Club Campo de Madrid

About Club Campo de Madrid

Club de Campo de Madrid will be looking to enjoy better luck this season following a pair of shoot-out defeats in 2022, coming unstuck against both AH&BC Amsterdam and Düsseldorfer HC.

They were dethroned as Spanish national champions by Madrid city rivals Sanse Complutense and so qualified this season as the second seed from their country, giving them a date with Club de Campo in the FINAL8.

It is a squad jam-packed with Spanish international experience with Sara Barrios, Bea Perez, Maria Lopez, Maria Ruiz, Begoña Garcia, Candela Mejias Zanetti and Alicia Magaz. Mario Tello is another attempting to break into the national side; on the departure side, Laura Barrios moved to Kampong in the Hoofdklasse.

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. His last game as a player for Campo was in the 2011 EHL GRAND FINAL for Campo, losing 1-0 to HGC.

Campo finished the first half of the season in second place, one point behind UD Taburiente; they are joined on 25 points by both Junior FC and Club Egara.

They have the honour of being the first side to win an EHL Women’s game when they got the best of Club an der Alster in Amsterdam in 2021, en route to a silver medal.

EHL History
2020/21 – Runners-up
2021/22 – Seventh place

The team