During the 2018-2019 curling season World Curling TV will be broadcasting games live on both traditional television around the world as well as our YouTube channel - Games broadcast on our YouTube channel may be geo-blocked in your country due to broadcasting partnership agreements.

Media Accreditation

The media accreditation process for the 2018-2019 season is now open. In order to apply for media accreditation for events in the 2018-2019 season, complete the form below. Applicants can apply for individual or multiple events. The application process for each event will close two weeks prior to the beginning of the event.

Social Media Guidelines

The WCF encourage everyone involved in the sport of curling to raise awareness of the sport through social media. There are many different social media platforms available to communicate through and these guidelines, available to download below, provides useful hints and tips about communicating effectively via these channels.

Sports Media Trainee Programme

The Sports Media Trainee Programme (formerly Trainee Journalist and Photographer Programme) was established in 2012. It is designed to give aspiring young sports journalists and photographers from around the world the opportunity to gain valuable media experience at international sporting events.

Marketing programme

Marketing programme and details of how to become a partner The World Curling Federation introduced a marketing programme in 2009 to optimise the visibility of sponsors and establish a clear hierarchy of partners and suppliers The programme offers companies the opportunity to be directly associated with the World Curling Federation and benefit from its global exposure and reputation.