USA Hockey Announces National Championship Sites Nationwide
27 Feb, 2020
USA Hockey announced the 2021 USA Hockey National Championships host sites. Ten different cities in nine states will crown champions nationwide, ranging from San Jose, California, to West Chester, Pennsylvania.
Chipotle, for a fourth consecutive season, will serve as the title sponsor of High School, Girls and Youth Nationals. Toyota, for a fifth consecutive season, will serve as title sponsor of Sled Nationals as part of the 2021 Toyota - USA Hockey Disabled Hockey Festival. Labatt, for an 18th consecutive year, will serve as title sponsor of Adult Nationals.
USA Hockey has conducted the country’s ice hockey National Championship tournaments since 1938, with teams from all across the United States crowned champions across various classifications. As part of USA Hockey Nationals, more than 4,000 players compete for American hockey top honors in youth, girl’s, women’s, sled, high school and adult levels.
2021 DATES & LOCATIONS
High School | Omaha, Nebraska | March 18-22, 2021
Youth Tier I 14U, 15 Only | San Jose, California | March 24-29, 2021
Youth Tier I 16U, 18U | Amherst, New York | March 24-29, 2021
Youth Tier II 14U | McKinney, Texas | March 25-29, 2021
Youth Tier II 16U | Grand Rapids, Michigan | March 25-29, 2021
Youth Tier II 18U | Green Bay, Wisconsin | March 25-29, 2021
Girls Tier I 14U, 16U, 19U | West Chester, Pennsylvania | March 25-29, 2021
Girls Tier II 14U, 16U, 19U | Irvine, California | March 25-29, 2021
Senior Women's | West Chester, Pennsylvania | March 25-29, 2021
Sled | St. Louis, Missouri | April 8-11, 2021
Adult Men's | Wesley Chapel, Florida | April 15-18, 2021
Adult Women's | Wesley Chapel, Florida | April 22-25,2021
NOTES: A list of previous USA Hockey national championships dating back to 1938 can be found here … The 2020 Chipotle–USA Hockey High School National Championships begin in March taking center stage in Mansfield, Texas, from March 26-30, 2020. For more information about the 2020 USA Hockey National Championships, click here.