List of Swiss ice hockey champions

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The Swiss national championship in ice hockey has been contested in various forms since 1909.

History[edit]

The Swiss National Championship was first contested in 1909, and continued until 1937, when it was replaced by the Nationalliga A. Due to World War I, it was not contested in the 1914 and 1915 seasons.

Between 1916 and 1933, alongside the Swiss National Championship, the Swiss International Championship was contested. Unlike the National Championship, which had restrictions on the number of foreigners allowed to play, an unlimited number of foreign players were allowed to compete in the International Championship.

Since the 1937-38 season, the Nationalliga A, now called the National League A, is established as the highest level league in Switzerland; in the 1985-86 season, the Swiss Champion was first awarded in the playoffs.

The women's national championship has been contested annually since 1987, the league is known as the Leistungsklasse A. It is also known as Swiss Women’s Hockey League A.

Swiss champions (men's)[edit]

National Championship (1909–1937)[edit]

International Championship (1916–1933)[edit]

  • 1922: HC Château-d’Œx
  • 1923: EHC St Moritz
  • 1924: HC Château-d’Œx
  • 1925: HC Rosey Gstaad
  • 1926: no champion
  • 1927: HC Davos

Nationalliga A (1938–2007)[edit]

  • 1938: HC Davos
  • 1939: HC Davos
  • 1940: not contested
  • 1941: HC Davos
  • 1942: HC Davos
  • 1943: HC Davos
  • 1944: HC Davos
  • 1945: HC Davos
  • 1946: HC Davos
  • 1947: HC Davos
  • 1948: HC Davos
  • 1949: Zürcher SC
  • 1950: HC Davos
  • 1951: EHC Arosa
  • 1952: EHC Arosa
  • 1953: EHC Arosa
  • 1954: EHC Arosa
  • 1955: EHC Arosa
  • 1956: EHC Arosa
  • 1957: EHC Arosa
  • 1958: HC Davos
  • 1959: SC Bern
  • 1960: HC Davos
  • 1961: Zürcher SC
  • 1962: EHC Visp
  • 1963: HC Villars
  • 1964: HC Villars
  • 1965: SC Bern
  • 1966: Grasshopper Club Zürich
  • 1967: EHC Kloten
  • 1968: HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
  • 1969: HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
  • 1970: HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
  • 1971: HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
  • 1972: HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
  • 1973: HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
  • 1974: SC Bern
  • 1975: SC Bern
  • 1976: SC Langnau
  • 1977: SC Bern
  • 1978: EHC Biel
  • 1979: SC Bern
  • 1980: EHC Arosa
  • 1981: EHC Biel
  • 1982: EHC Arosa
  • 1983: EHC Biel
  • 1984: HC Davos
  • 1985: HC Davos
  • 1986: HC Lugano
  • 1987: HC Lugano
  • 1988: HC Lugano
  • 1989: SC Bern
  • 1990: HC Lugano
  • 1991: SC Bern
  • 1992: SC Bern
  • 1993: EHC Kloten
  • 1994: EHC Kloten
  • 1995: EHC Kloten
  • 1996: EHC Kloten
  • 1997: SC Bern
  • 1998: EV Zug
  • 1999: HC Lugano
  • 2000: ZSC Lions
  • 2001: ZSC Lions
  • 2002: HC Davos
  • 2003: HC Lugano
  • 2004: SC Bern
  • 2005: HC Davos
  • 2006: HC Lugano
  • 2007: HC Davos

National League A (since 2008)[edit]

  • 2008: ZSC Lions
  • 2009: HC Davos
  • 2010: SC Bern
  • 2011: HC Davos
  • 2012: ZSC Lions
  • 2013: SC Bern
  • 2014: ZSC Lions
  • 2015: HC Davos
  • 2016: SC Bern
  • 2017: SC Bern
  • 2018: ZSC Lions

Titles by club[edit]

Titles Club
31 HC Davos
15 SC Bern
9 EHC Arosa
8 ZSC Lions (earlier known as Zürcher SC)
7 HC Lugano
6 HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
5 EHC Kloten
3 HC Bellerive Vevey
EHC St. Moritz
HC Bern
EHC Biel
2 HC Les Avants
HC Rosey-Gstaad
HC Villars
1 HC La Villa Lausanne
Club des Pâtineurs de Lausanne
HC Château-d’Œx
EHC Visp
GCK Lions
SC Langnau
EV Zug

Swiss Cup winners (men's)[edit]

Swiss champions (women's)[edit]

Leistungsklasse A[edit]

  • 2007: Ladies Team Lugano
  • 2008: DHC Langenthal
  • 2009: Ladies Team Lugano
  • 2010: Ladies Team Lugano
  • 2011: ZSC Lions Frauen
  • 2012: ZSC Lions Frauen
  • 2013: ZSC Lions Frauen
  • 2014: Ladies Team Lugano
  • 2015: Ladies Team Lugano
  • 2016: ZSC Lions Frauen
  • 2017: ZSC Lions Frauen

Titles by club[edit]

Titles Club
8 ZSC Lions Frauen (earlier known as Grasshopper Club Zürich)
6 Ladies Team Lugano
4 EV Zug
DHC Lyss (earlier known as SC Lyss)
3 SC Reinach
2 DHC Langenthal
EHC Kloten
1 DSC St. Gallen
EHC Bülach

Swiss Cup champions (women's)[edit]

  • 2006: Ladies Team Lugano
  • 2007: not contested
  • 2008: DHC Langenthal
  • 2009: ZSC Lions Frauen
  • 2010: DHC Langenthal
  • 2011: ZSC Lions Frauen
  • 2012: ZSC Lions Frauen
  • 2013: ZSC Lions Frauen
  • 2014: ZSC Lions Frauen
  • 2015: not contested
  • 2016: ZSC Lions Frauen
  • 2017: Ladies Team Lugano

See also[edit]

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