Community Experience

Information for Fans and Volunteers!

World's largest International

Adult Rec Hockey Tournament!

The CARHA Hockey World Cup is organized every four years in a select Canadian city, and is an event that attracts participants from all across Canada, the United States, Asia and Europe. From March 19 to 26, Richmond will host 100+ teams from 10+ countries for this week-long event.

The event has a strong community element and we invite you to get involved. Come out and enjoy the tournament, watch great hockey, and cheer on our athletes!

Get your local organization or minor hockey team involved: There are numerous ways for the community to get involved in this world-class event. Contact Kellan at KTochkin@carhahockey.ca to explore opportunities and learn more!

March of Athletes

SUNDAY, MARCH 19
Starts at 5 PM | Route to the Richmond Olympic Oval

Welcome participants from all over the world to Richmond! Cheer on our athletes as they march through the streets towards the Richmond Olympic Oval wearing their country colours. 

MONDAY, MARCH 20 TO SATURDAY, MARCH 25
Richmond Olympic Oval; Richmond Ice Centre

Free admission all week to attend any of our games.

Game schedule will be released in February.

Tournament Games

Feature game

FRIDAY, MARCH 24 
7 PM to 9 PM | Minoru Arena

Join us to pack Minoru Arena for this popular evening featuring a selection division championship game.

The nationally televised Feature Game will be staged in a professional manner including an official puck drop, cheque presentation, playing of the anthems, intermissions, and player of the game announcement. 

Free admission. 

gAME

vENUES

RICHMOND OLYMPIC OVAL

Location of games throughout the week

RICHMOND ICE CENTRE

Location of games throughout the week

MINORU ARENA

Feature Game

Community

Involvement

Honourary Chairman: Kirk McLean

get involved!

If you’d like to get a local group or minor hockey team involved in supporting the tournament, contact Kellan to explore opportunities and learn more! There are numerous ways for the community to take part in this world-class event.

proudly supporting

our tournament charities of choice

These two local organizations do tremendous work supporting programming and opportunities.

KidSport Richmond

Provides financial grants to help cover the cost of registration fees so that all kids aged 18 and under, from financially challenged families in Richmond, can play at least one season of sport in a calendar year.
CAN

Canucks Autism Network

Founded in 2008 by Vancouver Canucks Co-owners, Paolo and Clara Aquilini, whose son has autism. CAN is dedicated to providing programs to individuals on the autism spectrum and their families, while promoting acceptance and inclusion through community engagement and training initiatives across BC and beyond.

Volunteer

Opportunities

If you experience any issues registering, please contact Kellan at KTochkin@carhahockey.ca for assistance