Iihf World Junior Hockey Championship Tickets

The best of the best are gathering in Canada for one of the most awaited tournaments of the hockey calendar. It is the IIHF World Junior Championship, an event where some of the best hockey players in the world, under the age of twenty, come together and compete against each other for the world title. With some amazing young talent on display, thousands of fans throng to the ice rinks to watch future hockey stars putting everything on the line for their national teams. It is also a great way for professional teams to spot future draft picks and potential All Star players. Book your IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship tickets and watch the future stars of hockey play live.

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Each year hockey fans from around the globe gather to watch the world championships. They do it to cheer on their favorite teams, their favorite players and most importantly, they do it for the love of the game. However, the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) realized the importance of developing the game even further. They deliberated over the actions they could take to ensure the sport had a bright future. And, as a result, the World Junior Hockey Championship was born. The idea was to give young players the chance to showcase their talent. The latest edition of the tournament is now just around the corner, so book your IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship tickets and catch all the action live.

The championship is held annually from December to January and is exclusively for players under the age of twenty. The world’s top ten ranked teams in hockey fight it out for the grand prize. There are lower divisions as well where teams with low rankings can improve and replace the lowest ranked team in the top ten. The high ranked teams are divided in to two groups of five and the top four teams from each group advance to the quarterfinals stage. The winners of these games qualify for the semifinals, which is followed by the final and a game to determine the third placed team.

First held in 1974, the tournament only had six teams. These were the top six recognized teams in hockey. They were the Soviet Union, Canada, U.S.A, Finland, Sweden and Czechoslovakia. The number of teams was due to the unofficial nature of the tournament as the IIHF had not officially sanctioned the event at that time. After two more unofficial editions were held in the following years, the IIHF finally decided to sanction an annual junior championship in 1977. It was in this tournament that the teams not among the top six nations in hockey participated for the first time.

The tournament did not garner the success that some had hoped it would with attendance records low at the time and almost no media coverage. It was in Canada that the support for it grew as hockey has traditionally been the most popular sport in the country. An increasing number of people started to realize the significance of the tournament to the future of hockey. They also appreciated the performances of the young players as well as the high quality of the games and the extreme competitiveness exhibited by all the teams involved.

The media caught on soon enough and the World Junior Hockey Championship gained worldwide recognition. It opened the door for professional teams in the NHL and other such leagues to spot new talent for the draft. Young players who perform well in the tournament are scouted by some of the biggest names in hockey. They get a stage to impress coaches and fans all across the hockey world and to exhibit their skills and capabilities.

To date the former Soviet Union and Russia combined have won the most medals in the tournament with thirty two. Canada has the most Gold medals in the tournament with fifteen in total. The U.S has won eight medals over the years including three Gold medals, the last of which came in 2013. The top six teams in hockey have won every medal to date, with the exception of Switzerland and Slovakia who won the Bronze medal in 1998 and 1999 respectfully.

With the success of the World Junior Hockey Championship, many other such events for young players were started as well. As people realized the importance of youth development for the continuation of the sport, tournaments for even younger participants were also initiated. Championships for players under the ages of eighteen and seventeen also began to go with junior tournaments for females.

The World Junior Hockey Championships is now a major part of the annual hockey calendar. Professional teams look at it as a great event to scout talent for the future. The IIHF look at it as a platform to develop young players. The fans on the other hand look at the tournament as a great way to sit back and enjoy their favorite game played out by future superstars. The tournament is about to get underway now, so grab your IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship tickets and watch the thrilling encounters live in Toronto and Montreal.

In its 42nd year, the 2018 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships will kick off on December 27, 2018 and will wrap on January 5, 2018. The US will be serving as the hosts for this latest competition which will pit ten national teams against each other. This year’s edition will be a historic one as it’s the first time in the IHF world championship junior level that an outdoor game will be played. Yes, United States vs. Canada will be held at the New Era Field, IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship tickets for which are rising in demand. 

Iihf World Junior Hockey Championship Tickets Prices

The average price for Iihf World Junior Hockey Championship Tickets start from $52. The minimum get in price is $13 for Iihf World Junior Hockey Championship Tickets at the KeyBank Center, Buffalo. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
2018 IIHF World Junior Championship: Bronze Medal Game Buffalo 5-Jan-18 $52 $13
2018 IIHF World Junior Championship: Gold Medal Game Buffalo 5-Jan-18 $148 $13

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