The IIHF World Junior Championship is returning to the West Coast. A holiday tradition for millions of hockey fans across Canada and around the world, the most exciting hockey of the season hits the ice this December and January with Canada in search of back-to-back gold medals.
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PREMIUM CLUBS & SUITES
Call 1-844-977-3629 or email [email protected] to book suites
Quarterfinal 2 on Jan 2nd - $4000 per suite (14 tickets for 200 level and 16 tickets for 500 level)
Quarterfinal 4 on Jan 2nd - $2000 per suite (14 tickets for 200 level and 16 tickets for 500 level)
SF 1 - $2750 per suite (14 tickets for 200 level and 16 tickets for 500 level)
SF 2 - $4500 per suite (14 tickets for 200 level and 16 tickets for 500 level)
Bronze - $3750 per suite (14 tickets for 200 level and 16 tickets for 500 level)
Taxes and fees included
Available for the following preliminary-round games:
Minimum 20 tickets per order.
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Q: When is the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship?
A: The tournament starts on Boxing Day, December 26, 2018, and concludes with the gold medal game on January 5, 2019. There will be several pre-competition games throughout the province in December 2018.
Q: Where is the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship?
A: The tournament will be in British Columbia and co-hosted by the cities of Vancouver (Rogers Arena) and Victoria (Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre).
Q: How many teams and games are played in the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship?
A: Ten countries will play a total of 31 tournament games (excluding pre-competition games).
Q: Which five countries will play their round robin games in Vancouver?
A: Canada, Russia, Czech Republic, Denmark, and Switzerland.
Q: Which five countries will play their round robin games in Victoria?
A: USA, Sweden, Finland, Slovakia, and Kazakhstan.
Q: What games will Team Canada play in Vancouver?
A: Team Canada will play one pre-competition game and four preliminary-round games in Vancouver. If Team Canada qualifies, it will play the quarter-finals, semifinals and medal games in Vancouver at Rogers Arena.
Q: When will the details of the pre-competition game in Rogers Arena be released?
A: The time and opponent of the pre-competition game in Rogers Arena will be released in the fall.
Q: Where will the medal games be played (four quarter-finals, two semifinals, bronze medal and gold medal)?
A: Two quarter-finals will be played in Victoria, with the balance of the medal round played in Vancouver. If Team Canada qualifies, it will play all of its medal-round games in Vancouver at Rogers Arena.
Q: Can I purchase wheelchair accessible seating?
A: Yes, wheelchair accessible seating is available by phone at 1-844-977-3629.
Q: How many packages can I purchase?
A: Up to eight seats/packages per account.
Q: How will I receive my tickets?
A: Electronic tickets will be provided for free. Printed commemorative tickets are available for full packages. The cost is $25 per package and includes delivery.
Q: I have purchased packages, when will my tickets be delivered?
A: Tickets will be delivered in December 2018.
Q: My seat selection map is not loading, what do I do?
A: Try another internet browser. If that does not work, contact us by phone or email (information under the Contact Us section).
Q: I have put down deposits for full package seat selection in July 2017, is it refundable?
A: It is a non-refundable $100 deposit per seat.
Q: Can I use my deposit towards Canucks tickets?
A: The $100 deposit can only be used towards the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship.
Q: I would like to be contacted if other packages or single tickets come available.
A: CLICK HERE to sign-up for our Fan List and receive information on future 2019 WJC ticket products.