All-Event Tickets for the ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2025 Coming to the TD Garden go on sale November 15th

The event returns to Boston and the United States for the first time since 2016

The ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2025 returns to Boston March 23-30, 2025 at the TD Garden and fans will get the first opportunity to purchase tickets today.

All-Event tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, November 15, 2023 at 10:00 a.m. EST. All-Event tickets give fans access to all eight competitive events including the short and free programs of the four figure-skating disciplines- men’s, women’s, pairs and ice dance. Individual single-session tickets will go on sale in the fall of 2024

The results from the 2025 World Figure Skating Championships will determine the number of team members for participating countries at the 2026 Olympic Winter Games.  This makes the event of even greater interest to participating athletes and fans alike.

"We are absolutely thrilled to welcome the world's most exceptional figure skaters and figure-skating fans to the vibrant city of Boston," said Tracy Marek, CEO of U.S. Figure Skating. "U.S. Figure Skating takes immense pride in its track record of hosting top-tier international and domestic events, and we eagerly anticipate the opportunity to once more elevate the standard for the overall athlete and fan experience in conjunction with The Skating Club of Boston."

Team USA athletes likely to compete in the event include 2023 U.S. champion and World bronze medalist, Ilia Malinin; 2023 U.S. champion, Isabeau Levito; 2023 U.S. championships silver medalists, Emily Chan and Spencer Howe of Boston; and 2023 World champions and three-time Olympians, Madison Chock and Evan Bates. International competitors to watch include, two-time World champion Shoma Uno from Japan, 2023 Skate America champion Loena Hendrickx from Belgium, 2023 World Champion pair skaters Riku Miura and Ryuichi Kihara from Japan and two-time World bronze medalist ice dancers, Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier from Canada.

“We want to thank the International Skating Union and U.S. Figure Skating for choosing to bring this event back to Boston,” said Doug Zeghibe, CEO and Executive Director of The Skating Club of Boston, the local organizing committee for the event. “Boston’s skating fans are among the most well-informed and enthusiastic crowds in the world.  They know great skating.  With multiple sell-out crowds at the 2016 World Championships at TD Garden, we are excited to once again welcome the world back to Boston.”

"TD Garden has gone through a multiphase renovation since the last time we hosted the ISU World Championship event in 2016, it's practically a new building," said TD Garden president, Glen Thornborough. "Now more than ever, we've got a best-in-class arena fit for these world-class athletes, and we can't wait to welcome the international skating fans back to Boston to experience all the city has to offer."

To purchase All-Event tickets and for more information on the event, check out the official website at In addition to the skating competition, the event will also include the Exhibition of Champions on Sunday, March 30, 2025, where the newly crowned World Champions will perform in a theatrical show free from the scrutiny of the judges. Tickets for the Exhibition of Champions can be purchased with an All-Event ticket and will go on sale individually along with single-session tickets in the fall of 2024. To stay up-to-date with the event, follow the official social channels on Instagram and Facebook.


About U.S. Figure Skating

U.S. Figure Skating is the national governing body for the sport of figure skating in the United States as recognized by the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee and the International Skating Union. U.S. Figure Skating comprises more than 800 member clubs, collegiate clubs and high school teams, and more than 1,000 registered Learn to Skate USA programs representing over 242,000 members. U.S. Figure Skating is charged with the development of the sport on all levels within the United States, including athletes, officials, sanctioning of events and exhibitions, and establishing the rules and guidelines by which the sport is governed.

About TD Garden

TD Garden, owned and operated by Delaware North, first opened its doors to the public on September 30, 1995. In the 25+ years since, the venue has generated more than $365 million in direct economic impact to the Greater Boston region from its major national events alone, not including its high-profile Bruins and Celtics tenants. The arena has played host to countless marquee events, including the Democratic National Convention, NHL All-Star Game, NCAA Frozen Fours, NCAA Women’s Final Four, U.S. Gymnastics Olympic Trials, U.S. Figure Skating Championships, and ISU World Figure Skating Championships among others. More at

About The Skating Club of Boston

The Skating Club of Boston, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation, is the third-oldest skating club in the country and a founding member of U.S. Figure Skating.  The mission of The Skating Club of Boston is to be the leader in advancing participation, education, and excellence in all disciplines of skating for people of all ages, abilities, and means.  In addition to managing numerous training programs, the Club produces many local, national, and international competitions, including serving as the local organizing committee for the upcoming 2025 ISU World Figure Skating Championships.    The Club also manages the Boston Common Frog Pond in a year-round partnership with the Boston Parks Department.  Its Skating Academy, New England’s premiere skating school, offers skating instruction for children and adults of all ages, with nine campuses in the Boston and Metro Boston region.  More information about the Club and its programs can be found at