2011 Bandy World Championship
|Scoring leader(s)||Sergey Lomanov, Jr.|
11 countries participated in the 2011 championships: Finland, Kazakhstan, Norway, Russia, Sweden, the United States (group A) and Belarus, Canada, Hungary, Latvia, and the Netherlands (group B). Australia was supposed to participate but didn't come because of the floodings. At least five more countries wanted to come, but the tournament format at the time did not allow more than twelve teams. For the first time, Finland won the group stage. Russia became the world champion, with Finland second, and Sweden third.
|January 29||Finland – Kazakhstan||5–4|
|Russia – Sweden||3–2|
|Match for 3rd place|
|January 30||Kazakhstan – Sweden||3–14|
|January 30||Finland – Russia||1–6|
|Match for 4th place|
|January 29||Hungary – Netherlands||9–1|
|Match for 2nd place|
|January 29||Canada – Latvia||18–1|
Qualifiers to Group A 2012Edit
The team that finished last in Group A and the winner in Group B met in a qualifying match for the vacant seat in the 2012 Bandy World Championship Group A.
|January 29||United States – Belarus||5–2|
- Календарь / Результаты (in Russian). Спорт-Экспресс. Retrieved 5 February 2012.
- A poster showing the Australian flag
- "Литва и Беларусь могут принять участие в чемпионате мира" (in Russian). Bandynet. 9 August 2010. Retrieved 29 November 2017.