International Ice Hockey Federation

Ticket sales launched

Ticket sales launched

20,000 World Junior tickets sold

Published 09.05.2015 02:05 GMT+3 | Author Organizing Committee
Ticket sales launched
Ticket sales at Hartwall Arena. Photo: Heta Koski /
Ticket sales to the 2016 IIHF World Junior Championship started on 27th April. So far, 20,000 tickets have been sold.

“The final day at Hartwall Arena is naturally the most interesting. More than half of the capacity has been sold or booked already,” says Timo Backman, the General Secretary.

Otherwise it looks like both foreign as well as local fans have been equally active. As far as preliminary round goes, the Finns prefer the home team games at Hartwall Arena but especially Canadians have bought tickets to Team Canada games at Helsinki Ice Hall.

“The ticket sale is going well and my best advice is to buy the tickets beforehand,” says Backman.

“There are great teams playing in the tournament and we can expect not only top-level ice hockey but also an outstanding atmosphere.”

Prices start at 6€ for children, 11€ for adults

All World Junior tickets are sold as venue-based day tickets meaning that one ticket will open doors to all the games played on one day in the chosen venue.

Prices for children under 12 years vary from €6-8 depending on the day. There is also a special ticket category for youngsters under 20 years of age: ticket prices vary between 6 and 15 Euros.

For adults, World Junior tickets cost 11-29 Euros for the preliminary round and quarter-finals, 39 for semifinals and 49 for the final day.

There is also a Prime Seat category for both arenas: best seats from the lower bowl cost between 11-59 Euros, depending on the day.

World Juniors tickets are sold by Finnish ticket operator Lippupiste. During the event, ticket sale points will operate at the game venues.


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