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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 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

Player Forms
Make sure everyone on the team completes a Competitor’s Agreement (Adult form) or (U19 form) and that there is one or more Member Verification Form(s) (PDF) with every player’s name on it.

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 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.

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

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.

Playdown Registration:

Club Challenge

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.

Berth allocation: 

  • The 12 teams of each gender would qualify as follows:
  • 1 berth to be allocated to the host club of the BC Club Challenge
  • 11 berths to be prorated among the following regional event
    • West Kootenay
    •  East Kootenay
    •  Okanagan
    • Cariboo
    •  Northwest
    •  North Island
    •  South Island
    •  Lower Mainland
  • Direct entry to the BC Championships will be allowed if there is only one entry in a regional event

Eligibility and category specific rules can be reviewed in detail here (PDF). 

Regional Playdowns:

West Kootenay (Men & Women) – Eligible curling centres:

  • Location: Nelson
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan 19
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

East Kootenay (Men & Women) – Eligible curling centres:

  • Location: Cranbrook
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan 19
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

Okanagan (Men & Women) – Eligible curling centres:

  • Location: Ashcroft
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan 19
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

Cariboo (Men & Women) – Eligible curling centres:

  • Location: Quesnel
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan 19
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

Northwest (Men & Women) – Eligible curling centres:

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan 19
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

North Island (Men & Women) – Eligible curling centres:

  • Location: Campbell River
  • Date: Feb. 14-16
  • Registration Deadline: Jan 19
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

South Island (Men & Women) – Eligible curling centres:

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan 19
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

Lower Mainland (Men & Women) – Eligible curling centres:

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan 19
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0
Junior

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.

Berth allocation:

The eight teams of each gender will qualify as follows:

*If a region has zero or one entry, that berth will be prorated within the other regional events.
** If there is only one entry in a regional playdown, that team may travel to the next closest regional event or the open event. The team’s other option will be to withdraw from the regional playdown process. If going to an alternative regional event, a subsidy will be offered.

Eligibility and category specific rules can be reviewed in detail here (PDF). 

Regional Playdowns:

Kootenays (Regions 1&2)

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Nov. 29-Dec. 1
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 10
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

Thompson-Okanagan (Regions 3,4&7)

  • Location: Oliver
  • Date: Nov. 29-Dec. 1
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 10
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

Northern Playdown (Regions 5&6)

  • Location: Prince George
  • Date: Nov. 29-Dec. 1
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 10
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

Vancouver Island Playdown (Regions 8,9&10)

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Nov. 29-Dec. 1
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 10
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

Lower Mainland Playdown (Region 11)

  • Location: Chilliwack
  • Date: Nov. 29-Dec. 1
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 10
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0

Open Playdown:

  • Location: Penticton (TBC)
  • Date: Dec. 6-8
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 1
  • Junior Men entries: 0
  • Junior Women entries: 0
Women

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.

Berth allocation:

The eight teams will qualify as follows:

  • Defending Champion
  • One CTRS berth
  • Two BC Tour berths
  • 2 berths 1st open event
  • 2 berths 2nd open event

*If an open event has zero or one entry, that berth will be prorated to the next open event.

Eligibility and category specific rules can be reviewed in detail here (PDF). 

Open Playdowns:

Women’s Open Playdown #1

  • Location: Abbotsford
  • Date: Dec. 13-15
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 24
  • Entries: 0

Women’s Open Playdown #2

  • Location: Richmond
  • Date: Jan. 3-5
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 16
  • Entries: 0
Men

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.

Berth allocation:

The 16 teams will qualify as follows:

  • One CTRS berth
  • 2 BC Tour berths
  • 1 Defending Champion
  • 11 berths allocated to five Regional events, berths prorated among regions
  • One berth to open event

*If a region has zero or one entry, that berth will be prorated within the other regional events.
** If there is only one entry in a regional playdown, that team may travel to the next closest regional event or the open event. The team’s other option will be to withdraw from the regional playdown process. If going to an alternative regional event, a subsidy will be offered.

Eligibility and category specific rules can be reviewed in detail here (PDF). 

Regional Playdowns:

Kootenays (Regions 1&2)

  • Location: Kimberley
  • Date: Dec. 13-15
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 26
  • Entries: 0

Thompson-Okanagan (Regions 3,4&7)

  • Location: Kamloops
  • Date: Dec. 13-15
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 26
  • Entries: 0

Northern Playdown (Regions 5&6)

  • Location: Kitimat
  • Date: Dec. 13-15
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 26
  • Entries: 0

Vancouver Island Playdown (Regions 8,9&10)

  • Location: Cowichan
  • Date: Dec. 13-15
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 26
  • Entries: 0

Lower Mainland Playdown (Region 11)

  • Location: Abbotsford
  • Date: Dec. 13-15
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 26
  • Entries: 0

Open Playdown:

  • Location: Penticton (TBC)
  • Date: Jan. 10-12
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 22
  • Entries: 0
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.

Berth allocation: 

The eight teams of each gender will qualify as follows:

  • 1 berth for every Zone (BC Winter Games Zones)

Visit bcgames.org for more details on Zones and berth allocation.

Eligibility and category specific rules can be reviewed in detail here (PDF). 

Zone Playdowns:

  • BCWG Girls Zone Playdown Registration Form (opens form)
  • BCWG Boys Zone Playdown Registration Form (opens form)

Zone 1

  • Location: Elkford
  • Date: Jan. 10-12
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 15
  • Boys’ entries: 0
  • Girls’ entries: 0

Zone 2

  • Location: Penticton
  • Date: Jan. 10-12
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 15
  • Boys’ entries: 0
  • Girls’ entries: 0

Zone 3

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Jan. 10-12
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 15
  • Boys’ entries: 0
  • Girls’ entries: 0

Zone 4

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Jan. 10-12
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 15
  • Boys’ entries: 0
  • Girls’ entries: 0

Zone 5

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Jan. 10-12
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 15
  • Boys’ entries: 0
  • Girls’ entries: 0

Zone 6

  • Location: Cowichan
  • Date: Jan. 10-12
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 15
  • Boys’ entries: 0
  • Girls’ entries: 0

Zone 7

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Jan. 10-12
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 15
  • Boys’ entries: 0
  • Girls’ entries: 0

Zone 8

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Jan. 10-12
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 15
  • Boys’ entries: 0
  • Girls’ entries: 0
Mixed Doubles

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.

Berth allocation: 

  • Five Regional events – 14 berths to be prorated (based on the number of entries) among the regions as long as the region meets the minimum of two teams entering
  • One Open event for the remaining berths (two berths minimum).

*If a region has zero or one entry, that berth will be prorated within the other regional events.
** If there is only one entry in a regional playdown, that team may travel to the next closest regional event or the open event. The team’s other option will be to withdraw from the regional playdown process. If going to an alternative regional event, a subsidy will be offered.

Eligibility and category specific rules can be reviewed in detail here (PDF). 

Regional Playdowns:

Kootenays (Regions 1&2)

  • Location: Trail
  • Date: Jan. 17-19
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 29
  • Entries: 0

Thompson-Okanagan (Regions 3,4&7)

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Jan. 17-19
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 29
  • Entries: 0

Northern Playdown (Regions 5&6)

  • Location: Williams Lake
  • Date: Jan. 17-19
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 29
  • Entries: 0

Vancouver Island Playdown (Regions 8,9&10)

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Jan. 17-19
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 29
  • Entries: 0

Lower Mainland Playdown (Region 11)

  • Location: Port Moody
  • Date: Jan. 17-19
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 29
  • Entries: 0

Open Playdown:

  • Location: Hope
  • Date: Jan. 30-Feb. 2
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 19
  • Entries: 0
Wheelchair

The 2020 BC Wheelchair Curling Championship is for the top wheelchair curling teams in BC. Date and location of the wheelchair championship TBC.

Berth allocation: 

There is an open direct entry in the Wheelchair Provincial Championship with all teams and players being required to satisfy Canadian Wheelchair Championship eligibility rules.

Eligibility and category specific rules can be reviewed in detail here (PDF). 

U18

The 2020 BC U18 Curling Championships are for curlers aged 17 years or under as of June 30, 2019.

Berth allocation: 

The eight teams will qualify as follows:

  • 1 berth at 1 Open Event
  • 7 berths from five regional events, prorated among regions

*If a region has zero or one entry, that berth will be prorated within the other regional events.
** If there is only one entry in a regional playdown, that team may travel to the next closest regional event or the open event. The team’s other option will be to withdraw from the regional playdown process. If going to an alternative regional event, a subsidy will be offered.

Eligibility and category specific rules can be reviewed in detail here (PDF). 

New for 2019-20, the Open Playdown is held before the Regional Playdowns.

Open Playdown:

  • Location: Kamloops
  • Date: Dec. 13-15
  • Registration Deadline: Nov. 30
  • U18 Boys entries: 0
  • U18 Girls entries: 0

Regional Playdowns:

Kootenays (Regions 1&2)

  • Location: Grand Forks
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 12
  • U18 Boys entries: 0
  • U18 Girls entries: 0

Thompson-Okanagan (Regions 3,4&7)

  • Location: Kelowna
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 12
  • U18 Boys entries: 0
  • U18 Girls entries: 0

Northern Playdown (Regions 5&6)

  • Location: 100 Mile
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 12
  • U18 Boys entries: 0
  • U18 Girls entries: 0

Vancouver Island Playdown (Regions 8,9&10)

  • Location: Comox Valley
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 12
  • U18 Boys entries: 0
  • U18 Girls entries: 0

Lower Mainland Playdown (Region 11)

  • Location: Mission
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 12
  • U18 Boys entries: 0
  • U18 Girls entries: 0
Senior

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
Seniors will be born on or before June 30, 1970. The championships take place Feb. 18-23 at Vernon Curling Club.

Berth allocation: 

The eight teams of each gender will qualify as follows:

  • 7 berths from five regional events, prorated among regions
  • 1 berth at 1 Open Event

*If a region has zero or one entry, that berth will be prorated within the other regional events.
** If there is only one entry in a regional playdown, that team may travel to the next closest regional event or the open event. The team’s other option will be to withdraw from the regional playdown process. If going to an alternative regional event, a subsidy will be offered.

Eligibility and category specific rules can be reviewed in detail here (PDF). 

Regional Playdowns:

Kootenays (Regions 1&2)

  • Location: Castlegar
  • Date: Jan. 10-12
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 22
  • Senior Men entries: 0
  • Senior Women entries: 0

Thompson-Okanagan (Regions 3,4&7)

  • Location: Ashcroft
  • Date: Jan. 17-19
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 22
  • Senior Men entries: 0
  • Senior Women entries: 0

Northern Playdown (Regions 5&6)

  • Location: Smithers
  • Date: Jan. 17-19
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 22
  • Senior Men entries: 0
  • Senior Women entries: 0

Vancouver Island Playdown (Regions 8,9&10)

  • Location: Powell River
  • Date: Jan. 17-19
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 22
  • Senior Men entries: 0
  • Senior Women entries: 0

Lower Mainland Playdown (Region 11)

  • Location: Tunnel Town
  • Date: Jan. 17-19
  • Registration Deadline: Dec. 22
  • Senior Men entries: 0
  • Senior Women entries: 0

Open Playdown:

  • Location: Peace Arch
  • Date: Jan. 31-Feb. 2
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 19
  • Senior Men entries: 0
  • Senior Women entries: 0
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.

Berth allocation: 

The eight teams of each gender will qualify as follows:

  • 7 berths from five regional events, prorated among regions
  • 1 berth at 1 Open Event

*If a region has zero or one entry, that berth will be prorated within the other regional events.
** If there is only one entry in a regional playdown, that team may travel to the next closest regional event or the open event. The team’s other option will be to withdraw from the regional playdown process. If going to an alternative regional event, a subsidy will be offered.

Eligibility and category specific rules can be reviewed in detail here (PDF). 

Regional Playdowns:

Kootenays (Regions 1&2)

  • Location: Invermere
  • Date: Jan. 24-26
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 5
  • Master Men entries: 0
  • Master Women entries: 0

Thompson-Okanagan (Regions 3,4&7)

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Jan. 24-26
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 5
  • Master Men entries: 0
  • Master Women entries: 0

Northern Playdown (Regions 5&6)

  • Location: Williams Lake
  • Date: Jan. 24-26
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 5
  • Master Men entries: 0
  • Master Women entries: 0

Vancouver Island Playdown (Regions 8,9&10)

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Jan. 24-26
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 5
  • Master Men entries: 0
  • Master Women entries: 0

Lower Mainland Playdown (Region 11)

  • Location: Port Moody
  • Date: Jan. 24-26
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 5
  • Master Men entries: 0
  • Master Women entries: 0

Open Playdown:

  • Location: Marpole
  • Date: Feb. 7-9
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 26
  • Master Men entries: 0
  • Master Women entries: 0
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.

Berth allocation:

The eight teams will qualify as follows:

  • 7 berths from five regional events, prorated among regions
  • 1 berth at 1 Open Event

*If a region has zero or one entry, that berth will be prorated within the other regional events.
** If there is only one entry in a regional playdown, that team may travel to the next closest regional event or the open event. The team’s other option will be to withdraw from the regional playdown process. If going to an alternative regional event, a subsidy will be offered.

Eligibility and category specific rules can be reviewed in detail here (PDF). 

Regional Playdowns:

Kootenays (Regions 1&2)

  • Location: Fernie
  • Date: Feb. 14-16
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 26
  • Entries: 0

Thompson-Okanagan (Regions 3,4&7)

  • Location: TBC
  • Date: Feb. 14-16
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 26
  • Entries: 0

Northern Playdown (Regions 5&6)

  • Location: Prince Rupert
  • Date: Feb. 14-16
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 26
  • Entries: 0

Vancouver Island Playdown (Regions 8,9&10)

  • Location: Nanaimo
  • Date: Feb. 14-16
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 26
  • Entries: 0

Lower Mainland Playdown (Region 11)

  • Location: Golden Ears
  • Date: Feb. 14-16
  • Registration Deadline: Jan. 26
  • Entries: 0

Open Playdown:

  • Location: Abbotsford
  • Date: Mar. 6-8
  • Registration Deadline: Feb. 16
  • Entries: 0
Stick

The 2020 BC Stick Curling Championship is for the top stick curling teams in BC.

Berth allocation: 

There is an open direct entry to the BC Stick Curling Championship being held in Vernon December 14-15, 2019.

Check back here for eligibility and registration information.

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

CTRS information for the 2019-20 season will be posted here when available.

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