After 20 games, that’s over 13 hours of hockey and 92 goals, it is Dusseldorfer who are crowned EuroHockey Indoor Champions.

Pool C:

First up was the Pool C relegation games. Kampong had a decisive win over Gintra, to ensure their place in the top flight in 2017. They finished 2nd in Pool C and 6th overall. In the Final Pool C game the hosts Minsk and Sumchanka, a huge game for the hosts, which again ensured that they also stay in the top flights with Sumchanka and Gintra being relegated to the Trophy in 2017.

Classification: 

Arminen and SK Slavia played the 3rd/4th playoff game. Adéla BIŽOVA, Slavia captain, showed her class as once again this year as she won top scorer, her 2 goals, with no reply in this game, ensuring that SK Slavia took bronze.

In the Final Dusseldorfer proved too strong for the Spanish team as Greta GERKE and Lisa-Marie SCHÜTZE each scored, one per half, the Spaniards unable to get onto the scoreboard in the final.

 

Final Day Results:

Time Teams Title Scoreline Status
10:00 KAMPONG – GINTRA Pool C 5 – 0 (2 – 0) Official
11:10 MINSK – SUMCHANKA Pool C 2 – 2 (1 – 2) Official
13:00 ARMINEN – SLAVIAPRAGUE 3rd/4th Place 0 – 2 (0 – 0) Official
14:30 DÜSSELDORFER – CAMPOMADRID Final 2 – 0 (1 – 0) Official

 

Final Ranking:

Team Standing
Düsseldorfer HC 1
Club Campo de Madrid 2
SK Slavia Prague 3
SV Arminen 4
HC Minsk 5
SV Kampong 6
Gintra Strekte Uni HC 7
MSC Sumchanka 8

 

 

Links to YOU TUBE STREAM: 

EuroHockey Indoor Club Champions Cup, Minsk

EuroHockey Indoor Club Champions Trophy, Dundee

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