Continental Cup 2013-14 groups announced

Continental Cup 2013-14 groups announced

29 Jun 2013 | Davide Tuniz
 

As anticipated by Eurohockey.com, Superfinals will return to Rouen

 
 
 
 

2013-14 Continental Cup structure was unveiled today in Budapest without many surprises compared with what anticipated by Eurohockey.com.

French city of Rouen will host superfinals for the third time in last six editions from 10 to 12 January. Host Dragons Rouen will meet for the third consecutive edition Ukranian Donbas Donets'k, already qualified for Superfinals as reigning champion. Two additional finalists will be determined among the 17 clubs registered through the usual format of a first and two second and third round. The semifinals will be hosted by Asiago (Italy, as last year) and Vojens in Denmark.

Here all groups, dates, participants and host:

First round, 27-29 September 2013:

Group A in Belgrade, Serbia: Bipolo Vitoria-Gasteiz (ESP), Partizan Belgrade (SRB), CSKA Sofia (BUL), Viiking Sport Tallinn (EST).

Second round, 18-20 October 2013:

Group B in Nottingham, Great Britain: Nottingham Panthers (GBR), HYS The Hague (NED), Juniors Riga (LAT), Winner Group A.

Group C in Dunaujvaros, Hungary: Cracovia Krakow (POL), HSC Csikszereda (ROM), Dunaujvaros (HUN), Slavija Ljubljana (SLO).

Third round, 22-24 November 2013:


Group D in Asiago, Italy: Asiago Hockey (ITA), Toros Neftekamsk (RUS), Yertis Pavlodar (KAZ), Winner Group B.

Group E in Vojens, Denmark: SønderjyskE Vojens (DEN), Neman Grodno (BLR), Stavanger Oilers (NOR), Winner Group C.

Super Final, 10-12 January 2014:

Group F in Rouen, France: Donbass Donetsk (UKR), Rouen Dragons (FRA), Winner Group D, Winner Group E

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