Curling began in the 16th Century and was played on frozen Scottish lochs. EUCC was founded in 1973. We welcome all abilities, from complete beginners to curlers with years of experience. Curling is also a wheelchair, and disability-friendly sport. It is a sport played on ice, between two teams of 4. The goal is to throw lumps of granite called stones towards a target called the house. The winner is the team who has their stones closer to the centre of the house at the end of each round, called an end. Watch this short video explaining the game:
EUCC train every Wednesday at Murrayfield Ice Rink. Training starts at 14:30 so please arrive by 14:20. Wear warm clothes and bring CLEAN shoes (all other kit is provided)
Our first session is on the 28th of September and is FREE!!
Buses to the ice rink
31- Goes from Chambers street- Get off at Murrayfield Road
12 & 26- Go from Princes Street- Get off at Murrayfield Road
Get in touch!
You can contact us on Instagram (eucurling), on Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Follow the link to purchase a club 1/4 Zip Jumper- very warm and comfy for curling!
Should an individual require a refund – this can only be done by the club you have joined in cash or cheque (at their own discretion). The Sports Union Membership cannot be refunded, and neither can the transaction fee.
You may be eligible for financial assistance to help you take part in sport. You can find more information about the University's Participation Grant and other hardship funds here. Alternatively, email email@example.com for information about the funds available.