"Nés pour Gagner"
'Born to win' - Team Motto of the Rouen Dragons
The Rouen Dragons were founded in 1982 as the Rouen Hockey Club. Only three years after being founded the club were promoted to France's top division. They won their first league title in 1990 and have won another 15 since, most recently in 2020/21. They have established themselves as one of the top teams in Ligue Magnus both domestically and internationally - winning 6 French Cups, 4 League Cups and lifting the Continental Cup twice.
The Dragons are known for more than just their titles. The club has created social and educational projects in Rouen, most notably the establishment of "The Dragons bring you back home" - an association that transports people who are not able to drive their car safely back from home games, as well is their own training centre and a school for the development of young hockey players in the world of professional sports while managing their academic studies.
Rouen have participated in the Champions Hockey League twice. Their first participation was in the 2016/17 season, their second in 2018/19, when they finished second in the Group Stage and qualified for the Playoffs for the very first time. They were ultimately eliminated by RB Salzburg in the Round of 16.
- Founded in 1982
- French Champions: 16x
- One of the most decorated French teams in modern history
|2018/19||Round of 16|