5th May 2018: AH&BC Amsterdam is our penultimate team who have qualified for this year’s EuroHockey Club Cup, Women, to be held at Surbiton from 17th to 20th May 2018.
Who is AH&BC?
AH&BC or ‘Amsterdam’ for short is one of the largest and most successful hockey clubs in the Netherlands. The club has over 2300 members and in its 124 years of existence has acquired the most national titles of any club in the Netherlands. Amsterdam is also the oldest hockey club in the Netherlands. Since its foundation in 1892, the club has won 21 league titles with its men’s team and 19 national championships with its Ladies.
Many top players come from Amsterdam’s own youth academy. Since 1989, the club has been working with a modern and comprehensive youth plan, in which, in addition to the technical development of youth players, fun in games and teamwork also play an important role.
Their record in EHCC:
Amsterdam will be the second Dutch team playing and have taken part in the tournament twice before winning it in 2014. With a long list of Dutch internationals and German talisman Julia Mueller, they will be tough opposition for the women from Dublin. They play their first game at 2.30pm on 17th May.
Read more about AH&BC here
EUROHOCKEY EVENTS OVER WHITSUN:
EUROHOCKEY CLUB CUP, WOMEN, SURBITON, ENGLAND
EuroHockey Club Trophy, Women, Dublin, Ireland
EuroHockey Club Challenge I, Women, Edinburgh, Scotland
EuroHockey Club Challenge II, Women, Ghent, Belgium
EuroHockey Club Challenge III, Women, Vienna, Austria
EuroHockey Club Trophy, Men, Vienna, Austria
EuroHockey Club Challenge I, Men, Geneva, Switzerland
EuroHockey Club Challenge II, Men, Lipovci, Slovenia
EuroHockey Club Challenge III, Men, Copenhagen, Denmark
EuroHockey Club Challenge IV, Helsinki, Finland
EuroHockey U14 EHCC, Women, Surbiton, England
We will be announcing which venues will be Live Streamed via www.eurohockeytv.org soon.
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Photograph: Julia Mueller at the EHCC 2017 (Ady Kerry (c))