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2018 Bandy World Championship
XXXVIIIth Bandy World Championship
2018 Bandy World Championship logo.png
Tournament details
Host countries China
 Russia
Dates28 January – 4 February
Teams8 (Division A) and 8 (Division B)
Venue(s)Arena Yerofey, Harbin Sport University Stadium (in 2 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg Russia (11th title)
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg Sweden
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg Finland
Fourth place Kazakhstan
Tournament statistics
Matches played22 (Division A)
22 (Division B)
Scoring leader(s)Division A
Kazakhstan Rauan Isaliyev
(21 goals)
Division B
Estonia Aleksei Ibatulov
(18 goals)
MVPSweden Daniel Berlin
2017
2019

The 2018 Bandy World Championship was the 38th Bandy World Championship between men's bandy teams. The tournament took place in China and Russia. Division A matches were played in the Russian city of Khabarovsk and Division B matches in Harbin, Manchuria.[1][2][3]

Participating teams and officials[edit]

Logo of the B Division, which was played in Harbin, China.

Eight nations were qualified for the Division A, where the matches were played in Khabarovsk, Russia. Canada would have made its return to Division A, as it won in the Division B last year, but declined to participate and was replaced by Hungary.[4] The other teams in Division A were directly qualified through their results in the same division last year.

The Division B matches were played in Harbin, Manchuria, and made up of eight teams. Of the countries from 2017, Belarus, which finished in last place of Division A, and the Czech Republic, chose not to participate.[5]

Division A[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Pool B[edit]

Division B[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Pool B[edit]

Officials[edit]

Referees Assistants
Division A
  • Finland Petri Kuusela
  • Norway Pontus Petersson
  • Russia Nikita Yuklyaevskikh
  • Sweden Jonas Kandell
  • United States Eric William Hemmesch
  • Finland Mika Mutanen
  • Finland Harri Pietilaintn
  • Norway Fredrik Bjørseth
  • Russia Sergey Beskonchin
  • Russia Denis Pronin
  • Sweden Per Jacobsson
  • Sweden Thomas Persson
Division B
  • Canada Brenden Burnell
  • Czech Republic Radek Kopal
  • Kazakhstan Andrey Piunov
  • Russia Egor Lukyanchenko
  • Russia Rodion Yarovenko
  • Sweden Adam Jokinen
  • China Sang Hong
  • China Wang Xue Feng
  • Germany Dmitri Antropov
  • Japan Ryuji Tsujitsugu
  • Kazakhstan Nurlan Urazgaliev
  • Netherlands Bas van Meijel
  • Sweden Jimmy Elwing
  • United States Steven Shinn

Squads[edit]

Venues[edit]

Khabarovsk Harbin
Arena Yerofey Harbin Sport University Stadium
Capacity: 10,000 Capacity: 5,000
Russia. Khabarovsk. Arena Yerofey 2016.jpg 哈尔滨体育学院体育场 - panoramio.jpg

Division A[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

All times are local (UTC+10).

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1  Sweden 3 3 0 0 32 4 +28 6
2  Russia (H) 3 2 0 1 20 8 +12 4
3  Finland 3 1 0 2 9 11 −2 2
4  Norway 3 0 0 3 1 39 −38 0
Source: [6]
(H) Host.
Game 3
Sweden 9–1 Finland
Berlin Goal 4'33'
Löfstedt Goal 9'
Fagerström Goal 19'82'
Johansson Goal 28'
Westh Goal 68'
E. Pettersson Goal 78' (p)81'
Report Goal 53' Tu. Määttä
Attendance: 2,605
Referee: Nikita Yuklyaevskikh (Russia)
Game 4
Russia 15–1 Norway
A. Prokopiev Goal 3'
Ishkeldin Goal 15'74'
Dergaev Goal 16'75'82'
Lomanov Goal 20'53'63'65'
Mirgazov Goal 21'71'
Dzhusoev Goal 36'
Kalanchin Goal 85'
Bondarenko Goal 87'
Report Goal 79' Kristoffersen
Attendance: 9,432
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)
Game 7
Sweden 17–0 Norway
Löfstedt Goal 4'16'34'46'59'
J. Andersson Goal 16'
E. Pettersson Goal 33'45' (p)66'
Säfström Goal 50'82'
Eriksson Goal 63'
Jansson Goal 68'73'86'
Fagerström Goal 71'
H. Andersson Goal 88'
Report
Attendance: 1,262
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)
Game 8
Russia 2–1 Finland
Ishkeldin Goal 31'
Mirgazov Goal 66'
Report Goal 25' (p) J. Liukkonen
Attendance: 4,321
Referee: Jonas Kandell (Sweden)
Game 11
Norway 0–7 Finland
Report Goal 17'33' (p)68' Kumpuoja
Goal 22' Helavuori
Goal 48' (p) Nissinen
Goal 52'89' Te. Määttä
Attendance: 737
Referee: Nikita Yuklyaevskikh (Russia)
Game 12
Sweden 6–3 Russia
Berlin Goal 5'
J. Andersson Goal 10'53'
Johansson Goal 60'
Fagerström Goal 63'69'
Report Goal 29' Dzhusoev
Goal 48' Ishkeldin
Goal 87' Befus
Attendance: 7,520
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1  Kazakhstan 3 3 0 0 60 3 +57 6
2  United States 3 2 0 1 31 19 +12 4
3  Germany 3 1 0 2 15 36 −21 2
4  Hungary 3 0 0 3 6 54 −48 0
Game 1
United States 14–4 Germany
Brown Goal 1'19'24'85'90'
Lickteig Goal 18'28'42'
Wenzel Goal 38'
Richardson Goal 48'
Carman Goal 52'
Dwyer Goal 56'
Erickson Goal 57'
Williams Goal 72'
Report Goal 16' Völker
Goal 23'58'65' Kolyagin
Attendance: 520
Referee: Jonas Kandell (Sweden)
Game 2
Hungary 0–29 Kazakhstan
Report Goal 2'9'18'22'24'40'50'72' Isaliyev
Goal 4' Zhaukenov
Goal 8'23'60'90' Chernyshev
Goal 13' Nugmanov
Goal 14'27' Vshivkov
Goal 25'27'34'51'64' Leonov
Goal 29' Riazanov
Goal 37'49'82' Khrapenkov
Goal 44' (p) Kadirzhanov
Goal 55' Utebaliev
Goal 58'74' Zavidovskiy
Attendance: 495
Referee: Eric William Hemmesch (USA)
Game 6
Kazakhstan 14–1 United States
Isaliyev Goal 1'14' (p)31'65' (p)
Vshivkov Goal 37'78'
Chernyshev Goal 39'41'42'
Leonov Goal 52'61'
Nugmanov Goal 68'
Galyautdinov Goal 77'
Utebaliev Goal 79'
Report Goal 34' Brown
Attendance: 538
Referee: Nikita Yuklyaevskikh (Russia)
Game 9
Germany 2–17 Kazakhstan
Kolyagin Goal 17'
Kuznetsov Goal 57'
Report Goal 3' Vshivkov
Goal 5'33'48'49' Isaliyev
Goal 24'37'83' Chernyshev
Goal 26' Kadirzhanov
Goal 29'32' Utebaliev
Goal 35' Zhaukenov
Goal 39'61' Leonov
Goal 41' Nugmanov
Goal 55' Riazanov
Goal 66' Galyautdinov
Attendance: 567
Referee: Pontus Petersson (Norway)
Game 10
United States 16–1 Hungary
Brown Goal 1'6'31'38'39'
Zitouni Goal 4'13'
Erickson Goal 18'80'
Carman Goal 20'
Blucher Goal 35'
Williams Goal 42'
Knutson Goal 44'
Wenzel Goal 65'
Lickteig Goal 85'87'
Report Goal 59' Kordisz
Attendance: 376
Referee: Jonas Kandell (Sweden)
Game 5
Germany 9–5 Hungary
Dunaev Goal 9'42'
Völker Goal 13'51'
Kolyagin Goal 22'40'
Kail Goal 63'
Kusmin Goal 67'
Houck Goal 69'
Report Goal 18' Frajka
Goal 31' Pacsai
Goal 37'82' Schellin
Goal 47' Polgar
Attendance: 138
Referee: Pontus Petersson (Norway)

Play-off[edit]

Bracket[edit]

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
2 February
 
 
 Russia26
 
3 February
 
 Germany1
 
 Russia8
 
2 February
 
 Finland2
 
 Finland13
 
4 February
 
 United States4
 
 Russia5
 
2 February
 
 Sweden4
 
 Sweden16
 
3 February
 
 Hungary3
 
 Sweden5
 
2 February
 
 Kazakhstan4 Third place
 
 Norway1
 
4 February
 
 Kazakhstan6
 
 Finland8
 
 
 Kazakhstan4
 

Quarterfinals[edit]

Game 13
Norway 1–6 Kazakhstan
Jensen Goal 25' Report Goal 7'89' (p) Vshivkov
Goal 15' Riazanov
Goal 44'78'79' Isaliyev
Attendance: 234
Referee: Nikita Yuklyaevskikh (Russia)
Game 14
Finland 13–4 United States
Kumpuoja Goal 1'17'65'67'83' (p)
Lukkarila Goal 4'6'65'
Heinonen Goal 5'44'
Peuhkuri Goal 11'
Tu. Määttä Goal 51' (p)
Te. Määttä Goal 86'
Report Goal 56' Erickson
Goal 59' (p) Richardson
Goal 66' Carman
Goal 89' Knutson
Attendance: 487
Referee: Pontus Petersson (Norway)
Game 15
Sweden 16–3 Hungary
Edlund Goal 3'44'
Gilljam Goal 15'75'
Fagerström Goal 18'32'69'
Jansson Goal 28'70'80'
Pizzoni Elfving Goal 39'
Löfstedt Goal 53'71'
H. Andersson Goal 56'
Säfström Goal 58'
J. Andersson Goal 84'
Report Goal 79' Jankovics
Goal 83'86' Kordisz
Attendance: 738
Referee: Jonas Kandell (Sweden)
Game 16
Russia 26–1 Germany
Lomanov Goal 12'34'40'
Bondarenko Goal 13'24'
Dergaev Goal 14'21'30' (p)51'
Vikulin Goal 16'77'
Arkhipkin Goal 19'43'73'84'
Mirgazov Goal 23'35'42'63'
Befus Goal 26'53'74'
A. Prokopiev Goal 28'
Chernov Goal 44'82'
Granovskiy Goal 58'
Report Goal 48' Völker
Attendance: 2,765
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)

7th place game[edit]

Game 17
Germany 21–1 Hungary
Völker Goal 3'62'
Kolyagin Goal 4'23' (p)31'45'71'81'
Kail Goal 5'9'20'86'
Kudrin Goal 7'
Kuznetsov Goal 11'69'
Dunaev Goal 27'33'
Kusmin Goal 47'
Laue Goal 61'
Houck Goal 67'
Paul Goal 80'
Report Goal 59' Pacsai
Attendance: 319
Referee: Pontus Petersson (Norway)

5th place game[edit]

Game 18
United States 3–2 Norway
Carman Goal 43'72'
Wenzel Goal 56'
Report Goal 37' Jerner
Goal 58' Kristoffersen
Attendance: 867
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)

Semifinals[edit]

Game 19
Russia 8–2 Finland
Lomanov Goal 2'
Mirgazov Goal 8'53'
Ishkeldin Goal 18'
Dergaev Goal 22'
A. Prokopiev Goal 40'
Chernov Goal 52'
Bondarenko Goal 74'
Report Goal 29' J. Liukkonen
Goal 90' Te. Määttä
Attendance: 6,186
Referee: Jonas Kandell (Sweden)
Game 20
Sweden 5–4 Kazakhstan
Edlund Goal 3'49' (p)78'
Berlin Goal 41'
Löfstedt Goal 66'
Report Goal 18'32'84' Vshivkov
Goal 70' Galyautdinov
Attendance: 2,274
Referee: Nikita Yuklyaevskikh (Russia)

Third place game[edit]

Game 21
Finland 8–4 Kazakhstan
Kumpuoja Goal 13'20'
Lukkarila Goal 35'62'
J. Liukkonen Goal 57' (p)
Peuhkuri Goal 75'
Tu. Määttä Goal 76'
Moisala Goal 90'
Report Goal 15' Zavidovskiy
Goal 54' Vshivkov
Goal 60'79' Isaliyev
Attendance: 1,320
Referee: Jonas Kandell (Sweden)

Final[edit]

Game 22
Russia 5–4 Sweden
Mirgazov Goal 1'5'78'
Dzhusoev Goal 26'
Ishkeldin Goal 50'
Report Goal 16' Hellmyrs
Goal 46' Löfstedt
Goal 61' Berlin
Goal 64' Gilljam
Attendance: 8,967
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)

Final ranking[edit]

Gold medal icon.svg  Russia
Silver medal icon.svg  Sweden
Bronze medal icon.svg  Finland
4  Kazakhstan
5  United States
6  Norway
7  Germany
8  Hungary Decrease

Division B[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

All times are local (UTC+8).

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1  Estonia 3 2 0 1 14 7 +7 4
2  Japan 3 1 1 1 8 8 0 3
3  Mongolia 3 1 1 1 6 5 +1 3
4  Ukraine 3 1 0 2 7 15 −8 2
Source: [1]
Game 3
Mongolia 1–1 Japan
Jargalsaikhan Goal 10' Report Goal 47' Asano
Penalties
2–3
Attendance: 500
Referee: Czech Republic Radek Kopal
Game 4
Ukraine 2–8 Estonia
Levchenko Goal 37'47' Report Goal 6' (p)14'23' Kaup
Goal 10'57' Andreev
Goal 33'41' Ibatulov
Goal 46' Volin
Attendance: 300
Referee: Russia Rodion Yarovenko
Game 7
Ukraine 3–1 Mongolia
Levchenko Goal 10'
Markovichenko Goal 41'
Tsymbal Goal 56'
Report Goal 23' Tsogtoo
Attendance: 200
Referee: Sweden Adam Jokinen
Game 8
Japan 1–5 Estonia
Aihara Goal 17' Report Goal 16'33' (p) Ibatulov
Goal 23' Andreev
Goal 58' Kabatchikov
Goal 59' Kaup
Attendance: 200
Referee: Kazakhstan Andrey Piunov
Game 11
Ukraine 2–6 Japan
Levchenko Goal 35'
Tsymbal Goal 45'
Report Goal 39' (p)43' (p)45' Aihara
Goal 34' Asano
Goal 51' Yamanouchi
Goal 52' Ishioka
Attendance: 200
Referee: Kazakhstan Andrey Piunov
Game 12
Estonia 1–4 Mongolia
Pankov Goal 60' Report Goal 7'25' Tsogtoo
Goal 22'45' Jargalsaikhan
Attendance: 300
Referee: Czech Republic Radek Kopal

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1  Netherlands 3 3 0 0 23 1 +22 6
2  China (H) 3 2 0 1 8 9 −1 4
3  Slovakia 3 1 0 2 10 10 0 2
4  Somalia 3 0 0 3 0 21 −21 0
Source: [2]
(H) Host.
Game 5
China 1–7 Netherlands
Wu H. Goal 55' Report Goal 12'23' Den Brok
Goal 16'59' (p) S.Tveitan
Goal 32'45'57' Cras
Attendance: 650
Referee: Kazakhstan Andrey Piunov
Game 2
China 4–0 Somalia
Yu Goal 1'
Lu Goal 11'28'
Nan Goal 15'
Report
Attendance: 500
Referee: Czech Republic Radek Kopal
Game 1
Netherlands 7–0 Slovakia
De Bie Goal 9'
Cras Goal 23'43'53' (p)
Den Brok Goal 25'
Hengst Goal 46'
Speijers Goal 57'
Report
Attendance: 300
Referee: Russia Rodion Yarovenko
Game 9
Slovakia 2–3 China
Blišťan Goal 6'
Nezník Goal 31'
Report Goal 2' Wu H.
Goal 12' Yu
Goal 25' Nan
Attendance: 600
Referee: Russia Rodion Yarovenko
Game 10
Netherlands 9–0 Somalia
S.Tveitan Goal 18' (p)26'47'
Cras Goal 20' (p)41'42'
B. Tveitan Goal 24'
Hengst Goal 34'39'
Report
Attendance: 200
Referee: Sweden Adam Jokinen
Game 6
Slovakia 8–0 Somalia
Beneš Goal 7'28'
Blišťan Goal 12'45'50'
Krídl Goal 13'
Michalovič Goal 19'
Rusnák Goal 34'
Report
Attendance: 150
Referee: Sweden Adam Jokinen

Play-off[edit]

Bracket[edit]

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
31 January
 
 
 Mongolia2
 
2 February
 
 China3
 
 China1
 
31 January
 
 Japan2
 
 Japan4
 
3 February
 
 Slovakia1
 
 Japan2
 
31 January
 
 Netherlands3
 
 Ukraine1
 
2 February
 
 Netherlands4
 
 Netherlands8
 
31 January
 
 Estonia4 Third place
 
 Estonia20
 
3 February
 
 Somalia0
 
 China3
 
 
 Estonia11
 

Quarterfinals[edit]

Game 13
Ukraine 1–4 Netherlands
Markovichenko Goal 44' (p) Report Goal 35'45' Den Brok
Goal 51' (p) Cras
Goal 65' Speijers
Attendance: 150
Referee: Canada Brenden Burnell
Game 14
Mongolia 2–3 China
Davaadorzh Goal 21'
Ganbold Goal 80'
Report Goal 40' Yu
Goal 60'62' Nan
Attendance: 300
Referee: Kazakhstan Andrey Piunov
Game 15
Japan 4–1 Slovakia
Kobayashi Goal 27'
Yamanouchi Goal 52'
Aihara Goal 60'72' (p)
Report Goal 57' Blišťan
Attendance: 300
Referee: Sweden Adam Jokinen
Game 16
Estonia 20–0 Somalia
Jürisson Goal 12'72'
Kaup Goal 16'22'34'61'86'
Ibatulov Goal 18' (p)20'39'41'65'68'70'85'89'
Andreev Goal 23'
Baranin Goal 27'
Kaidash Goal 77'
Kabatchikov Goal 79'
Report
Attendance: 250
Referee: Russia Rodion Yarovenko

7th place game[edit]

Game 17
Somalia 0–2 Slovakia
Report Goal 23' Blišťan
Goal 44' Štofik
Attendance: 150
Referee: Kazakhstan Andrey Piunov

5th place game[edit]

Game 18
Mongolia 3–2 (OT) Ukraine
Ganbold Goal 42'
Jargalsaikhan Goal 52'
Gerelt Goal 64'
Report Goal 1' Shvedchenko
Goal 38' Badamshyn
Attendance: 250
Referee: Russia Egor Lukyanchenko

Semifinals[edit]

Game 19
China 1–2 Japan
Wu H. Goal 27' Report Goal 56' Otani
Goal 85' Asano
Attendance: 850
Referee: Russia Rodion Yarovenko
Game 20
Netherlands 8–4 Estonia
Cras Goal 38'47'60'68'78'
Speijers Goal 64'70'
Geenen Goal 82'
Report Goal 16' Ibatulov
Goal 24'37' Kaup
Goal 29' (p) Andreev
Attendance: 150
Referee: Czech Republic Radek Kopal

Third place game[edit]

Game 21
China 3–11 Estonia
Lu Goal 10'80'
Zhang Z. Goal 74'
Report Goal 7'19'51'82' Kaup
Goal 22' (p)23'60'84' Ibatulov
Goal 59' Andreev
Goal 65' Pankov
Goal 68' Baranin
Attendance: 300
Referee: Russia Rodion Yarovenko

Final[edit]

Game 22
Japan 2–3 Netherlands
Nakai Goal 46'62' Report Goal 23'48' Cras
Goal 44' Speijers
Attendance: 600
Referee: Sweden Adam Jokinen

Final ranking[edit]

1  Netherlands Increase
2  Japan
3  Estonia
4  China
5  Mongolia
6  Ukraine
7  Slovakia
8  Somalia

External links[edit]

References[edit]