The Winter Universiade is the largest winter multisport event after the Winter Olympics. The 30th edition will take place from 11 to 21 December 2021 in Central Switzerland and Lenzerheide. The organisation is a joint project between the six cantons of Central Switzerland.

The 30th Winter Universiade will take place from 11 to 21 December 2021 in Central Switzerland and Lenzerheide. The Universiade is the largest multi-sport winter event in the world after the Winter Olympics. Universiades combine high-level competitive sport with educational aspects and cultural events. University and polytechnic students between the ages of 17 and 25 are eligible to enter.

Central Switzerland is looking forward to welcome many people from around the world. Besides the athletes and the team officials, there will be guests and media representatives as well as international technical delegates and officials.



FISU Family


Media Professionals

Team Officials

10 sports, 7 venues

The Winter Universiade programme consists of ten different sport disciplines: The ice sports Curling, Ice Hockey, Figure Skating and Short Track Speed Skating as well as the snow sports Alpine Skiing, Snowboard, Biathlon, Ski Orienteering, Cross-Country Skiing and Freestyle & Freeski. The various sports events will be conduct at seven different venues.

Volunteers wanted

More than 3800 helpers will be in action in Central Switzerland.

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