Burlington Curling Club

The Burlington Curling Club, which was founded in 1952, is located in Burlington, Ontario, Canada.

Burlington Curling Club
Location2295 New Street
Burlington, Ontario
L7R 1J4
Club typeDedicated ice
CCA regionOCA Zone 13
Sheets of iceFive
Rock coloursRed and Yellow         

The club is one of the busiest curling rinks in Canada, being home to over 800 active members.


BCC is a member club of the Ontario Curling Association (OCA). This association divides the province into sixteen zones which are then organized into four regions. This association oversees all curling activities in Ontario. The OCA runs a variety of competitions each year for men, women, and youth. Some competitions lead to provincial championships while others lead to national and, in some cases, international championships. The association also provides training clinics for coaches, ice-technicians, officials, and players.

BCC is in Zone 13, along with 11 other clubs. These include: Burlington Golf and CC, Dundas Granite CC, Dundas Valley CC, Glanford CC, Glendale Golf and CC, Hamilton Victoria CC, Niagara Falls CC, St. Catharine's CC, St. Catharine's Golf and CC, and Welland CC.

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