Thousands of figure skating fans will gather at the Bell Centre from March 18 to 24, 2024 for the ISU World Figure Skating Championships, an event that nearly happened here in 2020 — until it was cancelled due to the pandemic. We’re so excited to finally be righting history and witnessing jaw-dropping feats by international champions from the front row, at the most important annual figure skating event outside of the Olympics.
Take to the ice!
Montréal previously hosted the ISU Worlds in 1932, the first time the event was ever held in Canada, and the event has grown in stature and world attention in the years since to capture the hearts of over 300 million television viewers worldwide.
Hosting 200 competitors from 50 countries in women’s, men’s, pairs and ice dance, it’s the place to be in figure skating for both competitors and fans from around the world. Montréal will be hosting stars like Kaori Sakamoto, Loena Hendrickx, Alysa Liu and Canadian national champions Kaiya Ruiter, Madeline Schizas and Hetty Shi.
The event is naturally drawing thousands of fans from the United States, Japan, China, the United Kingdom and elsewhere.
Montréal is laced-up and ready
With a golden Olympic past, packed annual sporting events calendar and a global status as an urban sports city, it’s clear to any visitor that sports make up an important part of Montréal’s DNA. In what’s sure to be a banner year of competition and eye-popping achievement, the ISU Worlds promise to add another exciting chapter to our rich sporting history.
With our world class sports facilities, top tier accommodations, skilled suppliers with an eye for detail and the dedicated team at Sports Events Montréal here to ensure your next event is a smash success, Montréal is the place for all your sporting events.