This is your chance to watch world-class curling teams in action, battling for the national men’s and women’s championship titles and the right to represent Scotland at the World Curling Championships. The Scottish Curling Championships are Scotland’s pinnacle curling event, playing host to some of Scotland’s top curling talent including former World Champions and Olympic Medallists Eve Muirhead and Tom Brewster. Experience live curling at its best, get your tickets now!
If I want to see both the men’s and the women’s finals, do I need two tickets?
Yes, there are separate tickets for each session and you’ll need one for each final.
Can I buy tickets on the day?
The number of tickets are limited and when they are gone they are gone! There may be some available on the day, but the only way to guarantee entry is to buy online in advance.
Are there discounts for children / students / seniors?
No, all tickets are one price. Children under 2 years old don’t require a ticket, but will not be allocated their own seat.
Are there accessible seating tickets?
Yes, we have a dedicated seating area for wheelchair users. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org once you have purchased your ticket to reserve your space.
Where will seats be located?
Seating is positioned rink side so you’ll be right on top of the action. Please note that as you will be seated in the ice hall warm clothing is advised.
Do I have a reserved seat?
No, ticket is for general entry only and all seats are unreserved.
What time do the doors open?
The doors to the ice hall will be open for spectators at 9.30am for the Women's final, and at 2.30pm for the Men's final.
What catering is available?
The centre’s café will be open from 9am – 6pm. There will be a bar in the foyer area as well as upstairs so that spectators can easily get a hot or cold drink to take back to the seating area.
A pre-bookable hot buffet lunch will be available between the finals. Please note that the deadline to book the buffet is 11th February 2017.
How long will the final last?
Playing time for each final is restricted to a maximum of 2 hours and 30 minutes but may finish earlier should the ten ends of play be completed before.
When will the medal ceremonies and presentations take place?
The medal ceremonies and trophy presentation will take place after each match and not together at the end of the day – so if you have only bought a ticket for one final you will still see the presentation after the game.
When will tickets go on sale?
Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday 16th December 2017.