2018 EuroHockey Indoor Club Championships begins tomorrow..

Posted On 15th February 2018

15th February 2018: Having experienced the most incredible Indoor World Cup in Berlin last weekend, it’s time for our clubs to shine.

With 4 divisions, 31 countries represented , it is suffice to say that Indoor hockey is alive and well in Europe.

Our top division will be played in Wettingen, Zurich, the home of Rotweiss Wettingen. Pool A is made up of Dinamo Elektrostal, the hosts HC Rotweiss Wettingen, the favourites Rot Weiss Koln and a much depleted Surbiton as many of their players are on Commonwealth Games duty.

In Pool B SV Armenin, who had 8 of the World Cup winning squad are resting many of the stars, so their team is a mixture of youth and experience. They have been in the last 3 finals so they are not to be underestimated. They are joined by AHBC, with Teun Rohof and Robert Tigges in their squad, they will be a force to be reckoned with. Also in Pool B are Racing Club de Bruxelles, just up from the Trophy division, but with indoor hockey in the ascension in Belgium, they could be the dark horse here in Wettingen. Complutense completes the line up, 6th in 2017, they will be looking to consolidate their position in this division and push for a semi-final place. 

Click here for the match listing, results and pool rankings

All games will be live streamed on our tv channel, www.eurohockeytv.org.

In the Trophy in Minsk, again 8 clubs, 20 games, 3 days and 2 teams will be promoted to the championship division in 2019 with 2 being relegated. 

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In the Challenge 1 in Prague, the hosts will be hoping a home venue is what they need to get promoted back up to the Trophy division, having been relegated in 2017. 

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And finally the Challenge 2 in Tbilisi, 7 clubs, 21 games, 2 will be promoted with no relegation. 

Click here for the match listing, results and pool rankings


We will be posting lots of news on our social channels so be sure to follow us on:

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The Club Cup in Wettingen will be Live Streamed on www.eurohockeytv.org

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All photographs are courtesy of World Sport pics (c) 




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