Gothenburg Mixed Doubles Cup
December 28-30, 2022
Gothenburg Curling Club welcomes you to the fourth edition of the Gothenburg Mixed Doubles Cup! Last year we had an amazing tournament with no less than six Olympic teams in the field, including the entire Olympic podium. This year, we aim for an equally strong tournament with an even bigger prize pot.
The tournament is part of the World Curling Tour.
This is what we offer:
- A high quality tournament with competitive teams from several countries. The Tournament is classified as a “500 tournament” on World Curling Tour, one of few in Europe.
- Excellent ice conditions.
- One of the most unique curling halls in the world, located in an old shipyard next to the wharf.
- Minimum four games per team.
- Highly experienced organizing team and ice crew.
- Live broadcasting from all sessions.
- Fast results service with live scoring from all games.
- A non-profit policy of the tournament with a total expected prize fund of SEK 95,000 (> EUR 9,000).
Date: 28-30 December 2022 – The first games are expected to start in the morning on the 28th and the tournament finishes late afternoon/early evening on the 30th. Practice opportunities will be provided on the 27th in the afternoon/evening. Schedule will be adjusted so that players can fly home on the 30th.
Number of teams: We aim for a tournament with 20 high quality teams from several countries. Teams will be accepted at the discretion of the Tournament Management.
System of play: Will depend on number of teams with four games guaranteed per team. Eight ends per game with a one stone shoot-out in case of a tie after eight ends.
Venue: Gothenburg Curling Hall in Gothenburg Sweden. – The address is Valdemar Noréns gata 17, 41755, Göteborg. The closest bus stop is Pumpgatan or Regnbågsgatan.
The curling hall has four sheets of ice and a warm spectator area with a café that will serve refreshments, coffee and lighter meals during the tournament.
Accommodation: We are happy to help you finding suitable accommodation. Special offers will be published.
Prizes: The prize pot has been increased by more than 25% this year. First prize of at least SEK 35 000 is guaranteed (20 teams). Remaining prizes will be announced as soon as registration closes. The total prize fund is expected to be at least SEK 95 000 (20 teams). The tournament operates on a non-profit policy.
Registration: Registrations are done continuously and acceptance to the Tournament will be done on a continuous basis by the Tournament Management. Registration is no guarantee to get a spot as we will try to create the most diverse and strong field possible. However, early registration will always be an asset when being considered. Registration is done on the registration page.
Registration fee: SEK 3500 (some 330 Euros) – Please pay the registration fee, to Bankgiro 364-8441 (Swedish teams) or Handelsbanken IBAN SE36 6000 0000 0007 5711 3702 (international teams). More instructions on payments will be provided to the teams via e-mail.
Questions: Anders Pettersson, firstname.lastname@example.org, +46-706-29 34 67