Dec 26, 2021 - Jan 5, 2022
Centrium, Red Deer
IIHF World Junior Championship
December 26, 2021 – January 5, 2022
Excitement is building as we get closer to the IIHF World Junior Championship, when 31 games will be played in Edmonton and Red Deer.
Priority Seating at the Peavey Mart Centrium:
P1 – $795
P2 – $695
P3 – $565
*prices include all fees
Public Ticket Packages will go on sale Friday, December 3, 2021 at 10:00am MT.
All ticket holders must be fully vaccinated to attend any IIHF World Junior Championship games, per Hockey Canada’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy.
An Alberta vaccine record with QR code (paper or digital) is now the only valid Alberta-issued proof of vaccination accepted as of November 15, 2021. Masks are also required.
The 10-team tournament features Canada in Group A with Austria, the Czech Republic, Finland and Germany in Edmonton. Here at the Peavey Mart Centrium, we will host Group B, comprised of Russia, Switzerland, Slovakia, Sweden and the United States .
The event kicks off with 4 games on December 26th, including a marquee matchup as Russia faces Sweden in Red Deer at 2:30pm, followed by the United States vs Slovakia at 7:30pm. Edmonton will be hosting Finland and Germany at 12:00pm then Czech Republic vs Canada at 5:00pm.
and visit the IIHF website for more information at
Hockey Canada COVID-19 Vaccination Policy
All ticket holders must be fully vaccinated to attend any IIHF World Junior Championship games.
Hockey Canada requires all Participants to be fully vaccinated with a Health Canada-approved COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to the start of the event date. This applies to all players, coaches, team staff, on-ice officials, event volunteers, venue employees and contractors, and spectators.
Please see the complete Hockey Canada statement on COVID-19 vaccination policy.
An Alberta vaccine record with QR code (paper or digital) is now the only valid Alberta-issued proof of vaccination accepted as of November 15, 2021.
Masks will also be required in compliance with Alberta Health Services guidelines.
Anyone unable to wear a mask due to an approved medical condition will be asked to provide their medical exception letter (visit Alberta mask requirements for details).