HC Sierre

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HC Sierre
HC Sierre
Greatest successes
Club information
history HC Sierre (1933–2003)
HC Sierre-Anniviers (2003–2011)
HC Sierre (since 2011)
Club colors Red Yellow
league Swiss League (since 2019)
Venue dig
capacity 4,500 seats (of which 1,600 seats)
executive Director Alain Bonnet
Head coach Dany Gélinas
captain Kyllian Guyenet
Season 2019/20 9th place, playouts

The HC Sierre ( German  HC Siders ) is a Swiss ice hockey club from Sierre that has been playing in the second-rate Swiss League since the 2019/20 season .


The association was founded in 1933 and rose in the seasons 1967/68 , 1984/85 and 1989/90 in the National League A in.

The highlight of the club's history is the Swiss runner-up title in 1973.

After the last promotion to the NLA, the free fall followed to the first division , the highest amateur division in Switzerland. For the 1997-98 season, however, the rehabilitation followed in the National League B .

Between 2003 and 2011 the association had the addition of Anniviers to its name due to a cooperation with the regional tourism organization.

The club went bankrupt in March 2013, withdrew from the NLB after the 2013/14 season and has since operated exclusively amateur and junior hockey.

In the 2014/15 season, he was promoted to the 2nd division. Only one season later they rose to the first division . For the 2017/18 season they were promoted to the MySports League . In the 2018/19 season , HC Sierre was promoted to the second-rate Swiss League as champions of the MySports League .

Former players

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