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Old January 18th, 2009, 08:28 PM   #1
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Champions Hockey League Arenas

Champions Hockey League 2009/2010 Arenas



The International Ice-Hockey Federation has organized European Cup competitions for a long time, but didn’t manage to alter these competitions to a level higher than the European Football Cup competitions in their initial phase in the 50-ies. Last year, the IIHF started a new try and it’s clearly the most promising one so far to finally establish a competitive and prestigious European Cup competition for club teams. The format is organized by professionals who have been involved with launching the UEFA Champions League.

In its first season, 2008/2009, only teams from the top leagues have participated in the Champions Hockey League and the competition included one qualification round. The winner was underdog Swiss champion ZSC Lions beating Russian regular season and European champions cup winners Metallurg Magnitogorsk 7-2 on aggregate (2-2, 5-0).

Champions Hockey League 2008/2009 Final - Return Game in Rapperswil-Jona (ZSC Lions - Metallurg Magnitogorsk):


The format for the Champions Hockey League 2009/2010 has not finally been decided yet. It is not sure yet if a planned expansion to 29 teams from 22 countries with two qualification rounds will be realised already now or only later. If not, than the format will be the same as last year. In either way, the Group Stage will again consist of 12 teams in 4 groups and the winner of the groups will qualify for the Semi-Finals.

Either way, the champions of the 7 best Leagues are directly qualified for the Group Stage. If the format will be the same as last year, also the Regular Season winners of the 4 best Leagues will be directly qualified and the Regular Season winners of the Leagues 5-7 will play a qualification tournament to determine the 12th team in the Group Stage. In the case of an expansion there will be a Qualifying Round 1 with the Champions of countries ranked 8-22 and the Regular Season winners of countries ranked 5-7 determining in a small tournament with a single round robin the 6 group winners which will proceed to Qualifying Round 2 where they together with the 4 Regular Season winners of the Leagues ranked 1-4 will determine in 5 duels in cup system with home and away games the 5 additional teams for the Group Stage.

The finalists of CHL 2008/2009 will both not compete in 2009/2010. Finalist Metallurg Magnitogorsk reached only the Semi-Finals in the Kontinental Hockey League where they lost with 1-4 games against Lokomotiv Yaroslavl after reaching the 2nd place in the Tarasov Division.

European Champion ZSC Lions will not be able to defend their title as they dropped out already in the Quarter-Finals of the Swiss National League A Playoffs against Fribourg-Gottéron with a clean 0-4 after reaching the 2nd place in the Regular Season only weeks after their CHL victory.

Here are the stadiums of the champions of the 7 best leagues which will either way be directly qualified for the Group Stage. League average attendance refers to the 08/09 season including playoffs. The Champions Hockey League 2008/2009 group stage stadia can be found in post nr.12 of this thread.



Champions Hockey League 2009/2010 Arenas



Ak Bars Kazan

Country: Russia
Municipality (population): Kazan (1’100’000)
Urban Area (population): Kazan (1’100’000)
National champion: 5x
CHL: 1st participation
Stadium (hockey capacity): Tatneft Arena (10’000)
League average attendance: 6’000







JYP

Country: Finland
Municipality (population): Jyväskylä (150’000)
Urban Area (population): Jyväskylä (100’000)
National champion: 1x
CHL: 1st participation
Stadium (hockey capacity): Synergia Arena (4’000)
League average attendance: 4’000







Energie Karlovy Vary

Country: Czech Republic
Municipality (population): Karlovy Vary (50’000)
Urban Area (population): Karlovy Vary (50’000)
National champion: 1x
CHL: 1st participation
Stadium (hockey capacity): Zimni Stadion (4’500)
League average attendance: 4’000







Färjestads BK

Country: Sweden
Municipality (population): Karlstad (80’000)
Urban Area (population): Karlstad (60’000)
National champion: 8x
CHL: 1st participation
Stadium (hockey capacity): Löfbergs Lila Arena (8’500)
League average attendance: 7’000

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HC Kosice

Country: Slovakia
Municipality (population): Kosice (250’000)
Urban Area (population): Kosice (250’000)
National champion: Czechoslovakia – 2x, Slovakia – 4x
CHL: 1st participation
Stadium (hockey capacity): Steel Arena (8’500)
League average attendance: 7’000







HC Davos

Country: Switzerland
Municipality (population): Davos (10’000)
Urban Area (population): -
National champion: 29x
CHL: 1st participation
Stadium (hockey capacity): Vaillant Arena (7’000)
League average attendance: 5’000







Eisbären Berlin

Country: Germany
Municipality (population): Berlin (3’400’000)
Urban Area (population): Berlin (3’700’000)
National champion: 3x DEL, 15x GDR
CHL 08/09: Group stage 2nd
Stadium (hockey capacity): O2-World (14’200)
League average attendance: 14’000







Teams participating (at least) in Champions League Qualification
- Salavat Yulaev Ufa (Russia), Ufa Arena, 8’000
- Espoo Blues (Finland), Barona Areena, 7’000
- Slavia Prague (Czech Republic), O2 Arena, 17’000
- Linköpings HC (Sweden), Cloetta Center, 8’500
- Slovan Bratislava (Slovakia), Samsung Arena, 8’000
- SC Bern (Switzerland), Postfinance Arena, 17’100
- Hannover Scorpions (Germany), TUI Arena, 10’800

Teams participating in Champions League Qualification in case of Expansion (in many cases, the teams would presumably play their CHL-Qualification games in bigger venues)
- Yunost Minsk (Belarus), Yunost Ice Arena, 1’000
- Liepajas Metalurgs (Latvia), Olimpiska Ledus, 1’500
- SonderjyskE (Vojens, Denmark), Skojtehal, 2’500
- KAC (Klagenfurt, Austria), Stadthalle, 5’000
- Barys Astana (Kazakhstan), LDS Ice Palace, 3’000
- Valerenga (Oslo, Norway), Jordal Amfi, 5’500
- Bruleurs de loups (Grenoble, France), Pôle Sud, 3’500
- Acroni Jesenice (Slovenia), Dvorana Podmezalka, 4’000
- HC Bolzano (Italy), Palaonda, 7’000
- Alba Volan Szekesfehervar (Hungary), Szekesfehervar Ice Hall, 3’500
- Cracovia Krakow (Poland), Krakowianka Arena, 4’500
- HYS Den Haag (Netherlands), De Uithof, 2’000
- Sokil Kyiv (Ukraine), Avangard, 500
- Sheffield Steelers (UK), FM Arena, 9’000
- Miercurea Ciuc (Romania), Vakar Lajos, 4’000

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Have to say that they have better arenas than ULEB.
But where is CSKA?
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Have to say that they have better arenas than ULEB.
But where is CSKA?
Record euro champ
Only the champions (and regular season winners of the top leagues) are eligible to participate. So, of course, many famous teams and fabulous european hockey stadiums didn't participate this year. A good site to check them out: http://www.hockeyarenas.net
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Can you make a list of the old champions?
Who is "Real, Liverpool" etc of european icehokey
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I heard about Magnitogorsk (Russia) as one of the best European team but Swiss teams arequite good (Lions and SC Bern).

PS.Polish hockey is very weak.Polish clubs have no money and popularity of this sport in Poland is very very low.It's strange because Poland have boarder with Czech Rep and Slovakia where hockey is national sport.We had only two players in NHL - Mariusz Czerkawski and Krzysztof Oliwa.The first one was more than averange player but the second one was good only in fights.He was the best puncher in NHL.One of the best young players in NHL - Wojtek Wolski- was born in Poland but he wants to play for Canada (nothing strange if we compared Polish hockey with Canadian)
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This is first season of Champions Hockey League

Among last championships most of victories were, of course, by USSR and Russia clubs:

European Cup:
1966 - ZKL Brno (Czechoslovakia)
1967 - ZKL Brno (Czechoslovakia)
1968 - ZKL Brno (Czechoslovakia)
1969 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1970 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1971 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1972 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1973 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1974 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1975 - Krylja Sovjetov (USSR)
1976 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1977 - Poldi Kladno (Czechoslovakia)
1978 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1979 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1980 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1981 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1982 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1983 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1984 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1985 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1986 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1987 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1988 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1989 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1990 - CSKA Moscow (USSR)
1991 - Djurgårdens (Sweden)
1992 - Djurgårdens (Sweden)
1993 - Malmö (Sweden)
1994 - TPS (Finland)
1995 - Jokerit (Finland)
1996 - Jokerit (Finland)
1997 - Lada Togliatti (Russia)

European Hockey League:
1997 - TPS (Finland)
1998 - VEU Feldkirch (Austria)
1999 - Metallurg Magnitogorsk (Russia)
2000 - Metallurg Magnitogorsk (Russia)

IIHF European Champions Cup:
2005 - Avangard Omsk (Russia)
2006 - HC Dynamo Moscow (Russia)
2007 - Ak Bars Kazan (Russia)
2008 - Metallurg Magnitogorsk (Russia)
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There exists also the European CONTINENTAL CUP which can be compared in a way to UEFA CUP, the winners were:

2009 - MHC Martin (Slo)
2008 - Bars Kazan (Rus)
2007 - Junost Minsk (Bel)
2006 - Lada Togliatti (Rus)
2005 - HKm Zvolen (Slo)
2004 - Slovan Bratislava (Slo)
2003 - Jokerit Helsinki (Fin)
2002 - ZSC Lions (Swi)
2001 - ZSC Lions (Swi)
2000 - Ambri-Piotta (Swi)
1999 - Ambri-Piotta (Swi)
1998 - HC Kosice (Slo)


To give a broader overview, here the national champions of the top leagues in the last 10 years:

SUPER LEAGUE (Russia), now KONTINENTAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
2008 - Salavat Yulaev Ufa
2007 - Metallurg Magnitogorsk
2006 - AK Bars Kazan
2005 - HC Dynamo Moscow
2004 - Avangard Omsk
2003 - Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
2002 - Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
2001 - Metallurg Magnitogorsk
2000 - HC Dynamo Moscow

ELITSERIEN (Sweden)
2008 - HV71
2007 - MODO Hockey
2006 - Färjestads BK
2005 - Frölunda HC
2004 - HV71
2003 - Västra Frölunda HC
2002 - Färjestads BK
2001 - Djurgårdens IF
2000 - Djurgårdens IF
1999 - Brynäs IF

SM-LIIGA (Finland)
2008 - Kärpät
2007 - Kärpät
2006 - HPK
2005 - Kärpät
2004 - Kärpät
2003 - Tappara
2002 - Jokerit
2001 - TPS
2000 - TPS
1999 - TPS

EXTRALIGA (Czech Republic)
2008 - HC Slavia Prague
2007 - HC Sparta Prague
2006 - HC Sparta Prague
2005 - HC Moeller Pardubice
2004 - RI OKNA Zlín
2003 - HC Slavia Prague
2002 - HC Sparta Prague
2001 - HC Vsetín
2000 - HC Sparta Prague
1999 - HC Slovnaft Vsetín

NATIONAL LEAGUE A (Switzerland)
2008 - ZSC Lions
2007 - HC Davos
2006 - HC Lugano
2005 - HC Davos
2004 - SC Bern
2003 - HC Lugano
2002 - HC Davos
2001 - ZSC Lions
2000 - ZSC Lions
1999 - HC Lugano

EXTRALIGA (Slovakia)
2008 - Slovan Bratislava
2007 - Slovan Bratislava
2006 - MsHK Zilina
2005 - Slovan Bratislava
2004 - Dukla Trencin
2003 - Slovan Bratislava
2002 - Slovan Bratislava
2001 - HKm Zvolen
2000 - Slovan Bratislava
1999 - HC Kosice

DEUTSCHE EISHOCKEY LIGA (Germany)
2008 - Eisbären Berlin
2007 - Adler Mannheim
2006 - Eisbären Berlin
2005 - Eisbären Berlin
2004 - Frankfurt Lions
2003 - Krefeld Pinguine
2002 - Kölner Haie
2001 - Adler Mannheim
2000 - München Barons
1999 - Adler Mannheim
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CSKA is the biggest in Europe but no championships in the last years.
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CSKA is the biggest in Europe but no championships in the last years.
As Red Army team, they were able to draft all the best players from the country. There was no internal competition. CSKA was more or less identical with the Soviet national team which was clearly the strongest for a long time.

CSKA is still a top team in Russia even though they didn't win any championship in the post-soviet era yet. Last year, they reached the 3rd place in regular season which is the best result since nearly 20 years. They are coached since 5 years by CSKA and Gottéron legend Slava Bykov who is at the same time also the coach of the Russian national team since 3 years (nearly like in the "old times" when the CSKA and national team coach were also mostly identical). Most of his family still lives in Switzerland. His son Andrej Bykov plays with Gottéron successfully in the National League A (and the Swiss U20-National Team).
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First Champions Hockey League winner is ZSC Lions.

Goals Final Game 1 in Magnitogorsk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_MSp29HMg4

Goals Final Game 2 in Rapperswil
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86nSPvDmHGw

CHL Top 5 Goals
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvJOK0KEbDE&NR=1

Finalist ZSC Profile
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBb81l--Q1U

Finalist Magnitogorsk Profile
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SU7T...eature=related
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Poland is increible weak in ice-hockey. I will say more Poland is subnatural weak in ice-hockey.We life between the greates ice-hokey nations in the world:just thing ,Rusia,Czech Rep, Slovakia, Sweden ,Finland ,Germany, we have winter ,snow , and all, but in Poland nobody cares about ice-hockey.It is so strange, wow.Poland sould be one of the biggest ice-hockey nations , insteat of that everybody cares about football.Football looks like child-play in comparasion with ice-hockey, and I don't like all that dooly-lovy southern-europe football players. You know all that Spanish , Italian , Portugues football players thinking that they are the toughest men in the planet.

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Champions Hockey League 2008/2009 Arenas

Here are the stadiums of the teams that reached the group stage of Champions Hockey League (CHL) 2008/2009:

(League average attendance refers to the 07/08 season including playoffs)

Group A

Metallurg Magnitogorsk

Country: Russian Federation
Municipality (population): Magnitogorsk (400’000)
Urban Area (population): Magnitogorsk (400’000)
National champion: 3x
CHL 08/09: Finalist
Stadium (hockey capacity): Magnitogorsk Arena (7’800)
League average attendance: 6’000







Kärpät Oulu

Country: Finland
Municipality (population): Oulu (150’000)
Urban Area (population): Oulu (150’000)
National champion: 5x
CHL 08/09: Group stage 3rd
Stadium (hockey capacity): Oulun Energia Areena (6’600)
League average attendance: 6’200



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Eisbären Berlin

Country: Germany
Municipality (population): Berlin (3’400’000)
Urban Area (population): Berlin (3’700’000)
National champion: 3x DEL, 15x GDR
CHL 08/09: Group stage 2nd
Stadium (hockey capacity): O2-World (14’200)
League average attendance: 4’700 (in the old stadium – “Wellblechpalast”)







Group B

Espoo Blues

Country: Finland
Municipality (population): Espoo (250’000)
Urban Area (population): Helsinki (1’100’000)
National champion: 0x
CHL 08/09: Semi-Finalist
Stadium (hockey capacity): Barona Areena (7’000)
League average attendance: 5’000







HV 71

Country: Sweden
Municipality (population): Jönköping (100’000)
Urban Area (population): Jönköping (100’000)
National champion: 3x
CHL 08/09: Group stage 2nd
Stadium (hockey capacity): Kinnarps Arena (7’000)
League average attendance: 7’000







SC Bern

Country: Switzerland
Municipality (population): Bern (100’000)
Urban Area (population): Bern (200’000)
National champion: 11x
CHL 08/09: Group stage 3rd (Winner of Qualification tournament)
Stadium (hockey capacity): Postfinance Arena (17’100)
League average attendance: 16’000







Group C

Salavat Yulaev Ufa

Country: Russian Federation
Municipality (population): Ufa (1’000’000)
Urban Area (population): Ufa (1’000’000)
National champion: 1x
CHL 08/09: Semi-Finalist
Stadium (hockey capacity): Ufa Arena (8’000)
League average attendance: 6’400







HC Ceske Budejovice

Country: Czech Republic
Municipality (population): Ceske Budejovice (100’000)
Urban Area (population): Ceske Budejovice (100’000)
National champion: 1x
CHL 08/09: Group stage 2nd
Stadium (hockey capacity): Budvar Arena (6’400)
League average attendance: 5’700







HC Slovan Bratislava

Country: Slovakia
Municipality (population): Bratislava (450’000)
Urban Area (population): Bratislava (400’000)
National champion: 7x Slovakia, 1x Czechoslovakia
CHL 08/09: Group stage 3rd
Stadium (hockey capacity): Samsung Arena (8’000)
League average attendance: 6’000







Group D

HC Slavia Prag

Country: Czech Republic
Municipality (population): Prag (1’200’000)
Urban Area (population): Prag (1’200’000)
National champion: 2x Czech Rep., 4x Bohemia
CHL 08/09: Group stage 2nd
Stadium (hockey capacity): O2-Arena (17’000)
League average attendance: 7’000







Linköpings HC

Country: Sweden
Municipality (population): Linköping (150’000)
Urban Area (population): Linköping (100’000)
National champion: 0x
CHL 08/09: Group stage 3rd
Stadium (hockey capacity): Cloetta Center (8’500)
League average attendance: 7’300







ZSC Lions

Country: Switzerland
Municipality (population): Zürich (350’000)
Urban Area (population): Zürich (850’000)
National champion: 6x
CHL 08/09: Winner
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Stadium (hockey capacity): Hallenstadion (10’700)
League average attendance: 7’500





ZSC Lions home stadium Hallenstadion was unavailable at the dates of the Champions Hockey League Semi-final and Final (cycling (Six Days), horseriding (CSI Zurich) and figure skating (Art on Ice) events). So the team moved to Rapperswil-Jona (30km distance, at the other end of the Zurich lake) for the home games. That’s where the first CHL trophy was handed over to captain Mathias Seger after the 7-2 aggregate victory over Metallurg Magnitogorsk.


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Cracovia has only 2000-2500 seats.
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Cracovia has only 2000-2500 seats.
so, what about the stadium project?
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That advertising on the Ice makes advertising in Soccer look non existent.
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That advertising on the Ice makes advertising in Soccer look non existent.
agree .. america is definatley superior when it comes to jerseys and having competitive leagues ... in europ its usually the same teams winning over and over...
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will the IIHF CL be active this upcoming season?
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No. Most important sponsor so far, Gazprom, withdrew because of the financial crisis.
They say for the 2010/2011 season the CHL will be played again, but we have to wait and see.
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that sux!!!!! very bad news.
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totally bad... if we want to survived to this crisis we should keep working & having this events all over the world... less people but at least the money keeps going .... my 2 cents
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