The Bell Capital Cup is the world's premier Atom and Peewee hockey tournament, which will be held from Wednesday, December 30, 2009 to Sunday, January 3, 2010. Celebrate the New Year in Ottawa with a Bell Capital Cup Championship!
The Bell Capital Cup skated its way into the Guinness Book of World Records in 2007 as the world's largest ice hockey tournament with the participation of 510 teams.
The Bell Capital Cup is more than just a hockey tournament. It is a festival celebrating the game of hockey across the nation's capital. With over 1,000 hockey games, including Scotiabank / Canadian Tire All-Star games and Algonquin College Skills Competitions for each division, Esso pre-tournament friendly games, and the opportunity to attend an Ottawa Senators practice and game, the Bell Capital Cup is truly an experience of a lifetime. Immerse yourself in Hockey Country!
The 2010 Bell Capital Cup will see 500 teams from around the world arrive in Hockey Country. The 2009 tournament played host to 485 teams including top teams from Finland, Germany, and China.
Crowning 19 different champions with the Allen J. Macdonald memorial trophy, which stands over four feet tall, the Bell Capital Cup awards 5 unofficial 'World Champions', representing the elite of each division.