OK Liga Femenina

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OK Liga
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2017–18 OK Liga Femenina
OK Liga Femenina logo.jpg
Sport Rink hockey
Founded 2008
No. of teams 14
Country Spain
Most recent
champion(s)
Gijón Solimar (2nd title)
Most titles CP Voltregà (5 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 and is the women's version of the men's OK Liga.

History[edit]

The OK Liga Femenina was created in 2008. In its first edition, it was played without Catalan teams due to the high costs of the travels during the competition.[1]

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

2017–18 teams[edit]

OK Liga Femenina 2017–18 teams
OK Liga Femenina 2017–18 teams from Catalonia

Vila-sana promoted as champion of the Nacional Catalana. Due to the resigns to promote of Borbolla and Coslada, Citylift Girona and Reus Deportiu occupied their places as second and third qualified teams of the Nacional Catalana.

Team Arena City/Area
Alcorcón Prado de Santo Domingo Alcorcón
Bigues i Riells Pavelló d'Esports Bigues i Riells
Cerdanyola Can Xarau Cerdanyola del Vallès
Citylift Girona Palau II Girona
Generali Palau de Plegamans Maria Víctor Palau-solità i Plegamans
Hostelcur Gijón Mata-Jove Gijón
Las Rozas Pabellón Municipal Las Rozas
Liceo Elviña A Coruña
Manlleu Pavelló d'Esports Manlleu
RD Impagos Vilanova Pavelló d'Esports Vilanova i la Geltrú
Reus Deportiu Pavelló del Reus Deportiu Reus
SFERIC Terrassa La Maurina Terrassa
Vila-sana Pavelló d'Esports Vila-sana
Voltregà Victorià Oliveras de la Riva Sant Hipòlit de Voltregà

Champions by year[edit]

Campeonato de España[edit]

The Spanish Championship was played as a knock-out stage in one only city between the best teams at the interregional groups. It worked until 2008, when the current OK Liga was created.

Year Host Champion Runner-up Final
1993 Reus Igualada Barberà
1994 Alberic Igualada INEF Galicia
1995 A Coruña Igualada INEF Galicia
1996 Santander Igualada INEF Galicia
1997 Vila-seca Igualada Santa María del Pilar
1998 Santander Igualada INEF Galicia
1999 Alcoy Arenys de Munt INEF Galicia League
2000 Santander Igualada Arenys de Munt
2001 Lloret de Mar Bigues i Riells Arenys de Munt 3–2
2002 Ordes Voltregà Arenys de Munt 3–2
2003 Santander Salt Voltregà 2–2 (4–3 p)
2004 Arenys de Munt Arenys de Munt Voltregà 3–2
2005 Coslada Voltregà Alcorcón 9–2
2006 Sant Hipòlit de Voltregà Voltregà Gijón Solimar League
2007 Gijón Voltregà Gijón Solimar 4–1
2008 Burgos Voltregà Igualada 3–1

OK Liga[edit]

Season Teams Champion Pts Runner-up Pts Third place Pts
2008–09 8 Gijón Solimar 40 Alcorcón 37 Rivas Las Lagunas 30
2009–10 14 Cerdanyola 64 Gijón Solimar 63 Voltregà 62
2010–11 13 Voltregà 59 Girona 51 Arenys de Munt 51
2011–12 14 Voltregà 53 Girona 50 Igualada 50
2012–13 14 Voltregà 65 Gijón Solimar 59 Girona 53
2013–14 14 Voltregà 73 Manlleu 67 Gijón Solimar 60
2014–15 14 Palau de Plegamans 60 Voltregà 59 Manlleu 56
2015–16 14 Voltregà 68 Manlleu 61 Gijón Solimar 58
2016–17 14 Gijón Solimar 69 Voltregà 58 Palau de Plegamans 52

Titles by team[edit]

OK Liga[edit]

Team Winners Runners-up Years winners
Voltregà 5 2 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016
Gijón Solimar 2 2 2009, 2017
Cerdanyola 1 0 2010
Palau de Plegamans 1 0 2015
Girona 0 2
Manlleu 0 2
Alcorcón 0 1

Overall[edit]

Team Titles won
Voltregà 10 – 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016
Igualada 7 – 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000
Arenys de Munt 2 – 1999, 2004
Gijón Solimar 2 – 2009, 2017
Bigues i Riells 1 – 2001
Salt 1 – 2004
Cerdanyola 1 – 2010
Palau de Plegamans 1 – 2015

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Biesca y Mieres saldrán en la primera OK femenina" (in Spanish). La Nueva España. 30 September 2008. Retrieved 26 March 2017. 

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