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EuroHockey Club Champions Cup

The EuroHockey Club Champions Cup is a defunct men's field hockey competition for clubs in Europe. It was first played for in 1974. It was replaced by the Euro Hockey League in 2007. Unofficial tournaments were played in 1969 and then in 1970, in 1971, in 1972 and in 1973).

EuroHockey Club Champions Cup
SportField hockey
Founded1969
Inaugural season1974
Ceased2007
Replaced byEuro Hockey League
ConfederationEHF (Europe)
Last
champion(s)
Germany Crefeld (1st title)
(2007)
Most titlesGermany Uhlenhorst Mülheim (9 titles)

SummariesEdit

Year Host Final Third place match
Winner Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
1974 Utrecht, Netherlands  
1880 Frankfurt
1–0  
Kampong
 
Rot-Weiss Köln
2–1
after extra time
 
Royal Léopold
1975 Frankfurt, West Germany  
1880 Frankfurt
1–0  
Royal Léopold
 
Southgate
1–0  
Kampong
1976 Amsterdam, Netherlands  
Southgate
3–2  
Uccle
 
Rüsselsheim
4–2  
Slavia Praha
1977 London, England  
Southgate
4–1  
Uccle
 
CD Terrassa
3–2  
Schwarz-Weiß Köln
1978 Barcelona, Spain  
Southgate
5–2  
Rüsselsheim
 
Klein Zwitserland
5–2
after extra time
 
Real Club de Polo
1979 The Hague, Netherlands  
Klein Zwitserland
2–1  
Real Club de Polo
 
Rüsselsheim
5–1  
Edinburgh
1980 Barcelona, Spain  
Slough
1–0  
Klein Zwitserland
 
Real Club de Polo
1–0  
Frankenthal
1981 Brussel, Belgium  
Klein Zwitserland
4–0  
Sverdlosk
 
Real Club de Polo
5–2  
Slough
1982 Versailles, France  
Dynamo Alma-Ata
4–3  
Klein Zwitserland
 
Real Club de Polo
3–1  
Slough
1983 The Hague, Netherlands  
Dynamo Alma-Ata
4–2  
Klein Zwitserland
 
Southgate
3–1  
Real Club de Polo
1984 Terrassa, Spain  
Frankenthal
3–2  
Uccle
 
Atlètic Terrassa
4–3  
Klein Zwitserland
1985 Frankenthal, West Germany  
Atlètic Terrassa
3–0  
Klein Zwitserland
 
Dynamo Alma-Ata
9–4  
Frankenthal
1986 Utrecht, Netherlands  
Kampong
2–1  
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
 
Atlètic Terrassa
3–1  
Dynamo Alma-Ata
1987 Terrassa, Spain  
Bloemendaal
2–2
4–1
penalty strokes
 
Atlètic Terrassa
 
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
3–3
4–1
penalty strokes
 
Kampong
1988 Bloemendaal, Netherlands  
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
3–3
4–3
penalty strokes
 
Bloemendaal
 
Atlètic Terrasa
4–1  
Dynamo Alma-Ata
1989 Mülheim, West Germany  
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
2–0  
Atlètic Terrassa
 
Bloemendaal
3–0  
Southgate
1990 Frankfurt, West Germany  
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
2–0  
Atlètic Terrassa
 
Bloemendaal
4–2  
1880 Frankfurt
1991 Wassenaar, Netherlands  
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
4–2  
Atlètic Terrassa
 
HGC
7–1  
Hounslow
1992 Amsterdam, Netherlands  
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
7–2  
Atlètic Terrassa
 
Bloemendaal
2–1  
Racing Club de France
1993 Brussels, Belgium  
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
1–0  
Club Egara
 
Royal Léopold
0–0
4–3
penalty strokes
 
Racing Club de France
1994 Bloemendaal, Netherlands  
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
2–0  
Bloemendaal
 
Dürkheim
2–1  
Hounslow
1995 Mülheim, Germany  
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
1–0  
Amsterdam
 
Atlètic Terrassa
4–1  
Cernusco
1996 Mülheim, Germany  
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
3–0  
Amsterdam
 
Atlètic Terrassa
3–1  
Grunwald Poznań
1997 Amsterdam, Netherlands  
HGC
4–3  
Harvestehude
 
Club Egara
6–1  
Minsk
1998 Terrassa, Spain  
Atlètic Terrassa
2–1  
Amsterdam
 
Uhlenhorst Mülheim
4–0  
Lille
1999 Terrassa, Spain  
Den Bosch
2–1  
Club Egara
 
Harvestehude
7–2  
Grunwald Poznań
2000 Cannock, England  
Club an der Alster
1–1
5–3
penalty strokes
 
Bloemendaal
 
Club Egara
3–0  
Cannock
2001 Bloemendaal, Netherlands  
Bloemendaal
3–1  
Harvestehude
 
Club Egara
6–0  
Cannock
2002 Brasschaat, Belgium  
Club an der Alster
2–2
5–2
penalty strokes
 
Den Bosch
 
Club Egara
3–2  
Surbiton
2003 Brussels, Belgium  
Reading
1–1
4–2
penalty strokes
 
Real Club de Polo
 
Bloemendaal
5–2  
Grunwald Poznań
2004 Barcelona, Spain  
Real Club de Polo
1–0  
Club an der Alster
 
Amsterdam
1–1
4–3
penalty strokes
 
Reading
2005 Amsterdam, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
1–0  
Reading
 
Atlètic Terrassa
6–2  
Club an der Alster
2006 Cannock, England  
Stuttgarter Kickers
3–1  
Atlètic Terrassa
 
Oranje Zwart
5–2  
Pocztowiec Poznań
2007 Bloemendaal, Netherlands  
Crefeld
1–0  
Atlètic Terrassa
 
Bloemendaal
6–2  
Reading

Medal tablesEdit

Medal table by club
RankClubGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Uhlenhorst Mülheim91212
2  Southgate3025
3  Atlètic Terrassa27615
4  Klein Zwitserland2417
5  Bloemendaal23510
6  Club an der Alster2103
7  Dynamo Alma-Ata2013
8  1880 Frankfurt2002
9  Amsterdam1315
10  Real Club de Polo1236
11  Den Bosch1102
  Kampong1102
  Reading1102
14  HGC1012
15  Crefeld1001
  Frankenthal1001
  Slough1001
  Stuttgarter Kickers1001
19  Uccle0303
20  Club Egara0246
21  Harvestehude0213
22  Rüsselsheim0123
23  Royal Léopold0112
24  Sverdlosk0101
25  CD Terrassa0011
  Dürkheim0011
  Oranje Zwart0011
  Rot-Weiss Köln0011
Totals (28 clubs)343434102
Medal table by nation
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany (GER)[a]165728
2  Netherlands (NED)812929
3  England (ENG)5128
4  Spain (ESP)3111428
5  Soviet Union (URS)2114
6  Belgium (BEL)0415
Totals (6 nations)343434102

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Includes results from West German clubs between 1974 and 1990

External linksEdit