The 2020 Continental Cup is scheduled for January 9-12, 2020 at the Sport Centre at the Western Fair District in London, Ontario, and will feature top men’s and women’s curling teams.
After blowing the roof off the event in 2018, the Continental Cup of Curling will make a rapid, and, no doubt, well-received visit to London, Ont. The 2020 Continental Cup will be played Jan. 9-12 at The Sports Centre at Western Fair District.
The 2018 edition of this unique curling competition, which pits Team North America against Team World in a variety of interesting formats, drew near-capacity crowds all weekend in 2018, and came down to the most thrilling finish in the history of the competition, with Team North America’s Brad Gushue barely winning a draw-to-the-button against Team World’s Thomas Ulsrud after the two sides finished four days of intense competition in a 30-30 deadlock.
It will be the 16 edition of the Continental Cup, a four-day event that features the best players in the world competing alongside many of their rivals; each side will have six teams competing — three of each gender.
The Sports Centre, which is part of the Western Fair District complex, is an Olympic-size arena with seating for around 1,500.
A limited number of Full Event Packages, Weekend Packages, Thursday Day Passes, and Friday Day Passes are available at this time.