Club Egara – Spanish champions in 2020 – qualified for the EHL as their country’s third rank following a third place finish in 2021
Egara bid farewell to legends like Pau Quemada, Josep Romeu and Quico Cortes and so the club now looks to the likes of Marc Recasens and Pol and Xavi Gispert. In that transition phase, they had a hard first half of the season, winning two of their nine games to sit in sixth place while they finished fourth in the Copa del Rey.
The EHL Cup hosts begin their campaign with a first meeting against Post SV.
2007/08 – FINAL4
2008/09 – KO8
2009/10 – KO16
2014/15 – KO8
2015/16 – KO16
2016/17 – KO16
2017/18 – ROUND1
2018/19 – KO8
Xavier Gispert Amat; Pol Gispert Amat; Jaume Torras Arnau; Àlex Gil Palomar; Josep Lluis Novell Codina, Miquel Espí Pardellans, Albert Pérez Esteban, Pedro Sanromá Marcet; Marc Recasens Llobet, Àlex Broto Olivé, Nacho Prat Moliné, Xavier Aguilar González; Lluis Mercadé Broto; Nani Usé Montliu; Gerard Clapés Castells.
Ramon Sala Vallhorat; Franc Dinarés Costa; Xavier Moliné Bosch; Jordi Clapés Oleart; Jan Galí Segués; Ramon Jofresa Lluch; Héctor Martínez Ruiz; David Pino Albareda; Jordi Borrás Cima; Joaquín Broto Sumalla.