The pinnacle of the time is quick drawing nearer for the U18 public groups from Slovakia, Japan, Norway, Denmark, France and Kazakhstan. The 2022 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 World Championship Division I, Group A will happen in Piestany Arena from 11 to 17 April, where the U18 players will vie for a re-visitation of the world tip top in the U18 class.
It has been just about a long time since the last top occasion in this age classification occurred in Slovakia. Initially, the title should be played in 2020 in the town of Spisska Nova Ves, yet its association was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Because of the negative epidemiological circumstance, the competition didn’t occur a year after the fact by the same token. This year, notwithstanding, as per this guidelines in Slovakia, the arena can be completely filled.
Given our experience, we are 100 percent arranged to put together the occasion. We will give our all to make the most ideal circumstances for all members. Normally, as a delegate of Slovak hockey, I trust that our young men will get back to the world class and expand on the extraordinary consequence of the public A-group at the Winter Olympics in Beijing,” says Miroslav Šatan, President of the Slovak Ice Hockey Association.
The coordinators chose to move the title to Piešťany because of inadequate convenience limits in Spišská Nová Ves. “Piešťany as a spa town has every one of the essentials to make the right foundation for the players with regards to convenience, yet additionally for recovery open doors. We accept that we will be great hosts and the occupants and guests will make an incredible environment for the players,” adds the Mayor of Piestany Peter Jancovic.
The six taking part nations will play a sum of 15 games. The best group will progress straightforwardly to the world tip top, while the last group will be consigned one class lower.
Ice Hockey Juniors Tickets Prize
The offer of tickets has proactively begun. Fans can buy tickets through the Ticketportal organization, either online at https://www.ticketportal.sk/ or straightforwardly in Ticketportal stores. Tickets for Slovak public group matches are sold in two cost classes. Observers will pay EUR 12 for a situated ticket, a standing ticket costs EUR 6.
Tickets for other matches are sold at a level cost of EUR 2.