FIS Alpine World Cup Calendar 2021/2022

The preliminary draft of the FIS Alpine World Cup Calendar 2021/2022 is below. We expect a few changes in the coming months, with the final version published during summer 2021.

How are the World Cup points awarded, and how are the World Cup courses set? Check our guides: PointsCourses

DatePlace Discipline1st2nd3rd
23/10/2021Solden, AustriaLadiesGiant Slalom
24/10/2021Solden, AustriaMenGiant Slalom
13/11/2021TBDLadiesParallel
14/11/2021TBDMenParallel
20/11/2021Levi, FinlandLadiesSlalom
21/11/2021Levi, FinlandMenSlalom
27/11/2021USALadiesGiant Slalom
27/11/2021Lake Louise, CanadaMenDownhill
28/11/2021USALadiesSlalom
28/11/2021Lake Louise, CanadaMenSuper G
3/12/2021Lake Louise, CanadaLadiesDownhill
3/12/2021Beaver Creek, USAMenSuper G
4/12/2021Lake Louise, CanadaLadiesDownhill
4/12/2021Beaver Creek, USAMenDownhill
5/12/2021Lake Louise, CanadaLadiesSuper G
5/12/2021Beaver Creek, USAMenGiant Slalom
11/12/2021St.Moritz, SwitzerlandLadiesSuper G
11/12/2021Val d'Isere, FranceMenGiant Slalom
12/12/2021St.Moritz, SwitzerlandLadiesParallel
12/12/2021Val d'Isere, FranceMenSlalom
17/12/2021Val Gardena, ItalyMenSuper G
18/12/2021Val d'Isere, FranceLadiesDownhill
18/12/2021Val Gardena, ItalyMenDownhill
19/12/2021Val d'Isere, FranceLadiesAlpine Combined
19/12/2021Alta Badia, ItalyMenGiant Slalom
20/12/2021Courchevel, FranceLadiesGiant Slalom
20/12/2021Alta Badia, ItalyMenParallel
21/12/2021Courchevel, FranceLadiesParallel
22/12/2021Madonna di Campiglio, ItalyMenSlalom
28/12/2021AustriaLadiesGiant Slalom
28/12/2021Bormio, ItalyMenDownhill
29/12/2021AustriaLadiesSlalom
29/12/2021Bormio, ItalyMenAlpine Combined
1/1/2021Davos, SwitzerlandLadiesParallel
1/1/2021Davos, SwitzerlandMenParallel
4/1/2022Zagreb, CroatiaLadiesSlalom
6/1/2022Zagreb, CroatiaMenSlalom
8/1/2022Maribor, SloveniaLadiesGiant Slalom
8/1/2022Adelboden, SwitzerlandMenGiant Slalom
9/1/2022Maribor, SloveniaLadiesSlalom
9/1/2022Adelboden, SwitzerlandMenSlalom
14/1/2022Wengen, SwitzerlandMenAlpine Combined
15/1/2022Zauchensee, AustriaLadiesDownhill
15/1/2022Wengen, SwitzerlandMenDownhill
16/1/2022Zauchensee, AustriaLadiesAlpine Combined
16/1/2022Wengen, SwitzerlandMenSlalom
18/1/2022Flachau, AustriaLadiesSlalom
21/1/2022Kitzbuehel, AustriaMenSuper G
22/1/2022Cortina d'Ampezzo, ItalyLadiesDownhill
22/1/2022Kitzbuehel, AustriaMenDownhill
23/1/2022Cortina d'Ampezzo, ItalyLadiesSuper G
23/1/2022Kitzbuehel, AustriaMenSlalom
25/1/2022Kronplatz, ItalyLadiesGiant Slalom
25/1/2022Schladming, AustriaMenSlalom
29/1/2022Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GermanyLadiesDownhill
30/1/2022Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GermanyLadiesSuper G
6/2/2022Beijing, China – Olympic Winter Games
7/2/2022Beijing, China – Olympic Winter Games
8/2/2022Beijing, China – Olympic Winter Games
9/2/2022Beijing, China – Olympic Winter Games
10/2/2022Beijing, China – Olympic Winter Games
11/2/2022Beijing, China – Olympic Winter Games
13/2/2022Beijing, China – Olympic Winter Games
15/2/2022Beijing, China – Olympic Winter Games
16/2/2022Beijing, China – Olympic Winter Games
17/2/2022Beijing, China – Olympic Winter Games
19/2/2022Beijing, China – Olympic Winter Games
26/2/2022Crans Montana, SwitzerlandLadiesDownhill
26/2/2022Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GermanyMenSlalom
27/2/2022Crans Montana, SwitzerlandLadiesAlpine Combined
27/2/2022Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GermanyMenParallel
5/3/2022Lenzerheide, SwitzerlandLadiesGiant Slalom
5/3/2022Kvitfjell, NorwayMenDownhill
6/3/2022Lenzerheide, SwitzerlandLadiesSlalom
6/3/2022Kvitfjell, NorwayMenSuper G
11/3/2022Are, SwedenLadiesGiant Slalom
12/3/2022Are, SwedenLadiesSlalom
12/3/2022Kranjska Gora, SloveniaMenGiant Slalom
13/3/2022Kranjska Gora, SloveniaMenSlalom
16/3/2022Courchevel, FranceLadiesDownhill
16/3/2022Courchevel, FranceMenDownhill
17/3/2022Courchevel, FranceLadiesSuper G
17/3/2022Courchevel, FranceMenSuper G
18/3/2022Courchevel, FranceLadiesParallel
18/3/2022Courchevel, FranceMenParallel
19/3/2022Courchevel, FranceLadiesSlalom
19/3/2022Courchevel, FranceMenGiant Slalom
20/3/2022Courchevel, FranceLadiesGiant Slalom
20/3/2022Courchevel, FranceMenSlalom
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