The Men's EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup is an annual indoor hockey club competition organised by the EHF. It is the premier club tournament of Europe for indoor hockey and contested by the champions of the eight strongest EHF national associations.
|Current season, competition or edition:|
2023 Men's EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup
|Formerly||Men's EuroHockey Indoor Club Champions Cup|
|No. of teams||8|
| Dinamo Elektrostal (1st title) |
|Most titles||Rot-Weiss Köln (9 titles)|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Relegation to||EuroHockey Indoor Club Trophy|
A total of eight teams competes in the EuroHockey Indoor Club Cup, the champions of those nations ranked one to six in the previous year's Cup and the champions of those 2 nations promoted from the previous year's Trophy, the second level.
The eight teams are divided into two groups and play each other once. If a game is won, the winning team receives 5 points. A draw results in both teams receiving 2 points. A loss gives the losing team 1 point unless the losing team lost by 3 or more goals, then they receive 0 points. The top two teams advance to the semi-finals and the bottom two teams will be placed in pool C, the relegation pool. Each team in Pool C will carry forward the result of the match against that other team in their original pool (A or B) who also goes forward with them into Pool C. Each team will play the other 2 teams in Pool C once. The bottom two teams in pool C are relegated.
Records and statisticsEdit
Performance by clubEdit
|4||Club an der Alster||3||0||0||3|
|Racing Club de Bruxelles||0||2||1||3|
|Club de Campo||0||1||2||3|
|Totals (37 entries)||32||32||32||96|
Performances by nationEdit
|Totals (15 entries)||32||32||32||96|
- Includes results as Valdeluz
- Includes results from West German clubs in 1990
- "Regulations for EuroHockey Indoor Club Competitions Club Cup (Men & Women)" (PDF). European Hockey Federation. November 2017. Retrieved 15 February 2019.
- "Competitions Archive". European Hockey Federation. Retrieved 15 February 2019.