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SHC Rossemaison (CH)






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Grounded in 1984, SHC Rossemaison is a top swiss team.
Among the 410 club members are many young players in the different successul teams (School, U13, U16, U19). We are also proud of our 6 adults teams (NLA, NLB, 2 X 2nd league, Women and Old boys).
European Champion in 2001, Swiss Champion in 2001, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2017 our first team is actually the Swiss title holder.
Recognizing the importance of  training young people we have made of our youth movement a priority and it seems to be successful.
For this competiton Rossemaison is proud to represent Switzerland at the highest level.
Other successes of the first team :
Swiss Vice-Champion: 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007
Swiss Cup winner: 2001, 2007, 2017
European Cup: 7th in 2002, 7th in 2004, 2nd in 2005, 7th in 2007, 3rd in 2008, 5th in 2009, 3rd in 2010, 5th in 2011, 5th in 2013, 4th in 2017





Samurai Iserlohn (D)

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The Samurai Iserlohn were foundet 1998. First time in 2003 they reached the second place in Germans highest league. After a period of stagnation, but never leaving the first league, the team won second place in the german cup-finals (2011).
The year 2012 was in the club life of the Samurai Iserlohn of great importance: they got an own  pitch, the Heidehalle, which contributed to be able to celebrate the first German championship in 2013.



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#19 Nils Albrecht, #89 Dominik Bialke, #81 Lukas Borchmann, #16 Philip Broze, #29 Marc Dorn, #72 Robert Engelmann, #63 Maximilian Faber, #24 Lennart Flanz, #? Christian Gose, #91 Tim Linke, #90 Sebastian May, #35 Jonas Mende, #44 Christian Mühlfort, #97 Pascal neumann, #86 Marco Peters, #42 Carsten Platem, #10 Pascal Poerschke, #22 Marius Riepe, #15 Josef Schäfer, #17 Jan Schreiner, #31 Hendrik Sirringhaus, #77 Mark Wapnewski, #13 Constantin Wichern, #25 Stefan Ziese.

Trainer: Andre Grillo. Team Leitung: Martina linke.






Sayaluca (CH)







#39 Roy Bay, #1 Brendan Pozzi,, #66 Marcel Müller (C), #8 Martino Leidi, #88 Fabio Hunziker, #17 Raffaele Meli, #26 Alain Didier (A), #6 Kauffmann Matteo, #7 Andrea Bersier, #12 Riccardo Bardocci, #11 Gabriele Falconi, #28 Davide Sundermann, #14 Mattia Koch, #30 Marcel Muri, #33 Aron Fassora, #37 Stefan Bialik, #68 Fabrice Eisenring, #85 Daniel Bernasconi, #9 Daniel Goncalves



Coach - Gracco Barberis, Team Manager - Patrice Pfirter, physiotherapist - Emmanuel Pfirter



The Club was born in 1986, with the name «Società Lugano Skater 86». 

The playing field was the historic one at Villa Negroni in Vezia. 

In 1990 the club joined the SHC Caslano, and the name became: Inline Hockey Lugano. 

In 2001 the merger with the Cadempino club. 

In 2005 the name of the club became the one still in use today: Inline Hockey Sayaluca. 

The name is made up with the beginning of the following words: «SAvosa YAnkee LUgano CAdempino».



Finalist Swiss Championship 2013

Bronze medal European Championship 2014

Winner Swiss Cup 2015

Finalist Swiss Championship 2015

Bronze medal European Championship 2016

Finalist Swiss Cup 2017

Winner SuperCup 2017


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HC Köln West Rheinos (D)



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After reaching the national finals in 2004 for the first time, the HC Cologne-West (since 2009 re-named as „Rheinos“) started its most successful period since founded in 1987 between 2006 and 2014 by winning the German championship five times with two European-Cup wins in 2008 and 2010. Also in 2010, the Rheinos' success-story reached its peak when winning three competitions – German championship, German Cup, and European Cup – within one year. Apart from that, the club celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2017. Suitably, the Rheinos won their third European Cup in 2017, also. In this context, the whole club cordially thanks the SHC Rossemaison for organising this year's tournament!


G 30 Ohrem, Michael, G 31 Kreutz, Maximilian, G 35 Baumgarth, Marc, D 6 Tacke, Niklas, D 7 Adam, Tobias, D 8 Werheit, Niklas, D 22 Maiellaro, Roberto, D 23 Böckels, Nico-Paul, D 44 Werheit, Valentin, D 94 Weisheit, David ("C"), D 96 Besner, Torben, F 10 Deck, Tobias, F 14 Holzapfel, Florian, F 21 Krause, Nicola, F 25 Kemmerling, Michael, F 70 Esser, Kai ("A"), F 71 Weisheit, Robin, F 77 Marke, Jannik, F 86 Römer, Jannik.






SHC Bienne SeelanderS (CH)






The SHC Bienne SeelanderS appears in Delémont (CH) as the 2013 Winners Cup champion. Sacred with seven national titles, five Swiss cup titles and three European title, the club founded in 1985 is one of the inline hockey pioneers in Switzerland and in Europe. He owes his success to an excellent formation work as well as an unconditional support of the 200 members who work indefatigably on its success and try to offer him infrastructures corresponding to his reputation. The last year Winner cup continental title, as well as the convincing results of its whole junior movement, comes to reward the quality work and the formation policy lauded for years by the SeelanderS.






History in national championship

Swiss champion: 1988, 1989, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2006, 2007 + vice champion 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994 and 2008.
Winner of the Swiss cup: 1995, 1997, 1999, 2008 and 2011.

History in European cup

European cup champion : 1st place in 1998, 7th place in 1999, 8th place in 2000, 4th place in 2007, 4th place in 2008 and 9th place in 2009.

Winners cup : 1st place in 2012 and 2013

Objective for this European cup

The main objective is to be as high as the event. Therefore, we whish that every single player can increase his playing level in order to reach the semi-final and go to the end of the dream.






Borehamwood Crusaders (GB)



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Borehamwood Crusaders SHC became British national champions in 2013 for the third time since the inception of the Mens team in 1999. During 2013 they were also crowned League champions and GBHI Puck National Champions as well as winning their own tournament in August in a tough final against the Hallamshire Hornets. Each time they attend the Mens European cup they gain experience and once again they are looking forward to playing some of the best teams in Europe and wish all competing teams the best of luck.



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Starz (DK)
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The team plays in Gentofte, a suburb just north of Copenhagen. We are part of the club Gentofte Rulleskøjte Klub (GRK), which consists of 5 senior teams for men. 1 women’s team, 3 junior teams, 2 hobby teams and a group of recreational inlineskaters. The club has 163 members in total, which makes it the biggest rollerskating club in Denmark.



#31 Jesper Hansen (goalkeeper), #39 Anders Reimer (goalkeeper), #2 Christian Hansen, #4 David Petersson ©, #11 Oliver Sommer (A), #14 Mick Biehl, #22 Anders Larsen, #24 Christian Sohlmann, #40 Thomas Lilholt, #47 Søren Brinkløv, #59 Søren Damgaard, #66 Kristian Damgaard, #88 Albert Praem

Dark Vipers (A)
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DARK VIPERS started in 2009 in AUSTRIA – Salzburg – Grödig

and played from 2009 – 2012 in Winter League Salzburg (unofficial League)

2010 - Third Place – Winter league Salzburg

2011 - Champion – Winter league Salzburg

2012 - Champion – Winter league Salzburg

Since 2013 DARK VIPERS are playing in ISHA official Austrian League

2013 – Champion – ISHA Regionalliga Mitte (Regional League 3rd highest League in Austria)

2013 – Champion – Landesmeister Salzburg (Champion of the Country Salzburg)

2014 – Fourth place – Qualification League ISHA

2014 – Fourth place – ISHA Bundesliga (first league)

2014 - Champion – Landesmeister Salzburg (Champion of the Country Salzburg)

2015 – Third Place – ISHA Bundesliga (first league)

2015 – Austrian Cup Winner

2015 - Champion – Landesmeister Salzburg (Champion of the Country Salzburg)

2016 – Second Place - Austrian Cup

2016 – Eight Place – European Cup Cupwinners (Essen/Germany)

2016 - Second Place – ISHA Bundesliga (first league)

2017 – 12th Place – European Mens Cup Duisburg

2017 – Fourth Place – ISHA Bundesliga (first league)

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#10 Philipp Konradsheim (C), #44 Hermann Höpflinger (A), #38 Philipp Kittler (G), #87 Stefan Resl (G), #35 Philipp Löffelberger, #88 Marvin Niedermayer, #27 Luca Klement, #18 Julian Rachbauer, #73 Alessandro Mühllechner, , #22 Philipp Motschmann, #72 Florian Panholzer, #33 Matthias Gottschling, #97 Johannes Mackner, #23 Roland Schiller, #21 Thomas Schartner, #66 Alexander Gorbach, #9 Alexander Panholzer, #74 Corin Konradsheim, #55 Franz Reindl, #69 Stefan Rezner, #95 Thomas Kloimwieder, #11 Maximilian Mackner

Givisiez (CH)
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London Street Warriors (GB)
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The London Street Warriors were established in 1982 and so represent one of Europe’s oldest clubs. In 2017 the team won the UK National title (13th in our history) and a return to the European Championships. Since our last visit to this pinnacle European tournament, we won (2015) and defended (2016) the International Rothaus Cup, Germany. In our last 3 campaigns at the European Championship we have placed 6th, 4th, and 2nd.
We have some new exciting players for those teams who have not seen us in a while, and look forward to another fantastic weekend in Rossemaison, our sincerest thanks to the organisers.
Tanner Michael #3 (C), Tanner Paul #77 (A), White Dan #11, Paul Lawrence #49, Lee Wesley #76, Dobson Richard #44, Deol Sab #9, Lambert Billy #22, McQuarrie Pip #8, Ferris Aaron #24, Leamy Danny #97, Bell Gareth #23, Gayle Callan #50, Broughton Danny #20, Lynch James #91, White Joe #30 (GK), Edwards Sean #45 (GK), Tanner James @1 (GK).
Team managers: Jordan Glenn, Edutie Prosper, Bell Monica.
Lunatics (A)
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The core of this team has only been playing jointly since 2014. Back then a group of six friends, originally playing ice hockey together, joined a small inline-skater hockey team called Lunatics Vienna. They followed the call of their friend “Rosi”, whose wish it was to win a title with the Lunatics one last time before his opportunity to do so would seize. Rosi had been diagnosed with terminal cancer, hence he assembled a team to help him pursue his last desire. And so it did. At the end of the season, Rosi, one of the league’s top defense men, was able to hold up the cup victoriously. He passed away two weeks later. 

Ever since, Rosi’s spirit has carried the team and they went on to promote to Austria’s first league. Despite the Lunatics’ strong focus on the social aspects of team sports and a notorious idleness on rainy-weather practice days, they finished their first Bundesliga-season on a respectable runner-up spot. This second place also secured them the ticket to their first-ever European appearance where they are eager to make the most of their debut. Wanna find out more? Join us for a beer or two Friday after the games!