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Presentació Junta Estatuts Ètica FCH Canal Ètic Codi Ètic Història STICKS PER LA HISTÒRIA Temporada 2020-2021 Temporada 2019-2020 Reglamentació Cercador Presentació Captació Convocatòries ARC Femení sub-15 sub-16 sub-18 sub-23 absolut ARC Masculí sub-15 sub-16 sub-18 sub-23 absolut Accidents Protocol Certificats Informació TITULACIONS MONITOR FEDERATIU Curs Nivell 1 Curs Nivell 2 Cursos Formularis Espai Virtual Escola de Directius Borsa de Treball Esdeveniments Notícies Avantatges Contacte Botiga

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3/05/2021 Played the First Semifinals of 1st Men's and 2nd Women's A.
In the first leg of the 2nd Women's A, they faced Iluro HC with Club Egara and Egara 1935 with Junior FC and both won at home. Club Egara won by a convincing 1-9 and Junior FC by 0-2.Marta Comerma scored for Club Egara, with a hat-trick, Mar Bosch, Laura Real (2), Anna Palomares, Lídia Bosch and Laia Sanromà. Noelia López transformed the goal of the Mataro team.Florencia Rodríguez and Natàlia García gave Junior FC the victory over Egara 1935.The return semifinals will take place this weekend; on Saturday Club Egara - Iluro HC is played (17.00h) and on Sunday Junior FC - Egara 1935 is played (17.00h).The first leg of the first leg of the men's final between FC Barcelona and Matadepera’88 ended in a draw (3-3). The goals didn’t start coming until after the break. Roc Badia scored a hat-trick for Matadepera’88 and scored for Eduard Garriga, Xavi Sola and Guillem Forcada.The match between Vallès Esportiu and HC Sant Cugat will be played on Saturday, May 8, at 3.30 pm, the day on which the return semifinal match between Matadepera'88 and FC Barcelona is also scheduled, scheduled for 5 pm h. On Sunday, the semifinal between HC Sant Cugat and Vallès Esportiu will be played at 1 pm. Photography: ALLAN HOCKEY  
3/05/2021 Athletic and Junior FC runners-up in the league
 Josep Marquès, from Atlètic Terrassa, played the FINAL FOUR of the MGS Men’s League and the IBERDROLA Women’s League this weekend. Three Catalan teams took part in the men's and two in the women's.Unfortunately, with the great participation of Catalan teams, the titles have ended up going to Madrid, as the Club de Campo has doubled. In the men's league the Madrid team has been the first time it has managed to lift the cup, the girls have done so on twenty-two occasions. Atlètic Terrassa has been the men’s runner-up and Junior FC the women’s runner-up.The FINAL FOUR started on Saturday with the Women's Semifinal between Club de Campo and Real Club de Polo and the regular league champions won 4-1, thus securing a place in the final match. Sofia Nabila Maldonado scored the goal for the Barcelona team.In the second women's Semifinal were Junior FC, champions of the Copa de la Reina, and SPV Complutense. The match, which was very even, ended with the result of 2 to 1. The two goals that gave the victory to the whole of Sant Cugat were from a corner kick, the first opened the scoring in the twenty-first minute. six by Mariona San José, this advantage only lasted for nine minutes, as at thirty-five the Madrilenians put the score on tables. The final goal of the blue-and-blacks went up to the scoreboard in the fifty-eighth minute and was made by Laia Vidosa.On Sunday, in the final, Club de Campo and Junior FC gave their all, but the Madrilenians did not leave opportunities to get close to the goal, making it difficult for Junior to score. The first goal of the regular league champions rose to the bright six minutes into the match, the second would not come until the third quarter. Laura Bosch scored the only goal for the Catalans in the 52nd minute, a result that gave Club de Campo the league title.The award for BEST GOAL was for Jana Martínez from the runner-up team and for BEST PLAYER UNDER-23 for Laia Vidosa.Collegiate Sandra Adell was in charge of whistling the match, along with Gema Calderón. For Sandra Adell it was her first FINAL FOUR. The collegiate one also was designated in Semifinal 2 between Junior FC and SPV Complutense.  The men’s semifinals were also played on Saturday, the first of which pitted the hosts, regular league champions and Euro Hockey League runners-up against Real Club de Polo. Atlético got the pass to play the final match by winning 3-2. Pau Cunill (2) and Jordi Bonastre scored for the yellows, Xavi Lleonart and Roc Oliva did it for the whole of Diagonal.In the second Semifinal were the Club de Campo and the reigning champion of the Copa del Rey, the Club Egara. The match was very even, but in the end the result was in favor of Club de Campo who won by a tight 4-3. Pau Quemada scored two goals in three minutes, Xavi Aguilar scored the third.After playing both semifinals, the final match already had protagonists: Atlètic Terrassa and Club de Campo. Can Salas opened the scoring in the fifteenth minute, a goal by Marc Escudé, an advantage that lasted until the second quarter, when the result was equalized. At the end of the second quarter, Pau Cunill turned the score around in favor of the locals, reaching the equator of regulation time. In the third quarter Club de Campo scored three goals, turning the result with a favorable 2-4. In the last quarter the locals still had options to tie and force the shoot-outs, but it was not possible. Madrid converted two more goals and the yellows would only score one, also scored by Pau Cunill. With the result of 3-6 the referees whistled the end of the end, obtaining the title of champion the Club de Campo.Pau Cunill received the award for HIGHEST GOALER and Jordi Bonastre the award for BEST UNDER-23 PLAYER.Paco Vàzquez, referee of the Catalan College of Referees, was appointed by the CNA for the FINAL FOUR. TWITTER photographs   
30/04/2021 The best state hockey, this weekend at Can Salas
The top four men's and women's teams in Spain meet this weekend to compete in the FINAL FOUR in Can Salas, where the champions of the highest categories will be decided: the Men's and Women's Honor Division.The men's FINAL FOUR has the participation of three Catalan teams and the women's two. The competition was officially presented on Thursday, April 29, at the Can Salas facilities and was attended by players from the semifinalist teams, Santiago Deó, president of the Real Federación Española de Hockey, Xavi Adell, president of the Catalan Hockey Federation, Mireia Galí, representing the organizing club and Jordi Ballart, Mayor of Terrassa.The women's competition will start on Saturday at 10 am with the first Semifinal in which the Club de Campo and the REAL CLUB DE POLO will look for a place in the final on Sunday. The second semifinal will be played by JUNIOR FC, champions of the Copa de la Reina, against SPV Complutense at 12.00. The winners of the Semifinals will play on Sunday the final that will decide the title, at 10.30am.The first men’s Semifinal, scheduled for 2pm on Saturday, will be played by ATLÈTIC TERRASSA and the REAL CLUB DE POLO. The host already hosted the FINAL FOUR in 2017 and was also proclaimed champion, and is also the team that has won the most titles, twenty-one. The REAL CLUB DE POLO has lifted the champion's cup on fifteen occasions, the same as CLUB EGARA, current champion of the Copa del Rey and league champion in 2019. CLUB EGARA will play the second Semifinal against Club de Campo , at 4 p.m.The champion of the Semifinals will play on Sunday, at 14.00, the final for the title.Atlètic Terrassa, which finished first in the Regular League, has been guaranteed the participation of the Euro Hockey League. The winner of the FINAL FOUR will also enjoy a place in this competition.There will also be Catalan representation in the refereeing body where Paco Vázquez will be one of the members of the men's FINAL FOUR and Sandra Adell of the women's.The matches can be watched live on the RFEH youtube channel and at www.rtve.es (+ TDP. Sport, live - Rtve.es).Teledeporte will broadcast live the three women's matches (the two semifinals and the final). TWITTER photography