RotWeiss Wettingen to host top flight 2017 EuroHockey Indoor Club Championships, Women

Posted On 11th May 2016

11th May 2016, Brussels; Following the meeting of the EHF Competitions Indoor Committee last weekend, the EHF is delighted to announce the 2017 EuroHockey Indoor Club Championship hosts with RWW (Women)  have been awarded the hosting of the EuroHockey Indoor Club Champions Cup. Participating clubs have qualified for each division based on their final ranking from the 2016 competition.

EuroHockey Indoor Club Champions Cup, Women – Wettingen (SUI) – 17-19 February 2017

Pool A                                                    Pool B
Mannheimer HC (GER)                         Club de Campo Villa de Madrid (ESP)
SV Arminen (AUT)                                  SK Slavia Prague (CZE)
HC Minsk (BLR)                                      SV Kampong (NED)
Royal Pingouin HC (BEL)                      RotWeiss Wettingen (SUI)

Björn Ahrendt, on behalf of RWW said The RWW family is delighted and truly feels honoured to be awarded to host the Ladies’ indoor Club Champions Cup in 2017. We have some history in hosting EC’s and we will put all our efforts into making the tournament again an event well-remembered by all participants and supported by enthusiastic spectators. We also see this as a prime opportunity to further promote our nice sport. Looking back at the positive feed back from 2015, we are convinced that all visitors will encounter very professional conditions allowing for matches in the spirit of fair competition. Dear European Hockey family, herzlich Willkommen in Wettingen!”

EuroHockey Indoor Club Trophy, Women – Siauliai (LTU) – 17-19 February 2017

Pool A                                                  Pool B
HC Gintra Strekte Uni (LTU)                MSC Sumchanka (UKR)
Lille MHC (FRA)                                   East Grinstead HC (ENG)
Dundee Wanderers (SCO)                   Keçiören Bağlum (TUR)
Partille SC (SWE)                                  Ards Ladies (IRL)

EuroHockey Indoor Club Challenge I, Women  – Cascais (POR) – 17-19 February 2017

Pool A                                                          Pool B
HAHK Mladost (CRO)                                  Dinamo Elektrostal (RUS)
HK Moravske Toplice (SLO)                       Kutaisi (GEO)
Lisbon Casuals HC (POR)                           Dowlais LHC (WAL)
KHT Akademik Plus (BUL)                         CUS Pisa (ITA)

HK Novi Sad (SRB) is 1st reserve

Note: The withdrawal date for all tournaments in this competition is 31 August 2016Any club withdrawing after that date may be subject to a fine or other disciplinary action by EHF. See current EHF Indoor Club Regulations for further details.

Pictured: Rot Weiss Wettingen

EHF/ 11th May 2016

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