liga
2016–17 4th

Club Patí Vic is a Spanish rink hockey club based in Vic, in the autonomous community of Catalonia. Founded in 1951, the club currently plays in the OK Liga, holding its home games at the Pavelló del Club Patí Vic, with capacity of 3,500 seats.


Vic players, against Liceo in 2012.

Founded in 1951, CP Vic is the oldest hockey club in the Catalan comarca of Osona. In the 1970s, the club acquired some terrains for its own development and its main arena was used for the 1992 Summer Olympics.

In 1999, CP Vic won its first national title by conquering the Copa del Rey, repeating this achievement in 2009, 2010 and most recently, in 2015.[1]

In 2001, the club won its first European title by defeating Noia in the CERS Cup final. Vic also played three times the final of the CERH European League, but could not lift yet the trophy of the top European competition.

The club's last title was the Intercontinental Cup won in 2016 against Argentine club Huracán by 5–1.[2] However, this title is not considered as official by the CERS.[3]

Season to season[edit]

Season Tier Division Pos. Copa del Rey Supercopa Europe
2001–02 1 OK Liga 10th N/A 1 European League GS
2002–03 1 OK Liga 3rd Runner-up
2003–04 1 OK Liga 6th Quarterfinalist 1 European League GS
2004–05 1 OK Liga 4th Runner-up 2 CERS Cup PR
2005–06 1 OK Liga 3rd Semifinalist Runner-up 1 European League GS
2006–07 1 OK Liga 5th Quarterfinalist 1 European League SF
2007–08 1 OK Liga 5th Runner-up 1 European League SF
2008–09 1 OK Liga 3rd Champion 1 European League RU
2009–10 1 OK Liga 3rd Champion Champion 1 European League RU
2010–11 1 OK Liga 7th Semifinalist Champion 1 European League GS
2011–12 1 OK Liga 10th 1 European League GS
2012–13 1 OK Liga 5th Quarterfinalist 2 CERS Cup RU
2013–14 1 OK Liga 3rd Semifinalist 2 CERS Cup QF
2014–15 1 OK Liga 4th Champion 1 European League RU
2015–16 1 OK Liga 2nd Runner-up Semifinalist 1 European League QF
2016–17 1 OK Liga 4th Semifinalist Semifinalist 1 European League GS
2017–18 1 OK Liga 11th 1 European League GS



  1. ^ "El Vic gana su cuarta Copa del Rey" (in Spanish). Marca. 1 March 2015. Retrieved 1 May 2017.
  2. ^ "5-1: El CP Vic gana la controvertida Copa Intercontinental" (in Spanish). Mundo Deportivo. 29 December 2016. Retrieved 22 May 2017.
  3. ^ "CERS-RH não reconhece Intercontinental" (in Portuguese). Hoqueipt.com. 23 December 2016. Retrieved 12 October 2017.

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