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Established
1931 (91 years old)

Sport
Ice Hockey

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PostFinance Arena
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Bern, Switzerland

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Swiss National League

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Upcoming Events
29 Nov 22 Langnau Tigers  -  Bern
01 Dec 22 Bern  -  Langnau Tigers
03 Dec 22 Zurich  -  Bern
09 Dec 22 Bern  -  Zug
10 Dec 22 Fribourg  -  Bern

Latest Results
26 Nov 22 Bern  2 - 3  Davos
25 Nov 22 Servette  1 - 3  Bern
20 Nov 22 Lugano  5 - 1  Bern
19 Nov 22 Bern  1 - 3  Fribourg
05 Nov 22 Bern  4 - 3  Zurich

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Schlittschuh Club Bern (Ice-skating Club Bern in English) is an ice hockey team based in Bern, Switzerland. They play in the National League (NL), the top tier of the Swiss hockey league system. For the 18th year in a row, the club is the most attended ice hockey team in Europe for the 2018–19 regular season, averaging 16,290 spectators.

They are traditional rivals with HC Fribourg-Gottéron, EHC Biel, and the SCL Tigers.

Team Members
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Calle
Andersson




Thierry
Bader




Alain
Berger




Eric
Blum




Cory
Conacher




Ronny
Dähler




Kaspars
Daugavins




Joshua
Fahrni




Beat
Gerber




Colin
Gerber




Jeremi
Gerber




Andri
Henauer




Mika
Henauer




Dustin
Jeffrey




Timothy
Kast




Simon
Moser




Jan
Neuenschwander




Vincent
Praplan




Thomas
Rüfenacht




Tristan
Scherwey




Gregory
Sciaroni




Thomas
Thiry




Ramón
Untersander




Philip
Wüthrich



(24 total)
= Player Contract years remaining
= Player Statistics available latest season

Stadium or Home

The PostFinance-Arena (originally known as Eisstadion Allmend and Bern Arena) is an arena in Bern, Switzerland. It is primarily used for ice hockey and is the home arena of SC Bern. It was built in 1967 and currently accommodates 17,031 people. A characteristic of the PostFinance Arena is that it has the world's largest standing room grandstand within an arena, with a capacity of 10,422 bench seats.

The PostFinance Arena was the main arena for the 2009 IIHF World Championships, and has already hosted the inaugural Victoria Cup. Likewise, in May 2016, the 2016 European Women's Artistic Gymnastics Championships were held at the arena.

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