Canada Tickets

Canadians love sports and have enjoyed a long and illustrious history in several to date. The most popular sport in the country is ice hockey, which attracts millions of people each year, for both domestic league games, as well as international tournaments. They also have a stellar lacrosse team that is considered among the best in the world, even winning two gold medals at the Olympic Games. Along with these sports, Canada has also tasted success in soccer, basketball, baseball, as well as many others, and all of this is a testament to the support provided to such teams by the public, as well as the government. If you want to see them all in action, then get your Canada tickets and enjoy the experience, live from the stands.

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Sports have been a large part of the Canadian culture for many years and have become one of their primary sources of entertainment today. Even though this might be true for many other nations around the world, Canadians have been known to be especially proud of their national sports teams’ achievements, and cheer them on, in both victory and defeat. As a result, sports in the country have flourished, and are getting better with each passing day. Now it is time their trophy collection should also start complimenting the marked improvements they have made, out on the field. If you don’t want to miss out on all the action, then book your Canada tickets and enjoy your time, live from the stands.     


The wind blows

There are quite a few sports that have become popular pastimes over the years. However not many of them can compare to the popularity enjoyed by ice hockey. It enjoys the highest number of followers in Canada, with millions of people heading down to their closest ice rink to, either watch their favorite local teams take on their cross town rivals, or to play a few pickup games themselves. There are also several teams in the National Hockey League (NHL) that are based in the country, while the national championship, known as the Stanley Cup, can also trace back its origins to Canada. The national ice hockey teams are also among the country’s most successful sports teams to date and have taken part in almost every major international tournament over the years.

The men’s team played its first game over a hundred years ago, while their female counterparts played their first official game in 1987. The men’s team won its first Olympic medal in 1920, and has since won nine gold, four silver, and two bronze medals. They have also won twenty five World Championships, four Canada Cups, the 1972 Summit Series as well as the 2004 World Cup. Meanwhile, their women’s team has managed to win four Olympic Gold Medals, ten World Championships, fourteen Nations Cups and two Pacific Rim Championships.  


The leaves fall

As far as popularity is concerned, the only other game that can come even close to hockey in Canada is Lacrosse.  It is one of the oldest games played in the region, and has been around for over five hundred years. As a result, they have one of the best national teams in the world and have finished third or above in every world championship to date. They have managed to win two Olympic gold medals and one bronze medal. On top of that, they have also clinched two gold, six silver, and three bronze medals at the World Championships.

Another game that has enjoyed a great reputation all over the country has been soccer, with both their national women’s and men’s teams enjoying varying degrees of success. Their men’s team played their first game over a hundred and twenty years ago, while their women’s team made their debut in 1986. The men’s side has won quite a lot to date, including two CONCACAF Gold Cups, a North American Nations Cup and a Gold medal at the 1904 Olympic Games. Their women’s team has also enjoyed great success, winning two CONCACAF Championships, an International Women's Football Tournament in 2010, a gold medal at the Pan-American Games, as well as three Cyprus Cups.


Look to the sky

Several other sports have also made a mark on the Canadian people. Basketball and baseball both enjoy great following all across the country, with their national teams taking part in all major international competitions to date. Canadian football is also quite a popular sport, along with countless others. With a culture of supporting such cultural activities, sports in Canada has a bright future and you can be part of the experience every step of the way. Just book your Canada tickets and enjoy all the action, live from the stands.

Canada Schedule

Hockey season is here and is packed with epic matchups. You can catch all the action live as it happens. Next event featuring Canada will be Concacaf Nations League: Canada vs. Dominica, held at the BMO Field in Toronto. As of now, the last event, Iihf World Junior Championship: Russia Vs. Canada is scheduled for 31-Dec-18 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver. For complete itinerary of events, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Concacaf Nations League: Canada vs. Dominica Bmo Field Toronto, ON Tue Oct 16 201810/16 07:00 PM
IIHF World Junior Championship: Canada vs. TBD Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC Sun Dec 23 201812/23 03:30 AM
Iihf World Junior Championship: Canada Vs. Denmark Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC Wed Dec 26 201812/26 05:00 PM
IIHF World Junior Championship: Switzerland vs. Canada Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC Thu Dec 27 201812/27 05:00 PM
Iihf World Junior Championship: Canada Vs. Czech Republic Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC Sat Dec 29 201812/29 05:00 PM
Iihf World Junior Championship: Russia Vs. Canada Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC Mon Dec 31 201812/31 05:00 PM

Canada Tickets Prices

The average price for Canada Tickets start from $69. The minimum get in price is $16 for Canada Tickets at the BMO Field, Toronto. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Concacaf Nations League: Canada vs. Dominica Toronto 16-Oct-18 $118 $16
IIHF World Junior Championship: Canada vs. TBD Vancouver 23-Dec-18 $69 $58
Iihf World Junior Championship: Canada Vs. Denmark Vancouver 26-Dec-18 $148 $59
IIHF World Junior Championship: Switzerland vs. Canada Vancouver 27-Dec-18 $132 $68
Iihf World Junior Championship: Canada Vs. Czech Republic Vancouver 29-Dec-18 $140 $78
Iihf World Junior Championship: Russia Vs. Canada Vancouver 31-Dec-18 $246 $164

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