OK Liga Femenina

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OK Liga
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2013–14 OK Liga Femenina
OK Liga Femenina logo.jpg
Sport rink hockey
Founded 1993
No. of teams 14
Country Spain
Most recent champion(s) Voltregà (2013–14)
Most titles CP Voltregà, 4 titles
TV partner(s) FEP TV
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to Primera División Femenina
Domestic cup(s) Copa de la Reina
Official website fep.es

OK Liga Femenina is a Spanish rink hockey league for women. It has been held since 2008. It is the women's version of OK Liga.

Competition format[edit]

The championship is played through 26 matchdays in a round-robin format, a format quite common in other sports such as football. The top team when finished to play the 26 matchdays is the champion.

Conversely, the last team qualified is relegated to Primera División.

Points are awarded as follows:

  • 3 points for the winner team
  • 1 point if a draw for each team
  • 0 points for loser team

2014–15 season teams[edit]

OK Liga Femenina is located in Spain
Gijón
Gijón
Alcorcón
Alcorcón
Sta Mª Pilar
Sta Mª Pilar
OK Liga Femenina 2014–15 teams
OK Liga Femenina is located in Catalonia
Voltregà
Voltregà
Girona
Girona
Igualada
Igualada
Manlleu
Manlleu
SFERIC
SFERIC
Palau
Palau
Bigues
Bigues
Vilanova
Vilanova
Sant Cugat
Sant Cugat
Mataró
Mataró
OK Liga Femenina 2014–15 teams from Catalonia
Team Arena Established City/Area
Voltregà Victorià Oliveras de la Riva 1955 Sant Hipòlit de Voltregà
Manlleu Pavelló d'Esports 1973 Manlleu
Hostelcur Gijón Pabellón Mata-Jove 1995 Gijón
Vilanova Estació Naútica Pavelló d'Esports 1951 Vilanova i la Geltrú
Generali Palau de Plegamans Maria Víctor 1975 Palau-solità i Plegamans
Alcorcón Prado Santo Domingo 1980 Alcorcón
Bigues i Riells Pavelló d'Esports 1991 Bigues i Riells
Sant Cugat Pavelló Municipal 1967 Sant Cugat del Vallès
SFERIC Terrassa Poliesportiu La Maurina 1950 Terrassa
Igualada Les Comes 1950 Igualada
Girona Palau II 1940 Girona
Filtros Cartés SMP Pabellón Sta Mª Pilar 1953 Madrid
Banco Mediolanum Mataró Jaume Parera 1951 Mataró

Champions by year[edit]

Year Champion Runner-up
Campeonato de España
1993 Igualada Barberà
1994 Igualada INEF Galicia
1995 Igualada INEF Galicia
1996 Igualada INEF Galicia
1997 Igualada Sta. María del Pilar
1998 Igualada INEF Galicia
1999 Arenys de Munt INEF Galicia
2000 Igualada Arenys de Munt
2001 Bigues i Riells Arenys de Munt
2002 Voltregà Arenys de Munt
2003 Salt Voltregà
2004 Arenys de Munt Voltregà
2005 Voltregà Alcorcón
2006 Voltregà Biesca Gijón
2007 Voltregà Biesca Gijón
2008 Voltregà Igualada
OK Liga Femenina
2009 Biesca Gijón Alcorcón
2010 Cerdanyola Biesca Gijón
2011 Voltregà Girona
2012 Voltregà Girona
2013 Voltregà Gijón
2014 Voltregà Manlleu
2015 Palau de Plegamans Voltregà

Titles by team[edit]

Team Titles won
Voltregà 9 – 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
Igualada 7 – 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000
Arenys de Munt 2 – 1999, 2004
Bigues i Riells 1 – 2001
Salt 1 – 2004
Gijón 1 – 2009
Cerdanyola 1 – 2010
Palau de Plegamans 1 – 2015

See also[edit]

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