Continental Cup 2013-14 provisional structure unveiled

Continental Cup 2013-14 provisional structure unveiled

12 Jun 2013 | Davide Tuniz
 

Rouen is the main candidate to host - for the third time in last 6 years - Superfinals. Bietigheim Steelers wasn't registered by German Federation. Final decision on June 29

 
 
 
 

Current Continental Cup champion Donbass Donets' k raffles its title in next edition of only official European competition. Ukranian team publish today an unofficial grid of next edition, assuming that French Rouen, champion two years ago, will host again Superfinals. If confirmed, Continental Cup will return in Rouen for the third time in last six editions. Another clubs confirmed interest to host a Continental Cup are Asiago and Nottingham Panthers. A notable absence is Bietigheim-Bissingen Steelers, the champion of the German Bundesliga, The team have sent their papers to play in the Continental Cup for this season however, the DEB will only sign off on it as long as Bietigheim files their paperwork to compete in the 2.Bundesliga under the leadership of the DEB. If Bietigheim dosnt comply, they wont be allowed to attend the tournament and nobody will represent Germany. Unless the Oberliga Champions RT Bad Nauheim will take over.

This is the provisional grid that was sent to all clubs partecipants to be evaluated and approved. This project is provisional and should be finally approved on June 29, when the host of each group will be decided officially

First round (27 to 29 September 2013)
Group A: Vitoria / Gasteiz (ESP), Partizan Belgrade (SRB), CSKA Sofia (BUL), Viiking Sport Tallinn (EST).

Second round (18 to 20 October 2013)
Group B: Nottingham Panthers (GBR) HIJS The Hague (NED), Juniors Riga (LET), winner A.
Group C: Krakow (POL), SC Miercurea Ciuc (ROU), Dab Dunaujvaros (HON), Slavija Ljubljana (SLO).

Third round (22 to 24 November 2013)
Group D: Asiago (ITA), Toros Neftekamsk (RUS-2) Ertis Pavlodar (KAZ), winner B.
Group E: SønderjyskE (DAN), Neman Grodno (BLR), Stavanger Oilers (NOR), winner C.

Superfinals (10 to 12 January 2014)
Donbas Donets'k (UKR), Rouen (FRA) winning D and E.



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