IIHF World Juniors Venues – A Preview

Edmonton, Alberta: Rogers Place and Red Deer, Alberta: Peavey Mart (Enmax) Centrium are the confirmed venues for 2022 IIHF World Juniors 2022.

The schedule for each venue is already fixed for the rescheduled World Juniors event. With the IIHF World Juniors 2022 just around the corner, fans are wondering what venues will be used for the tournament. Here’s a look at the confirmed venues for the event:

– Edmonton, Alberta: Rogers Place

– Red Deer, Alberta: Peavey Mart (Enmax) Centrium

Both of these venues have a rich history of hosting hockey events, and they’re sure to provide a great experience for all the fans in attendance. So whether you’re cheering on your home team or rooting for your favorite players, be sure to check out IIHF World Juniors 2022 at one of these great venues.

IIHF World juniors venues preview
IIHF World juniors venue

Some information about Edmonton, Alberta: Rogers Place

– Rogers Place is an arena located in downtown Edmonton, Alberta. It is used for ice hockey and entertainment events. The arena has a capacity of 18,641 people.

– The arena opened on September 8, 2016, replacing the former Rexall Place.

– The arena is home to the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers and the WHL’s.

Rogers Place, Edmonton will host the finals of IIHF World Juniors on 20th August 2022.

Some Information About Red Deer, Alberta: Enmax Centrium

– The Enmax Centrium is an arena located in Red Deer, Alberta. It is used for ice hockey, concerts, and other entertainment events. The arena has a capacity of 7,000 people. Now it is known as Peavey Mart Centrium. 

– The Enmax Centrium opened on August 19, 1995.

– The Enmax Centrium is home to the WHL

Get the tickets to watch World juniors live from the stadium through the official website of IIHF.

A little history of IIHF World Juniors

The IIHF World Junior Championship is an annual event that takes place every December and January. The tournament features the best Under-20 hockey players from around the world.

The first IIHF World Junior Championship was held in 1974, and it has been held annually since then. The tournament is usually hosted by a different country each year.

Some of the most successful IIHF World Junior teams include Canada, the United States, Russia, and Sweden. These four countries have won a combined 33 IIHF World Junior Championships.

So whether you’re a die-hard hockey fan or just looking to watch some great junior hockey, be sure to check out IIHF World Juniors 2022 at one of the great venues listed above. Some serious action is about to happen and there is no point in missing it.

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