Full-event ticket packages on sale Thurs. for Continental Cup in Fredericton NB (Curling Canada)

You will have to act quickly if you want a chance to watch many of curling’s best teams under one roof in Fredericton at the 2022 Continental Cup, presented by Access Storage.

Full-event ticket packages will go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m. AT for the 2022 Continental Cup, which is scheduled for Jan. 20-23 at Willie O’Ree Place.

Clockwise from top left, Brad Gushue, Kerri Einarson, Brendan Bottcher and Rachel Homan will be bringing their teams to the 2022 Continental Cup, presented by Access Storage, in Fredericton. (Photos, Curling Canada/Michael Burns)

We already knew that 2021 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champions Team Kerri Einarson of Gimli, Man., and 2021 Tim Hortons Brier champs Team Brendan Bottcher of Edmonton would be part of Team Canada in Fredericton for the team competition.

Today, Curling Canada confirmed the addition of 2020 Tim Hortons Brier champ Team Brad Gushue of St. John’s, N.L., and three-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champions Team Rachel Homan of Ottawa — the runner-up at the past two Scotties.

The Canadian lineup will be rounded out with the winning teams at the 2021 Tim Hortons Curling Trials, presented by AGI, scheduled for Nov. 20-28 in Saskatoon.

Details on Canada’s opponents in Fredericton will be released in the coming weeks.

With only around 1,000 seats available in the initial ticket offering, it’s expected that New Brunswick curling fans will snap them up quickly.

The full-event package will sell for $249 and will guarantee a single ticket and seat selection for all 11 draws of the 2022 Continental Cup.

Ticket packages will be available online at curling.ca/2022continentalcup/tickets. Customers needing assistance with their purchase can call the Capital Winter Club at (506) 452-0020.

All ticket packages are subject to standard ticket service fees.

Leading up to the 2022 Continental Cup, Curling Canada will be in regular contact with local, regional and national health authorities to ensure the safest possible environment for athletes, volunteers and fans at Willie O’Ree Place, as well as the host community.

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 Willie O’Ree Place. You can view the full Curling Canada mandatory vaccination policy by CLICKING HERE.

Single-draw tickets for the 2022 Continental Cup will go on sale in November.

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