División de Honor de Hockey Hierba 2012–13

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División de Honor 2012–13
Tournament Details
Dates September 30 – April 14 (regular season)
April 21 – May 12 (championship playoffs) –
Teams 12
Final Positions
Gold medal blank.svg Champions RC Polo (11th title)
Silver medal blank.svg Runner-up Club de Campo
Tournament Summary
Matches played 132
Goals scored 650 (4.92 per match)
Most Goals Roger Padrós, 28 goals

The División de Honor 2012–13 is the 50th season of the top flight of the Spanish domestic field hockey competitions since its inception in 1958. It began in autumn 2012. The defending champions are Atlètic Terrassa, while Caldaria-Barrocás and Junior are the teams promoted from División de Honor B.

RC Polo became champions by defeating Club de Campo 2–1 in the final series of championship playoffs. [1]

Competition[edit]

Format[edit]

The División de Honor season it divides into regular season and championship playoff. The regular season comprises 22 matchdays played from September to April through a round-robin format, a format quite common in other sports as football. When finished the 22 matchdays, the top 4 teams qualified at standings play the championship playoffs, while the bottom two teams are relegated to División de Honor B. Points during regular season are awarded as follows:

  • 2 points for a win
  • 1 point for a draw

During championship playoffs, both the semi finals and the Final are played to best of three matches.

2012–13 teams[edit]

División de Honor de Hockey Hierba 2012–13 is located in Spain
Club de Campo
Club de Campo
Complutense
Complutense
Atl. San Sebastián
Atl. San Sebastián
Pozuelo
Pozuelo
R.S. Tenis
R.S. Tenis
Caldaria- Barrocás
Caldaria- Barrocás
Atl. Terrassa
Atl. Terrassa
Egara
Egara
CD Terrassa
CD Terrassa
Polo
Polo
Júnior
Júnior
División de Honor de Hockey Hierba 2012–13 teams
División de Honor de Hockey Hierba 2012–13 is located in Canary Islands
Taburiente ACE G.C.
Taburiente ACE G.C.
Canary Islands
Team Stadium Capacity City/Area
Atlètic Terrassa Camp d'hoquei Josep Marquès 1,000 Terrassa
R.C. de Polo Camp d'hoquei Eduardo Dualde 600 Barcelona
Club de Campo Instalaciones Club de Campo 300 Madrid
Club Egara Pla del Bon Aire 800 Terrassa
Terrassa Instal·lacions CD Terrassa 400 Terrassa
Complutense Campo Municipal de Hockey 200 S.S. de los Reyes
Taburiente ACE G.C. Campo de Hockey Gran Canaria 100 Las Palmas de G.C.
R.S. Tenis Pista Polideportiva 100 Santander
Atlético San Sebastián Campo de Hockey Atl. San Sebastián 100 San Sebastián
Pozuelo Ciudad Deportiva Valle de las Cañas 300 Pozuelo de Alarcón
Caldaria-Barrocás Campo de Hockey de Mariñamansa 1,000 Ourense
Junior Instal·lacions Club Júnior 800 Sant Cugat del Vallès

Regular season standings[edit]

Team Pld W D L PF PA Dif Pts
1 R.C. Polo 22 19 2 1 119 16 103 40
2 Club de Campo 22 19 1 2 116 25 91 39
3 Club Egara 22 18 1 3 70 31 39 37
4 Atlètic Terrassa 22 15 3 4 82 30 52 33
5 Complutense 22 11 2 9 47 47 0 24
6 Junior 22 9 3 10 40 50 −10 21
7 Taburiente ACE G.C. 22 5 5 12 25 53 −28 15
8 R.S. Tenis 22 5 4 13 33 69 −36 14
9 Caldaria-Barrocás 22 5 4 13 30 88 −58 14
10 Atl. San Sebastián 22 4 5 34 74 38 −40 13
11 Pozuelo 22 2 4 16 32 84 −52 8
12 Terrassa 22 2 2 18 22 83 −61 6

Source: Real Federación Española de Hockey

Championship playoffs
Relegated

Championship playoffs[edit]

Semifinals (best to 3) Final (best to 3)
                   
1 R.C. Polo 2 (3) 3
4 Atlètic Terrassa 2 (2) 1
1 R.C. Polo 5 3 4
2 Club de Campo 3 6 1
2 Club de Campo 3 3 (7)
3 Club Egara 0 3 (6)
2012–13 División de Honor winners
Catalonia
R.C. de Polo
Eleventh title

Semifinals[edit]

1st leg[edit]

21 April
12:30 (UTC+2)
Club Egara 0–3 Club de Campo
Report Arana Penalty corner scored in the 8th minute 8'
Lasso Field goal scored in the 42nd minute 42'
Fürste Penalty corner scored in the 61st minute 61'
Pla del Bon Aire, Terrassa

21 April
12:30 (UTC+2)
Atlètic Terrassa 2–2 R.C. Polo
Sallés Penalty corner scored in the 18th minute 18'
R. Pablo Field goal scored in the 48th minute 48'
Report Casasayas Penalty corner scored in the 24th minute 24'
Lleonart Field goal scored in the 41st minute 41'
Penalties
S. Enrique Penalty stroke scored
Malgosa Penalty stroke scored
Pujal Penalty stroke missed
Sallés Penalty stroke missed
Freixa Penalty stroke missed
2–3 Penalty stroke scored Alegre
Penalty stroke scored Padrós
Penalty stroke missed Lleonart
Penalty stroke missed Casasayas
Penalty stroke scored Rey
Can Salas, Terrassa

2nd leg[edit]

27 April
12:30 (UTC+2)
Club de Campo 3–3 Club Egara
Arana Field goal scored
Deecke Field goal scored
Pérez-Pla Field goal scored
Report ?? Field goal scored Field goal scored
E. Tubau Field goal scored
Penalties
  4–3  
Instalaciones Club de Campo, Madrid

Club de Campo won series 2–0 and advanced to Final.


27 April
12:30 (UTC+2)
R.C. Polo 3–1 Atlètic Terrassa
Piera Field goal scored in the 10th minute 10'
Padrós Field goal scored in the 16th minute 16'
Terraza Penalty corner scored
Report R. Pablo Field goal scored
Eduardo Dualde, Barcelona

R.C. Polo won series 2–0 and advanced to Final.

Final[edit]

1st leg[edit]

5 May
13:00 (UTC+2)
Club de Campo 3–5 R.C. Polo
?? Penalty corner scored
?? Field goal scored
?? Field goal scored
Report ?? Field goal scored
?? Field goal scored
?? Field goal scored
?? Field goal scored
?? Field goal scored
Instalaciones Club de Campo, Madrid
Umpires:
Aitor Iparraguirre, Luis Mariano Martínez

2nd leg[edit]

11 May
13:00 (UTC+2)
R.C. Polo 3–6 Club de Campo
Alegre Field goal scored in the 1st minute 1'
Casanovas Field goal scored in the 35th minute 35'
Rey Field goal scored in the 46th minute 46'
Report Fürste Field goal scored in the 15th minute 15'
Deecke Field goal scored in the 17th minute 17' Field goal scored in the 36th minute 36'
Arana Field goal scored in the 28th minute 28'
Mir Field goal scored in the 45th minute 45'
Eduardo Dualde, Barcelona

3rd leg[edit]

12 May
12:30 (UTC+2)
R.C. Polo 4–1 Club de Campo
Lleonart Penalty corner scored in the 21st minute 21'
Padrós Penalty stroke scored in the 25th minute 25'
Piera Field goal scored in the 32nd minute 32'
Casasayas Field goal scored in the 48th minute 48'
Report Fürste Penalty corner scored
Eduardo Dualde, Barcelona

R.C. Polo won the final series 2–1 and became champions.

Top goalscorers [2][edit]

  • Regular season only.
Player Goals Team
Spain Roger Padrós 28 RC Polo
Germany Moritz Fürste 23 Club de Campo
Spain Xavi Lleonart 17 RC Polo
Spain Àlex Casasayas 16 RC Polo
Spain Eduard Arbós 15 Club Egara
Spain David Alegre 15 RC Polo
Wales Rufus McNaught-Barrington 14 R.S. Tenis
Spain Xurxo Cid 13 Caldaria-Barrocás
Spain Marc Sallés 12 Atlètic Terrassa
Spain Diego Arana 12 Club de Campo

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