From 5 to 21 May 2017, France and Germany will host the 81st edition of the Ice Hockey World Championship.
The event will take place in a new format, as for the first time it is co-organized with the Lanxess Arena of the city of Cologne (Germany). The competition brings together the best 16 international ice hockey nations, separated in two groups.The event will take place in a new format, as for the first time it is co-organized with the Lanxess Arena of the city of Cologne (Germany). The competition brings together the best 16 international ice hockey nations, separated in two groups.
Over 17 days, 64 matches will be played and the winning team of the world championship 2017 will be awarded the trophy in Cologne on Sunday 21 May.
In Paris, the AccorHotels Arena will host the 8 Group B teams: Canada – world champion, Finland, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Belarus, Norway, France and Slovenia. With two quarter-finals as well here, the Parisian public will have 30 high-level matches to watch!
Group A will play at the Lanxess Arena. In the group: Russia - second in the IHF world rankings 2016, the United States, Sweden, Slovakia, Germany, Latvia, Denmark and Italy.
Followed by millions of enthusiasts, the Ice Hockey World Championship 2017 is expected to attract some 300,000 spectators during the fortnight of competitions. The Favorites for the big title: Canada, Russia, the United States …
|5 may 2017||4.15pm||Finland||Belarus|
|5 may 2017||8.15pm||Czech republic||Canada|
|6 may 2017||12.15pm||Swiss||Slovenia|
|6 may 2017||4.15pm||Belarus||Czech republic|
|6 may 2017||8.15pm||Norway||France|
|7 may 2017||12.15pm||Slovenia||Canada|
|7 may 2017||4.15pm||Finland||France|
|7 may 2017||8.15pm||Norway||Swiss|
|8 may 2017||4.15pm||Belarus||Canada|
|8 may 2017||8.15pm||Finland||Czech republic|
|9 may 2017||4.15pm||Slovenia||Norway|
|9 may 2017||8.15pm||Swiss||France|
|10 may 2017||4.15pm||Swiss||Belarus|
|10 may 2017||8.15pm||Finlande||Slovenia|
|11 may 2017||4.15pm||Czech republic||Norway|
|11 may 2017||8.15pm||Canada||France|
|12 may 2017||4.15pm||Czech republic||Slovenia|
|12 may 2017||8.15pm||France||Belarus|
|13 may 2017||12.15pm||Norway||Finland|
|13 may 2017||4.15pm||Slovenia||Belarus|
|13 may 2017||8.15pm||Canada||Swiss|
|14 may 2017||4.15pm||France||Czech republic|
|14 may 2017||8.15pm||Swiss||Finland|
|15 may 2017||4.15pm||Canada||Norway|
|15 may 2017||8.15pm||France||Slovenia|
|16 may 2017||12.15pm||Belarus||Norway|
|16 may 2017||4.15pm||Czech republic||Swiss|
|16 may 2017||8.15pm||Canada||Finland|
|18 may 2017||4.15pm||QUARTER-FINALIST 1||QUARTER-FINALIST 2|
|18 may 2017||8.15pm||QUARTER-FINALIST 3||QUARTER-FINALIST 4|
Prices and times
Prices and times
Matches at 12h15 16h15 and 20h15 according to day.
From 9 to 69 euros (according to match and category)
Methods of payment
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Offer adapted to disabled visitors