Broadcast schedule for World Junior Curling Championships 2022

Latvia's Evelina Barone at the World Junior Curling Championships 2020 in Krasnoyarsk, Russia © WCF / Richard Gray

World Curling TV will be broadcasting 16 games from the World Junior Curling Championships 2022 in Jönköping, Sweden.

Additionally, selected sheets during all sessions will be available to view on The Curling Channel’s static cameras provided by CurlCast. These games do not include commentary and can be selected to watch using fewer Recast credits than a full World Curling TV production.

Find the schedule of the World Curling TV coverage in bold and the CurlCast coverage in italics below.

Watch live games exclusively on The Curling Channel in partnership with Recast.

All times are CEST (Central European Summer Time) which is Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) +2 hours.

Sunday 15 May

9:00 – Canada v United states (men)

9:00 – Norway v New Zealand (men) and Germany v Italy (men)

14:00 – Japan v Korea (women)

14:00 – Switzerland v Sweden (women) and Canada v Scotland (women)

19:00 – United States v Scotland (men) and New Zealand v Korea (men) and Sweden v Norway (men)

Monday 16 May

9:00 – Sweden v Norway (women) and Korea v Denmark (women) and Latvia v Japan (women)

14:00 –Italy v Canada (men)

14:00 – Norway v Switzerland (men) and New Zealand v Scotland (men)

19:00 – Japan v United States (women)

19:00 – Scotland v Switzerland (women) and Korea v Norway (women)

Tuesday 17 May

9:00 – Korea v Sweden (men)

9:00 – Germany v Scotland (men) and Switzerland v United States (men)

14:00 – United States v Sweden (women)

14:00 – Denmark v Latvia (women) and Canada v Norway (women)

19:00 – Germany v Unites States (men) and Sweden v New Zealand (men) and Norway v Korea (men)

Wednesday 18 May

9:00 – Canada v Sweden (women)

9:00 – Latvia v Korea (women) and Japan v Denmark (women)

14:00 – United States v Norway (men)

14:00 – Sweden v Italy (men) and Scotland v Canada (men)

19:00 – Latvia v Scotland (women) and Sweden v Japan (women) and Norway v Switzerland (women)

Thursday 19 May

9:00 – Canada v Korea (men) and Switzerland v Germany (men) and Italy v New Zealand (men)

14:00 – United States v Canada (women)

14:00 – Switzerland v Denmark (women) and Scotland v Korea (women)

19:00 – Scotland v Sweden (men)

19:00 – New Zealand v Germany (men) and Korea v Switzerland (men)

Friday 20 May

9:00 – Korea v Canada (women) and Norway v Latvia (women) and Denmark v United States (women)

14:00 – Canada v Sweden (men)

14:00 – Scotland v Switzerland (men) and Korea v Italy (men)

19:00 – Switzerland v Latvia (women)

19:00 – Norway v United States (women) and Denmark v Scotland (women)

Saturday 21 May

14:00 – Germany v Canada semi-final (men)

14:00 – Scotland v Norway semi-final (men)

19:00 – Norway v Sweden semi-final (women)

19:00 – Japan v United States semi-final (women)

Sunday 22 May

9:00 – Gold medal game: Scotland v Germany (men)

9:00 – Bronze medal game: Norway v Canada (men)

14:00 – Gold medal game: Sweden v Japan (women)

14:00 – Bronze medal game: United States v Norway (women)

Read the event preview here.

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Jonkoping, Sweden

9 May 2022
World Juniors