Calgary Sports & Clubs
Calgary offers a large variety of sports clubs for all ages with a wide range of general interest clubs for children and adults. Several of these organisations are city wide while others are administered at a local community level. All of the local community sports, excluding general interest clubs may require a community association membership. Check with the individual sports clubs for their registration, membership and general information. Add Your Club
Calgary Community Curling
Alberta Curling Federation
Promote, market and encourage growth in the sport of curling within the boundaries of the ACF. Represent all curlers by governing in a spirit of fairness and equality. Preserve the traditions of our sport while embracing positive change.
Arc Curling Club
Club Information - Calgary Acadia Rec Centre Curling Club located in the community of Acadia.
Calgary & Area Curling Club Managers Association
Our website provides a quick description of each member club and a link to their website. This organization is somewhat unique in all of Canada in that 12 of the curling clubs in and around Calgary meet regularly to discuss common curling issues and marketing opportunities. Local competitive events are also listed as are places for those interested in curling to well, curl.
Calgary Curling Club
Curling is fun - for everyone! Visit the Calgary Curling Club, a premier curling club in the city and a world class facility, which is centrally situated on Memorial Drive across from Prince’s Island. The Calgary Curling Club has been located at 720 - 3rd Street N.W., Calgary, Alberta since 1953.
Calgary Garrison Club
The Garrison (formerly known as the CFB Curling Club) was located within the CFB Calgary site but with the closure of the Canadian Forces Base our name underwent a change and the club was relocated to a site adjoining the Calgary Centennial Arenas.
Calgary Huntington Hills Curling Club
Curling is a fascinating sport with a great 500-year-old tradition and the excitement of being an Olympic sport. Curling is a sport that young and old alike can participate in together on a recreational or competitive level. Share your love of curling with a relative, friend or child! It is due to the support and commitment of volunteers that our club continues to improve each year. Please give of your time to help support where you can.
Calgary Inglewood Curling Club
Our unique log clubhouse is open year round and features a main dining area, a member's lounge, an outdoor patio overlooking the 18th green, Men's and Ladies locker rooms, banquet and meeting facilities to meet any groups needs and a 6-sheet Curling Rink.
Calgary Ladies Curling Club
Calgary Ladies Curling Club-Celebrating 95 years in 2014. Curling at the Calgary Curling Club 720-3rd St. NW, Mon & Wed afternoons. New for 2014-15 Start to..Back to Curling Mon.10am-12:pm. Friendship and great Events.
Calgary North Hill Community Curling Club
The North Hill Community Curling Club is a not for profit entity governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. We cater to curlers (members and the Public) from all over Calgary. Our business is only as a curling club which operates from late September through to early April. Most of our users are involved in league play; although we will also handle individual, family, social groups and Corporate events as our ice availability permits.
Calgary Youth Curling Association (CYCA)
Canada's source for Junior and Youth Curling in Calgary, Alberta. The CYCA brings you the latest information, spiels, updates and resources to get you into the game and in top form. For those new to the sport we've got links to contacts and registrations that will put you in touch with leagues, coaches, players and important resources to get you going.
Canadian Curling Association
The CCA and CLCA continued as independent organizations until they amalgamated to form the Canadian Curling Association in 1990. Today, the CCA is recognized as the national administrative body for curling in Canada by Sport Canada, the Canadian Olympic Committee and the World Curling Federation. It is governed by a 10-member board of directors. Provincial and territorial associations nominate candidates to the Board, whose members are elected to five-year terms by all CCA members.
Northern Alberta Curling Association
Established in 1918. It’s mission then and now is to develop and promote the sport of curling. The Northern Alberta Curling Association represents over 90 affiliated curling clubs in Northern Alberta and each member club has a voice in the NACA through their zone convenors. The NACA operates through the dedication of two paid positions, thousands of hours of volunteer time and the goodwill of curlers.
Oakridge Mixed Curling Club
The Oakridge Mixed Curling club was founded in the SouthWest community of Oakridge, but nowadays people from all over the city join us for relaxed and sociable curling. Our ice time is from nine PM to eleven PM on Friday nights at the Inglewood Golf and Curling Club. If you're looking to bring a whole team, or to find others with whom to curl, by all means join us and come out to have some fun. Even if you've never curled before but want to learn, our Club has the perfect atmosphere to become introduced to curling.
Ogden Legion Curling
Come down and have some fun curling! We have 8 sheets of ice and they are maintained daily. We specialize in corporate rentals, but the curling ice is also available for league play, corporate team building events, and private parties. Brooms and sliders are also available for rental.
Southern Alberta Curling Association
Curling in Southern Alberta, from the grassroots to the highest level of competitive play, should be fun and vibrant. To encourage active participation for residents of all ages in our communities by helping member curling clubs offer a wide variety of programs. To assist in providing opportunities to participate in this great sport.