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Swiss 2. Liga
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 19??
No. of teams 66
Country(ies) Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland
Related competitions Swiss 1.Liga
Swiss 3.Liga
Swiss 4.Liga

The Swiss 2.Liga is the fourth highest league in Switzerland, after the National League A, the National League B, and the Swiss 1.Liga.

The top teams are promoted to the Swiss 1.Liga and the bottom teams are relegated to the Swiss 3.Liga.

FormatEdit

The 2.Liga is divided in three divisions: Ostschweiz or Orientale (East Switzerland; OS), 13 teams; Zentralschweiz (Central Switzerland; ZS), 12 teams and Suisse Romande (Romandie, SR).

ChampionsEdit

  • 2015-16: EHC Durnten, Rheinfelden, Star Chaux-de-Fonds, Monthey
  • 2014-15: EHC Durnten, Munchenbuchsee-Moosseedorf, Star Chaux-de-Fonds, HC Sierre
  • 2013-14: EHC Wetzikon, Munchenbuchsee-Moosseedorf, Moutier, HC Red Ice II
  • 2012-13: SC Weinfelden, Munchenbuchsee-Moosseedorf, La Vallee de Joux, Geneve-Servette II
  • 2011-12: EHC Seewen, Wettingen-Baden, Saint-Imier
  • 2010-11: EHC Coire, Belp, EHC SenSee, HC Forward-Morges
  • 2009-10: Chiasso, Bale-Petit-Huningue II, Saint-Imier, SC Meyrin
  • 2008-09: SC Herisau, Belp, HC Uni Neuchatel, HC Forward-Morges
  • 2007-08: EHC Oberthurgau, Adelboden, HC Vallee de Joux, HC Montana-Crans
  • 2006-07: Ceresio, Oberlangenegg, Bulle-la-Gruyere, HC Villars-sur-Ollon
  • 2005-06: Seewen-Herti, Belp, HC Uni Neuchatel, Verbier Bagnes
  • 2004-05: Arosa, Belp, Nord Vaudois, SC Meyrin
  • 2003-04: Weinfelden, Belp, Saint-Imier, Sion
  • 2002-03 : Star Montague, Illnau Effretikon, Belp
  • 2001-02 : Herisau, Wohlen-Freiamt, Prilly
  • 2000-01 : EHC Schaffhausen, EHC Adelboden, Monthey
  • 1999-00 : EHC Wetzikon, EHC Rot-Blau Berne, HC Anniviers, HC Dudingen
  • 1992-93 : Arosa, Bale-Petit-Huningue, Octodure
  • 1991-92 : Kusnacht, Unterseen, Star Chaux-de-Fonds
  • 1990-91 : Chiasso, Zunzgen-Sissach, Champery
  • 1989-90 : Saint Moritz,Thunerstern, Le Locle
  • 1988-89 : Wetzikon, Lucerne, Munchenbuchsee, Schwarzenburg, Fleurier, Chateau d'Oex
  • 1987-88 : Illnau-Effretikon, Grasshopper Club Zurich, Rot-Blau Berne, Signau, Saas-Grund, Villars
  • 1986-87 : Lucerne, Kussnacht, Solothurn, Munchenbuchsee, Moutier, Star Laussane
  • 1971-72 : Schwarzenburg (promoted from Group 3), Serrieres (promoted from Group 4)
  • 1967-68 : Dürnten, Schaffhouse, EHC Bienne II, EHC Langenthal II, HC La-Chaux-de Fonds II and Leukergrund were promoted to the 1.Liga


Flag of Switzerland.svg Ice hockey in Switzerland Flag of Switzerland.svg
National League A         HC Ambri-PiottaEHC BielSC BernHC DavosHC Fribourg-GottéronGenève-Servette HCKloten FlyersSCL TigersHC LuganoRapperswil-Jona LakersEV ZugZSC Lions
National League B         HC LausanneHC La Chaux-de-FondsEHC VispEHC BaselGCK LionsHC AjoieSC LangenthalEHC OltenHC ThurgauHC Sierre-AnniviersHC Neuchâtel Young Sprinters
1.Liga2.Liga3.Liga4.Liga
Men's Swiss National TeamWomen's Swiss National Team

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