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
ContinentEurope (EHF)
Last
champion(s)
Netherlands Amsterdam (14th title)
(2019)
Most titlesNetherlands HC Den Bosch (15 titles)
Official websiteeurohockey.org

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

ResultsEdit

Past winnersEdit

Year Hosts Gold Medal Match
Champions Score Runners-up
1974 Hamburg, Germany  
Harvestehuder
1–0  
Royal Uccle
1975 Brussels, Belgium  
Amsterdam
1–0  
Eintracht
1976 Amsterdam, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
3–2  
Eintracht
1977 Vienna, Austria  
Amsterdam
3–0  
Eintracht
1978 Barcelona, Spain  
Amsterdam
3–2  
Grossflottbeker
1979 The Hague, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
3–1  
Royal Uccle
1980 Barcelona, Spain  
Amsterdam
1–0  
Glasgow Western
1981 Uccle, Belgium  
Amsterdam
2–1  
Glasgow Western
1982 Alba, Italy  
Amsterdam
1–0  
Hanauer
1983 The Hague, Netherlands  
HGC
2–0  
Bayer Leverkusen
1984 Wassenaar, Netherlands  
HGC
3–1  
Kolos Borispol
1985 Frankenthal, Germany  
HGC
1–1  
SKIF Moscow
1986 Utrecht, Netherlands  
HGC
3–1  
Kolos Borispol
1987 The Hague, Germany  
HGC
1–0  
Blau-Weiss Köln
1988 Bloemendaal, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
 
Kolos Borispol
1989 Wassenaar, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
 
Glasgow Western
1990 Frankfurt, Germany  
Amsterdam
 
Glasgow Western
1991 Wassenaar, Netherlands  
HGC
 
Glasgow Western
1992 Amsterdam, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
 
Glasgow Western
1993 Brussels, Belgium  
Rüsselsheimer
 
Amsterdam
1994 Bloemendaal, Netherlands  
HGC
 
Rüsselsheimer
1995 Utrecht, Netherlands  
Kampong
 
Berliner
1996 Rüsselsheim, Germnay  
Kampong
 
Slough
1997 Amsterdam, Netherlands  
Berliner
2–1  
HGC
1998 Slough, England  
Rüsselsheimer
3–2  
Slough
Year Hosts Gold Medal Match
Champions Score Runners-up
1999 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Rot-Weiss Köln
2–2
(3–1)
(penalties)
 
Den Bosch
2000 Glasgow, Scotland  
Den Bosch
7–0  
Berliner
2001 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
6–0  
Moskva Pravda
2002 Terrassa, Spain  
Den Bosch
5–0  
Kolos Borispol
2003 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
7–2  
Olton & West Warwick
2004 Barcelona, Spain  
Den Bosch
8–2  
Kolos Borispol
2005 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
8–1  
Atasport
2006 Berlin, Germany  
Den Bosch
4–0  
Canterbury
2007 Baku, Azerbaijan  
Den Bosch
2–1  
Leicester
2008 Cologne, Germany  
Den Bosch
7–0  
Club de Campo
2009 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
9–1  
Berliner
2010 Amsterdam, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
3–0  
Uhlenhorster
2011 The Hague, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
4–1  
Leicester
2012 Amsterdam, Netherlands  
Laren
1–0  
Den Bosch
2013 Bloemendaal, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
4–2  
Laren
2014 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
2–2
(3–0)
(penalties)
 
Den Bosch
2015 Bilthoven, Netherlands  
SCHC
2–2
(3–2)
(penalties)
 
Den Bosch
2016 Bilthoven, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
1–1
(3–2)
(penalties)
 
SCHC
2017 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands  
Den Bosch
2–1  
Uhlenhorster
2018 London, England  
Den Bosch
2–1  
Uhlenhorster
2019 Amsterdam, Netherlands  
Amsterdam
7–0  
Real Sociedad

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