Östersund will play host to the 2020 World Para Ice Hockey European Championships, it has been announced.
The tournament, due to take place from April 19 to 25, will feature eight teams.
Defending champions Russia will be joined in competing by the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Norway, Poland, Slovakia and host nation Sweden.
The last World Para Ice Hockey European Championships also took place in Östersund in 2016, when Russia claimed their first European title.
Italy and Norway were the silver and bronze medallists respectively, and Sweden finished in sixth place.
A year prior to the event, Östersund staged the World Championships B-Pool.
"We are thrilled to be returning to Östersund, which has turned into a great showcase city for Para-ice hockey, having hosted a successful European Championships in 2016 and World Championships B-Pool in 2015," Michelle Laflamme, World Para Ice Hockey's sport manager, said.
"This event will serve as a great opportunity for the region’s top teams in the sport to face off all on the same ice."
With a population of around 60,000, Östersund is known to be a winter sports hub.
The city is scheduled to host the 2020 Para Biathlon World Championships from March 12 to 15.
It will also hold the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup Finals from March 17 to 22.
"We are extremely proud to welcome Europe’s finest to Östersund," Fredrik Andersson, head of the Local Organising Committee and sports manager for the Swedish Paralympic Committee, said.
"As a part of the Östersund Declaration, we aim to provide a chance for the world’s best to perform with excellence during each event our town is hosting.
"The World Para Ice Hockey European Championships are no exception."