Beginner Info

You’ve seen it at the Winter Olympics – and now you can play in Atlanta!   Curling is a fun, friendly and accessible Winter Olympic sport open to all age groups and experience levels.  There are no size, strength or speed advantages in curling ...Read More

Play in a Tournament

Ready to Play in a Bonspiel? In curling, tournaments are called bonspiels, although a more accurate name would generally be “3 day party with some curling.”  To really get the full curling experience, you need to play in a bonspiel. (Scroll down if you’re ...Read More

2017 Brewers’ Cup

The Atlanta Curling Club in partnership with GNCC and USCA, and in celebration of GNCC’s 150th anniversary, held a free mini-tournament for Atlanta craft brewers on August 19, 2017.  Reformation Brewery (Woodstock), Blue Tarp Brewing (Decatur), Second Self (Atlanta), Abbey of the Holy Goats (Roswell), Pontoon ...Read More

Announcements & Other Stuff

9/5/2017 – The LED project is in full swing! The Atlanta Curling Club is excited to announce that we’re installing LED lights under the ice at Center Ice Arena for all of our curling sheet markings.     The process has been slow going ...Read More

Come join the fun off the ice

  Members of the Atlanta Curling Club like to have fun on or off the ice.  Recently we’ve been tearing up the trivia scene (with plenty of gift certificates to prove it!)  We also have occasional cookouts, take local brewery tours, play in out-of-state bonspiels (tournaments) ...Read More

Visit our store

We have some awesome Atlanta Curling Club gear that you can purchase to show your support of curling in Atlanta to your friends and neighbors. Prices are shown with the delivery method desired, either picking up at Center Ice Arena at the next Atlanta ...Read More

About the Atlanta Curling Club

The Atlanta Curling Club was founded in 2010 by a small group of dedicated individuals and is a 100% volunteer run organization. As a registered 501(c)3 non-profit, our goal is to expand the sport of curling in the Metro Atlanta area and promote competitive curling ...Read More