Vienna Capitals

www.vienna-capitals.at
Date Home Away Results
14.09.2018 EHC LIWEST Linz Vienna Capitals 2:3
16.09.2018 Vienna Capitals Fehervar AV19 4:2
21.09.2018 Vienna Capitals HC TWK Innsbruck 8:2
23.09.2018 KHL Medvescak Zagreb Vienna Capitals 1:3
28.09.2018 Vienna Capitals Moser Medical Graz 99ers 2:1
30.09.2018 Vienna Capitals EC Panaceo VSV 4:3
05.10.2018 HC Bolzano Vienna Capitals 1:2
07.10.2018 Dornbirner EC Vienna Capitals 2:3
12.10.2018 Vienna Capitals EC-KAC 2:1
14.10.2018 Orli Znojmo Vienna Capitals 2:5
19.10.2018 Vienna Capitals Red Bull Salzburg 4:2
21.10.2018 Vienna Capitals EHC LIWEST Linz 5:2
26.10.2018 EC-KAC Vienna Capitals 7:2
28.10.2018 Fehervar AV19 Vienna Capitals 4:3
30.10.2018 Vienna Capitals HC Bolzano 1:4
02.11.2018 Moser Medical Graz 99ers Vienna Capitals 3:0
04.11.2018 Vienna Capitals Orli Znojmo 3:9
13.11.2018 Vienna Capitals KHL Medvescak Zagreb 2:1
16.11.2018 EC Panaceo VSV Vienna Capitals 2:1
18.11.2018 Vienna Capitals Dornbirner EC 4:3
24.11.2018 Red Bull Salzburg Vienna Capitals 4:3
25.11.2018 HC TWK Innsbruck Vienna Capitals 4:3
27.11.2018 Vienna Capitals HC Bolzano 5:2
30.11.2018 Moser Medical Graz 99ers Vienna Capitals 4:2
02.12.2018 EC Panaceo VSV Vienna Capitals 3:7
07.12.2018 Vienna Capitals KHL Medvescak Zagreb 5:0
08.12.2018 Vienna Capitals Dornbirner EC 4:1
18.12.2018 Red Bull Salzburg Vienna Capitals -:-
21.12.2018 Vienna Capitals HC TWK Innsbruck -:-
23.12.2018 EC-KAC Vienna Capitals -:-
26.12.2018 Vienna Capitals EHC LIWEST Linz -:-
28.12.2018 Fehervar AV19 Vienna Capitals -:-
30.12.2018 Vienna Capitals Orli Znojmo -:-
01.01.2019 Vienna Capitals Fehervar AV19 -:-
04.01.2019 EHC LIWEST Linz Vienna Capitals -:-
06.01.2019 Orli Znojmo Vienna Capitals -:-
11.01.2019 Vienna Capitals Red Bull Salzburg -:-
13.01.2019 KHL Medvescak Zagreb Vienna Capitals -:-
18.01.2019 Vienna Capitals EC Panaceo VSV -:-
20.01.2019 Vienna Capitals EC-KAC -:-
25.01.2019 HC Bolzano Vienna Capitals -:-
27.01.2019 Dornbirner EC Vienna Capitals -:-
01.02.2019 Vienna Capitals Moser Medical Graz 99ers -:-
03.02.2019 HC TWK Innsbruck Vienna Capitals -:-

Name of home arena: Albert-Schultz-Eishalle

Built: 1995, renovated and enlarged in 2011

Address: Attemsgasse 1, 1220 Vienna, Austria

Arena attendance capacity: 7.022

Avg. attendance 2016-17 (regular season): 4.420

The Albert-Schultz-Eishalle is the biggest rink in Austria and contains 7.022 seats. It was built in 1995 and enlarged in 2011.

Basic info

Founded
2001

Website
www.vienna-capitals.at

Club adress
Attemsgasse 1
1220 Vienna
Austria

Honours

National titles
(2) – 2005, 2017

European championships or greatest European accomplishments
none

Last Seasons

2017-18: 1st regular season, semi-finals, CHL group stage
2016-17: 1st regular season, league & national champion, CHL group stage
2015-16: 3rd regular season, quarter-finals, CHL round of 32
2014-15: 5th regular season, league finals, CHL round of 16
2013-14: 3rd regular season, quarter-finals

About club

The Vienna Capitals were founded in 2001 and they play their home games in the Albert-Schultz-Eishalle (biggest rink in Austria, with a capacity of 7022 seats). The Caps claimed the Austrian championship title twice: First in 2004/2005 and again in 2016/2017. Additionally, Vienna’s biggest ice hockey club made it to the EBEL finals in both 2013 and 2015. At the international level, the Vienna Capitals compete regularly in the Champions Hockey League.