A Swiss Bowl without the Calanda Broncos is hardly imaginable. With only one defeat the Bündner are again in the final. Ready to turn last year’s narrow loss back into a win.
Will the Broncos succeed this year in winning the 12th title in club history?
Already in 2022, in their first NLA season, the Thun team made a name for itself by reaching last year’s playoffs.
And this year, thanks to continuity, commitment and strong team spirit, they have fought their way to the 2023 Swiss Bowl. Will they succeed in winning their first NLA title?
The Broncos U19 clearly dominated the 2023 season. All games were won, also in the semifinals the Graubünden could clearly prevail.
If they win the 2023 Junior Bowl, it would be their fifth title after 2010, 2013, 2015 and 2021.
The Gladiators U19 have won nine out of ten games. The semifinals were hard-fought, but the Basel team kept their noses in front.
The Gladiators have celebrated six U19 titles so far: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2016.
The Brühl Stadium is the largest sports arena in the canton of Solothurn. With a field of 105 x 72 m (UEFA standard) and its four towering 700 lux light masts, the Brühl stadium meets all the criteria for live TV broadcasts of evening games.
The grandstand with its folding concrete roof which accommodates 1,300 covered and 800 uncovered seats is one of the most striking elements of the building and is unique in many regards.
Children and teenagers up to 16 years of age are admitted free of charge and do not need a ticket. Exception: VIP tickets, here there is no discount and the full price will be charged.
Arrival by private transport
Arrival by public transport
The Brühl Stadium is easy to reach by public transport.
For timetables directly from the locations of the participating teams, please click below.