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Ice Hockey world championship winners list since 1920

Ice Hockey World Championship IIHF Champions list 1920-2019.



Sweden is the Current Champions of 2018 Ice Hockey world championship in Denmark.





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Ice Hockey 1st time on 3 March 1875 was played as the indoor game in Montreal Victoria, Canada. James Creighton who invented this game in Canada.

The IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship is an annual tournament organized by International Ice Hockey Federation ( IIHA ).
The first World Championship was held at 1920 Summer Olympics till 1968, but later in Winter Olympics. In 1977 the Professional Athletes were allowed to play in World Championship, before 1977.
There are No Tournaments organized during 1940-46 due to WW-II.
10 countries have won the Gold medalists in IIHF World Championship, while a total of 14 countries have won medals.
Canada is the Most Winning team in IIHF overall have won the 49 medals, in which 25 Gold medals.
The 2nd best team in IIHF Soviet Union ( Russia ) overall have won the 26 Gold Medals, & as a Russia won the 5 Gold medal.

The Current & 2018 World Champion of Ice hockey World championship is Sweden who beat Switzerland in the Final. 



How Sweden dominate in 2018 Ice Hockey World Championship Denmark to Snatch the title. Complete Results of every game



See Also:


World Juniors Ice Hockey Championship previous winners List by year.



IIHF Ice Hockey World Championships winners-Champions List, All time medals winners.




Here is the full past results and All-time Ice Hockey World Championship Champions-Winners List by year from 1920-2018 



Years  Gold SilverBronzeHost Country
1920CanadaUnited StatesCzech SlovakiaBelgium
1924CanadaUnited StatesU . KFrance
1928CanadaSwedenSwitzerlandSwitzerland
1930CanadaGermanySwitzerlandFR , GER, Aus
1931CanadaUnited StatesAustria Poland
1932CanadaUnited StatesGermanyUnited States
1933United StatesCanadaCzech SlovakiaCzech Slovakia
1934CanadaUnited StatesGermanyItaly
1935CanadaSwitzerlandU . KSwitzerland
1936U . KCanadaUnited StatesGermany
1937CanadaU . KSwitzerlandGermany
1938CanadaU . KCzech SlovakiaCzech Slovakia
1939CanadaUnited StatesSwitzerlandSwitzerland
1947Czech SlovakiaSwedenAustriaCzech Slovakia
1948CanadaCzech SlovakiaSwitzerlandSwitzerland
1949Czech SlovakiaCanadaUnited StatesSweden
1950CanadaUnited StatesSwitzerlandU . K
1951CanadaSwedenSwitzerlandFrance
1952CanadaUnited StatesSwedenNorway
1953SwedenW. GermanySwitzerlandFrance
1954Soviet UnionCanadaSwedenSweden
1955CanadaSoviet UnionCzech SlovakiaW. Germany
1956Soviet UnionUnited StatesCanadaItaly
1957SwedenSoviet UnionCzech SlovakiaSoviet Union
1958CanadaSoviet UnionSwedenNorway
1959CanadaSoviet UnionCzech SlovakiaCzech Slovakia
1960United StatesCanadaSoviet UnionUnited States
1961CanadaCzech SlovakiaSoviet UnionSwitzerland
1962SwedenCanadaUnited StatesUnited States
1963Soviet UnionSwedenCzech SlovakiaSweden
1964Soviet UnionSwedenCzech SlovakiaAustria
1965Soviet UnionCzech SlovakiaSwedenFinland
1966Soviet UnionCzech SlovakiaCanadaYugoslavia
1967Soviet UnionSwedenCanadaAustria
1968Soviet UnionCzech SlovakiaCanadaFrance
1969Soviet UnionSwedenCzech SlovakiaSweden
1970Soviet UnionSwedenCzech SlovakiaSweden
1971Soviet UnionCzech SlovakiaSwedenSwitzerland
1972Czech SlovakiaSoviet UnionSwedenCzech Slovakia
1973Soviet UnionSwedenCzech SlovakiaSoviet Union
1974Soviet UnionCzech SlovakiaSwedenFinland
1975Soviet UnionCzech SlovakiaSwedenW. Germany
1976Czech SlovakiaSoviet UnionSwedenPoland
1977Czech SlovakiaSwedenSoviet UnionAustria
1978Soviet UnionCzech SlovakiaCanadaCzech Slovakia
1979Soviet UnionCzech SlovakiaSwedenSoviet Union
1981Soviet UnionSwedenCzech SlovakiaSweden
1982Soviet UnionCzech SlovakiaCanadaFinland
1983Soviet UnionCzech SlovakiaCanadaW.Germany
1985Czech SlovakiaCanadaSoviet UnionCzech Slovakia
1986Soviet UnionSwedenSoviet Union
1987SwedenSoviet UnionCzech Slovakia
1989Soviet UnionCanadaCzech SlovakiaSweden
1990Soviet UnionSwedenCzech SlovakiaSwitzerland
1991SwedenCanadaSoviet UnionFinland
1992SwedenFinlandCzech SlovakiaCzech Slovakia
1993RussiaSwedenCzech RepublicGermany
1994CanadaFinlandSwedenItaly
1995FinlandSwedenCanadaSweden
1996Czech RepublicCanadaUnited StatesAustria
1997CanadaSwedenCzech RepublicFinland
1998SwedenFinlandCzech RepublicSwitzerland
1999Czech RepublicFinlandSwedenNorway
2000Czech RepublicSlovakiaFinlandRussia
2001Czech RepublicFinlandSwedenGermany
2002SlovakiaRussiaSwedenSweden
2003CanadaSwedenSlovakiaFinland
2004CanadaSwedenUnited StatesCzech Republic
2005Czech RepublicCanadaRussiaAustria
2006SwedenCzech RepublicFinlandLatvia
2007CanadaFinlandRussiaRussia
2008RussiaCanadaFinlandCanada
2009RussiaCanadaSwedenSwitzerland
2010Czech RepublicRussiaSwedenGermany
2011FinlandSwedenCzech RepublicSlovakia
2012RussiaSlovakiaCzech RepublicSweden
2013SwedenSwitzerlandUnited StatesSweden
2014RussiaFinlandSwedenBelarus
2015CanadaRussiaUnited StatesCzech Republic
2016CanadaFinlandRussiaRussia
2017SwedenCanadaRussiaGermany
2018SwedenSwitzerlandUnited StatesDenmark
2019Slovakia
2020Switzerland
2021 Belarus, Lativia




Next - Upcoming IIHF World Championships - Future Sites/Venues

Year  | Host Cities | H. Countries 

2016  -  Moscow, Saint = Petersburge
2017  - Cologne , Paris = Germany , France
2018  - Copenhagen , Herning = Denmark
2019  ==  Bratislava & Kosice,   Slovakia
2020  ==  Zurich & Luasanne,    Switzerland
2021 ==   Minsk & Riga,    Belarus, Lativia
2022  =   Helsinke and Tempere,    Finland




1 comment:

  1. Let's watch Ice hockey world Championship 2017 online to know who will get the next position in this list. I am very very excited for this championship, because in this before starting many new things happen like hosting, partnership etc.

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