IIHF allocated 28 tournaments for 2014, from Iceland to Korea. First ever partecipation for Hong Kong, Mexico's women's and Poland's women's U18. Read more»
- League status: Active
- Youth league: yes, U20
- Administered by: IIHF
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|1.||Remy Sandoy||F||New Zealand||4||5||5||10||14||6|
|5.||Björn Robert Sigurdarson||F||Iceland||4||4||4||8||8||5|
|7.||Connor Harrison||F||New Zealand||3||4||4||8||35||3|
The lowest level of the World U20 Junior Championships.
The winner is promoted to Division II Group B.
No UAE in Sofia
The United Arab Emirates team wasn't able to bring enough U20 players to the World U20 Championship Div III in Sofia. Their games will be counted as 5-0 wins for the opponents.(14 Jan 2013)
Iceland wins U20 WJC Div. III in NZ
In Dunedin, New Zealand, the Icelandic U20 junior national team had no problems to win all its four games to get the promotion to Div. IIB. In the decisive game Iceland won 5-1 against China on Sunday when both teams had nine points each. Host New Zealand finished on the third position with six points in front of Bulgaria (3 pts) and Turkey (0 pts).(23 Jan 2012)
|22 Jan 2012||New Zealand - Turkey||12-1|
|22 Jan 2012||Iceland - China||5-1|
- Youngest player: Vasil Videnov (15 years)
- Oldest player: Ethan Henare (21 years)
- Shortest player: Alparslan Baskanoglu (165 cm)
- Tallest player: Ingolfur Eliasson (195 cm)
- Nationalities: Bulgaria (20), China (20), Iceland (20), New Zealand (20), Turkey (17)
- Highest win: China - Turkey
- Season average attendance: 204