Fribourg-Gottéron Young Dragons

Additional equipment for ice hockey school

Fribourg-Gottéron supports its young players to the full from the get-go – for instance with equipment paid for by Top Scorer funding provided by PostFinance.

The juniors wing of HC Fribourg-Gottéron gets youngsters in Fribourg into ice hockey, and fully embraces its coaching role. This is where the Top Scorer funds provided by PostFinance come in very handy: the Fribourg-Gottéron Young Dragons invest this money in equipment for the hockey school and the club’s skills coach. This includes about 60 kits that are ready to go for kids who want to get into ice hockey. Fribourg Gottéron’s young talent wing supports its players and provides them with comprehensive training, while embracing its social responsibility by imparting the values of ice hockey as a sport onto these youngsters: respect, team spirit, honesty, humility, passion, courage and fair play.


Number of children
220 (5 girls, 215 boys)
Number of teams
Youngest team member
12 years of age
34 coaches
Training sessions
3 per week
  • Date of birth: 27.04.2010
    Playing ice hockey since: April 2014

    “I love making passes and pulling off tricks with the puck. Ice hockey is my passion, and I love being out on the ice with my friends. My role model is Roman Josi.”

  • Date of birth: 15.06.2003
    Playing ice hockey since: August 2011

    “I like ice hockey because it’s a team sport, and very fast-paced. It’s an important part of my life that teaches me many valuable lessons. My idol is Patrik Laine: I love the way he scores goals.”

  • Date of birth: 06.05.2013
    Playing ice hockey since: August 2019

    “I like scoring goals and being with friends. My role model is Kilian Mottet.”

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