CERS Cup


CERS Cup
CERS Cup
Founded 1980
Governing body CERH
Website http://cerh.eu/
No. of teams 27
Current champion Portugal SL Benfica
(2nd title)
Most successful team(s) Spain HC Liceo
Italy H Novara
(3 titles)
2011 CERS Cup Final Four
rink hockey club competition organized by CERH, the European Rink Hockey Committee, since 1980. It is the second most important club competition and it features teams who could not enter the European League. It is played in a knockout format, where each team plays each other in a home-and-away basis in successive rounds until the final. Since 2008, a four-team final round held at a previously defined host venue has been used to determine the champion.

Contents

List of winners

Season Date Home team Score Away team
1980–81 13 June 1981 Portugal GD Sesimbra 4–1 Netherlands Lichstadt
27 June 1981 Netherlands Lichstadt 0–2 Portugal GD Sesimbra
GD Sesimbra won 6–1 on aggregate
1981–82 27 July 1982 Spain HC Liceo 12–4 Italy HC Monza
31 June 1982 Italy HC Monza 6–8 Spain HC Liceo
HC Liceo won 20–10 on aggregate
1982–83 2 July 1983 Italy Amatori Vercelli 6–4 Italy AFP Giovinazzo
Italy AFP Giovinazzo 2–7 Italy Amatori Vercelli
Amatori Vercelli won 13–6 on aggregate
1983–84 16 June 1984 Portugal Sporting CP 10–9 Spain CP Voltregá
23 June 1984 Spain CP Voltregá 3–6 Portugal Sporting CP
Sporting CP won 16–12 on aggregate
1984–85 22 June 1985 Spain Cerdanyola 4–4 Italy H Novara
29 June 1985 Italy H Novara 7–4 Spain Cerdanyola
H Novara won 11–8 on aggregate
1985–86 21 June 1986 Italy H Bassano 6–6 Spain CP Tordera
28 June 1986 Spain CP Tordera 11–4 Italy H Bassano
CP Tordera won 17–10 on aggregate
1986–87 16 June 1987 Spain Noia 7–5 Italy Amatori Lodi
23 June 1987 Italy Amatori Lodi 6–3 Spain CE Noia
Amatori Lodi won 11–10 on aggregate
1987–88 11 June 1988 Portugal CD Paço d'Arcos 4–3 Italy Amatori Vercelli
25 June 1988 Italy Amatori Vercelli 4–1 Portugal CD Paço d'Arcos
Amatori Vercelli won 7–4 on aggregate
1988–89 8 June 1989 Italy HC Monza 13–4 Spain Igualada
25 June 1989 Spain Igualada HC 5–4 Italy HC Monza
HC Monza won 17–9 on aggregate
1988–90 6 June 1990 Italy H Seregno 3–3 Spain FC Barcelona
20 June 1990 Spain FC Barcelona 6–7 Italy H Seregno
H Seregno won 10–9 on aggregate
1990–91 25 May 1991 Spain Reus Deportiu 6–4 Portugal SL Benfica
8 June 1991 Portugal SL Benfica 10–3 Spain Reus Deportiu
SL Benfica won 14–9 on aggregate
1991–92 16 May 1992 Spain Igualada 4–2 Italy H Novara
23 May 1992 Italy H Novara 4–1 Spain Igualada HC
H Novara won 6–5 on aggregate
1992–93 29 May 1993 Italy H Novara 8–2 Italy H Thiene
5 June 1993 Italy H Thiene 3–6 Italy H Novara
H Novara won 14–5 on aggregate
1993–94 27 June 1994 Spain CP Vic 5–2 Portugal FC Porto
9 July 1994 Portugal FC Porto 7–1 Spain CP Vic
FC Porto won 9–6 on aggregate
1994–95 3 June 1995 Spain CP Tordera 6–4 Portugal OC Barcelos
17 June 1995 Portugal OC Barcelos 6–0 Spain CP Tordera
OC Barcelos won 10–6 on aggregate
1995–96 15 June 1996 Portugal FC Porto 3–0 Spain CP Tordera
22 June 1996 Spain CP Tordera 1–7 Portugal FC Porto
FC Porto won 10–1 on aggregate
1996–97 13 June 1997 Portugal UD Oliveirense 3–2 Portugal ACR Gulpilhares
22 June 1997 Portugal ACR Gulpilhares 3–5 Portugal UD Oliveirense
UD Oliveirense won 8–5 on aggregate
1997–98 2 June 1998 Spain Noia 5–2 Portugal CD Paço d'Arcos
16 June 1998 Portugal CD Paço d'Arcos 4–2 Spain CE Noia
CE Noia won 7–6 on aggregate
1998–99 10 April 1999 Portugal OC Barcelos 7–4 Spain HC Liceo
17 April 1999 Spain HC Liceo 5–0 Portugal OC Barcelos
HC Liceo won 9–7 on aggregate
1999–00 1 April 2000 Portugal CD Paço d'Arcos 8–2 Spain CP Voltregá
16 April 2000 Spain CP Voltregá 2–3 Portugal CD Paço d'Arcos
CD Paço d'Arcos won 11–4 on aggregate
2000–01 3 March 2001 Spain CP Vic 4–4 Spain CE Noia
25 March 2001 Spain Noia 3–5 Spain CP Vic
CD Vic won 9–7 on aggregate
2001–02 7 April 2002 Portugal FC Porto 5–3 Spain CP Voltregá
20 April 2002 Spain CP Voltregá 5–2 Portugal FC Porto
CP Voltregá won 8–7 on aggregate
2002–03 12 April 2003 Spain Llista Blava 3–2 Spain Reus Deportiu
2 May 2003 Spain Reus Deportiu 5–0 Spain Llista Blava
Reus Deportiu won 7–3 on aggregate
2003–04 17 April 2004 Spain Reus Deportiu 5–0 Italy H Bassano
1 May 2004 Italy H Bassano 1–0 Spain Reus Deportiu
Reus Deportiu won 5–1 on aggregate
2004–05 16 April 2005 Italy H Bassano 0–4 Italy Follonica H
30 April 2005 Italy Follonica H 4–4 Italy H Bassano
Follonica H won 8–4 on aggregate
2005–06 8 April 2006 Spain FC Barcelona 3–1 Spain CP Vilanova
23 April 2006 Spain CP Vilanova 0–2 Spain FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona won 5–1 on aggregate
2006–07 10 March 2007 Portugal Candelária SC 1–1 Spain CP Vilanova
18 March 2007 Spain CP Vilanova 4–2 Portugal Candelária SC
CP Vilanova won 5–3 on aggregate
Final four format
2007–08 20 April 2008 Italy H Valdagno 5–6 Spain CP Tenerife
2008–09 19 April 2009 Spain CH Lloret 1–2 Spain CH Mataró
2009–10 16 May 2010 Spain CH Pati Blanes 2–7 Spain HC Liceo
2010–11 8 May 2011 Spain CP Vilanova 4–6 Portugal SL Benfica

Performances

By team

Team Winner Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Spain HC Liceo 3 0 1982, 1999, 2010
Italy H Novara 3 0 1985, 1992, 1993
Portugal FC Porto 2 1 1994, 1996 2002
Spain Reus Deportiu 2 1 2003, 2004 1991
Italy Amatori Vercelli 2 0 1983, 1988
Portugal SL Benfica 2 0 1991, 2011
Spain CP Tordera 1 2 1986 1995, 1996
Spain Noia 1 2 1998 1987, 2001
Portugal CD Paço d'Arcos 1 2 2000 1988, 1998
Spain CP Voltregá 1 2 2002 1984, 2000
Spain CP Vilanova 1 2 2007 2006, 2011
Italy HC Monza 1 1 1989 1982
Portugal OC Barcelos 1 1 1995 1999
Spain CP Vic 1 1 2001 1994
Spain FC Barcelona 1 1 2006 1990
Portugal GD Sesimbra 1 0 1981
Portugal Sporting CP 1 0 1984
Italy Amatori Lodi 1 0 1987
Italy H Seregno 1 0 1990
Portugal UD Oliveirense 1 0 1997
Italy Follonica H 1 0 2005
Spain CP Tenerife 1 0 2008
Spain CH Mataró 1 0 2009
Italy H Bassano 0 3 1986, 2004, 2005
Spain Igualada 0 2 1988, 1992
Netherlands Lichstadt 0 1 1981
Italy Giovinazzo 0 1 1983
Spain Cerdanyola 0 1 1985
Italy H Thiene 0 1 1993
Portugal ACR Gulpilhares 0 1 1997
Spain Llista Blava 0 1 2003
Portugal Candelária SC 0 1 2007
Italy H Valdagno 0 1 2008
Spain CH Lloret 0 1 2009
Spain CH Pati Blanes 0 1 2010

By country

Country Wins Losses
 Spain 13 17
 Italy 9 7
 Portugal 9 6
 Netherlands 0 1

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