Media Accreditation

2024 IIHF U18 World Championship

Media accreditation for the 2024 IIHF U18 World Championship is available here and will remain open until March 15th 2024.


     

2024 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I, Group A

Media accreditation for the 2024 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I, Group A is available here and will remain open until March 15th 2024.



 

2024 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I, Group B

Media accreditation for the 2024 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I, Group B is available here and will remain open until March 15th 2024.



 

2024 IIHF Women's World Championship

Please kindly note  that the media accreditation for the 2024 IIHF Women’s World Championship is now closed.

Media outlets which would like to live broadcast the Championship (TV or radio) should reach out to [email protected] directly.
 
Please kindly note  that the media accreditation for the 2024 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship is now closed.

The application forms for media accreditation must be distributed to the following type of media only: (The media types are listed in order of priority)
 
  1. National News Agencies (Example: Reuters, AP, CP, DPA, Itar-TASS, FNB, TT)
  2. National daily newspapers (Example: Die Welt, Aftonbladet, Globe & Mail)
  3. Major regional daily newspapers (Example: Göteborgs-Posten, Basler Zeitung, The Toronto Star)
  4. Major daily sport papers (Example:La Gazzeta dello Sport)
  5. Major sport or hockey websites, popular hockey blogs (Example: ESPN.com, TSN.ca)

  Note: No requests from applicants who write for websites which do not regularly cover sports or hockey will be approved.
 
  1. Major sport or hockey weeklies (L’ Equipe, Sports-Illustrated, The Hockey News)
  2. Major weekly magazine (Example: Der Spiegel, Newsweek)
  3. Other magazines (economic, lifestyle, fashion)=Only time-limited accreditations or Day Passes.

  In general, one credential per media outlet will be approved. For national news agencies, national daily newspapers the general limit will be four (one writer and one photographer per venue) and for major regional newspapers and major daily sport papers the general limit will be two accreditations (one writer and one photographer covering national team in one venue). Considerations will be given to special requests.
 
Since it is very difficult to control the validity of the increasing number of applications from freelance journalists, the following rules apply:

Further to the accreditation application, a freelance journalist must submit the following documents to the responsible person at the national association:
 
  1. Copy of a valid press card from a relevant press association (AIPS, national press association, national sports press association).
  2. List of media outlets that the freelancer will provide with stories, reports.
  3. Written confirmation from the editor of the media outlet that has assigned the freelancer to the IIHF World Championship.

  In general, no application requests will be approved to freelance journalists from the organising country.
 
There will be absolutely no accreditations requests approved on site.