C-Division Venue

The Palladium de Champéry, National Ice Sports Centre, opened in 2005 and played host to the A-Division of the European Curling Championships in 2014.

It was built for National Federations, clubs of all levels, associations and schools, as well as catering for all of the summer and winter sports and activity enthusiasts who visit the region.

It was funded by the Federal Office of Sport, Swiss Olympic Sports Toto, private donors and by official aid agencies who focus on the development of mountain regions.

The Palladium de Champéry offers work, sport, cultural and leisure facilities.

It is widely equipped to host events, business seminars, shows, concerts and many other events.