Travel sustainably in Home of Hockey ‒ The match ticket is also a public transport ticket

A person waving a Finnish flag next to a tram.

Did you know your ticket for the 2023 Ice Hockey World Championship matches also works as a ticket for the public transportation in Tampere and region? You can also explore the city with the convenient city bikes that can be found over a hundred stations around Tampere.

Use the buses, trams and local trains for transportation

Admission tickets for the matches of the 2023 Men’s World Hockey Championships played in Tampere include the right to travel on public transport Nysse.

You can travel on public transport buses and trams in Tampere and trains in the Nysse area (Tampere/Lempäälä/Nokia/Orivesi/Tesoma).

Confirm your right to travel by showing the QR code or bar code on the ticket to the reader each time you board.

The right to travel is valid 6 am until the next night at 4 am on the day of the game. The match ticket is valid in all zones and no separate night fare will be charged.

When the right to travel with a match ticket is not valid, Nysse trips are paid for with a travel card, contactless payment, Nysse Mobile application or a advance ticket. The price of ticket is determined by the age and customer group and the selected zones.

Visit the best spots of Tampere with city bikes 

City bikes can be found at 110 stations around Tampere, and their usage time is 60 minutes at a time. You can get a city bike by downloading the Tampere city bike app to your phone, registering as a city bike user, and paying for the bike usage.

Up-to-date information about city bike stations is in the Tampereen kaupunkipyörät app. / The 2023 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship / City bikes

Three people ride the city bikes while wearing Tampere jerseys.
Laura Happo.

Image: City of Tampere