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Ice Hockey World Championships 1975 in Munich and Düsseldorf

The 1975 World Ice Hockey Championships were the 42nd Ice Hockey World Championships and the 53rd European Championships of ice hockey. The tournament took place in West Germany from 3 April to 19 April and the games were played in Munich and Düsseldorf. Six teams took part in the main tournament, each playing each other twice. The Soviet Union won all of their games, and became World Champions for the fourteenth time, and won their 17th European title.

World Championship Group A (West Germany)[]

Team Games Won Drawn Lost Points difference Points
1 Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union 10 10 0 0 90 - 23 20
2 Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia 10 8 0 2 55 - 19 16
3 Flag of Sweden.png Sweden 10 5 0 5 51 - 34 10
4 Flag of Finland.png Finland 10 5 0 5 36 - 34 10
5 Flag of Poland.png Poland 10 2 0 8 18 - 78 4
6 Flag of the United States.png United States of America 10 0 0 10 22 - 84 0

With Group A expanding to eight teams in 1976 no nation was relegated.

03 April Czechoslovakia Flag of Czechoslovakia.png 5-0
Flag of Poland.png Poland
03 April Soviet Union Flag of the Soviet Union.png 10-5
Flag of the United States.png United States of America
04 April Poland Flag of Poland.png 0-10
Flag of Sweden.png Sweden
04 April United States of America Flag of the United States.png 4-7
Flag of Finland.png Finland
05 April Sweden Flag of Sweden.png 2-5
Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia
05 April Finland Flag of Finland.png 4-8
Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union
06 April Czechoslovakia Flag of Czechoslovakia.png 8-3
Flag of the United States.png United States of America
06 April Soviet Union Flag of the Soviet Union.png 13-2
Flag of Poland.png Poland
07 April United States of America Flag of the United States.png 0-7
Flag of Sweden.png Sweden
07 April Poland Flag of Poland.png 2-5
Flag of Finland.png Finland
08 April Czechoslovakia Flag of Czechoslovakia.png 2-5
Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union
08 April Finland Flag of Finland.png 0-1
Flag of Sweden.png Sweden
09 April Poland Flag of Poland.png 5-3
Flag of the United States.png United States of America
10 April Finland Flag of Finland.png 2-6
Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia
10 April Sweden Flag of Sweden.png 1-4
Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union
12 April Poland Flag of Poland.png 2-8
Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia
12 April United States of America Flag of the United States.png 1-13
Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union
13 April Sweden Flag of Sweden.png 13-0
Flag of Poland.png Poland
13 April Finland Flag of Finland.png 9-1
Flag of the United States.png United States of America
14 April Czechoslovakia Flag of Czechoslovakia.png 7-0
Flag of Sweden.png Sweden
14 April Soviet Union Flag of the Soviet Union.png 5-2
Flag of Finland.png Finland
15 April United States of America Flag of the United States.png 0-8
Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia
15 April Poland Flag of Poland.png 1-15
Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union
16 April Sweden Flag of Sweden.png 12-3
Flag of the United States.png United States of America
16 April Finland Flag of Finland.png 4-1
Flag of Poland.png Poland
17 April Soviet Union Flag of the Soviet Union.png 4-1
Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia
17 April Sweden Flag of Sweden.png 1-2
Flag of Finland.png Finland
18 April United States of America Flag of the United States.png 2-5
Flag of Poland.png Poland
19 April Czechoslovakia Flag of Czechoslovakia.png 5-1
Flag of Finland.png Finland
19 April Soviet Union Flag of the Soviet Union.png 13-4
Flag of Sweden.png Sweden

World Championship Group B (Japan)[]

Played in Sapporo March 14-23.

Team Games Won Drawn Lost Points difference Points
7 Flag of East Germany.png East Germany 7 6 0 1 41 - 18 12
8 Flag of Germany.png Federal Republic of Germany 7 6 0 1 34 - 17 12
9 Flag of Switzerland.png Switzerland 7 4 0 3 31 - 33 8
10 Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png Yugoslavia 7 3 1 3 30 - 23 7
11 Flag of Romania (1965-1989).png Romania 7 2 2 3 26 - 26 6
12 Flag of Japan.gif Japan 7 2 2 3 21 - 24 6
13 Flag of Italy.png Italy 7 2 0 5 22 - 40 4
14 Flag of the Netherlands.png Netherlands 7 0 1 6 11 - 35 1

With Group A expanding to eight teams in 1976, both East and West Germany were promoted, and no nation was relegated. Canada had been offered a spot in Group A first, but they declined until 1977.[1]

14 March Federal Republic of Germany Flag of Germany.png 9-2
Flag of the Netherlands.png Netherlands
14 March Yugoslavia Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png 5-0
Flag of Switzerland.png Switzerland
14 March East Germany Flag of East Germany.png 7-3
Flag of Romania (1965-1989).png Romania
14 March Japan Flag of Japan.gif 7-1
Flag of Italy.png Italy
15 March Romania Flag of Romania (1965-1989).png 4-4
Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png Yugoslavia
15 March Federal Republic of Germany Flag of Germany.png 6-3
Flag of Japan.gif Japan
16 March Italy Flag of Italy.png 3-0
Flag of the Netherlands.png Netherlands
16 March East Germany Flag of East Germany.png 5-8
Flag of Switzerland.png Switzerland
17 March Yugoslavia Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png 2-4
Flag of Italy.png Italy
17 March Federal Republic of Germany Flag of Germany.png 0-5
Flag of East Germany.png East Germany
17 March Romania Flag of Romania (1965-1989).png 6-1
Flag of the Netherlands.png Netherlands
17 March Japan Flag of Japan.gif 3-2
Flag of Switzerland.png Switzerland
18 March Federal Republic of Germany Flag of Germany.png 2-1
Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png Yugoslavia
18 March Japan Flag of Japan.gif 2-2
Flag of Romania (1965-1989).png Romania
19 March Netherlands Flag of the Netherlands.png 3-4
Flag of Switzerland.png Switzerland
19 March East Germany Flag of East Germany.png 9-2
Flag of Italy.png Italy
20 March Romania Flag of Romania (1965-1989).png 3-4
Flag of Switzerland.png Switzerland
20 March Federal Republic of Germany Flag of Germany.png 5-2
Flag of Italy.png Italy
20 March Yugoslavia Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png 7-3
Flag of the Netherlands.png Netherlands
20 March East Germany Flag of East Germany.png 3-1
Flag of Japan.gif Japan
21 March Yugoslavia Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png 8-4
Flag of Japan.gif Japan
21 March Federal Republic of Germany Flag of Germany.png 4-1
Flag of Romania (1965-1989).png Romania
22 March Switzerland Flag of Switzerland.png 10-6
Flag of Italy.png Italy
22 March East Germany Flag of East Germany.png 6-1
Flag of the Netherlands.png Netherlands
23 March Romania Flag of Romania (1965-1989).png 7-4
Flag of Italy.png Italy
23 March Japan Flag of Japan.gif 1-1
Flag of the Netherlands.png Netherlands
23 March Federal Republic of Germany Flag of Germany.png 8-3
Flag of Switzerland.png Switzerland
23 March East Germany Flag of East Germany.png 6-3
Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png Yugoslavia

World Championship Group C (Bulgaria)[]

Played in Sofia March 1-10. China was supposed to participate but forfeited.[2]

Team Games Won Drawn Lost Points difference Points
15 Flag of Norway.png Norway 6 5 1 0 43 - 03 11
16 Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).png Bulgaria 6 4 1 1 40 - 17 9
17 Flag of Austria.png Austria 6 3 1 2 32 - 16 7
18 Flag of Hungary (1957-1989).png Hungary 6 3 1 2 44 - 21 7
19 Flag of France.png France 6 2 2 2 32 - 22 6
20 Flag of Denmark.png Denmark 6 1 0 5 26 - 32 2
21 Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium 6 0 0 6 05 - 111 0

Norway and Bulgaria were promoted to Group B.

01 March Norway Flag of Norway.png 2-0
Flag of Austria.png Austria
01 March France Flag of France.png 4-0
Flag of Denmark.png Denmark
01 March Hungary Flag of Hungary (1957-1989).png 14-0
Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium
02 March France Flag of France.png 15-0
Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium
02 March Norway Flag of Norway.png 5-5
Flag of Denmark.png Denmark
02 March Bulgaria Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).png 4-1
Flag of Austria.png Austria
04 March Austria Flag of Austria.png 4-4
Flag of France.png France
04 March Norway Flag of Norway.png 5-0
Flag of Hungary (1957-1989).png Hungary
04 March Bulgaria Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).png 20-3
Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium
05 March Norway Flag of Norway.png 24-0
Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium
05 March Austria Flag of Austria.png 4-2
Flag of Denmark.png Denmark
05 March Bulgaria Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).png 4-6
Flag of Hungary (1957-1989).png Hungary
07 March Austria Flag of Austria.png 4-2
Flag of Hungary (1957-1989).png Hungary
07 March Norway Flag of Norway.png 6-1
Flag of France.png France
07 March Bulgaria Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).png 3-2
Flag of Denmark.png Denmark
08 March Hungary Flag of Hungary (1957-1989).png 17-3
Flag of Denmark.png Denmark
08 March Austria Flag of Austria.png 19-2
Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium
08 March Bulgaria Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).png 7-3
Flag of France.png France
10 March Hungary Flag of Hungary (1957-1989).png 5-5
Flag of France.png France
10 March Denmark Flag of Denmark.png 19-0
Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium
10 March Bulgaria Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).png 2-2
Flag of Norway.png Norway

World Championship medals[]

1975 World Championships Country
Gold Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union
Silver Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia
Bronze Flag of Sweden.png Sweden
4 Flag of Finland.png Finland
5 Flag of Poland.png Poland
6 Flag of the United States.png United States of America

European Championship medal table[]

1975 European Championships Country
Gold Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union
Silver Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia
Bronze Flag of Sweden.png Sweden
4 Flag of Finland.png Finland
5 Flag of Poland.png Poland

References[]

  • Complete results
  • Duplacey, James (1998). Total Hockey: The official encyclopedia of the National Hockey League. Total Sports, 498–528. ISBN 0-8362-7114-9. 
  • Podnieks, Andrew (2010). IIHF Media Guide & Record Book 2011. Moydart Press, 144. 
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