Come and watch the competitions for free!

Experience the games from close quarters by attending the competitions – for free!

A little reminder : for outdoor competitions, access is free and there is no need for an entrance ticket. For indoor competitions, on the other hand, (Lausanne Malley, Champéry), you have to register in advance on our website – registration is free of charge, of course.

Reserve your seat now at the Vaudoise Arena in Lausanne for some exciting Ice Hockey matches between the best teams in the world:

  • Men's ice hockey (selection)
    • Canada – Russia, Saturday, 18th January, 14.00
    • USA – Finland, Saturday, 18th January, 20.00
    • Denmark – Canada, Sunday, 19th January, 14.00
    • Switzerland – USA, Sunday, 19th January, 20.00
    • Russia – Denmark, Monday, 20th January, 14.00
    • Finland – Switzerland, Monday, 20th January, 20.00
    • Semi-finals, Tuesday, 21st January, 11.00 and 14.00
    • Finals, Wednesday, 22nd January, 12.00 (third place playoff) and 15.h00 (finals)
  • Women's ice hockey (selection) :
    • Sweden – Slovakia, Friday, 17th January, 17.00
    • Switzerland – Czech Republic, Friday, 17th January, 20.00
    • Germany – Sweden, Saturday, 18th January, 11.00
    • Japan – Czech Republic, Saturday, 18th January, 20.00
    • Switzerland – Japan, Sunday, 19 January, 11.00
    • Slovakia – Germany, Sunday, 19 January, 17.00
    • Semi-finals, Monday, 20th January, 11.00 and 17.00
    • Finals, Tuesday, 21st January, 17.00 (third place playoff) et 20.00 (finals)

For more information and reservations, please follow this link.

You can also find out what multi-national 3 on 3 is, the new Ice Hockey discipline which will be included for the first time in the Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020 :

  • 2 tournaments, men and women
  • 16 multi-national teams
  • 7 rounds in each tournament, followed by the semi-finals and finals

Browse the full schedule of the Lausanne 2020 Youth Olympic Games here