World Wheelchair Curling Championship 2019 tickets now on sale

Tickets are now on sale for the World Wheelchair Curling Championships 2019. The championship is being held at Stirling’s PEAK Sport’s Village from 3 to 10 March. This tournament is the first opportunity for the competing nations to gain vital qualification points for the 2022 Paralympic Games in Beijing.

Paul Bush OBE, Director of Events, said: “Following 2016’s European Curling Championships and the World Junior Curling Championships in 2018, we are delighted to welcome the World Wheelchair Curling Championships to Stirling in March as part of a multi-hosting agreement which will conclude with the World Men’s Curling Championships in 2020. Scotland has such a strong history with the sport and, as such, provides the perfect stage for curling events. With tickets on sale now, we hope fans take this opportunity watch another world-class competition on Scottish ice.”

The 12 Nations competing in this year’s tournament are Norway, Russia, Scotland, China, Canada, Korea, United States, Switzerland, Germany, Estonia, Slovakia and Latvia.

Ticket prices are £4 per session for round-robin group matches, £6 for Saturday’s knockout Semi Finals and £10 for Sunday’s Bronze and Gold medal matches.

For information on accessible seating please contact Box Office on 01786 473 544 / 274 000.

Free Child Places – There are limited number of free child places for each session excluding the tournament Pass.  Please contact Box Office on 01786 473 544 / 274 000 to reserve yours.

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The PEAK Sport’s Village is located on the outskirts of Central Stirling and is only a 20-minute walk from Stirling Train Station. Buses are also available from Stirling Train Station to the PEAK every 15 minutes with a journey time of just over 10 minutes. All buses have disabled access and kneeling facilities.

The 2019 World Wheelchair Curling Championship showcases the best Wheelchair Curlers from around the globe with 5 out the 12 nations having won at least one gold medal at these championships before. The tournament will also showcase more than 10 nations competing for the first time since 2006.

Make sure you don’t miss out on the Scotland’s turn to host the World Wheelchair Curling Championship.

For further information on the tournament and regular updates make sure you follow @wwhcc19 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Also search #wwhcc2019 or #curling