Women's EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup

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Women's EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2020 Women's EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup
SportIndoor hockey
Founded1990; 29 years ago (1990)
Inaugural season1990
No. of teams8
ConfederationEHF (Europe)
Most recent
champion(s)
Netherlands Laren (1st title)
(2019)
Most titlesGermany Rüsselsheim (15 titles)
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toEuroHockey Indoor Club Trophy

The Women's EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup is an annual indoor hockey club competition organised by the EHF. It is the premier club tournament of Europe for indoor hockey and contested by the women's champions of the eight strongest EHF national associations.

Format[edit]

A total of eight teams competes in the EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup, the champions of those nations ranked one to six in the previous year’s Cup and the champions of those 2 nations promoted from the previous year’s Trophy, the second level.[1]

The eight teams are divided into two groups and play each other once. If a game is won, the winning team receives 5 points. A draw results in both teams receiving 2 points. A loss gives the losing team 1 point unless the losing team lost by 3 or more goals, then they receive 0 points.[1] The top two teams advance to the semi-finals and the bottom two teams will be placed in pool C, the relegation pool. Each team in Pool C will carry forward the result of the match against that other team in their original pool (A or B) who also goes forward with them into Pool C. Each team will play the other 2 teams in Pool C once. The bottom two teams in pool C are relegated.[1]

Summaries[edit]

Year Host Final Third Place Playoff
Winner Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place
1990
Details
Groningen, Netherlands West Germany
Brandenburg
England
Slough
Netherlands
Groningen
Scotland
Glasgow Western
1991
Details
Amiens, France Germany
Rüsselsheim
England
Ipswich
Scotland
Glasgow Western
France
Amiens
1992
Details
Rüsselsheim am Main, Germany Germany
Rüsselsheim
Spain
Atlético Madrid
Scotland
Glasgow Western
Netherlands
Groningen
1993
Details
Berlin, Germany Germany
Berliner HC
Germany
Rüsselsheim
England
Hightown
Scotland
Glasgow Western
1994
Details
Rüsselsheim am Main, Germany Germany
Rüsselsheim
Germany
Berliner HC
Scotland
Edinburgh
England
Hightown
1995
Details
Rüsselsheim am Main, Germany Germany
Rüsselsheim
England
Slough
Spain
Valdeluz
Lithuania
Eurovil
1996
Details
Bratislava, Slovakia Germany
Rüsselsheim
Germany
Berliner HC
England
Hightown
Spain
Valdeluz
1997
Details
Amiens, France Germany
Rüsselsheim
Germany
Berliner HC
Spain
Club de Campo
England
Slough
1998
Details
Rüsselsheim am Main, Germany Germany
Rüsselsheim
Germany
Eintracht Frankfurt
Spain
Club de Campo
England
Slough
1999
Details
Glasgow, Scotland Germany
Rüsselsheim
England
Slough
Spain
Real Sociedad
Lithuania
Siauliai
2000
Details
Cambrai, France Germany
Rüsselsheim
Germany
Klipper Hamburg
Belarus
Grodno
Lithuania
Siauliai
2001
Details
Angers, France Germany
Rüsselsheim
Germany
Berliner HC
Scotland
Glasgow Western
Lithuania
Siauliai
2002
Details
Hamburg, Germany Germany
Rüsselsheim
Germany
Klipper Hamburg
Belarus
Grodno
Netherlands
Rotterdam
2003
Details
Cambrai, France Germany
Rüsselsheim
Belarus
Grodno
Netherlands
Den Bosch
England
Slough
2004
Details
Rüsselsheim am Main, Germany Germany
Rüsselsheim
Belarus
Grodno
Austria
Vienna Neudorf
Lithuania
Siauiai Gintra
2005
Details
Prague, Czech Republic Germany
Rüsselsheim
Belarus
Grodno
Netherlands
HGC
France
Cambrai
2006
Details
Sant Cugat del Vallès, Spain Germany
Rüsselsheim
Belarus
Grodno
France
Cambrai
Spain
Junior
2007
Details
Hamburg, Germany Germany
Club an der Alster
Belarus
Grodno
Netherlands
Kampong
Lithuania
HFTC
2008
Details
Prague, Czech Republic Germany
Harvestehude
Spain
Club de Campo
Belarus
Grodno
Ukraine
Sumchanka
2009
Details
Madrid, Spain Germany
Club an der Alster
Ukraine
Sumchanka
Netherlands
Laren
Spain
Club de Campo
2010
Details
Sumy, Ukraine Germany
Club an der Alster
Spain
Club de Campo
Netherlands
Kampong
Ukraine
Sumchanka
2011
Details
Mannheim, Germany Germany
TSV Mannheim
Belarus
Victorya Smolevichi
Netherlands
Kampong
Lithuania
Gintra Streke UNI HC
2012
Details
Vienna, Austria Germany
Berliner HC
Belarus
Grodno
Netherlands
Kampong
Spain
Club de Campo
2013
Details
Vienna, Austria Netherlands
Den Bosch
Spain
Club de Campo
Germany
Rot-Weiss Köln
Czech Republic
Slavia Praha
2014
Details
Cambrai, France Germany
Berliner HC
Spain
Club de Campo
Czech Republic
Slava Praha
Netherlands
Amsterdam
2015
Details
Šiauliai, Lithuania Germany
UHC Hamburg
8–0 Spain
Club de Campo
Ukraine
Sumchanka
4–4
(2–1 (s.o.)
Czech Republic
Slavia Praha
2016
Details
Minsk, Belarus Germany
Düsseldorfer HC
2–0 Spain
Club de Campo
Czech Republic
Slavia Praha
2–0 Austria
Arminen
2017
Details
Wettingen, Switzerland Germany
Mannheimer HC
5–3 Belarus
Minsk
Switzerland
Rotweiss Wettingen
3–2 Spain
Club de Campo
2018
Details
Dundee, Scotland Germany
UHC Hamburg
6–2 Spain
Club de Campo
Netherlands
Amsterdam
1–1
(2–1 s.o.)
Ukraine
Sumchanka
2019
Details
Hamburg, Germany Netherlands
Laren
3–1 Russia
Dinamo Elektrostal
Germany
Club an der Alster
7–0 Spain
Club de Campo
2020
Details
The Hague, Netherlands

Source[2]

Records and statictics[edit]

Performances by club[edit]

Medal table by club
RankClubGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Germany Rüsselsheim151016
2Germany Berliner HC3407
3Germany Club an der Alster3014
4Germany UHC Hamburg2002
5Netherlands Den Bosch1012
Netherlands Laren1012
7Germany Brandenburg1001
Germany Düsseldorfer HC1001
Germany Harvestehude1001
Germany Mannheimer HC1001
Germany TSV Mannheim1001
12Spain Club de Campo0729
13Belarus Grodno0639
14England Slough0303
15Germany Klipper Hamburg0202
16Ukraine Sumchanka0112
17Spain Atlético Madrid0101
Russia Dinamo Elektrostal0101
Germany Eintracht Frankfurt0101
England Ipswich0101
21–36Remaining022123
Totals (36 clubs)30303090

Performances by nation[edit]

Medal table by nation
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Germany (GER)[a]288238
2 Netherlands (NED)20911
3 Spain (ESP)08412
4 Belarus (BLR)08311
5 England (ENG)0426
6 Ukraine (UKR)0112
7 Russia (RUS)0101
8 Scotland (SCO)0044
9 Czech Republic (CZE)0022
10 Austria (AUT)0011
 France (FRA)0011
  Switzerland (SUI)0011
Totals (12 nations)30303090

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Includes results from West German clubs in 1990

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Regulations for EuroHockey Indoor Club Competitions Club Cup (Men & Women)" (PDF). European Hockey Federation. November 2017. Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Competitions Archive". European Hockey Federation. Retrieved 15 February 2019.