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 and you will be redirected to the registration page. In order to complete the registration you will need the following information:
- Each player’s name, birthdate and city of residence
- Coach’s name and NCCP number (if applicable)
- Team contact person and their name, address, phone number and email address
- Curling club/centre you are representing
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 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.
Curling Canada Competitors’ Fee
The Curling Canada Competitors’ Fee will be incorporated into the entry fee for all participants in all playdown categories except for BC Winter Games. The fee will only be applied once per category per player.
If you are adding a fifth player after your team has completed their registration, you must fill out a Fifth Player Registration Form.
The 2020 BC Club Challenge is open to club curlers from across British Columbia. The championship takes place at Royal City Curling Club in New Westminster from Mar. 26-29.
The 2020 BC Junior Curling Championship playdowns are for curlers aged 20 years or under as of June 30, 2019. The championships take place at Victoria Curling Club from Dec. 28, 2019 to Jan. 2, 2020.
Scotties BC Women’s Championship, presented by Best Western
The 2020 Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Best Western, is for the top female curling athletes in BC. The championship takes place in Cranbrook from Jan. 28-Feb. 2.
The 2020 BC Men’s Curling Championship playdowns are for the top men’s curling teams in BC. The championship takes place in Cranbrook from Jan. 28-Feb. 2.
BC Winter Games
The 2020 BC Winter Games are for curlers aged 15 years or under as of Dec. 31, 2019. The curling portion of the event takes place at the Fort St John Curling Club from Feb. 20-23.
The 2020 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 championship takes place at Hope Curling Club from Feb. 25 to March 1.
The 2020 BC Wheelchair Curling Championship is for the top wheelchair curling teams in BC. The championship will take place at Cloverdale Curling Club from Jan. 31-Feb. 2.
The 2020 BC U18 Curling Championships are for curlers aged 17 years or under as of June 30, 2019. The championship will take place at Parksville Curling Club from Mar 17-22.
The 2020 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 2020 will be born on or before June 30, 1970. The championships take place Feb. 18-23 at Vernon Curling Club.
Connect Hearing Master
The 2020 Connect Hearing BC Master Curling Championships feature curlers aged 60 or older as of December 31, 2019. The championships will take place at Cowichan Rocks and at Duncan Curling Club from Mar. 3-8.
AMJ Campbell Mixed
The 2020 AMJ Campbell BC Mixed Curling Championship features the top Mixed teams (two male and two female curlers per team) in BC. The championship will take place at Abbotsford Curling Club from Apr. 1-5.
The 2020 BC Stick Curling Championship is for the top stick curling teams in BC. There is an open category and a women’s category that take place at the same even being held in Vernon December 14-15, 2019.
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.