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ISU World Figure Skating Championships

22 - 28 Mar - Ericsson Globe
Price: ALL EVENT-tickets: 3300-16000 + service fee
  • Mon. Mar 22, 2021 , 7:00 AM
  • Tue. Mar 23, 2021 , 7:00 AM
  • Wed. Mar 24, 2021 , 10:00 AM
  • Thu. Mar 25, 2021 , 11:00 AM
  • Fri. Mar 26, 2021 , 10:45 AM
  • Sat. Mar 27, 2021 , 11:00 AM
  • Sun. Mar 28, 2021 , 2:30 PM

Welcome to the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2021 the 22-28th of March! The ISU World Figure Skating Championships is an annual event that moves around the globe, attracting more than 300 million television viewers worldwide and showcasing the 200 best athletes from 50 countries in four disciplines: Ladies, Men, Pair Skating and Ice Dance.

The best figure skaters from around the world will come to Stockholm in March 2021 to compete for the World title and berths for the next Olympic Games in 2022.


Ticket Info

Ticket release to the ISU World Figure Skating Championships postponed

The Swedish government recently held a press conference and announced that new regulations regarding events with seated audience, where social distance can be ensured, is under preparation. What these regulations will entail is not yet decided but will be presented in a few weeks and are expected to be implemented by the 1st of October.

The Organizing Committee wants to do everything to create a fantastic experience for our highly valued skating fans and that includes avoiding seat changes. We will therefore wait for the new regulations to be presented before we release the all-event tickets. We will announce the date for the release within a few weeks once the new regulations are communicated. The date will be announced at stockholm2021.se, in social media and in our newsletters.

The Organizing Committee sincerely apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause but we hope for your understanding in these uncertain times.

For the ISU and the Local Organizing Committee of the ISU Figure Skating World Championships 2021, the health and safety of the participants are priority number one. We are closely following the Covid-19 development with the expectation and hope that the situation will be back to normal as soon as possible.