Four 2024 IIHF Women’s World Championship preliminary games available for $125 per package

USA Hockey and the Adirondack Bank Center announced today that a “Team USA” package is now available for the 2024 IIHF Women’s World Championships. The package includes all four Team USA preliminary games and is available at


  • Wednesday, April 3, 7 p.m. – United States vs. Switzerland
  • Friday, April 5, 7 p.m. – United States vs. Czechia
  • Saturday, April 6, 7 p.m. – United States vs. Finland
  • Monday, April 8, 7 p.m. – United States vs. Canada


“This is an unbelievable opportunity for our community to support Team USA,” said Mohawk Valley Garden President Robert Esche. “Utica is going to bring the best hockey players in the world for this tournament and we are thrilled to support the women representing our country right here at home.”


This package represents the only opportunity for fans to guarantee entry to all Team USA preliminary games. The ticket package is just $125 (plus taxes and fees), and the first 200 ticket purchasers will receive a USA Hockey collectors mug.

The 2024 IIHF Women’s World Championship features the best women’s ice hockey players in the world from 10 nations and all 29 games of the event will be staged at Adirondack Bank Center in Utica.

The 10 teams are divided into two groups with the U.S., Canada, Czechia, Finland and Switzerland comprising Group A, while China, Denmark, Germany, Japan and Sweden make up Group B. In the preliminary round, each team will play the other four teams in its group.

All five teams from Group A and the top three from Group B advance to the quarterfinals on April 12, with the winners facing off in the semifinals on April 13. The two semifinals winners will play for gold on April 14, with the losing two teams competing for bronze earlier that day.

The full tournament schedule for all teams can be found here.

The 2024 tournament marks the fifth time the U.S. has hosted the event and the first time since 2017 when the tournament was held in Plymouth, Mich. Other U.S. host cities have included Lake Placid, N.Y., (1994), Minn. (2001), and Burlington, Vt. (2012).

The U.S. is the defending world champion and since the tournament’s inception in 1990 has appeared in every gold-medal game.