Last five days until the end of the 2024 IIHF WM ticket priority purchase draw. Over 100,000 users have already joined.
by Organizing Committee|11 SEP 2023
Czech Republic fans cheering on their team against Sweden during preliminary round action at the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship.
photo: © International Ice Hockey Federation / Andre Ringuette
Fans have the opportunity to register for the draw to obtain the priority right to purchase tickets for the 2024 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship in Prague and Ostrava only until Friday, 15 September. The vast majority is interested in the games of the Czech team. In terms of other participating countries, games involving the Slovak, Polish, and Finnish national teams are the most preferred.

Opportunity to purchase tickets in advance for all participants

After the registration closes, all participants will find out by 24 September who received the right for the tickets priority purchase in the first phase of the sale, which will be made available from 2 to 4 October 23:59 CET. Unsold tickets will be available to all registrants (excluding the winners from the first round) in the second phase of the priority purchase from 6 to 8 October 23:59. The second phase will work on a first-come, first-served basis. All registered users will be the first to be informed about all news related to ticketing, such as the release of new sectors for sale or the possibility of purchasing additional tickets for specific games.

Five days before the closure, a total number of 102,380 fans joined the ticket draw. The most frequently preferred daily package is the games of the Czech team against Finland, and Norway against Switzerland on the opening day of the 2024 IIHF WM, with a total number of almost 35,000 registrations. About a thousand preferences less has the second most frequently chosen option which is the daily package with the games of the Czech team against Canada, and Finland against Switzerland. Almost 25,000 users would like to attend the games opposing Czechia vs. Switzerland and Norway vs. Finland games.

Those who wish to participate must register on by 15 September.