LGT World Women’s Curling Championship 2021 broadcast schedule

© WCF / Richard Gray

All featured games at the LGT World Women’s Curling Championship 2021 presented by BKT Tires will be broadcast on the World Curling TV YouTube channel. A selection of these games will also be streamed on the World Curling Federation Facebook Page.

Geo-blocking may apply to streamed games due to broadcast partner agreements.

All broadcast times are Mountain Daylight Time (MDT) which is Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) -6 hours.

Broadcast partner TV channel information will be added to this page as it becomes available.

Friday 30 April

09:00 – Switzerland v Korea (SBS Korea, SRF, RTS, RSI-CH Switzerland, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)
09:00 – United States v Scotland (Olympic Channel USA, CCTV China, NBCSN USA – delayed broadcast)

14:00 – Denmark v Japan (NHK Japan, CCTV China)
14:00 – Canada v Sweden (TSN Canada, CCTV China, SVT2 Sweden, Polsat Poland)

19:00 – Japan v Scotland (NHK Japan, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)
19:00 – Canada v Czech Republic (TSN Canada, CCTV China)

Saturday 1 May

09:00 – China v Denmark (CCTV China)
09:00 – United States v Korea (CCTV China, SBS Korea, , Polsat Poland, Olympic Channel USA – delayed broadcast)

14:00 – Canada v Switzerland (TSN Canada, CCTV China, SRF, RTS, RSI-CH Switzerland, Polsat Poland)
14:00 – Denmark v Sweden (CCTV China)

19:00 – Japan v China (NHK Japan, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)
19:00 – RCF v Canada (TSN Canada, CCTV China, Match TV Arena Russia)

Sunday 2 May

09:00 – Scotland v China (CCTV China)
09:00 – Sweden v Japan (NHK Japan, CCTV China, SVT Play Sweden, Polsat Poland)

14:00 – United States v Canada (Olympic Channel USA, TSN Canada, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)
14:00 – Estonia v RCF (CCTV China, Match TV Arena Russia)

19:00 – Czech Republic v Japan (NHK Japan, CCTV China)
19:00 – Switzerland v Denmark (CCTV China, SRF, RTS, RSI-CH Switzerland, Polsat Poland)

Monday 3 May

09:00 – Switzerland v Japan (NHK Japan, CCTV China, SRF, RTS, RSI-CH Switzerland, Polsat Poland)
09:00 – Germany v Canada (TSN Canada, CCTV China)

14:00 – Denmark v RCF (CCTV China, Match TV Arena Russia)
14:00 – Canada v Korea (TSN Canada, CCTV China, SBS Korea, Polsat Poland)

19:00 – China v Switzerland (CCTV China, SRF, RTS, RSI-CH Switzerland, Polsat Poland)
19:00 – Denmark v United States (Olympic Channel USA, CCTV China)

Tuesday 4 May

09:00 – Italy v Canada (TSN Canada, CCTV China)
09:00 – Japan v RCF (NHK Japan, Match TV Arena Russia, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)

14:00 – Japan v United States (Olympic Channel USA, NHK Japan, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)
14:00 – RCF v China (CCTV China, Match TV Arena Russia)

19:00 – Scotland v Canada (TSN Canada, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)
19:00 – China v United States (Olympic Channel USA, CCTV China)

Wednesday 5 May

09:00 – Estonia v Canada (TSN Canada, CCTV China)
09:00 – Japan v Germany (NHK Japan, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)

14:00 – Japan v Korea (NH Japan, SBS Korea, CCTV China)
14:00 – United States v Sweden (Olympic Channel USA, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)

19:00 – Germany v China (CCTV China, Polsat Poland)
19:00 – Czech Republic v United States (Olympic Channel USA, CCTV China)

Thursday 6 May

09:00 – Italy v Japan (NHK Japan, CCTV China)
09:00 – Canada v Denmark (TSN Canada, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)

14:00 – Canada v Japan (TSN Canada, NHK Japan, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)
14:00 – United States v Switzerland (SRF, RTS, RSI-CH Switzerland, Olympic Channel USA, CCTV China)

19:00 – China v Italy (CCTV China)
19:00 – RCF v Scotland (CCTV China, Match TV Arena Russia, Polsat Poland)

Friday 7 May

09:00 – United States v RCF (NBCSN USA, CCTV China, Match TV Arena Russia)
09:00 – China v Canada (TSN Canada, CCTV China, Eurosport 2 International, Polsat Poland)

14:00 – Switzerland v Germany (SRF, RTS, RSI-CH Switzerland, CCTV China, Polsat Poland)
14:00 – Japan v Estonia (NHK Japan, CCTV China)

19:00 – Qualification Game (TBD)

Saturday 8 May

09:00 – Qualification Game (TBD)

15:00 – Semi-final (TBD)

19:30 – Semi-final (TBD)

Sunday 9 May

08:30 – Bronze Medal (TBD)

13:00 – Gold Medal (TDB)

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Calgary, Canada

21 April 2021
Broadcast
WCTV