HC Sierre (1933–2003)
HC Sierre-Anniviers (2003–2011)
HC Sierre (since 2011)
|Club colors||Red Yellow|
|league||Swiss League (since 2019)|
|capacity||4,500 seats (of which 1,600 seats)|
|executive Director||Alain Bonnet|
|Head coach||Dany Gélinas|
|Season 2019/20||9th place, playouts|
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 .