This page provides information for players wishing to play in Switzerland. Most information is for the 1999-2000 season, but some is for the 2000-2001 season. Contact the people listed in this page for further information.
The DHC (Damen Hockey Club) Langenthal is looking for one or two skilled women to play for their team next year (September 2000 - April 2001). If you know anyone who is interested in playing overseas please forward them this message.
DHC Langenthal pays for one plan ticket (return) from your home in Canada or the US to Switzerland. They also arrange for you to live with a family and work as an aupair. You will receive from the family a salary of 650SFC per month and you also have an opportunity for a playing bonus at the end of the season depending upon which place the team finishes. Over Christmas and at the end of the year you will have time to travel if you so desire.
This is really a great experience. For more information please contact:
Christine Etele (DHC Langenthal rep in Canada)
4478 Emily Carr Dr.
You can also contact the hockey club as follows:
Thomas Nikles, President
CH-4922 Thunstetten / Switzerland
If you are interested in playing for this team, please contact Vicky at email@example.com.
SC Reinach is always looking for skilled foreigners, and is currently looking for players for the 2001-2002 season.
SC Reinach was the Swiss Champion in the A league for the 2000-2001 season.
If you are interested, please contact the team manager Toni Neuenschwander at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Lynn Bieri who is a player at email@example.com.
EHC Illnau-Effretikon (who was the winner of the 1997-98 National League B and has since been promoted to the National League A for the 1998-99 season) is looking for two skilled foreigners to join their team for the 1998-99 season. If you know anyone who would be able to play for them, please contact Alexander Tschanz at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or see the web page for Illnau-Effretikon. Note that Illnau-Effretikon was formerly Bulach.
Hi female hockey player,
Are you interested in playing hockey in Switzerland next season?
The DHC Lyss, Swiss Champion team of the last three years, is looking for two experimented players (defense / center) to play for our team during the 97/98 season. We begin with our ice training sessions in august, the national championship (20 games) is beginning by mid-octobre. We will have about 10 pre-season-games, a four-days-trainings camp and we will be guests at a international tournament in Germany. The team is practising two to three times a week (plus games).
Are you interested to follow outstanding players like Andria Hunter (DHC Langenthal), Sue Merz, Tiia Reima, Riika Nieminen (DHC Lyss), Kelly O'Leary (St. Gallen) or Kim Reid (DHC Langenthal)?
Please contact: Daniel Monnin (email@example.com) Manager DHC Lyss Balmstrasse 118 CH-4584 Lueterswil Dayphone: ++41 31 921 74 44 Evephone: ++41 32 351 60 25 Fax: ++41 32 351 60 35
EV Zug is looking for one foreigner for the 1997-98 season. They are mainly interested in a forward. They are looking for a player who plays at the highest level of women's hockey.
EV Zug will provide you with an appartment, the flight to and from Switzerland, and some spending money. It is not certain yet, but they may be able to provide you with a car.
Please contact: Monika Profos Grabenacker Strasse 6312 Steinhausen Switzerland Phone: 011-41-41-740-4638 (home)
St. Gallen is looking for a foreigner for the 1998-99 season which is to start on October 10th. They will pay for your flight, and you can work as an aupair (only four hours of work per day)!
Please contact Mr. Michael Fischer
Phone business: 011-41-51-228-0514
Phone private: 011-41-71-278-6442
Here is a checklist for players who are playing abroad.
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