The 2022 ISBHF World Ball Hockey Championships will take place at Place Bell from June 21 to 27, 2022

Ball Hockey Quebecin collaboration with Tailoris pleased to announce the confirmation of Place Bell as the official venue for the 2022 ISBHF Ball Hockey World Championships.

We are committed to honoring the legacy of this great event and, in doing so, Ball Hockey Quebec (HBQ)in collaboration with Tailor, obtained the most appropriate place for this competition. Place Bell is a state-of-the-art, modern facility and will be the perfect venue for players and spectators alike.

We welcome you to the official opening ceremony which will take place on June 21 at 7:00 p.m. The first games of the tournament take place at 10:00 a.m. on June 21.

The tournament will run until June 27 and will feature the world’s most talented ball hockey players, men and women.

Participating nations compete in 3 separate divisions. the swimming pool A masculine includes Canada, Armenia, Czech Republic, Finland, Greece, Haiti, Italy, Slovakia, United Kingdom and United States. the men’s pool B is made up of Bermuda, Cayman Islands, France, Hong Kong, Lebanon, Morocco and Pakistan. The women’s pool A includes Canada, Czech Republic, Lebanon, Slovakia, United Kingdom and United States.

The tournament schedule is as follows:

We will also post important information in the coming days regarding ticket prices, links to our social networks (including our website) and our live streaming services.

We take this opportunity to thank the International Street and Ball Hockey Federation (ISBHF), Ball Hockey Canada (HBC) and all nations participating in the tournament. We would also like to thank Tailor in his capacity as official command of the event.

Also, we thank the City of Laval, Tourism Laval and Sports Laval for their financial assistance under the Events Support Program Laval SportCite.

Behalf Ball Hockey Quebecwe extend a warm welcome to you as we eagerly await the start of the tournament and look forward to seeing you all at Place Bell for the official puck drop!

About Ball Hockey Quebec

As its name suggests, Ball Hockey Quebec is the organization that oversees ball hockey in Quebec. Its mandate also includes other denominations and variants of the sport such as Dek hockey and cosom hockey, and covers all its formats: 5 against 5, 4 against 4 and 3 against 3. Our mission is to evaluate and promote hockey- ball in Quebec, by promoting the participation of players in an inclusive manner in a positive and safe environment, both at the recreational and competitive levels.

Ball hockey is the direct descendant of street hockey or boot hockey which has been played informally since the turn of the 20th century. In 1995, the Quebec Ball Hockey Association (AHBQ) was founded to provide a structure for this award-winning sport.

In its first year of existence, the AHBQ sends a men’s team to the National Championship of the Canadian Ball Hockey Association and wins its very first gold medal. Since then, the sport has experienced strong growth and the enthusiasm does not seem to be waning. In 2019, the AHBQ gets a makeover and becomes Hockey-Balle Québec.

As of today, Quebec men’s teams have won 33 gold medals, all divisions combined (but more qualified Div: A: 14, Div. B: 7, Div. C: 9, Div. D: 3). Among the women, despite a much younger program, they won 5 gold medals (div. A: 2, div. B: 3). To this list are added many silver and bronze medals won over the years.

Hockey-balle Québec is the only Quebec association recognized by the Canadian Ball Hockey Association ( The latter is an associate member of Hockey Canada and is part of the International Ball Hockey and Street Hockey Federation (

About Ball Hockey Canada

Ball Hockey Canada is a non-profit organization, founded in 1977 as the Canadian Ball Hockey Association (CBHA). It is recognized as the governing body for sport in Canada by the International Ball and Street Hockey Federation (ISBHF) and by Hockey Canada.

The organization currently has 10 members in 9 provinces, with registrations of over 44,000 players, coaches and officials across the country.

The main functions of Ball Hockey Canada are to provide common services to members (including a national insurance program), to organize national championships and events approved by the Board of Directors of Ball Hockey Canada, to ‘ to develop national playing rules and development programs to assist members in the administration and development of the sport, and to operate a national team program at the junior and senior levels to represent Canada at ISBHF Championships .


The International Street and Ball Hockey Federation (ISBHF) is the world governing body for the sport of Street and Ball Hockey. The organization is registered in Prague, Czech Republic, as a non-profit organization (Reg. No. 63832992), associating national organizations from all over the world.

The ISBHF was created in Oshawa, Canada, in June 1993, recognizing the need to unify the rules of the game between nations and to organize international competitions. The first official ISBHF World Championship was held in Bratislava, Slovakia in 1996, with Canada winning the historic first gold medal.

Today, the ISBHF organizes international competitions for all age categories – Junior, Senior, Masters – for men and women, being pinnacles of the sport for every player, coach, referee or staff member.

The objectives of the ISBHF are to support, develop and unite national associations, to harmonize competitions and rules, and to promote sport as a beneficial activity for the general public, regardless of their background. socioeconomic.

The ISBHF is also recognized by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) as the governing body for ball hockey, and many ISBHF national associations are recognized by the highest sports authorities in their countries. ISBHF’s current vision is to grow the sport in its National Associations and join the World Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF), building on ISBHF’s ultimate goal – to showcase the sport at the Games Summer Olympics.


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