Club Egara

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Club biography

Spain’s national champions last term, they made the marquee addition of Pau Quemada to their line-up, switching to the club of his youth after over a decade away. Going the other way, Olympian Josep Romeu switched to KHC Leuven for the new season.

Another player from Rio who moved on was Vincenc Ruiz who plays with HGC in the Netherlands this season. Indeed, they have had to promote some more stars from within, especially with Edi Tubau retiring.

Goalkeeper Quico Cortes will be an important element with his passion and knowledge, hopefully imparting it to Spanish Under-21 internationals like Jordi Farrés, Albert Pérez and Pol Gispert. Eduard Arbos, meanwhile, is a rare breed – he played in the very first season of the EHL, scoring a hat trick in November 2007 against Pocztowiec Poznan.

Egara were hugely impressive in their run to the Spanish title last season, ending Real Club de Polo’s three-year reign in a shoot-out though they did lose to the same opponent in last season's KO16.

They face a tough task against Germany’s Mannheimer HC.

EHL History
2007/08 - Fourth place
2008/09 - KO8
2009/10 - KO16
2014/15 - KO8
2015/16 - KO16

Players of
Club Egara

  • Albert Pérez
    Spain

  • Arif Shiaz Virjee
    Canada

  • Claudi Quera
    Spain

  • David Trujillo
    Spain

  • Eduard Arbos
    Spain

  • Franc Dinares
    Spain

  • Guillem Fustagueras Puig
    Spain

  • Ignasi Mengibar
    Spain

  • Ignasi Usé
    Spain

  • Joan Berenguer Gali
    Spain

  • Joan Torruella
    Spain

  • Joaquim Broto
    Spain

  • Jordi Farres
    Spain

  • Josep Lluis Novell
    Spain

  • Lluís Mercadé
    Spain

  • Marc Garcia Chicote
    Spain

  • Miquel Espi
    Spain

  • Pau Quemada
    Spain

  • Pere Arch
    Spain

  • Pol Gispert
    Spain

  • Quico Cortes
    Spain

  • Ramon Romeu
    Spain

  • Sergi Aurell
    Spain

  • Thomas Patricio Keenan
    Italy

  • Xavier Aguilar
    Spain

  • Xavier Talamas
    Spain