The ice hockey world championship bids farewell to Košice

The final games will be played in Bratislava.

(Source: SME)

The 2019 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship has moved into its final stages.

The Steel Arena in Košice held its last matches on May 23. The championship lured some 90,000 visitors to the city, according to the estimates.

The four best teams of the competition, Canada, Russia, Finland and the Czech Republic, will now play at the Ondrej Nepela Arena in Bratislava.

The semifinal matches (between Russia and Finland, and Canada and the Czech Republic) will take place on May 25 (at 15:15 and 19:15), the match for third place on May 26 at 15:45, and the finals on May 26 at 20:15.

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