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, with over 10 percent of the town’s population present at each game.
Lukko have appeared in the Champions Hockey League on two previous occasions and fared well. 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.
- 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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