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Logo, Turnierinformationen und Logo-Verlauf der IIHF Frauen-Eishockey-Weltmeisterschaft 2024 – SportsLogos.Net News

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The IIHF Women’s Hockey World Championship 2024 kicks off this morning at the Adirondack Bank Center in Utica, New York. Ten teams, divided into two divisions, compete this year for the right to be called the best hockey team in the world.

The logo of the IIHF Women’s Hockey World Championship 2024 features a navy blue goalie silhouette in front of a silver-blue representation of the Utica University Nexus Center, with the Utica skyline to the right and a row of pine trees to the left. The logo incorporates a red, white, and blue motif with four stripes and three white stars, a clear nod to the host country, the USA.


There are two versions of this logo, with the main logo (vertically stacked) displayed above and a horizontal version of the same logo below.


This year’s edition sees Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, Switzerland, and the host (and defending champion) USA in Pool A. In Pool B, China, Denmark, Germany, Japan, and Sweden are represented. This is the 22nd Women’s World Championship with either Canada or the USA winning gold every time, and only once has another team (Finland in 2019) claimed silver in these 22 tournaments.


The IIHF has been using a template design for their tournament logos for quite some time now. The first Women’s Hockey Championship to utilize this format was in 2007. The template leverages the rounded rectangle shape of the IIHF logo, recolored to match the host country or region. Each logo displays the tournament year at the top and the tournament title at the bottom, with the host city always shown at the very bottom.

LINK: History of the IIHF Women’s Hockey World Championship Logo

Check out the graphic below. Note that the 2020 edition was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and no tournaments took place due to the Winter Olympics in 2010, 2014, and 2018.


The 2024 tournament will run for the next week and a half, with the gold medal game taking place on the evening of Sunday, April 14. You can find the full schedule here.

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