Challenger Series Competition (SYS) Marie Lundmark Trophy will be held at Helsinki Ice Hall on February 10th-11th, 2024. The address for the venue and practice rink is Nordenskiöldinkatu 11-13, 00250 Helsinki.


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What is this competition?

CS Marie Lundmark Trophy is the last of five of the 2023-2024 Challenger Series for Synchronized Skating. The Challenger Series Synchronized Skating will consist of up to five (5) International Competitions linked together and giving adequate opportunities for many Teams to compete at the international level and earn World Standing Points and to get prepared for competing at the ISU Championships; as well to increase the opportunity for Officials to officiate at an international level.


Where do I purchase tickets?

Admission tickets will go on sale in December 7, 2023. Tickets are sold by .
Group tickets either by e-mail or by calling 0600 413 141.
Group sales service hours Mon-Fri from 9 am to 4 pm (exceptions possible, for example on holidays).
Price €2/start. min + mpm/date. A call fee is charged for queuing according to the subscription.

Do children require a ticket?

Children under 4 years old do not need tickets if they do not require a seat. If they need their own seat, tickets must be purchased.

What is included in the All Event ticket package?

The All Event ticket provides access to the entire event. The ticket includes entry to both competition events (Satudady-Sunday, February 10.-11.) and official practices (Friday, February 9) at the main arena. The All Event ticket is the most economical and practical option if the intention is to participate in multiple parts of the event.

Do I receive the same seats for each event?

Only the A-side stands are open for practices, and in this case, the seating may not necessarily correspond to the ticket allocations.

When will I know where my seats are located?

You will be advised of your seat location when you purchase your ticket.

How can I see the practices?

You can watch all practices with the All Event ticket. If you have either Saturday or Sunday day ticket, you can attend the practices of that day.

What procedure is used to allocate tickets?

Ticket allocation is based on best available seating at the time of purchase. You have also possibility to choose your own seating from the seating map.

Why are my seats flagged as being partially obstructed?

Due to the construction of the two-tiered judges’ stand, commentator platforms, kiss and cry and the installation of television cameras, some seats may become partially obstructed in these areas. Finnish Figure Skating Association attempts to predict which seats may or may not be obstructed before tickets go on sale however it is uncertain which seats will be obstructed until on-site construction is complete at the event.

Where is the Kiss and Cry located?

The Kiss and Cry area will be located in front of section D1 and D2.

Where is the judges’ stand located?

The judges’ stand will be constructed in front sections A4 (main entrance side) on the rink level.

When will I receive my tickets in the mail?

All tickets will be delivered immediately after you have bought them. Read more about delivery methods and prices

Are tickets transferable or refundable?

Tickets are NOT refundable. There will be no exceptions to this policy.  Please note, that the schedule and the teamscompeting are always subject to change.

What do I do if my tickets are lost or stolen?

If you have misplaced or have had your tickets stolen, contact .


Gifts and flowers to skaters

There are separate boxes for teams’ flowers and gifts, through which the gifts are delivered to the teams after the competition.

Safety and items allowed at the Arena

It is forbidden to bring own drinks or meals to the arena. The restaurant services of the arena are available during events, and sweet and savoury snacks are available every day. A refillable water bottle is allowed.
When required, the ticket holder has to prove their identity.
Spectators not obeying by the regulations can be removed from the ice hall by event staff.

Firearms, multifunctional tools, drugs, explosives, fireworks, pets etc. are forbidden in the Helsinki ice hall.

Baby carriages, strollers and cloakroom

There is no separate storage space in the arena for strollers or outdoor clothing/luggage.


There are exhibitor stands on the first floor of the Helsinki ice hall that are open to the public during the competition. If you are interested in registering as an exhibitor, please contact

Advertaising and Promotion

Any kind of advertising and promotion by a non-event organizer or their official partners is forbidden. Promotional materials that show competing brands, businesses or events are not allowed at the Helsinki ice hall. If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please contact

Taking photos and video recording

You can take photos from your own seat without disturbing other spectators. The camera devices should also not produce any sound while taking pictures.

If you come to watch the competitions in person, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the audience video recording rules. Video recording by the audience during the competition is restricted: an external party or private individual is not allowed to broadcast the entire competition or complete performances in real-time on a public channel.


If you have any questions that are not answered here, please send e-mail to