Roller Hockey Intercontinental Cup

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Roller Hockey Intercontinental Cup
Founded 1983
Region International (World Skate)
Number of teams 4
Current champions Spain FC Barcelona
(5th title)
Most successful team(s) Spain FC Barcelona
Spain HC Liceo
(5 titles each)
2017 Roller Hockey Intercontinental Cup

The World Skate Intercontinental Cup, until 2017 known as the FIRS Intercontinental Cup, is a roller hockey competition supervised by World Skate and contested between the 2016 and 2017 CERH European League champions and the 2016 and 2017 CSP South American Roller Hockey Club Championship/CPP Pan-American Roller Hockey Club Championship winners.

History[edit]

The Intercontinental Cup was established in 1983.

In 2006, the then-CIRH (Comité Internationale de Rink-Hockey) tried to establish a World Club Championship, but that competition was quickly discontinued in favor of the Intercontinental Cup.

In 2017, the Fédération Internationale de Roller Sports (FIRS) merged with the International Skateboarding Federation (ISF) to form World Skate, which will organize the 2017 Intercontinental Cup to be disputed in a Final Four format by the 2016 and 2017 CERH European League champions, Benfica and Reus, and the 2016 and 2017 CSP South American Club Championship/CPP Pan-American Club Championship winners, Andes Talleres and Concepción, with Benfica facing Andes Talleres and Reus facing Concepción. Future editions will be played by the European, Americas, African, Asian and Oceanic champions.[1]

Winners[edit]

2007 trophy

In 2016, Spanish club Vic defeated CA Huracán by 5–1. However, this edition is not considered official by the CERS.[2]

Year Location Winner Score Runners-up
1983 Brazil Sertãozinho Spain FC Barcelona
League Portugal FC Porto
1985 Argentina Rawson, San Juan Argentina UVT 5–3, 5–4 Spain FC Barcelona
1987 Spain A Coruña Spain HC Liceo 7–3, 17–2 Argentina Concepción PC
1989 Spain A Coruña Spain HC Liceo 11–4, 8–2 Argentina CD Unión Estudiantil
1992 Brazil Sertãozinho Portugal OC Barcelos
2–1, 7–3 Brazil Sertãozinho HC
1993 Spain A Coruña Spain HC Liceo
7–5, 11–3 Argentina CD Unión Estudiantil
1998 Spain Barcelona Spain FC Barcelona
13–1 Argentina UVT
2004 Spain Santiago de Compostela Spain HC Liceo 9–1, 10–2 Argentina CD Unión Estudiantil
2006 Spain Alcoy Spain FC Barcelona 8–3 Argentina Olimpia PC
2007 Italy Follonica Italy Follonica Hockey 4–2 Argentina Concepción PC
2008 Spain Molins de Rei Spain FC Barcelona 3–1 Argentina Concepción PC
2010 Spain Reus Spain Reus Deportiu 4–1 Argentina Club Petroleros YPF
2012 Spain A Coruña Spain HC Liceo 6–4 Argentina CA Huracán
2013 Portugal Torres Novas Portugal SL Benfica 10–3 Brazil SC Recife
2014 Spain Barcelona Spain FC Barcelona 6–2 Argentina Club Petroleros YPF
2017 Spain Reus

Statistics[edit]

Winners by team[edit]

Team Winners Runners-up
Flag of Spain.svg FC Barcelona 5 (1983, 1998, 2006, 2008, 2014) 1 (1986)
Flag of Spain.svg HC Liceo 5 (1987, 1989, 1993, 2004, 2012) 0
Flag of Argentina.svg UVT 1 (1986) 1 (1998)
Flag of Portugal.svg OC Barcelos 1 (1992) 0
Flag of Italy.svg Follonica Hockey 1 (2007) 0
Flag of Spain.svg Reus Deportiu 1 (2010) 0
Flag of Portugal.svg SL Benfica 1 (2013) 0
Flag of Argentina.svg Concepción PC 0 3 (1987, 2007, 2008)
Flag of Argentina.svg CD Unión Estudiantil 0 3 (1989, 1993, 2004)
Flag of Argentina.svg Club Petroleros YPF 0 2 (2010, 2014)
Flag of Argentina.svg CA Huracán 0 1 (2012)
Flag of Portugal.svg FC Porto 0 1 (1983)
Flag of Brazil.svg Sertãozinho HC 0 1 (1992)
Flag of Argentina.svg Olimpia PC 0 1 (2006)
Flag of Brazil.svg SC Recife 0 1 (2013)

Winners by country[edit]

Country Winners Runners-up
Flag of Spain.svg Spain 11 1
Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal 2 1
Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina 1 11
Flag of Italy.svg Italy 1 0
Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil 0 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Benfica na nova Intercontinental". HóqueiPT. 
  2. ^ "CERS-RH não reconhece Intercontinental" (in Portuguese). Hoqueipt.com. 23 December 2016. Retrieved 12 October 2017. 

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