Clubs are planning the longest winter break in Super League history

The longest winter break in history

Here’s how Super League teams plan 10 weeks of ‘vacation’

Leader YB are giving their players a month off from Monday, FCB are continuing to train and look for opponents for a test match, and other Super League teams are doing the same.

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At the bottom of the FCZ, players can take a breather from November 14 to December 4. 3 weeks of vacation in a row.

The first winter World Cup in history is also a big challenge for clubs in the Super League. Because there are 69 days between the end of the preliminary round this weekend and the start of the second round on January 21st. What’s the best way to spend the longest winter break in history?

The Winterthur rookie will continue training for the first two weeks before taking a three-week break. “Without knowing if it’s right,” says athletic director Kaiser. There are no empirical values.” You also want to use the first few weeks to analyze the preseason. So training will be adjusted, Kaiser continues. On Dec. 19, coach Berner and his boys will begin preparing for the second half of the season.

Leader YB gives its players the first month free

Sion has a winter break until December 12 after Saturday’s final preliminary round. Since then, three camps have been planned, the last from January 5 to 14 in Marbella, Spain. “My wife is especially happy about the long winter break,” says coach Tramezzani, laughing.

Leader YB is giving his players a full month off after Sunday’s game against Luzern.

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Lucerne residents also have a holiday from Monday. Coach Frick expects his players to return to the field on November 28th. There are still a few days off over Christmas and New Year. On January 6, we are going to a training camp in Marbella. At the bottom of the FCZ, players can take a breather from November 14 to December 4. Sports director Jurendić: “There are three weeks of vacation in a row. Also because we had an extremely tight schedule. It was twelve English weeks with 30 games in 17 weeks.” Most of the training then takes place in December before the trip to Turkey for camp on January 4.

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FCB will continue training until mid-December

GC also divides the days. “To be able to provide optimal load control and at the same time introduce some variety,” says coach Contini. He and his players have two weeks off after the last game and three weeks from December 16. Lugano does it similarly to GC.

It’s different in Basel: They want to stay in rhythm during the World Cup and even plan a weekly friendly. However, finding opponents is not easy. “We asked Nürnberg and Bielefeld, among others, but the teams canceled,” says coach Alex Frei. The game is to be played in Basel, training will continue as usual. From mid-December, the professionals can go on vacation – on January 4th they go to a training camp in Marbella.

St. Gallen sends the players on vacation a week after the November 17 general meeting. It will be serious again from December 13th.

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