National League

The maximum of two thirds of the capacity has very different repercussions for the various clubs in the National League.

The Lakers will have only around 3,000 spectators next season.

The club which will be able to host the most spectators are the ZSC Lions, as the Hallenstadion has no official standing area anyway. It will thus have a capacity around 7,500 spectators (instead of 11,200).

Second is SC Bern, who has to turn their huge standing area into a seating area. Their capacity will be around 6,000, according to Marc Lüthi. Just as many as Lausanne HC will be able to host, who are currently also expecting to have around 6,000 seats available.

At the bottom of the table, there are the SC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers, who can sell around 3,000 seats, the SCL Tigers with around 2,700, and HC Ambrì-Piotta with only 2,300 seats.

The new capacities of the Swiss arenas
  • ZSC Lions: ~7,500 (Source: SRF, Blick)
  • SC Bern: ~6,000 (Blick, Watson)
  • Lausanne HC: ~6,000 (24 heures)
  • HC Fribourg-Gottéron: ~5,000 (Freiburger Nachrichten)
  • Genève-Servette HC: ~4,500 (Radio Lac)
  • EV Zug: ~3,800 (Luzerner Zeitung, Zentralplus)
  • EHC Biel: ~3,600 (Bieler Tagblatt)
  • HC Davos: ~3,500-4,000 (Südostschweiz)
  • HC Lugano: ~3,300 (La Regione)
  • SC Rapperswil-Jona Lakers: ~3,000 (Südostschweiz)
  • SCL Tigers: ~2,700 (SCL Tigers)
  • HC Ambrì-Piotta: ~2,300 (20 Minuti)
( 03 September 2020 | tme* )
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