Great Britain’s games against Canada and Kazakhstan have been cancelled because of the worldwide situation with the coronavirus.
GB were set to face Kazakhstan in Milton Keynes on Sunday 3rd May, followed by the sold-out match with Canada at Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena on Tuesday 5th May.
Ice Hockey UK general secretary, Andy French, said: “It is with a heavy heart that we have to announce the cancellation of both of these games.
“Both were set to be fantastic occasions, especially welcoming Canada to the UK and we know how disappointed people will be.
“But sport is not important right now. Everyone’s health is very much the most important thing. I urge everyone to keep safe right now and take care of one another.”
All supporters who bought tickets will be refunded with full details below.
GB v Kazakhstan in Milton Keynes
The refund process will begin as soon as possible. All customers will be contacted directly to confirm their refund has been processed. Please be patient as the arena has had a large number of event cancellations and refunds will be processed as quickly as possible.
GB v Canada in Nottingham
The Motorpoint Arena Nottingham will contact all the ticket holders to confirm the cancellation and refund their ticket money. Please be patient as the arena has had a large number of event cancellations and refunds will be processed as quickly as possible.
Photo credit: Dean Woolley.