Lukko Rauma were founded in 1936, and in 1963 won the Finnish national championship for the first time before winning it again in the 2020/21 season.
They finished runners-up in 1961, 1966 and 1988. In the 2010s they had their best sustained success, making the Liiga semi-finals four times in five years.
Rauma is not a big city but the hockey team can nonetheless count on a loyal following in the Kivikylän Areena.
Lukko have participated in the Champions Hockey League on four previous occasions. In 2014/15, they topped their group and reached the Quarter-Finals, where they lost to eventual champions Lulea Hockey by just one goal on aggregate.
The following season, they went all the way to the Semi-Finals where they again fell by just a single goal, this time to Kärpät Oulu.
In 2016/17 they made it out of the Group Stage but fell in the very first elimination round.
In 2021/22, following a championship season in Liiga, they topped their group and made it to the Quarter-Finals where they were eliminated by Red Bull Munich in OT.
- Founded in 1936
- Reached CHL Semi-Finals 2015/16
- Won Finnish titles in 1962/63 and 2020/21
- Have played in Liiga continuously since 1984
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