Cerdanyola CH

Cerdanyola Club d'Hoquei, also known as Maheco Cerdanyola for sponsorship reasons, is a Catalan rink hockey club from Cerdanyola del Vallès (Vallès Occidental).

Cerdanyola
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Full nameCerdanyola Club d'Hoquei
Founded1936
Home groundPavelló Municipal Can Xarau – Paco Arpide,
Cerdanyola del Vallès, Catalonia
(Capacity 952)
ChairmanLluis Sisquella
ManagerJosé Emilio Borregán
LeagueOK Liga
2016–1711th
WebsiteOfficial website
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HistoryEdit

Established in 1936, it makes Cerdanyola the oldest rink hockey club in Spain.[1] The men's team, which nowadays plays in the second tier, major successes were reaching the finals of the 1973 Copa del Rey and the 1985 CERS Cup, lost to Reus Deportiu and Hockey Novara respectively. The women's team won both the OK Liga and the Copa de la Reina in 2010.[2]

TitlesEdit

Season to seasonEdit

Men's teamEdit

Season Tier Division Pos.
2007–08 1 OK Liga 14th
2008–09 2 1ª División 6th
2009–10 2 1ª División 8th[a]
2010–11 3 Nacional 13th
2011–12 3 Nacional 14th
2012–13 4 1ª Catalana 1st
2013–14 3 Nacional 3rd
2014–15 3 Nacional 14th
2015–16 4 1ª Catalana 4th
2016–17 3 Nacional 14th
2017–18 4 1ª Catalana 6th[b]
2018–19 3 Nacional 9th
  1. ^ Resigned to play in Primera División due to financial problems.
  2. ^ Achieved a vacant place in the third tier.

Women's teamEdit

Season Tier Division Pos. Copa de la Reina European Cup
2008–09 [a] Catalan league 3rd
2009–10 1 OK Liga 1st Champion
2010–11 1 OK Liga 8th Quarterfinalist
2011–12 1 OK Liga 11th
2012–13 1 OK Liga 12th[b]
2013–14 2 Nacional 4th
2014–15 2 Nacional 1st
2015–16 1 OK Liga 10th
2016–17 1 OK Liga 11th
2017–18 1 OK Liga 6th Quarterfinalist
2018–19 1 OK Liga 7th Runner-up
  1. ^ Catalan teams refused to participate in the new OK Liga.
  2. ^ Resigned to play in Primera División due to financial problems.

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