Düsseldorfer EG

Ice hockey match in light of Invictus Games

Düsseldorfer EG will feature Invictus Games staff and Team Germany at the match against Adler Mannheim on March 5. In light of this, our team has a message to the Invictus Games 2025 team in Canada ;)

Dear Vancouver-Whistler Team,

Let us talk about Canadian kitchen sinks and wurst. The Canadians among you might remember May 24th 2021, when the force was with us? Team Canada threw everything but the kitchen sink at Germany in Riga. Welcome to the second round.

Düsseldorf, eh? They keep saying that Germans are the wurst at ice hockey, so it sure feels funny to beat our friends from Canada and the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025 to the ice. Keep your ‘ice’ on us, and watch us freeze hell! You might feel ice-o-lated over there not being able to attend the match on Sunday. It is absolutely fair and up to you to demand satisfaction to restore just-ice. We can sit down and have chat over penal-tea and wurst when you come over to Germany this September.

Düsseldorfer EG

On Sunday representatives from Team Germany and our IG23 team are already warming up for your Invictus Games 2025 in Canada, that will feature winter sports for the first time. So you better bring your ‘eh’ game, in two years time!

At the ice hockey game of the Düsseldorfer EG against Adler Mannheim our Team Germany for the Invictus Games will be presented to the crowds on the ice and the Invictus Games will be featured through the matchday.

If you are in the area, why don’t you head over to support our competitors at PSD Bank Dome in Düsseldorf? You might even catch our communications team for a serious chat about horrible ice hockey puns.

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The Invictus Games Vancouver Whistler 2025

The Invictus Games 2025 has been awarded to Vancouver and Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, in partnership with True Patriot Love Foundation. These Games will be the first to incorporate winter adaptive sports, in addition to some of the core sports from previous Invictus Games.

The Invictus Games 2025 will bring together over 500 competitors from 20 nations to compete in adaptive sports, including the new winter sports: Alpine Skiing, Nordic Skiing, Skeleton, and Wheelchair Curling, in addition to the core Invictus Games sports of indoor rowing, sitting volleyball, swimming, wheelchair rugby and wheelchair basketball. Vancouver and Whistler were selected as the host cities by the Invictus Games Foundation following a competitive bid process.