National League

For the sixth time in a row, the regular season of the National League attracted more than two million spectators.

16,290 spectators on average went to the games of SC Bern.
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In total, 2,084'688 spectators attended the 300 games of this past regular season - an average of 6,949 spectators per game. Only once in the history of Swiss hockey, this figure was higher: in the 2015-16 season, on average 7,026 fans attended every game.

With a plus of 831 spectators per game, the ZSC Lions registered the largest increase in attendance. HC Ambrì-Piotta (+759), EHC Biel (+659), and HC Lugano (+539) also experienced a massive increase in spectators. HC Davos, on the other hand, lost 374 spectators per game on average.

Once again, SC Bern had by far the largest audience in the Swiss National League with an average of 16,290 per game.

Last Update: 05 March 2019, 12:07 PM | tme*
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