Tickets on sale for the 2019 World Under 17 Hockey Challenge
The World Under-17 Hockey Challenge - an international showcase of the best young hockey talent in the world – will be co-hosted by Medicine Hat and Swift Current in November 2019.
Early-bird full tournament packages are now available to the general public until June 18, when ticket packages increase to full price. Tickets can be purchased by visiting
HockeyCanada.ca/Tickets. Medicine Hat Early Bird Tournament Packages include tickets to 12 games at the Canalta Centre including 1 Exhibition, 6 Preliminary, 2 Quarter Finals, 1 Semi Final, Bronze Medal and Gold Medal games. Tickets for a full package (fees included) are $180 for Adult and $110 for Youth (3-17).
“We would like to welcome the public to get involved with our World Under-17 tournament,” said Terry Bartman, chair of the local host committee in Medicine Hat.
“This is going to be great hockey and we are excited our residents will get a chance to witness future NHL stars from all over the world playing right here in our community. By purchasing these ticket packages you are also helping out our legacy fund in which all proceeds stay in Medicine Hat and Swift Current helping out our minor hockey associations.”
Swift Current Early Bird Tournament Packages include tickets to 12 games at the Innovation Credit Union i-Plex including 1 Exhibition, 6 Preliminary, 2 Quarter Finals, 2 Placements and 1 Semi Final games. Tickets for a full package (fees included) are $150 for Adult and $90.00 for Youth (3-17).
“We are thrilled to welcome the world to Swift Current,” said Liam Choo-Foo, co-chair of the host organizing committee in Swift Current.
“In partnership with Hockey Canada and Medicine Hat we will be hosting the premier U17 Hockey players on the planet. Over 90% of these young men will be drafted into the NHL. Be sure to be part of this outstanding event!”
Regular Ticket Packages, Single Game Tickets and Family Packages will go on sale June 19.
For more information on the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, please visit HockeyCanada.ca, or follow along via social media on Facebook or Twitter.