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WCF WORLD,
EUROPEAN & PAN CONTINENTAL
CURLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

WORLD CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

  • 9 days each; Women’s event in March and Men’s in April

  • World’s top 13 national curling teams qualify from the WCF’s Pan Continental, European and America zonal championships

  • Round robin format to determine qualification for the finals

  • Teams gain qualification points for the Olympic Winter Games in the two championship years running up to the next Games; all teams competing at a World Championship are eligible for the WCF’s Olympic Qualification Event

EUROPEAN CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

  • 1 week in November featuring Men’s and Women’s competitions

  • In the A Division, Europe’s top 10 Men’s and Women’s teams compete to qualify for the following World Championships. The two lowest ranked teams face relegation to the B Division

PAN CONTINENTAL CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

  • 1 week in late October/early November featuring Men’s and Women’s competitions

  

  • These championships merge two World Curling zones (Pacific-Asia and Americas) into one tiered route to the World Championship

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SCHEDULING

  • Each day of competition has 3 SESSIONS (morning, afternoon and evening) during the round robin stage

  • 6-9 HOURS of live coverage per day depending on the number of games produced

  • WCTV will continue LIVE COVERAGE until there are no remaining games in the session

Oct 31 - Nov 6, 2022

Calgary (CAN)

PAN CONTINENTAL CURLING CHAMPS. 2022
 

Nov 19 - 26, 2022

Östersund (SWE)

LE GRUYÈRE AOP EUROPEAN CURLING CHAMPS. 2022

Mar 18 - 26, 2023 

Sandviken (SWE)

LGT WORLD WOMEN’S CURLING CHAMPS. 2023
 

Apr 1 - 9, 2023

Ottawa (CAN)

WORLD MEN’S CURLING CHAMPS. 2022
 

BROADCAST OBLIGATIONS

All games of the teams from the territory participating in the competitions, if produced, final stages and all medal games of each competition.

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WCF WORLD, EUROPEAN
& PAN CONTINENTAL
CURLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

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