Saturday and Sunday the Cers Cup will be assigned in Lleida

Big Crowd last edition in Viareggio. In Lleida will expect too

The European Competitions of Male Rink Hockey reserved to clubs start their final round. In the next days, April Saturday 28 and Sunday 29, the Spanish city of Lleida will host the Final Four of the Cers Cup, while on May 12th and 13th the portuguese city of Porto will host the Final Four of the Male Euroleague.
During the next weekend, the four teams involved in the Final Four of the Cers Cup are OC Barcelos from Portugal (defending champion and winner of the last two editions), Hockey Breganze from Italy, CP Voltregà from Spain and Lleida, the home team.
All the three games of the competition will be played at the “Onze de setembre” sports hall whose rink is one of the widest in Europe: 22×42 meters. 
The semifinals are scheduled on Saturday night: Voltregà-Barcelos will open the Final Four at 6.30 PM, followed by Lleida-Breganze from 9PM on. The final between the winners will be played on Sunday at 6PM. 
The Final Four will have a complete TV coverage. As always, CERH TV will broadcast all the games on its own Youtube channel. Both semifinals and final will be live on Esport3 in Catalunya, while RTP will broadcast all over Portugal the games involving OC Barcelos. On Cers-RH official website, the live score will be available during every game, while on Cers official Facebook page and Twitter and Instagram account, news and images will be availabre during the entire event. All the links are at the bottom of this press release.
Tomorrow evening, starting at 7PM, in the press room of the “Onze de setembre” sports hall, a press conference with the main coaches of the four participating teams will be held.


CERS CUP FINAL FOUR – SEMIFINALS – Lleida (SP), Saturday, April 28
Saturday, April 28
6.30 PM CET
CP Voltregà (SP) – OC Barcelos (PT)
Live on RTP, Esport3, Cerh TV
Joseph Silecchia (IT)
Massimiliano Carmazzi (IT)
Saturday, April 28
9.00 PM CET
CE Lleida Llista (SP) – Hockey Breganze (IT)
Live on Esport3, Cerh TV
Luis Peixoto (PT)
Miguel Guilherme (PT)


CERS CUP FINAL FOUR – FINAL – Lleida (SP), Sunday, April 29
Sunday, April 29
6.00 PM CET
Winner Semifinal 2 vs Winner Semifinal 1
Live on Esport3, Cerh TV
Xavier Bleuzen (FR)
Julien Thibaud (FR)


38 2017-2018 Lleida (SP)      
37 2016-2017 Viareggio (IT) Barcelos (PT) CGC Viareggio (IT)-Barcelos (PT) 2-4
36 2015-2016 Barcelos (PT) Barcelos (PT) Vilafranca (SP) – Barcelos (PT) 3-6
35 2014-2015 Igualada (SP) Sporting CP (PT) Reus Dep.(SP) – Sporting CP (PT) 3-4 (pen)
34 2013-2014 Forte Marmi (IT) CE Noia (SP) CE Noia (SP) – H.Breganze (IT) 4-3
33 2012-2013 Vendrell (SP) CE Vendrell (SP) CE Vendrell (SP) – CP Vic (SP) 3-2
32 2011-2012 Bassano(IT) H.Bassano (IT) H.Bassano (IT) – HC Braga (PT) 5-3
31 2010-2011 Vilanova (SP) SL Benfica (PT) Vilanova (SP) – SL Benfica (PT) 4-6
30 2009-2010 T.Novas (PT) Liceo (SP) HC Blanes (SP) – Liceo (SP) 2-7
29 2008-2009 Lloret(SP) CH Matarò (SP) Lloret (SP) – CH Matarò (SP) 1-2
28 2007-2008 Dinan (FR) CP Tenerife (SP) H.Valdagno (IT) – CP Tenerife (SP) 5-6
To see the complete List of Champions of the Cers Cup follow this link on