Bets on the Ice Hockey World Championship 2021
Already caught the ice hockey fever? The Ice Hockey World Championship 2021 is approaching and bet-at-home delivers top odds for the games on the ice. Top duels of the world’s best teams in Minsk and Riga are guaranteed. Don’t miss this sports highlight and bet on your favourites now!
bet-at-home betting odds for the Ice Hockey World Championship
With bet-at-home, you are perfectly prepared for the 84th Ice Hockey World Championship. Don’t miss the chance to see the top 16 teams in the world competing with each other. A total of 64 action-packed duels are going to take place from 21 May to 6 June 2021 in Belarus and Latvia. Minsk and Riga are the host cities of the Ice Hockey World Championship. And with bet-at-home’s ice hockey odds, your chances to win at the world championship 2021 are guaranteed. You can find all info about the ice hockey event of the year and top betting tips from our experts also in our bet-at-home blog.
Who will be ice hockey world champion 2021?
The top 16 teams in the world are facing each other in two groups at the Ice Hockey World Championship. Those are the 14 best teams from the previous year and two promoted teams from Division I. The four best teams of each group are determined in the preliminary round. The nations ranked at the bottom of group A and B are relegated to Division I. Secure top odds now and bet on the world champion 2021!
Venues of the Ice Hockey World Championship 2021
Both Belarus and Latvia will be hosting the Ice Hockey World Championship for the second time. The games of one group as well as two quarter-finals will be held in Minsk and Riga, respectively. Both semi-final games and the bronze and gold medal games will take place in the Belarusian capital. With 15,100 fans, a significantly higher number of fans can be hosted in the Minsk Arena than in the Arena Riga which has a capacity of 10,300 spectators.
A look back at the Ice Hockey World Championship 2020
The world championship was supposed to be held in Switzerland from 8 to 24 May. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tournament was cancelled.
A look back at the Ice Hockey World Championship 2019
The 83rd Ice Hockey World Championship was held from 10 to 26 May 2019 in Slovakia. Finland was crowned world champion 2019. It has been the third world title for the “Suomi”. They defeated Canada 3-1 in the final. Russia came to a tight 3-2 victory over the Czech Republic in the game for third place. More than 470,000 spectators followed the Ice Hockey World Championship.
A look back at the Ice Hockey World Championship 2018
The 82nd Ice Hockey World Championship took place from 4 to 20 May 2018 in Copenhagen and Herning. After 64 games and 384 goals, Sweden beat Switzerland in a thrilling final only in the penalty shoot-out. The “Tre Kronor” were crowned ice hockey world champions 2018 and secured their eleventh world title. The USA came out on top against Canada in the game for third place. More than 520,000 people visited the ice hockey games in Denmark.
A look back at the Ice Hockey World Championship 2017
In 2017, the 81st Ice Hockey World Championship was held in Cologne and Paris. More than 680,000 spectators watched the thrilling blade duels between 5 and 21 May 2017 in the arenas. In an exciting final, Sweden celebrated a 2-1 victory over defending champion Canada and claimed their 10th world title. Russia finished in third place.
A look back at the Ice Hockey World Championship 2016
In 2016, the Ice Hockey World Championship was hosted by Moscow and Saint Petersburg. From 6 to 22 May 2016, 363 goals ensured pure action. Canada came in second place in the group stage and was later crowned world champion 2016. The Canadians have already claimed 26 ice hockey world titles and are also ranked world no. 1. The silver medal at the Ice Hockey World Championship 2016 went to Finland, Russia finished in third place.