EVENING CLUB LEAGUES

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Evening Leagues or Associate Leagues?

The Calgary Curling Club operates from September to April. League play begins at the end of September and goes until the end of March. We offer a 5 week spring league in April for those who haven’t quite got their fill of curling for the season.  There is no curling from May to early September.

If you are ready to join a league, CCC offers league play every weekday throughout the season from 8:30 in the morning through to 11 at night. There are club leagues every weekday evening, and associate leagues during the day and weekends.

Visit the Associate Leagues page for information and contact details for leagues which play during weekdays and weekends.

Evening Club Leagues

Open Leagues (any gender combination):

Monday – This league has an A & B division with room for 18 teams.  It is primarily a recreational league with teams of varying skill levels.  Draw times are 6:45 and 9:00 pm. “A” division teams tend to be more competitive and experienced than B division teams.  However with only two divisions the skill level variance between all teams is less than the Tuesday or Thursday Open Leagues.  Teams play a round robin within their division in each half of the season.  Teams can move up or down a division based on points at the halfway point of the season.  The top 8 teams at the end of the season make the playoffs and compete with the other Open Leagues for the Open League Club Championship.  The bottom 10 teams are placed into a tier 2 playoff. 

Tuesday – This league has an A, B, C & D division with room for 36 teams.  It is primarily a recreational league with teams of varying skill levels. Draw times are 6:45 and 9:00 pm. A & B division teams tend to be more competitive and experienced than C & D division teams.  With four divisions the skill level variance between all teams tends to be greater than the two division Monday and Wednesday Open Leagues.  Teams play a round robin within their division in each half of the season.  Teams can move up or down a division based on points at the halfway point of the season.  The top 16 teams at the end of the season make the playoffs and compete with the other Open Leagues for the Open League Club Championship.  The bottom 20 teams are placed into a tier 2 playoff.

Wednesday – This league has an A & B division with room for 18 teams.  It is primarily a recreational league with teams of varying skill levels. Draw times are 6:45 and 9:00 pm. “A” division teams tend to be more competitive and experienced than B division teams.  However with only two divisions the skill level variance between all teams is less than the Tuesday or Thursday Open Leagues.  Teams play a round robin within their division in each half of the season.  Teams can move up or down a division based on points at the halfway point of the season.  The top 8 teams at the end of the season make the playoffs and compete with the other Open Leagues for the Open League Club Championship.  The bottom 10 teams are placed into a tier 2 playoff. 

NEW! Wednesday – Premium Ice / Time / Price League – This is a new open league with all games starting at 7:45 pm.  Ice will be scraped, double pebbled and nipped before every game in an effort to give the best ice conditions possible.  Because the club would eliminate an entire draw the revenue needs to be made up by charging a higher price than our other evening leagues.  The intent of the league is to give teams with an appreciation for premium ice conditions and an opportunity to compete in the most consistent conditions and time possible.

Thursday – This league has an A, B, C & D division with room for 36 teams.  It is primarily a recreational league with teams of varying skill levels. Draw times are 6:45 and 9:00 pm. A & B division teams tend to be more competitive and experienced than C & D division teams.  With four divisions the skill level variance between all teams tends to be greater than the two division Monday and Wednesday Open Leagues.  Teams play a round robin within their division in each half of the season.  Teams can move up or down a division based on points at the halfway point of the season.  The top 16 teams at the end of the season make the playoffs and compete with the other Open Leagues for the Open League Club Championship.  The bottom 20 teams are placed into a tier 2 playoff.

Men’s League:

Monday – This league has an A & B division with room for 18 teams.  It is primarily a recreational league with teams of varying skill levels. Draw times are 6:45 and 9:00 pm. “A” division teams tend to be more competitive and experienced than B division teams.  Teams play a round robin within their division in each half of the season.  Teams can move up or down a division based on points at the halfway point of the season.  The top 8 teams at the end of the season make the playoffs and compete with the Wednesday Men’s League for the Men’s League Club Championship.  The bottom 10 teams are placed into a tier 2 playoff.

Mixed League (two Males, two females):

Friday – This is a traditional four person mixed team league where players must alternate gender between positions (Male Lead, Female Second, Male Third, Female Fourth or Female Lead, Male Second, Female Third, Male Fourth).  It is primarily a recreational league with teams of varying skill levels.  (Please note) This league might be capped at 9 teams in one division for the 2022 – 2023 season as we may be introducing a Rookies & Mentors Open League which will operate at the same time.  This league will have its own playoff for the Mixed League Club Championship. Draw times are 6:45 and possibly 9:00 pm. 

New Leagues We Are Considering For The 2022 – 2023 Season:

Friday – Rookies & Mentors League – This would be an open league.  We are looking for two types of players in this league.  “Rookies” have one to three years of curling experience and are looking to play with someone who is there to primarily teach and guide them through the game.  “Mentors” have three or more years of experience and are prepared to coach, mentor and guide rookie players throughout all aspects of the game.  This is primarily a teaching / learning league with a focus on fun and building skills and confidence. 

Any Evening With A League That Does Not Fill – Doubles – Once registration is complete for our traditional 4 person team leagues we will create Open Doubles Leagues (any gender combination).  

For daytime, early evening and weekend leagues, please see the Associate Leagues page.

 

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