Watch Today Switzerland Vs United States Live Online Anywhere – IIHF WC Quarter Finals 2022

IIHF Men's World Championship 2022 
Quarter Finals
Date : 13 to 29 May. 2022  
Venue : Finland  
Teams : 16  
Watch Free : TSN [ Canada ], Sling TV/Fubo TV/ESPN + [US] 
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IIHF Men’s World Championship Quarter Finals 2022 will be held on 26 May, 2022 in Finland. Are you a big fans of Ice Hockey and want to watch your favourite players live, you are coming at the right place. Check the full info about the IIHF Men’s WC [QF] 2022 live free anywhere & watch here Switzerland Vs United States match info and how to watch live match online free anywhere.

Switzerland Vs United States will be held
on 26 May, 2022
in Helsinki, Ice Hall Helsinki
at 20:20 Finland local time.

Stream the IIHF World Championship Quarter Finals Games on the TSN (Canada)

Price: Free

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The CBC is one of the official broadcasters in Canada for the IIHF World Championship. Be sure to check with the CBC’s schedule to know when to tune in. Signing up is painless.

Live stream the IIHF World Championship Quarter Finals on 7plus (Australia)

Price: Free

The Australian streaming service 7plus recently added the IIHF World Championship Channel to its channel lineup. On 7plus, you can catch various sports during the Ice hockey Winter Olympics. And it’s completely free.

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Go to the Location & Select Australia
Choose the Channel 7plus
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Watch Ice hockey IIHF 2022 WC Quarter Finals streams on TVNZ (NZ)

Price: Free

Channels: TVNZ 1

TVNZ will be airing the 2022 IIHF World Championship ice hockey in New Zealand, providing 12 hours of free-to-air coverage each afternoon and evening during the event. For the start time of the broadcasts, check the TVNZ TV Guide.

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Watch IIHF World Championship Quarter Finals streams on Sportsnet (Canada)

Price: 10 CAD and up

Sportsnet in Canada also holds broadcasting rights for the IIHF World Championship . Sportsnet offers two subscription plans: SN Now (20 CAD/month) and SN Now+ (7-Day Pass for 10 CAD, monthly subscription for 28 CAD/month, or Annual Pass for 20.83 CAD/month).

When is the opening ceremony?

The Ice hockey IIHF World Championship Games officially begin on 13-29 May 2022. You can watch the IIHF WC 2022 Opening Ceremony live anywhere.

Channels Broadcasting IIHF World Championship Quarter Finals ice hockey Live Stream Online

Apart from the countries and their channels mentioned above, you may be wondering about other regions and their official broadcasters for the Ice hockey IIHF World Championship 2022.

The Winter Olympics is a great deal around the globe, and you are not alone to be excited for the games to begin. This should explain why there are so many broadcasters, as well. To verify whether your country is listed, take a look at these countries and their official broadcaster for the 2022 IIHF World Championship:

  • Brazil – GloboTV
  • Finland – Yle
  • India – Sony Liv
  • China – CCTV
  • Ireland – RTE
  • Korea – SBS
  • New Zealand – Sky NZ
  • MENA – beIN Sports
  • Germany – ARD