About Club Campo de Madrid
Campo feature 10 of the latest Spanish women’s squad named in March with the Barrios twins Laura and Sara joining experienced heads like Bea Perez, Maria Ruiz, Begoña Garcia, Alicia Magaz and Maria Lopez.
The side is captained by Rocio Gutierrez, now 35, who signed off iher nternational career outdoors with a World Cup bronze in 2018. She says she feels “fitter than when she was 20” but she is keeping cards close to her chest about whether this will be her last season, saying: “If this is the first and last EHL for me, I don’t know!”
They are coached by Edu Aguilar who was at the helm when the side won bronze in the old EuroHockey Club Cup in 2015 and 2018. He is hoping it will be third time lucky and he has plenty of EHL pedigree. His last game as a player for Campo was in the 2011 EHL GRAND FINAL for Campo, losing 1-0 to HGC.
Campo come into the contest with an unbeaten league record, winning 52 out of 54 points on offer in the Iberdrola League.
EuroHockey Club Cup (15 appearances)
Silver medal: 2008
Bronze medal: 2015, 2018
Iberdrola League position: 1st, six points lead over Junior FC
Current internationals (10 in latest squad named in March): Sara Barrios, Laura Barrios, Carmen Cano, Begoña Garcia, Maria Lopez, Alicia Magaz, Candela Mejias, Bea Pérez, Maria Ruiz, Alejandra Torres-Quevedo
Top scorers: Laura Barrios 15 goals, Begoña Garcia 11 goals, Carmen Cano 9 goals, Sara Barrios 8 goals