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.


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




EuroHockey Indoor Club Champions Cup, Minsk

EuroHockey Indoor Club Champions Trophy, Dundee

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