Scottish Ice Hockey confirms 2020 Cup Finals event

Scottish Ice Hockey is delighted to confirm details for the Scottish Cup Finals 2020.

Dundee Ice Arena will host a day of finals on Saturday, 21st March, ranging from the under 12 age group to the SNL teams.

The action begins at 10.00am with the U12 final. The U14, U16 and U20 finals are scheduled to follow during the afternoon, with the SNL final rounding off proceedings at 6.30pm.

Match details for the day and face-off times are as follows:

  • Under 12 Final – 10.00am – 11.30am
  • Under 14 Final – 12.00pm – 1.30pm
  • Under 16 Final – 2.00pm – 3.30pm
  • Under 20 Final – 4.00pm – 6.00pm
  • SNL Final – 6.30pm

The U12, U14, U16 finals will feature three x 15-minute periods, stop clock and two-minute intervals.

The U20 final will be played over three x 20-minute periods, stop clock and one ice cut.

The SNL final will contain three x 20-minute periods, stop clock and two ice cuts.

Each game will have a two-minute warm-up and there will be ice cuts in between each one.

In the event of a tie there will be five minutes of overtime (3-on-3) followed by penalty shots if necessary.

Teams must be ready to play no later than the times stated and be prepared for any timing adjustments as the schedule develops.

Trophy presentations will be made after each final.

The arena will open at 9.00am for player entry and 9.30am for spectators. Admission for adults is £10.00 per person for a day ticket, concessions (U16, OAP and disabled) £5.00 per person. Please click here to purchase tickets for the event.

SIH Chairman, David Hand, said: “The Scottish Cup Finals event brings together the best knockout teams in the country.

“Many of the Scotland’s top junior players will be in action and we round everything off with two SNL sides battling to claim the senior trophy.

“With tickets priced at just £10.00 and £5.00 to watch five matches, the Scottish Cup Finals are superb value for money.

“We hope that supporters from across Scotland will travel to Dundee to support the players as they strive to lift the silverware.”

(Image permission: Derek Black)