Tickets for the Russia - Finland Euro Hockey Tour match

On January 22, ticket sales started for the Euro Hockey Tour match between Russia and Finland which will take place at the Arena 2000 in Yaroslavl.

At the moment, Russia lead the 2018/2019 Euro Hockey Tour table with five victories and one defeat, and in two matches against Finland, our players have claimed two wins without conceding a single goal (3:0 in Helsinki, 5:0 in Saint Petersburg). 

This game is a part of the Swedish Hockey Games competition which has been running since 1991. Following this game, the Russians will travel to Sweden, where they will play the hosts and the Czech Republic. 

Puck drop is scheduled for 19:30 local time.


Tickets can be purchased on, or at official ticket offices. There is a service charge of 10%.

The tickets will be sold in three stages starting on January 22, January 25 and January 30. One order can purchase up to six tickets. If you wish to purchase a VIP lounge, please send an email to

Tickets at the stated price can be purchased at the Gorka club in Yaroslavl (1 Pervomayskiy Bulvar) between 10:00 and 22:00 daily by cash only.

In Yaroslavl, tickets can also be purchased at the following locations:

- TRK Altair, (123 Leningradskiy Prospect) between 10:00 and 22:00 daily, cash and card;
- TK Shokolad, (108 Moskovskiy Prospect) between 10:00 and 22:00 daily, cash and card;
- TRK Yarkiy, (30/18 Mashinostroiteley Prospect) between 10:00 and 22:00 daily, cash and card.

Children under the age of six can attend for free with their parents (without a seperate allocated seat).

Please contact if there are any problems with purchashing tickets.

The Russian Ice Hockey Federation highly recommends not purchashing tickets from individual people at different prices. The RIHF does not hold responsibility for tickets which are sold not from official partners of the organisation.

All disabled fans wishing to attend must send an email to before February 1, 2019. The number of places is limited.

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