🥌 A showpiece event on the curling calendar the waiting is over for the LGT World Men’s Curling Championship 2020 taking place at the Emirates Arena over the next nine days. Tickets are on sale.
A feast of world-class curling awaits in Glasgow the city having been selected to host the 2020 World Men’s Curling Championship. Coming after Curl Aberdeen hosted the World Mixed Curling Championship last October, the event marks the second of two global curling championships being held in Scotland during the 2019-2020 season and takes place from 28 March to 5 April.
The World Men’s Curling Championship returns to Scotland, the home of curling, for the first time in 20 years. It’s the first time the Emirates Arena has held an ice event and the purpose-built spectator sport venue will ensure spectators can get close up to the action.
This popular Winter Olympic sport will showcase the very best men’s curling athletes from across the world, as they go out on the rink determined to earn Olympic qualification points for the next Games in Beijing in 2022. Expect plenty for home fans to get excited about Scotland boasting a strong track record at the World Championships having won the title no less than five times and amassing the third highest tally of 34 medals behind Canada.
From the passionate curling fan committed to seeing every stone thrown, to those keen to experience the thrill of an Olympic sport live on their doorsteps for the very first time, there are a range of ticket options available starting at just £12 for adults and £3 for juniors for a single session. Book your ticket now to be part of the action!
(Preview courtesy of the World Curling Federation website.)
🥌 Matches starts daily at 9am.
Tickets in advance are available via the ‘Get Tickets‘ link.
Tickets on the day available subject to availability. Checking the World Curling Twitter feed before travelling is recommended.
🚊 🚗 Travel tips: Dalmarnock railway station is a 5-10 minute walk from the Emirates Arena. Services at this station run regularly all day on Monday to Saturday on the Argyle Line through Glasgow Central Low Level, on Sunday there is a limited service. The main car park is on the left and there is an overflow car park on the right. Note: At major events the car park can get very busy.