The ICA is delighted to host our annual Irish Open Championship for the Fyfe trophy. Places are available now. The championship will be in the round-robin format of four 4 end games.
Ice booked at Greenacres Ice rink for 9.45,12.30 and15.15, with 3 sheets each time.
This fixture is subject to change in line with whatever Covid-19 restrictions may be in place at the time.
European Curling Championships 2021; Lillehammer, Norway, 20th-27th November 2021
World Mixed Doubles Qualification Event; Forfar, Scotland, 4th-9th January 2022
Olympic Winter Games; Beijing, China, 3rd-20th February 2022
The ICA decamp to the fabulous North West Castle hotel for a weekend of curling and other shenanigans ….
Paralympic Winter Games; Beijing, China, 5th-12th March 2022
This Four Nations event will be organised by Scotland and held in Ayr Ice Rink, Scotland. The national associations for each country compete for seven trophies.
The 2023 Four Nations will be hosted by Ireland.
Ireland competes for the Hugh Meikle Memorial Trophy against Wales, the Turnbull Cup against England, and the Marshall Millenium Trophy against Scotland.
The Four Nations competition is an enjoyable and social weekend tournament between the governing bodies of each of the home nations (England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales). It has evolved over a number of years with the first recorded games taking place in the early 1900s. The tournament is hosted in turn by each of the four nations annually towards the end of January.
European Curling Championships 2022 C Division; Vilnius, Lithuania, 1st-6th May 2022.
The European Curling Championships C-Division are for women’s and men’s teams from the World Curling Federation’s European zone. From this event, three women’s and men’s teams are promoted to the B-Division to be played in November 2022.