Copa del Rey de Hockey Patines

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Copa del Rey de Hockey Patines
SportRoller hockey
Founded1944
No. of teams8
CountrySpain
Most recent
champion(s)
Barcelona
Most titlesBarcelona
(22 titles)
TV partner(s)Teledeporte, Esport3, FEP TV
Official websitewww.fep.es

The Copa del Rey de Hockey Patines is an annual Spanish rink hockey competition which is contested by eight teams. It held every year at a neutral venue. The first eight teams in standings just to half-season take part in Copa del Rey. The Copa del Rey's winners play in the next edition of CERS Cup.

Competition format[edit]

Trophy given to the winners.

Since 1999, the competition is played with a Final Eight format. At the end of the first half of the regular season, the top seven teams from the Spanish League and the host one, if it is not between these teams, qualify for the tournament. The eight teams play a play-off at one venue, over four days, eventually producing a winner.

Champions by year[edit]

Year Host Winners Runners-up Score
1944 Barcelona Espanyol Cerdanyola 4–1
1945 Reus Unió Barcelona Girona 2–1
1946 Girona Reus Ploms Espanyol 6–3
1947 Barcelona Espanyol GEiEG 9–3
1948 Reus Espanyol Club Patí 3–1
1949 Barcelona Espanyol GEiEG 6–0
1950 Barcelona Club Patí Reus Deportiu 5–2
1951 Barcelona Espanyol Reus Deportiu 9–4
1952 Barcelona Reus Deportiu Espanyol 2–1
1953 Barcelona Barcelona Espanyol 2–1
1954 Valencia Espanyol Reus Deportiu 2–1
1955 Madrid Espanyol Barcelona 2–1
1956 Barcelona Espanyol Barcelona 2–1
1957 Salamanca Espanyol Barcelona 2–1
1958 Madrid Barcelona Espanyol League
1959 Sant Hipòlit de Voltregà Arrahona Voltregà
1960 Barcelona Voltregà Barcelona
1961 Salt Espanyol Igualada
1962 Palma de Mallorca Espanyol Voltregà
1963 Cerdanyola del Vallès Barcelona Voltregà
1964 A Coruña Vilanova Voltregà
1965 Girona Voltregà Arrahona 2–0
1966 Barcelona Reus Deportiu Vilanova 1–0
1967 Mataró Mataró Vilanova 2–1
1968 Alicante Vilanova Montemar 2–1
1969 Sant Carles de la Ràpita Voltregà Barcelona 4–1
1970 Barcelona Reus Deportiu Voltregà 5–1
1971 Barcelona Reus Deportiu Noia 4–1
1972 Sabadell Barcelona Reus Deportiu 3–1
1973 Mieres Reus Deportiu Cerdanyola 5–4
1974 Sevilla Voltregà Barcelona 4–2
1975 Sabadell Barcelona Voltregà 3–1
1976 Alcoy Vilanova Voltregà
1977 Murcia Voltregà Barcelona 7–2
1978 Lloret de Mar Barcelona Voltregà 5–4
1979 Alcobendas Barcelona Reus Deportiu 2–0
1980 Salamanca Cibeles Barcelona 4–0
1981 Vic Barcelona Cibeles 4–2
1982 Alcoy Liceo Reus Deportiu 8–5
1983 Santa Cruz de Tenerife Reus Deportiu Liceo 4–1
1984 A Coruña Liceo Barcelona 4–2
1985 Palma de Mallorca Barcelona Liceo 7–0
1986 A Coruña / Barcelona Barcelona Liceo 3–3 / 5–2
1987 Barcelona / A Coruña Barcelona Liceo 12–3 / 6–6
1988 Oviedo Liceo Noia Did not attend
1989 A Coruña / Igualada Liceo Igualada 7–7 / 4–3
1990 Alcobendas Dominicos Reus Deportiu 2–1
1991 Oviedo Liceo Voltregà 5–1
1992 Lloret de Mar Igualada Voltregà 2–1
1993 Santiago de Compostela Igualada Voltregà 6–3
1994 Sant Sadurní d'Anoia Barcelona Liceo 5–3
1995 Cerdanyola del Vallès Liceo Vic 5–2
1996 Cerdanyola del Vallès Liceo Igualada 5–4
1997 Alcobendas Liceo Igualada 9–3
1998 Blanes Noia Igualada 3–3
1999 Alcobendas Vic Igualada 6–6
2000 Blanes Barcelona Voltregà 3–3
2001 Sant Sadurní d'Anoia Blanes Voltregà 3–2
2002 Vic Barcelona Igualada 3–1
2003 Vilanova i la Geltrú Barcelona Vic 2–0
2004 Jerez de la Frontera Liceo Igualada 2–0
2005 Reus Barcelona Vic 2–0
2006 Lloret de Mar Reus Deportiu Barcelona 3–2
2007 Alcoy Barcelona Reus Deportiu 3–1
2008 Igualada Noia Vic 2–2 (p. 1–0)
2009 A Coruña Vic Barcelona 2–1
2010 Lloret de Mar Vic Vilanova 4–2
2011 Blanes Barcelona Reus Deportiu 4–2
2012 Vilanova i la Geltrú Barcelona Noia 3–2
2013 Oviedo Vendrell Reus Deportiu 4–3
2014 Lleida Vendrell Barcelona 6–3
2015 Blanes Vic Barcelona 2–1
2016 Reus Barcelona Vic 4–1
2017 Alcobendas Barcelona Reus Deportiu 4–3
2018 Lloret de Mar Barcelona Liceo 2–1

Performance by club[edit]

Club Titles Runners-up Seasons
Barcelona 22 13 1953, 1958, 1963, 1972, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1994, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2016, 2017, 2018
Espanyol 11 4 1944, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1961, 1962
Liceo 9 6 1982, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2004
Reus Deportiu 7 11 1952, 1966, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1983, 2006
Voltregà 5 13 1960, 1965, 1969, 1974, 1977
Vic 4 5 1999, 2009, 2010, 2015
Vilanova 3 3 1964, 1968, 1976
Igualada 2 8 1992, 1993
Noia 2 3 1998, 2008
Moritz Vendrell 2 0 2013, 2014
Arrahona 1 1 1959
Cibeles 1 1 1980
Unió Barcelona 1 0 1945
Reus Ploms 1 0 1946
CP Barcelona 1 0 1950
Mataró 1 0 1967
Dominicos 1 0 1990
Blanes 1 0 2001
GEiEG 0 2
Cerdanyola 0 2
Girona 0 1
Club Patí 0 1
Montemar 0 1

Champions by Autonomous Communities[edit]

Titles Autonomous Community
64 Catalonia Catalonia
10 Galicia (Spain) Galicia
1 Asturias Asturias
75 TOTAL

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