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Alpine Skiing World Cup 2019/2020: All Dates and Venues

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last update on Jan 21, 2020

Alpine Skiing World Cup is back! About 90 races on three different continents will decide who will be celebrating holding one of the crystal globes in the end. We’ve taken a closer look at this year’s Alpine Skiing World Cup 2019/2020 events and provided the men’s and women's calendar with all dates and venues. Download and print the PDF, so you'll never miss a race!  

>> Teams and Athletes for 2019/2020

This season's venues

Night race in Schladming.
© OK Weltcup Alpin Schladming - Raffalt/Huber Night race in Schladming.

With the FIS calendar officially released, athletes and fans look forward to an entertaining season. As has been the case in the last several years, the first venue for the first event in October will be the Soelden Glacier. Following a short stop in Levi in November, the athletes will be heading to North America to compete against each other in Lake Louise, Beaver Creek and Killington.

Men to compete in Asia ahead of 2022 Olympics

They will return to Europe afterwards to continue the season in famous races such as the downhill races in Kitzbühel, Gröden, Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Wengen as well as the technical disciplines in Val d'Isère, Madonna, Schladming and Alta Badia. New events such as slalom and parallel giant slalom in Charmonix or Super-G and combined competitions in Hinterstoder will be introduced. Looking ahead to the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, the male athletes will briefly be touring around Asia, with stops planned in Yanqing (CHN) and Yuzawa Naeba (JPN).

Zauchensee will be back among the venues in the 2020 season.
© Liftgesellschaft Zauchensee Zauchensee will be back among the venues in the 2020 season.

Several changes in Women's venues

While the Men's races mostly take place in the same locations every year, more variety can be found in the Women's races. Many locations only host a World Cup event every two years, with places such as Zauchensee, Lienz, Bansko, Sestriere as well as La Thuile and Ofterschwang being part of the venues again this season. Some of the hosts, such as Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Flachau, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Val d'Isère and Crans Montana are visited every year however. The city events has not been included in this season's calendar.

Season final to take place in Cortina d'Ampezzo

The much-anticipated final for both the Men's and Women's competitions as well as the awarding of the crystal globes will be held in Cortina d'Ampezzo. The event also poses an opportunity to observe the athletes' form ahead of the World Championships in Cortina in February 2021.

Alpine Skiing World Cup 2019/2020 - Calendar Men

DateVenueDisciplineTime (CET)
October 27, 2019Sölden (AUT)Giant Slalom10:00
November 24, 2019Levi (FIN)Slalom10:15
November 30, 2019Lake Louise (CAN)Downhill20:15
December 01, 2019Lake Louise (CAN)Super G20:15
December 6, 2019Beaver Creek (USA)Super G18:45
December 7, 2019Beaver Creek (USA)Downhill19:00
December 8, 2019Beaver Creek (USA)Giant Slalom17:45
December 14, 2019
Val d'Isère (FRA)Slalomcancelled
December 15, 2019Val d'Isère (FRA)Slalom09:30
December 20, 2019Val Gardena/Groeden (ITA)Super G11:45
December 21, 2019Val Gardena/Groeden (ITA)Downhillcancelled
December 22, 2019Alta Badia (ITA)Giant Slalom10:00
December 23, 2019Alta Badia (ITA)Parallel Giant Slalom15:00
December 27, 2019Bormio (ITA)
(Replaces Val Gardena)
December 28, 2019Bormio (ITA)Downhill11:30
December 29, 2019Bormio (ITA)Alpine Combined11:00
January 5, 2020Zagreb (CRO)Slalom14:15
January 8, 2020Madonna di Campiglio (ITA)Slalom17:45
January 11, 2020Adelboden (SUI)Giant Slalom10:30
January 12, 2020Adelboden (SUI)Slalom10:30
January 17, 2020Wengen (SUI)Alpine Combined10:30
January 18, 2020Wengen (SUI)Downhill12:30
January 19, 2020Wengen (SUI)Slalom10:15
January 24, 2020Kitzbühel (AUT)Super G11:30
January 25, 2020Kitzbühel (AUT)Downhill11:30
January 26, 2020Kitzbühel (AUT)Slalom10:30
January 28, 2020Schladming (AUT)Slalom17:45
February 1, 2020Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER)Downhill11:30
February 2, 2020Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER)Giant Slalom10:30
February 8, 2020Chamonix (FRA)Slalom10:00
February 9, 2020Chamonix (FRA)Parallel Giant Slalom


February 15, 2020Yanqing (CHN)Downhill04:00
February 16, 2020Yanqing (CHN)Super G04:00
February 22, 2020Yuzawa Naeba (JPN)Giant Slalom02:00
February 23, 2020Yuzawa Naeba (JPN)Slalom02:00
February 29, 2020Hinterstoder (AUT)Super G12:30
March 1, 2020Hinterstoder (AUT)Alpine Combined09:45
March 7, 2020Kvitfjell (NOR)Downhill11:00
March 8, 2020Kvitfjell (NOR)Super G10:30
March 14, 2020Kranjska Gora (SLO)Giant Slalom09:30
March 15, 2020Kranjska Gora (SLO)Slalom09:30
March 18, 2020Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA)Downhill09:30

March 19, 2020

Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA)Super G11:00
March 20, 2020Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA)Team Event11:45
March 21, 2020Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA)Giant Slalom09:00
March 22, 2020Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA)Slalom10:00

(Time = Central European Time (CET); All dates are subject to change.)

Alpine Skiing World Cup 2019/2020 - Calendar Women

DateVenueDisciplineTime (CET)
October 26, 2019Sölden (AUT)Giant Slalom10:00
November 23, 2019Levi (FIN)Slalom10:15
November 30, 2019Killington (USA)Giant Slalom15:45
December 1, 2019Killington (USA)Slalom15:45
December 6, 2019Lake Louise (CAN)Downhill21:30
December 7, 2019Lake Louise (CAN)Downhill21:00
December 8, 2019Lake Louise (CAN)Super G19:30
December 14, 2019St. Moritz (SUI)Super G10:30
December 15, 2019St. Moritz (SUI)Parallel Slalom09:45
December 17, 2019Courchevel (FRA)Giant Slalom10:30
December 21, 2019Val d'Isère (FRA)Downhillcancelled
December 22, 2019Val d'Isère (FRA)Downhillcancelled
December 28, 2019Lienz (AUT)Giant Slalom10:15
December 29, 2019Lienz (AUT)Slalom10:00
January 4, 2020Zagreb (CRO)Slalom13:00
January 11, 2020Zauchensee (AUT)Downhill11:45
January 12, 2020Zauchensee (AUT)Alpine Combined09:15
January 14, 2020Flachau (AUT)Slalom18:00
January 18, 2020Sestriere (ITA)Giant Slalom11:00
January 19, 2020Sestriere (ITA)Parallel Slalom09:15
January 24, 2020Bansko (BUL)
(Replaces Val d'Isère)
January 25, 2020Bansko (BUL)Downhill10:15
January 26, 2020Bansko (BUL)Super G09:15
February 1, 2020Rosa Khutor (RUS)Downhill09:30
February 2, 2020Rosa Khutor (RUS)Super G09:00
February 8, 2020Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER)Downhill11:30
February 9, 2020Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER)Super G11:15
February 15, 2020Maribor (SLO)Giant Slalom10:00
February 16, 2020Maribor (SLO)Slalom10:15
February 22, 2020Crans-Montana (SUI)Downhill10:30
February 23, 2020Crans-Montana (SUI)Alpine Combined10:30
February 29, 2020La Thuile (ITA)Super G10:30
March 1, 2020La Thuile (ITA)Alpine Combined11:15
March 7, 2020Ofterschwang (GER)Giant Slalom09:30
March 8, 2020Ofterschwang (GER)Slalom09:30
March 10, 2020Åre (SWE)Parallel Slalom14:00
March 13, 2020Åre (SWE)Giant Slalom14:00
March 14, 2020Åre (SWE)Slalom10:30
March 18, 2020Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA)Downhill11:00
March 19, 2020Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA)Super G10:00
March 20, 2020Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA)Team Event11:45
March 21, 2020Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA)Slalom10:00
March 22, 2020Cortina d'Ampezzo (ITA)Giant Slalom09:00

(Time = Central European Time (CET); All dates are subject to change.)

Free Printable PDF Calendar

Feel free to download and print the calendar of the Alpine Skiing World Cup 2019/2020 comprising all dates and disciplines of both women and men.

>> Click here to download the PDF

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Dan morgan2 weeks ago
Easy to read and access perfect set up thank the ones responsible.
Sammy Ski3 months ago
very helpful schedule to download
A Man3 months ago
Why is it "Men" and "Ladies". Men and Women please, or Gentlemen and Ladies...
(and don't blame FIS).
KT3 months ago

Yes, I agree from a view point of equality.

Radaw2 months ago

Is this about about political correctness or a very useful timetable, thank to the publishers.

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TD3 months ago
What network will the ladies races be on in the US?
Ed Whittemore3 months ago

Doesn't look like NBC is televising it this year ... sad! You can see it by subscribing to a SnowPass on for about $70.

Pat1 month ago

Im a big fan of skiiing but don't ski. I have been watching the competitions on the Olympic channel, FIOS in MD #91.

Rosemarie Ellis3 months ago
I am over 70, have never been on skis, but it is the only sport I enjoy watching on television. Last year I missed most of it, so I am very pleased to have your calendar. Thank you!
Chiho Hirasawa4 months ago
I would like to purchase ticket for Madonna di Campiglio, But I don’t have some informations, Such as when and where it will be start selling for tickets. Do you have those informations?
Andrea Poschinger 4 months ago

Hi Chiho Hirasawa. At the moment there is no date for the start of ticket sales in Madonna di Campiglio. In the next weeks the homepage of the organizer will be updated. There you will find all information. Just check there from time to time:
Best regards, Andrea from Snow-Online

Larry Kightley4 months ago
Will it be very difficult at this stage being 2nd Oct to get tickets to the finals in Cortina d'Ampezzo and will accomodation be really tough to find...Will be my first time to see this type of ev...
Andrea Poschinger 4 months ago

Hi Larry. Ticket sales for the World Cup Finals will start on December 1, 2019. So you still have enough time. You can find lots of information about the World Cup Final here:
Best regards, Andrea from Snow-Online

Svetlozar Dimitrov5 months ago
Hey! I will be in Courchevel on December 17, 2019, and I want to watch the Giant Slalom for women. Are there any tickets and seats where I can watch?
Thank you in advance!
Andrea Poschinger 5 months ago

Hi Svetlozar Dimitrov! Access to the finish area in Courchevel is free. More information about the program and VIP tickets with food & drinks can be found here in a few weeks:
Best regards, Andrea from Snow-Online

Jonny Goldsbroughon 7. jan. 2019
Incredibly helpful, thank you!
Antony Suttonon 29. des. 2018
Hi , little help I am 50 next year and want to book my ski holiday for 2020 and watch some World Cup Races. Could you tell me when the dates are released for calendar so I can check and book early ...

Hi Antony. Yes, the races are usually on similar dates. But there are always a few exceptions. If you want to be on the safe side, wait until the end of May 2019. Then the new dates are set and published on our page. Best regards, Andrea from Snow-Online.

Australian Coverageon 27. okt. 2018
Hi Do you know if anyone is broadcasting these events on Australian TV or can I view (delayed time) on a streaming service?

Maybe Eurosport is an option. More details:

Manfred Walch3 months ago

Normally Eurosport, but only if they feel like it and no other "more important event" is on!

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Fred Gon 17. okt. 2018
So who is broadcasting the races on US tv?



I don't see anything on the NBC website.

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Swiss skier in USAon 28. nov. 2017
Vielen Dank - finally a legible schedule !
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