Figure skating at its best
March 22–28 2021


Official practices at the Ericsson Globe will take place on Monday, March 22 and Tuesday, March 23. The competition will begin Wednesday, March 24 and end on Saturday, March 27 with the Exhibition Gala taking place on Sunday, March 28. The detailed competition schedule will be available later on.

No matter which All Event ticket that you buy to the championships, you have access to the Exhibition Gala on Sunday.

Date & time Event
Monday, 22 March, All day Official Practice
Tuesday, 23 March, All day Official Practice
Wednesday, 24 March 10.00 LADIES – Short program

17.30 Opening Ceremony on Ice

18.30 PAIRS – Short program

Thursday, 25 March 11.00: Men – Short Program

18.10: PAIRS –  Free Skating

Victory Ceremony – PAIRS

Friday, 26 March 10.45: Ice Dance – Rhytm Dance

18.00: Ladies Free Skating

            Victory Ceremony – LADIES

Saturday, March 27

11.00: MEN – Free Skating
Victory Ceremony – MEN
17.00: Ice Dance – Free Dance
Victory Ceremony – ICE DANCE

Sunday, March 28

14.30: Gala Exhibiton

All-Event tickets have been postponed. Day tickets will be released in November, an official date will be released as soon as we can. You will be able to find your tickets at Tickets.

The All-Event Passport is one ticket that enables access to all competitions and the Exhibition Gala at Ericsson Globe. All official practices on Monday and Tuesday as well as the daily early practices are included in the All-Event Passport (excluding the Exhibition Gala practice that is closed to the public).

There are no group discounts.

Yes, a venue map will be available for you to select your seat that illustrates the individual sections and seats.

The ticket prices are Swedish Krona, SEK.

Camera Policy is in place at events to protect the safety of athletes and to ensure a distraction-free environment for all spectators.

The single tickets will be released in November. Specific date will be announced in September.

Payments via AXS.com: Visa, Mastercard and AMEX.

Depending on the All Event Ticket sale we can’t guarantee that there will be single tickets left to buy on these sections.

The ISU Skating Award will not be held in Stockholm 2021. There will be a traditional Exhibition Gala.

The health and safety of the participants are ISU and our number one priority. We will follow the governments regulations and guidelines thoroughly and will inform about how, closer to the event.

In general, paid tickets are non‐refundable. A refund of the ticket price, excluding the AXS service fee will be made only in the following circumstances:

  • The event is cancelled
  • The event is held without spectators due to restrictions imposed by Swedish authorities and/or the International Skating Union
  • Restrictions imposed by Swedish authorities that prohibits travelers from certain countries to enter Sweden
  • If Swedish authorities were to implement quarantine rules for travelers entering Sweden for seven days or more, these travelers will be able to refund their tickets.

Due to the pandemic around the world we have decided to postpone the ticket release.

You are not allowed to bring your own food or drink in the arena. Bottles are not allowed no matter the material or content due to safety reasons.

There will be seats for spectators with disabilities. We will soon announce which seats that will be available and how you book.