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Attendance Figures
2003/2004 3.450
2002/2003 5.415
2001/2002 4.190
2000/2001 3.731
1999/2000 2.705
1998/1999 2.967
1997/1998 3.487
















Eisstadion Davos

Information and visiting experience by Daniel Geering (dangeery@bluewin.ch)
Translation by Jens Poelling-Vocke (jenspv@aol.com)

The Ice arena of Davos is one of the most beautiful hockey arenas of the world and is an architectural master-piece as well. The arena was built in 1979 and has a capacity of 7700, about 3500 fans can have a seat and the other 4400 will have to be in the standing room.
The team from Davos is one of the most traditional teams in Switzerland and no other team has ever won as many championships (25) as the team of Davos. The regular attendance during the last season (1999/2000) was about 5100 fans per game, so it shouldn't be a problem to get tickets for most of the regular season games. You have to spend about 19 Franken to be in the standing room or between 38 and 45 Franken for a seat, this is varying where exactly you want to be.
Another important event is the yearly Sprengler-Cup, one of the most famous club tournaments of the world. Every year between Christmas and New Year the best teams from Russia, Czecheslowakia, Sweden, Finland and Germany will come together in Davos to try to win the Cup. If you would like to visit one of the Cups-games it is advisable to try to get a hold of a couple tickets a little bit earlier, because most of those games will be sold out.

Directions to the arena:

From Basel/Schaffhausen in direction Zurich, Chur,
Sargans. Exit Landquart from the Autobahn in direction
Klosters Davos.

Davos is located on about 1800 meter above sea-level, depending on the time of the year you have to think about winter equipment for your car.


HC Davos
Eisbahnstrasse 5
7270 Davos


www.hcd.ch (official homepage of the team)

www.spenglercup.ch (Homepage of the Spenglercup)

Contact for tickets in advance:

Davos Tourismus
7270 Davos Platz
Tel: 0814-153666

or Ticketcorner: