From March 18–26, 2023, Sandviken, Sweden, will host the World Women Curling Championship.
Switzerland, winners of the last three tournaments in a row, will try to retain their title at the Göransson Arena against the other eleven teams.
In the first phase of the competition, each squad will face every other team once.
The best six teams after the regular season will move on to the postseason. Both the first and second-place teams will advance directly to the semi-finals without having to play any qualifying games.
The third-place team will play the sixth-place team in the qualifying rounds, and the fourth- and fifth-place teams will play each other. Those who triumph in these two contests will move on to the semi-finals.
The two finalists will face off in the championship match for the right to play for the global championship, while the losers of the semis will play for the bronze medal.
Date and Time of World Women Curling Championship 2023
Beginning on March 18 and ending on March 26,
Beginning on Saturday, March 18, and concluding on Sunday, March 26, 2023, will be the World Women’s Curling Championship.
The playoffs start on March 25, with the round-robin running from March 18 to 24.
How to watch World Women Curling Championship 2023 Live
Live Broadcast: World Women Curling Championship Live
This year’s World Women Curling Championship will be held in?
Goransson Arena is the location.
Location: Sandviken, Sweden.
Sandviken, Sweden’s Goransson Arena, is hosting this year’s global title.
Sandvikens AIK, a team in the Elitserien, plays its home games at the stadium.
Even though this is the fourth time the women’s championships have been held in Sweden, this is the first time they have been held in Sandviken.
Who will skip Canada’s women’s team at the World Women Curling Championship?
The Canadian representative at the World Championships will be chosen from this year’s Scotties Tournament of Hearts winners. That squad is captained by Kerri Einarson.
At the last four World Women’s Curling Championships, Einarson’s team has represented their nation.
Since Jennifer Jones’s 2018 victory, Canada has failed to take home the trophy.
Schedule for the 2023 World Women Curling Championship All hours are in CET (UTC +1).
First Saturday Round Robin Session of March 18 at 14:00
- Sheet A: Switzerland vs. USA
- Sheet B: The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea vs. Norway
- Sheet C: New Zealand vs. Sweden
- Sheet D: Denmark vs. Japan
Round Robin Game 2: (19:00)
- Sheet A: Germany vs. Scotland
- Sheet B: Italy vs. Turkey
- Sheet C: Switzerland and Japan
- Sheet D: Canada vs. Sweden
Sunday, March 19
9:00 a.m. Round Robin Session 3
- Sheet A: New Zealand vs. Turkey
- Sheet B: The USA vs. Canada
- Sheet C: Scotland vs. Denmark
- Sheet D: Italy will take on the Republic of Korea
During the fourth session of the round robin at 14:00
- Sheet A: Denmark vs. the Republic of Korea
- Sheet B: Sweden vs. Switzerland
- Sheet C: The United States vs. Norway
- Sheet D: New Zealand vs. Germany
Time for the fifth and final round of the evening’s rotatory sessions: 19.00
- Sheet A: Canada vs. Norway
- Sheet B: Japan vs. Scotland
- Sheet C: Germany vs. Italy
- Sheet D: Turkey vs. Switzerland
Monday, March 20th
6th Round Robin Session, at 9:00
- Sheet A: The USA vs. Japan
- Sheet B: Canada vs. Italy
- Sheet C: The Republic of Korea vs. New Zealand
7th Round Robin Session at 14:00
- Sheet A: the Republic of Korea vs. Scotland
- Sheet B: Switzerland vs. Germany
- Sheet C: Sweden vs. Turkey
- Sheet D: Norway vs. Denmark
8th Round Robin Session at 19:00
- Sheet A: Italy vs. New Zealand
- Sheet B: Turkiye vs. USA
- Sheet C: Norway vs. Japan
- Sheet D: Scotland vs. Canada
Tuesday, March 21
Time: 09:30 for Round Robin Session 9.
- Sheet B: Denmark vs. Italy
- Sheet C: New Zealand vs. the United States
- Sheet D: Germany vs. Sweden
Round-robin Game 10, 14:00
- Sheet A: Scotland vs. Norway
- Sheet B: Germany vs. the Republic of Korea
- Sheet C: Canada vs. Switzerland
- Sheet D: Japan vs. Turkey,
11th Round Robin, 19:30
- Sheet A: Sweden vs. Japan
- Sheet B: New Zealand vs. Canada
- Sheet C: Italy vs. Scotland
- Sheet D: The USA vs. Denmark
Wednesday, March 22
The 11th Round Robin begins at 9:00
- Sheet A: Turkey vs. the Republic of Korea
- Sheet B: Norwegian vs. Swedish
- Sheet C: Denmark vs. Germany
- Sheet D: Switzerland vs. New Zealand
Round Robin Session 13 at 14:00
- Sheet A: Canada vs. Germany
- Sheet B: Scotland vs. USA
- Sheet C: Turkey vs. Norway
- Sheet D: Japan vs. Italy
Round Robin Session 14 at 19:00
- Sheet A: New Zealand vs. Denmark
- Sheet B: Italy vs. Switzerland
- Sheet C: United States vs. Sweden
- Sheet D: the Republic of Korea vs. Canada
Thursday, March 23
Round Robin Session 15 at 9:00
- Sheet A: Norway vs. Switzerland
- Sheet B: Germany vs. Turkey
- Sheet C: Japan v Republic of Korea
- Sheet D: Sweden v Scotland
Round Robin Session 16–14:00
- Sheet A: United States vs. Italy
- Sheet B: Canada vs. Japan
- Sheet C: Scotland vs. New Zealand
- Sheet D: Denmark vs. Turkey
Round Robin Session 17 at 19:00
- Sheet A: the Republic of Korea vs. Sweden
- Sheet B: Norway vs. New Zealand
- Sheet C: Switzerland vs. Denmark
- Sheet D: Germany vs. United States
Friday, March 24
Round Robin Session 18-09:00
- Sheet A: Japan vs. Germany
- Sheet B: Switzerland vs. Scotland
- Sheet C: Turkey v Canada
- Sheet D: Italy vs. Norway
Round Robin Session 19–14:00
- Sheet A: Denmark vs. Canada
- Sheet B: United States v. Republic of Korea
- Sheet C: Sweden vs. Italy
- Sheet D: New Zealand vs. Japan
Round Robin Session 20–19:00
- Sheet A: Scotland vs. Turkey
- Sheet B: Sweden vs. Denmark
- Sheet C: Norway vs Germany
- Sheet D: the Republic of Korea vs. Switzerland
March 25th Saturday
The qualifying matches are at 10:00 a.m.
Olympic Bronze Medal Match, March 26th, 10:00
Final of the Gold Medal Round: 15:00