EuroHockey Club Champions Cup (women)

The EuroHockey Club Champions Cup, previously known as the European Club Championship, was the leading woman's field hockey competition for clubs in Europe. The competition was first contested in 1974, and played out its last edition in 2019.

EuroHockey Club Champions Cup
Most recent season or competition:
2019 EuroHockey Club Champions Cup
SportField hockey
Founded1974
Ceased2019
Replaced byEuro Hockey League
No. of teams8
ConfederationEHF (Europe)
Last
champion(s)
Netherlands Amsterdam (14th title)
(2019)
Most titlesNetherlands Den Bosch (16 titles)

The competition is replaced by the Women's Euro Hockey League.

ResultsEdit

Season Host Final Third place game
Winner Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
1974 Hamburg, West Germany  
Harvestehude
1–0  
Uccle
 
Stade Français
2–1  
De Kieviten
1975 Brussels, Belgium  
Amsterdam
1–0  
Eintracht Braunschweig
 
Uccle
2–1  
Harvestehude
1976 Amstelveen, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
3–1  
Eintracht Braunschweig
 
Slavia Prague
3–1  
Uccle
1977 Vienna, Austria  
Amsterdam
3–0  
Eintracht Braunschweig
 
Uccle
3–1  
Slavia Prague
1978 Barcelona, Spain  
Amsterdam
1–0  
Großflottbek
 
Were Di
2–1  
Uccle
1979 The Hague, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
3–1  
Uccle
 
Glasgow Western
1–1  
Were Di
1980 Barcelona, Spain  
Amsterdam
1–0 (a.e.t.)  
Glasgow Western
 
Muckcross
1–0  
Großflottbek
1981 Brussels, Belgium  
Amsterdam
2–1  
Glasgow Western
 
Blau-Weiss Köln
2–1  
Portadown
1982 Alba, Italy  
Amsterdam
1–0  
1. Hanauer THC
 
Spartak Moscow
1–1 (a.e.t.)  
Pegasus
1983 The Hague, Netherlands  
HGC
2–0  
Bayer Leverkusen
 
Amsterdam
3–2  
SKIF Moscow
1984 Wassenaar, The Hague  
HGC
3–1  
Kolos Borispol
 
Amsterdam
3–0  
Bayer Leverkusen
1985 Frankenthal, West Germany  
HGC
1–1 (a.e.t.)
(13–12 p.s.)
 
SKIF Moscow
 
Amsterdam
4–2  
1. Hanauer THC
1986 Utrecht, Netherlands  
HGC
3–1  
Kolos Borispol
 
Bayer Leverkusen
4–1  
Glasgow Western
1987 Wassenaar, Netherlands  
HGC
1–0  
Blau-Weiss Köln
 
Andizhanka Andizhan
2–1  
Slough
1988 Bloemendaal, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
4–0  
Kolos Borispol
 
Glasgow Western
5–4  
HGC
1989 Wassenaar, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
3–2  
Glasgow Western
 
HGC
1–0  
1880 Frankfurt
1990 Frankfurt, West Germany  
Amsterdam
4–0  
Glasgow Western
 
Kolos Borispol
3–2  
Club de Campo
1991 Wassenaar, Netherlands  
HGC
2–1  
Glasgow Western
 
Amsterdam
1–0  
Club de Campo
1992 Amstelveen, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
4–0  
Glasgow Western
 
HGC
6–0  
Eintracht Frankfurt
1993 Brussels, Belgium  
Rüsselsheimer RK
1–1 (a.e.t.)
(p.s.)
 
Amsterdam
 
Slough
1–1(a.e.t.)
(p.s.)
 
Glasgow Western
1994 Bloemendaal, Netherlands  
HGC
 
Rüsselsheimer RK
 
Ipswich
 
Glasgow Western
1995 Utrecht, Netherlands  
Kampong
 
Berliner HC
 
Siauliai
 
Glasgow Western
1996 Rüsselsheim am Main, Germany  
Kampong
 
Slough
 
Rüsselsheimer RK
 
Glasgow Western
1997 Amstelveen, Netherlands  
Berliner HC
2–1  
HGC
 
Hightown
5–3  
Glasgow Western
1998 Slough, England  
Rüsselsheimer RK
3–2  
Slough
 
HGC
4–1  
Edinburgh
1999 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Rot-Weiss Köln
2–2 (a.e.t.)
(3–1 p.s.)
 
Den Bosch
 
Slough
2–0  
Edinburgh
2000 Glasgow, Scotland  
Den Bosch
7–0  
Berliner HC
 
Kolos Borispol
2–1  
Glasgow Western
2001 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
6–0  
Moscow Pravda
 
Kolos Borispol
2–1  
CD Terrassa
2002 Terrassa, Spain  
Den Bosch
5–0  
Kolos Borispol
 
Slough
2–0  
Siauliai Ginstrekte
2003 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
7–2  
Olton & West Warwick
 
Kolos Borispol
3–2  
Klipper THC
2004 Barcelona, Spain  
Den Bosch
8–2  
Kolos Borispol
 
Rot-Weiss Köln
5–3  
Slough
2005 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
8–1  
Atasport
 
Hightown
2–2 (a.e.t.)
(5–4 p.s.)
 
Rüsselsheimer RK
2006 Berlin, Germany  
Den Bosch
4–0  
Canterbury
 
Berliner HC
3–3 (a.e.t.)
(6–4 p.s.)
 
Atasport
2007 Baku, Azerbaijan  
Den Bosch
2–1  
Leicester
 
Berliner HC
2–2 (a.e.t.)
(4–2 p.s.)
 
Atasport
2008 Cologne, Germany  
Den Bosch
7–0  
Club de Campo
 
Rot-Weiss Köln
2–1  
Atasport
2009 Den Bosch, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
9–1  
Berliner HC
 
Atasport
1–1  
CD Terrassa
2010
Details
Amstelveen, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
3–0  
UHC Hamburg
 
Amsterdam
4–1  
Atasport
2011
Details
Wassenaar, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
4–1  
Leicester
 
Laren
2–1 (a.e.t.)  
Slough
2012
Details
Amstelveen, Netherlands  
Laren
1–0  
Den Bosch
 
UHC Hamburg
3–1  
Club de Campo
2013
Details
Bloemendaal, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
4–2  
Laren
  Rot-Weiss Köln and   UHC Hamburg
2014
Details
's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
2–2
(3–0 s.o.)
 
Den Bosch
 
UHC Hamburg
1–1
(4–2 s.o.)
 
Club de Campo
2015
Details
Bilthoven, Netherlands  
SCHC
2–2
(3–2 s.o.)
 
Den Bosch
 
Club de Campo
4–0  
Rot-Weiss Köln
2016
Details
Bilthoven, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
1–1  
SCHC
 
UHC Hamburg
3–2  
Club de Campo
2017
Details
's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
2–1  
UHC Hamburg
 
Amsterdam
3–1  
Surbiton
2018
Details
London, England  
Den Bosch
2–1  
UHC Hamburg
 
Club de Campo
2–1  
Amsterdam
2019
Details
Amstelveen, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
7–0  
Real Sociedad
 
Club an der Alster
2–1  
Den Bosch

Records and statisticsEdit

Performances by clubEdit

Medal table by club
RankClubGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Den Bosch162018
2  Amsterdam143623
3  HGC71311
4  Rüsselsheimer RK2114
5  Kampong2002
6  Berliner HC1326
7  Laren1113
8  SCHC1102
9  Rot-Weiss Köln1034
10  Harvestehude1001
11  Glasgow Western0628
12  Kolos Borispol0549
13  UHC Hamburg0347
14  Eintracht Braunschweig0303
15  Slough0235
16  Uccle0224
17  Leicester0202
18  Club de Campo0123
19  Atasport0112
  Bayer Leverkusen0112
21–38Remaining081220
Totals (38 entries)464647139

Performances by nationEdit

Medal table by nation
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Netherlands (NED)4181160
2  Germany (GER)5141332
3  England (ENG)06612
4  Scotland (SCO)0628
5  Soviet Union (URS)0437
6  Ukraine (UKR)0235
7  Belgium (BEL)0224
  Spain (ESP)0224
9  Azerbaijan (AZE)0112
10  Russia (RUS)0101
11  Czechoslovakia (TCH)0011
  France (FRA)0011
  Ireland0011
  Lithuania (LTU)0011
Totals (14 entries)464647139

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit