Porto-Sporting is the final of Continental Cup 2019

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It will be another Porto-Sporting. After the clear victories of their semifinal, Porto and Sporting will fight for another trophy, after the Final of Euroleague 2019. Tomorrow at 17:00 (18:00 CET), Live on SportingTV, TVI24 and www.cers-rinkhockey.tv, the first rendezvous of the final of 4 months ago, when Sporting won for 4-1. Probably this final will be very different from the last final, because some players are changed and probably also the type of game of each team. Today Porto has beaten the spanish team of Lleida for 8-2 with three goals of Alves and Di Benedetto, the best player in this first day of the competitions. An easy victory also for the home team against the italian team of Sarzana (7-0 the final score): two goals for Joao Souto.

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CONTINENTAL CUP – Final Four – September 2019, 28 and 29 in Lisbon (Portugal)
Sat 28/9/19 – h 13:00 (14:00 CET) – Semifinal – CE Lleida Llista (SP) x FC Porto (PT) = 2-8 (1-4, 1-4)
Lleida: Tomas L., Vives, Canellas, Tomas A., Joseph – Palazon, Giuliani, Gefflot, Duch, Folguera – Coach: Folguera
Porto: Malian, Garcia, Alves, Di Benedetto, Rafa – Miras, Cocco, Zapata, Goncalves, Rodrigues – Coach: Cabestany
Scorers: 1st half: 2′ Di Benedetto (P), 7′ Alves (P), 9′ Miras (penalty) (P), 13′ Tomas (L), 22′ Garcia (P) – 2nd half: 3′ Di Benedetto (P), 10′ Alves (P), 10′ Di Benedetto (direct shot) (P), 12′ Alves (P), 15′ Vives (L)
Referees: Ferrari (Italy) and Eccelsi (Italy)

Sat 28/9/19 – h 16:00 (17:00 CET) – Semifinal – Sporting CP (PT) x H. Sarzana (IT) = 7-0 (3-0, 4-0)
Sporting: Girao, Gil, Platero, Verona, Souto – Marin, Romero, Perez, Font, Macedo – Coach: Freitas
Sarzana: Corona, Borsi, Ipinazar, Garcia, Rossi – Fantozzi, Moyano, Perroni, Rispogliati, Bianchi – Coach Bertolucci
Scorers: 1st half: 1′ Gil (Sp), 7′ Souto (Sp), 11′ Font (SP) – 2nd half: 7′ Souto (Sp), 16′ Marin (Sp), 21′ Perez (Sp), 24′ Romero (Sp)
Referees: Gomez (Spain), Ribò (Spain)

Sun 29/9/19 – h 17:00 (18:00 CET) – FC Porto (PT) x Sporting CP (PT) – Live TV on TVI24, SPORTINGTV and streaming www.cers-rinkhockey.tv


LIVE COVERAGE

All the three matches will be broadcasted live from TVI24, one of the main television of Portugal. All the matches of Sporting CP will be broadcasted on Sporting TV, too. All the three matches we will transmit live on our WEBTV (www.cers-rinkhockey.tv) with the portuguese commentary of Josè Santos. The coverage will be extended with the Press Conferences after the match, available in our webtv or in Youtube channel. After the matches you will find the Highlights in our youtube channel cersrinkhockeytv

SPECIAL COVERAGE FOR WSEUROPE-RINKHOCKEY WEBSITE

WSE-RH will follow entirely the Final Four with a special coverage in social network and in the section of WS Europe Cup www.wseurope-rinkhockey.org/continentalcup with the official photos of Antonio Lopes.

Every Match will be covered from our OFFICIAL LIVESCORING in English and Spanish languages with all the official statistics and event during the game. 

OFFICIAL HASHTAGS -> #okeuro #okcontinental

 

HISTORY CONTINENTAL CUP
1980 FC BARCELONA
1981 FC BARCELONA
1982 FC BARCELONA
1983 FC BARCELONA
1984 FC BARCELONA
1985 FC BARCELONA
1986 FC PORTO
1987 LICEO LA CORUNA
1988 LICEO LA CORUNA
1989 CE NOIA
1990 LICEO LA CORUNA
1991 BARCELOS
1992 LICEO LA CORUNA
1993 IGUALADA
1994 IGUALADA
1995 IGUALADA
1996 ** not played
1997 FC BARCELONA
1998 IGUALADA
1999 IGUALADA
2000 FC BARCELONA
2001 FC BARCELONA
2002 FC BARCELONA
2003 LICEO LA CORUNA
2004 FC BARCELONA
2005 FC BARCELONA
2006 FC BARCELONA
2007 FC BARCELONA
2008 FC BARCELONA
2009 REUS DEPORTIU
2010 FC BARCELONA
2011 BENFICA
2012 LICEO LA CORUNA
2013 BENFICA
2014 CE NOIA
2015 FC BARCELONA
2016 BENFICA
2017 OLIVEIRENSE
2018 FC BARCELONA
2019

BEST CLUBS RECORDS
18 Cups: FC Barcelona (SP)
6 Cups: Liceo (SP)
5 Cups: Igualada (SP)
3 Cups: Benfica (PT)
2 Cups: Noia (SP)

NATION RECORDS
32 Cups: Spain, last 2018
6 Cups: Portugal, last 2017