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2011 European League Final Eight

2010-11 CERH European League
Tournament details
Dates 18-21st May
Teams 16 (group stage)
8 (final)

The 2011 CERH European League Final Eight was the 46th edition of the CERH. It was held in May 2011 in Andorra la Vella, Andorra.

Contents

  • Arena 1
  • Competition 2
    • Bracket 2.1
    • Results 2.2
      • Quarterfinals 2.2.1
      • Semifinals 2.2.2
      • Final 2.2.3
  • External links 3
    • International 3.1

Arena

The arena, that hosted the Final Eight - Andorra Sports Hall is the biggest multi-arena in Andorra la Vella. The seating capacity of the arena is 1750.

Competition

Bracket

Bracket for the Final Eight.

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
May 19, Andorra la Vella        
  Porto Império Bonança   4
May 20, Andorra la Vella
  Barcelona Sorli Discau   3  
  Porto Império Bonança   4
May 18, Andorra la Vella
      Coinasa Liceo   5  
  Coinasa Liceo   7
May 21, Andorra la Vella
  Noia Freixenet   4  
  Coinasa Liceo   7
May 19, Andorra la Vella    
    Tecnol Reus   4
  Isello Valdagno   2
May 20, Andorra la Vella
  Tecnol Reus   4  
  Tecnol Reus   3
May 18, Andorra la Vella
      Candelária Bom Petisco   2  
  Sather Blanes   0
  Candelária Bom Petisco   2  
 

Results

Quarterfinals

May 18, 2011
18:45 CET
Sather Blanes 0-2 Candelária Bom Petisco Andorra Sports Hall, Andorra la Vella
Report Sérgio Silva
Martin Montiver
Umpires:
Gianni Fermi (ITA) & Alessandro da Prato (ITA)
May 18, 2011
20:30 CET
Coinasa Liceo 7-4 Noia Freixenet Andorra Sports Hall, Andorra la Vella
Pedro Afonso(2)
Pablo Álvarez(3)
Ricardo Barreiro(1)
Jordi Bargalló(1)
Report Francesc Bargalló(1)
Jordi del Amor(1)
Eloi Mitjans(1)
Aleix Esteller(1)
Umpires:
Joaquim Carpelho (POR) & Luís Peixoto (POR)
May 19, 2011
18:45 CET
Isello Valdagno 2-4 Tecnol Reus Andorra Sports Hall, Andorra la Vella
Valerio Antezza
Dario Rigo
Report Xavier Caldú (2)
Raúl Marín
José Luis Páez
Umpires:
Luís Peixoto (POR) & Joaquim Carpelho (POR)
May 19, 2011
20:30 CET
Porto Império Bonança 4-3 Barcelona Sorli Discau Andorra Sports Hall, Andorra la Vella
Pedro Gil (2)
Reinaldo Ventura
Emanuel García
Report Marc Torra
Carlos López
Reinaldo García
Umpires:
Alessandro da Prato (ITA) & Gianni Fermi (ITA)

Semifinals

May 20, 2011
18:45 CET
Tecnol Reus 3-2 Candelária Bom Petisco Andorra Sports Hall, Andorra la Vella
Marc Gual
Jordi Molet
José Luis Páez
Report Tiago Resende (2)
Umpires:
Gianni Fermi (ITA) & Alessandro da Prato (ITA)
May 20, 2011
20:30 CET
Porto Império Bonança 4-5 Coinasa Liceo Andorra Sports Hall, Andorra la Vella
Pedro Gil
Gonçalo Suíssas
Reinaldo Ventura (2)
Report Josep Lamas (2)
Sergio Miras
Jordi Bargalló
Ricardo Barreiros
Umpires:
Alessandro da Prato (ITA) & Gianni Fermi (ITA)

Final

May 21, 2011
20:00 CET
Tecnol Reus 4-7 Coinasa Liceo Andorra Sports Hall, Andorra la Vella
Marc Gual (2)
Raúl Marín (1), Albert Casanovas (1)
Report Pablo Alvarez (4)
Jordi Bargalló (1), Ricardo Barreiros (2)
Umpires:
Luís Peixoto (POR) & Joaquim Carpelho (POR)

2010–11 Winners
Coinasa Liceo
6th Title

External links

  • Official website
  • 2011 European League Final Eight at HoqueiPatins.cat (Catalan)
  • CERH website

International

  • Roller Hockey links worldwide
  • Mundook-World Roller Hockey
  • Hardballhock-World Roller Hockey
  • Inforoller World Roller Hockey
  • World Roller Hockey Blog
  • rink-hockey-news - World Roller Hockey


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