Genève-Servette were founded in 1905, making them the oldest ice hockey club in the National League and one of the oldest in Europe. Their history even predates the foundation of the Swiss Ice Hockey Federation.
The club have enjoyed multiple short spells in the Swiss top tier throughout their history but have continuously played in the National League since 2002.
Though they have never won a domestic championship, they have finished runners-up eight times, most recently in 2021.
The Geneva-based club have also won the Swiss club twice and the prestigious Spengler cup two times.
Genève play their games in the Patinoire des Vernets which has a capacity for over 7,000 people.
2020/21 was one of the club's strongest seasons domestically in the last decade and in 2022/23, Genève have once again risen to the top of the NL leaderboard, earning them their second qualification for the CHL since 2016.
The Swiss club have participated in the Champions Hockey League two times in the past - in 2014/15, they played in Group C and made it to the Playoffs. The following season they lost all four of their Group Stage games and finished bottom of Group M.
- Founded in 1905
- One of the oldest teams in Europe
- Les Vernets arena built in 1958
- First CHL qualification since 2015
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