2022 World Women’s Curling Championship: results, standings, schedule and TV channel of the international tournament

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The world’s best in women’s curling gather in Prince George to compete for the World Women’s Curling Championship.

The tournament, officially dubbed the 2022 BKT Tires & OK Tire World Women’s Curling Championship, takes place over nine days of curling competition with 13 teams on the sheets.

Canada is represented by Kerri Einarson’s team for the second consecutive year. The team was supposed to make its world championship debut in Prince George in 2020 before the tournament was canceled due to COVID.

Einarson’s team finished fifth at the 2021 World Championship in Calgary last year and are coming off their third consecutive victory at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the 2022 Women’s World Championship.

When will the 2022 World Women’s Curling Championship take place?

This year’s tournament begins on Saturday, March 19, with the finals to conclude the competition on Sunday, March 27 at 5 p.m. ET.

Dated Time (ET) Match TV
Saturday March 19 5 p.m. Canada v Italy TSN1
Saturday March 19 10 p.m. Canada vs. Norway TSN1
Sunday March 20 5 p.m. Turkey v Canada TSN1
Monday March 21 5 p.m. Canada v Denmark TSN1
tuesday march 22 5 p.m. Japan versus Canada TSN1
Wednesday March 23 12 p.m. Canada vs. Sweden TSN1
Thursday March 24 12 p.m. United States vs. Canada TSN1
Friday March 25 10 p.m. Czech Republic v Canada TSN1
Saturday March 26 4 p.m. Qualifying playoffs TSN5
Saturday March 26 7 p.m. Qualifying playoffs TSN2
Saturday March 26 10 p.m. Semi-finals TSN4
Sunday March 27 2 p.m. Bronze Medal Game TSN3
Sunday March 27 7 p.m. Gold Medal Game TSN1

What channel is the 2022 World Women’s Curling Championship in Canada airing on?

The championship will air on TSN with live streaming available on TSN Direct, TSN.ca and the TSN app.

Where is the 2022 World Women’s Curling Championship taking place?

The tournament will take place at the CN Center in Prince George, BC. This is the first time Prince George has hosted a World Curling Federation event. It was previously supposed to host the Championship Tournament in 2020 before it was canceled due to COVID.

Who has won the last 10 World Women’s Curling Championships?

Switzerland have dominated the women’s championships for the past decade with six wins over the past 10 years, but Canada have managed to claim two wins over the same period, back to back in 2016 and 2017.

Here is an overview of the winners of the last 10 championships.

2012: Switzerland
2013: Scotland
2014 : Switzerland
2015 : Switzerland
2016: Switzerland
2017: Canada
2018: Canada
2019: Switzerland
2020: Canceled due to COVID
2021: Switzerland

2022 World Women’s Curling Championship standings

There are 13 teams making up the field at the 2022 World Women’s Curling Championship, returning to the usual format after including 14 teams in the 2021 tournament.

In response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the World Curling Federation withdrew all Russian Curling Federation teams from competing at the World Championships. Their place was taken by the Czech Republic instead.

Each team will play against each of the other participants, resulting in 12 matches in the preliminary round. Once the round robin is complete, the top six teams advance to the playoffs.

The top two seeds will get a bye to the semi-finals, with the No. 3-6 teams advancing to qualifying matches. The winners of these two matches will advance to the semi-finals and the winner of the two semi-final matches will play in the gold medal match. The losers of the semi-finals will play for bronze.

Scotland played two matches before two of the squad’s players tested positive for COVID-19. The team has since withdrawn from the tournament. Japan lost their final round robin match due to COVID-19 issues.

Team Games Win Losses
Switzerland ^ 12 12 0
South Korea ^ 12 9 3
Canada^ 12 9 3
Sweden ^ 12 9 3
United States ^ 12 8 4
Denmark ^ 12 7 5
Japan* 12 6 6
Germany 12 6 6
Norway 12 5 7
Italy 12 4 8
Czech Republic 12 2 ten
Turkey 12 2 ten
Scotland* 12 0 12

^ Landed a playoff berth.

* Withdrawn from the tournament.

2022 World Women’s Curling Championship Schedule

Draw 1 (March 19, 5 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Canada ⁠— 9
Italy⁠ — 2

Sheet B
Sweden ⁠— 9
Turkey ⁠— 6

Sheet C
Czech Republic ⁠— 2
United States ⁠— 9

Sheet D
Korea ⁠— 7
Norway ⁠— 6

Draw 2 (March 19, 10 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Denmark — 11
Germany — 8

Sheet B
Canada—4
Norway — 6

Sheet C
Scotland — 1
Switzerland — 12

Sheet D
Japan — 7
Turkey — 6

Draw 3 (March 20, noon ET)

Sheet A
Switzerland — 8
Sweden — 7

Sheet B
Germany — 2
Korea — 7

Sheet C
Italy — 2
Japan — 9

Sheet D
Scotland — 9
Czech Republic — 10

Draw 4 (March 20, 5 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Korea — 8
Czech Republic — 7

Sheet B
United States — 7
Italy — 6

Sheet C
Turkey — 4
Canada—8

Sheet D
Sweden — 9
Denmark — 4

Draw 5 (March 20, 10 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Japan — 7
United States — 6

Sheet B
Denmark — O
Scotland — L

Sheet C
Norway — 11
Germany — 6

Sheet D
Switzerland — 11
Canada—3

Draw 6 (March 21, noon ET)

Sheet A
Italy — 8
Norway — 4

Sheet B
Czech Republic — 1
Sweden — 8

Sheet C
Japan — O
Scotland — L

Draw 7 (March 21, 5 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Czech Republic — 4
Germany — 6

Sheet B
Turkey — 3
Switzerland — 8

Sheet C
Canada—8
Denmark — 4

Sheet D
United States — 4
Korea — 11

Draw 8 (March 21, 10 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Scotland — L
Sweden — O

Sheet B
Norway — 4
United States — 12

Sheet C
Switzerland — 8
Italy — 6

Sheet D
Germany — 7
Japan — 5

Draw 9 (March 22, noon ET)

Sheet A
Sweden — 6
Italy — 2

Sheet B
Korea — W
Scotland — L

Sheet C
Denmark — 11
Turkey — 10

Draw 10 (March 22, 5 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Germany — 7
United States — 8

Sheet B
Japan — 4
Canada—10

Sheet C
Denmark — 8
Czech Republic — 6

Sheet D
Norway — 5
Switzerland — 8

Draw 11 (March 22, 10 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Turkey — 5
Norway — 10

Sheet B
Scotland — L
Germany — O

Sheet C
Sweden — 8
Japan — 4

Sheet D
Italy — 4
Korea — 7

Draw 12 (March 23, noon ET)

Sheet A
Switzerland — 10
Czech Republic — 3

Sheet B
Korea — 7
Denmark — 8

Sheet C
United States — 12
Turkey — 5

Sheet D
Canada—10
Sweden — 8

Draw 13 (March 23, 5 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Japan — 8
Denmark — 1

Sheet B
Switzerland — 8
United States — 7

Sheet C
Germany — 7
Italy — 5

Sheet D
Norway — W
Scotland — L

Draw 14 (March 23, 10 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Sweden — 7
Korea — 3

Sheet B
Italy — 9
Turkey — 7

Sheet C
Scotland — L
Canada—W

Sheet D
Czech Republic — 7
Japan — 3

Draw 15 (March 24, noon ET)

Sheet A
United States — 3
Canada—9

Sheet B
Norway — 7
Czech Republic — 1

Sheet C
Denmark — 3
Switzerland — 7

Sheet D
Turkey — 1
Germany — 8

Draw 16 (March 24, 5 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Italy — O
Scotland — L

Sheet B
Germany — 5
Sweden — 6

Sheet C
Japan — 9
Norway — 5

Sheet D
Korea — 5
Switzerland — 8

Draw 17 (March 24, 10 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Czech Republic — 5
Turkey — 7

Sheet B
Canada—7
Korea — 8

Sheet C
United States — 5
Sweden — 4

Sheet D
Denmark — 7
Italy — 5

Draw 18 (March 25, noon ET)

Sheet A
Norway — 4
Denmark — 11

Sheet B
Switzerland — 11
Japan — 3

Sheet C
Canada—8
Germany — 5

Sheet D
Scotland — L
United States — O

Draw 19 (March 25, 5 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Korea — W
Japan — L

Sheet B
Turkey — O
Scotland — L

Sheet C
Italy — 7
Czech Republic — 3

Sheet D
Sweden — 6
Norway — 3

Draw 20 (March 25, 10 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Germany — 6
Switzerland — 7

Sheet B
United States — 9
Denmark — 5

Sheet C
Turkey — 2
Korea — 10

Sheet D
Czech Republic — 6
Canada—9

Qualifying Games (March 26, 4 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Canada—9
Denmark — 8

Sheet C
Sweden — 8
United States — 6

Semi-finals (March 26, 10 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Switzerland — 7
Sweden — 5

Sheet C
Canada—6
Korea — 9

Bronze Medal Game (March 27, 2 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Canada—8
Sweden — 7

Gold Medal Game (March 27, 8 p.m. ET)

Sheet A
Switzerland — 7
Korea — 6

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