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Playdown Event Registration

Your team is only a few wins away from being champions of BC!

Registering for playdowns to qualify for a championship is easy. Select the playdown you wish to enter by clicking the event category heading below and you will be redirected to the category page with event registration links. In an effort to streamline the process you will only require each player’s name, coach information, team contact information and home club at this stage of registration. Each team member will then need to complete the competitor agreement (once per season).

Player Forms
Each player is required to complete a Competitor Agreement once per season. The parent or legal guardian of competitors under 19 will have to complete the form on behalf of the competitor.

Coach Form
All coaches must complete a Coach Agreement once per season

Payment
The office must have received payment on or BEFORE the deadline date. If your team withdraws from the competition before the registration deadline, a processing fee of 25% of your total payment may be deducted from your payment. If your team withdraws from the competition after the registration deadline, entry fees will not be refunded.

Your registration will not be considered complete without the payment and all the above information.

Even teams that qualify automatically through a tour, as a defending champion or through CTRS must complete the forms and pay a registration fee.

Curling Canada Competitors’ Fee
The Curling Canada Competitors’ Fee will be incorporated into the entry fee for all participants in playdowns leading to a national championship. The fee will only be applied once per category per player.

Fifth Player
If you are adding a fifth player after your team has completed their registration, you must fill out a  Fifth Player Registration Form.

Playdown Registration:

Due to the expected Provincial Health Officer travel restrictions, Curl BC has made the difficult decision to postpone our BC Mixed, Masters, Club Championship and Senior Championships to the fall of 2021. These events will now be open provincials leading to the 2021 Curling Canada national championships in each of these categories in the fall of 2021. We are also postponing the 2021 U15, U18, U21 and BC Wheelchair events to the spring of 2021. These events will be also be open provincials. These events will not lead to a Curling Canada national championship.
 
The BC Mixed Doubles, Men’s and  Women’s Championships will now be run as open provincial events. They will continue to take place in January as scheduled. However, if due to Covid-19 the BC Mixed Doubles, Men’s and Women’s events are not able to run, Curl BC will send the 2020 BC Champions to the 2021 national Mixed Doubles, national Scotties and Brier.

NOTE FOR CURLING IN PHASE 3: Competitive teams have asked us why they must adhere to physically distanced play if they travel and eat with their team. The modified rules of four-person curling are in place at curling centres across BC. The modified rules have allowed Curl BC to successfully advocate for curling to be moved from Group B into Group A in the viaSport guidelines – the guidelines every provincial sport organization needs to adhere to in order to return to play. Being in Group A has given Curl BC the option to stage competitive events. The reality is if we did not have this, there would be no competition. The other consideration is that even though some individuals may feel comfortable in close contact with their teammates, the physical distancing measures will ensure you are aware of where you are in relation to not only your team but also those in opposition and those on the sheets next to you who may not want to open their bubble to you. Like all of you, we can’t wait until we don’t have to worry about this any more, but, for the time being, we really appreciate your best efforts to maintain this approach.

Curling Club Championship

The BC Curling Club Championship is for club-based teams who compete in member leagues in the 2020-21 season. The 2021 event will be an open championship. Registration deadline is March 15, 2021.

Date: TBD – fall 2021

Location: TBD

Registration Links: Men’s or Women’s

National Championship Nov. 22-28, 2021.

Junior

The 2021 BC Junior Curling Championships are for curlers aged 20 years or under as of June 30, 2020. The 2021 event will be an open championship. Registration deadline is Jan. 15, 2021.

Date: TBD – spring 2021

Location: TBD

Registration links: Men’s or Women’s

National championships cancelled.

Scotties BC Women’s Championship, presented by Best Western

The 2021 Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Best Western, is for the top female curling athletes in BC. The 2021 event will be an open championship. Registration deadline is Dec. 8, 2020.

Date: January 26-31, 2021

Location: Kamloops

Registration Link: Women’s

National championship is Feb. 19-28, 2021.

Men

The 2021 BC Men’s Curling Championship playdowns are for the top men’s curling teams in BC. The 2021 event will be an open championship. Registration deadline is Dec. 8, 2020.

Date: January 26-31, 2021

Location: Kamloops

Registration Link: Men’s

National championship (Tim Hortons Brier) Mar. 5-14, 2021.

Mixed Doubles

The 2021 BC Mixed Doubles Curling Championship is for the top Mixed Doubles teams in BC. The teams are made up of two curlers, one male and one female, playing the two-person, fast-paced version of the game. The 2021 event will be an open championship. Registration deadline is Dec. 13, 2020.

Date: January 6-10, 2021

Location: Chilliwack

Registration Link: Mixed Doubles

National Championship Mar. 23-28, 2021.

Wheelchair

The 2021 BC Wheelchair Curling Championship is for the top wheelchair curling teams in BC. The registration deadline is Jan. 15, 2021.

Date: TBD

Location: TBD

Registration Link: Wheelchair

National championship cancelled.

U18

The 2021 BC U18 Curling Championships are for curlers aged 17 years or under as of Jun. 30, 2020. The 2021 event will be an open championship. Registration deadline is Jan. 15, 2021.

Date: TBD – spring 2021

Location: TBD

Registration Links: Boys or Girls

National Championship cancelled.

U15 – registration opening soon.

The 2021 BC U15 Challenge Cup event is for curlers less than 15 years of age as of Dec. 31, 2020. The date and location are to be determined.

Connect Hearing Senior

The 2021 BC Senior Curling Championships are for curlers who are a minimum of 50 years of age or over on June 30 in the year of the championship. Therefore, players wanting to compete in the 2021 event will be born on or before Jun. 30, 1971. The 2021 event will be an open championship. Registration deadline is March 15, 2021.

Date: TBD – fall 2021

Location: TBD

Registration Links: Men’s or Women’s

National championship to take place in December 2021.

Connect Hearing Master

The 2021 Connect Hearing BC Master Curling Championships feature curlers aged 60 or older as of December 31, 2020. The 2021 event will be an open championship. Registration deadline is March 15, 2021.

Date: TBD – fall 2021

Location: TBD

Registration Links: Men’s or Women’s

National championship to take place Nov. 17-21.

AMJ Campbell Mixed

The AMJ Campbell BC Mixed Curling Championship features the top Mixed teams (two male and two female curlers per team) in BC. The 2021 event will be an open championship. Registration deadline is March 15, 2021.

Date: TBD – fall 2021

Location: TBD

Registration Link: Mixed

National championship to take place Nov. 7-15, 2021.

Stick

The 2021 BC Stick Curling Championship is for the top stick curling teams in BC. The 2021 event has been cancelled.

National championship cancelled.

BC Curling Tours

The British Columbia Curling Tour (BCCT) provides a province-wide tour for junior, men’s, and women’s BC teams that will award direct entries to the BC championships. Events on the BCCT will be CTRS point eligible with the goal of attracting top BC and CTRS teams to compete. By providing more opportunities for teams to compete in BC against their peers, we will create an environment in which BC’s next generation of teams can accomplish their goals to ultimately become provincial, national and world champions. It is important that teams compete against their peers to gauge where they are among their competition, and identify gaps and what they need to improve to take that next step.

Visit the BC Curling Tours website for more information and to register.

Prize Package:

Teams who qualify for provincial championships may be eligible for a prize package. Visit our Prize Package Page for details. 

CTRS Information:

2020-21

CTRS information will be updated when available.

2019-20

CTRS Women as of Nov. 20

CTRS Men as of Nov. 26

Give Back

When you make a donation to the Curling for Life Endowment Fund you are supporting the long term viability of the sport in BC. You can also support one of several projects administered through the National Sport Trust Fund.

Curling for Life Endowment Fund BC Amateur Sport Fund