Sixteen men’s teams from across the country will compete at the Tim Hortons Brier for the chance to represent Canada at the world men’s championship.
All athletes, fans, volunteers, media and event staff and contractors above the age of 12 will have to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to participate in, and attend, Curling Canada-affiliated events. Click here for details.
Curling Canada will be working with local, regional, provincial and federal health authorities leading up to the 2022 Tim Hortons Brier to ensure fans, athletes, officials and the host community are in as safe of an environment as possible.
As if hosting the Tim Hortons Brier for the first time weren’t special enough, Lethbridge curling fans also will have the chance to cheer for at least TWO Alberta teams.
The 2022 Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI, is scheduled for March 4-13 at the ENMAX Centre, and with defending champs Team Bottcher of Edmonton and a yet-to-be-crowned Team Alberta in the field, the excitement levels are already high even though we’re still more than three months from the first rock being thrown.
To accommodate fans eager to watch the home teams (and, perhaps, do a little early Christmas shopping!), Curling Canada has released some early draw schedule information for Team Canada and Team Alberta, and there will be many options to see the home teams in action!
Team Canada opens the 2022 Tim Hortons Brier in Draw 1 Saturday, March 5, at 1:30 p.m. (all times Mountain). They’ll go on to play another game Sunday morning, two games Monday, two more on Tuesday, and will finish up preliminary round play in the highly anticipated “Battle of Alberta” against Team Alberta on Wednesday evening.
Team Alberta, meanwhile, will kick off its event in Draw 2 in what will be a rockin’ night in the arena and the Patch! Team Alberta gets two more games on Sunday, one each on Monday and Tuesday, and two on Wednesday.
A limited number of tickets for the Alberta vs. Canada game are being put on sale next Wednesday, Nov. 24, at 10 a.m. Tickets for this premium game are $47.50 a piece.
The remaining single-draw tickets, priced from $22, will not be available until January.
Various other ticket packages are still available:
- Championship Weekend Package ($259): A single ticket to each of the final six draws; tiebreaker draw included (if necessary). Championship weekend package customers will also receive a bonus Curling Canada merchandise package valued at $75! They will receive an exclusive Curling Canada scarf ($30 value, to be picked up in the event merchandise store at ENMAX Centre during the event); will get $10 off at CurlShop.ca on a $30 purchase made from Jan. 1-31; and will get $5 off an event magnet and $30 off a premium item in the event merchandise store at ENMAX Centre during the event. Get them before they are gone!
- Opening Weekend Package ($119): A single ticket to each of the five draws on March 5 and 6. This package will include a minimum of three Team Alberta games!
- Monday to Wednesday Day Packages ($69): A single ticket to each of the three draws on that day.
- Thursday Day Package ($59): A single ticket to each of the two guaranteed Championship Pool draws; tiebreaker draw included (if necessary).
- Standard Full Event Package, $499 (Single ticket to all 22 draws, including round robin, playoffs and tiebreakers)
- Premium Full Event Package, $529 (*Limited availability; away-end seats in Sections I, J, K and JJ.
All ticket packages are subject to standard facility and ticket service fees, and are available online at curling.ca/tickets; by calling (403) 329-7328; or in person at the ENMAX Centre Box Office or Yates Theatre Box Office.
As per Curling Canada’s recent announcement, all fans, athletes, volunteers and event staff will need to provide proof of full vaccination to get inside the ENMAX Centre. You can view the full Curling Canada mandatory vaccination policy by CLICKING HERE. Leading up to the 2022 Tim Hortons Brier, Curling Canada will be in regular contact with local, regional and national health authorities to ensure the safest possible environment for athletes and fans at the ENMAX Centre. Curling Canada will continue to monitor communication from the Government of Alberta.The winning team in Lethbridge will represent Canada at the 2022 World Men’s Curling Championship, April 2-10 in Las Vegas.