Atlètic Terrassa

Club biography

Atlètic Terrassa produced their best ever run in the Euro Hockey League last season, picking off Belgian sides KHC Leuven in the KO8 and KHC Dragons in the KO16, both with late flourishes. It led to a first FINAL4 appearance on the adopted home surface at the Pau Negre Stadium, ultimately finishing fourth.

The tournament saw the emergence of Marc Calzada as their heir apparent for the Spanish national team’s goalkeeping smock when Quico Cortes calls time on his career.

Roc Oliva’s and Marc Sallés are the beating heart around which most of the team reverberates. Marc Boltó and Albert Beltran are rising stars in the family-based club – there are five Malgosas in their extended panel – while the vastly experienced Jordi Carrerra has Olympic know-how from Rio.

The hugely decorated Dani Martin – a former Spanish national coach – has taken over from Roger Pallarols as head coach after a number of successful seasons.

They were close to elimination from ROUND1 but rallied to draw 4-4 with Dinamo Kazan before beating Bromac Kelburne 3-2.

EHL History
2007/08 - KO8
2008/09 – ROUND1
2009/10 - KO8
2010/11 - KO8
2011/12 - KO16
2012/13 - KO16
2014/15 – ROUND1
2015/16 - Fourth place

Players of
Atlètic Terrassa

  • Albert Beltran
    Spain

  • Alejandro Mafla
    Spain

  • Dani Malgosa Gasol
    Spain

  • Ignasi Guerrero
    Spain

  • Ignasi Torras
    Spain

  • Jan Malgosa
    Spain

  • Joan Tarres
    Spain

  • Joan Verdaguer
    Spain

  • Joaquim Malgosa
    Spain

  • Jorge Carrera
    Spain

  • Lluis Fernandez
    Spain

  • Luis Alejandro Mafla
    Spain

  • Marc Boltó
    Spain

  • Marc Calzada
    Spain

  • Marc Escude
    29 APR 1998

  • Marc Pujal
    Spain

  • Marc Salles
    Spain

  • Marc Torrente
    Spain

  • Oriol Bach
    Spain

  • Oriol Malgosa
    Spain

  • Pere Autonell
    Spain

  • Pol Parrilla Suarez
    Spain

  • Roc Oliva
    Spain

  • Sam Cortes
    Spain

  • Santi Morera
    Spain

  • Santiago Ibanez
    Spain

  • Santiago Malgosa
    Spain

  • Xavier Gali
    Spain