Club de Campo’s Under-14 girls will make it three teams from the Madrid club set for next Easter’s ABN AMRO EHL FINAL8 party.
They were successful in defeating Junior FC last weekend in Valencia at a specially arranged series played in conjunction with the Olympic qualifiers.
They took the laurels 3-1 and 2-0 in the two games between the teams. Campo will also be represented at the Wagener Stadium by their senior men and women’s team.
On the boys side, Real Club de Polo won 3-0 against Campo on aggregate to take up the Boys U14 spot from Spain.
The EHL U14 tournaments feature six of the best youth clubs from around Europe with the top six nations on the EHL Ranking List for men and women determining who will represent them.
Their tournament takes place over two-days on the same weekend at the EHL FINAL8.