Tallinn Cup
18.-20.10.2018
First International curling tournament in Estonia
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About TC

14th international curling tournament “Tallinn Cup 2018” (TC 2018) will be held on the 18th-20th of October. 

 

"TC" venue is Tondiraba ice arena that hosted World Junior Curling Championships 2015 and will host European Curling Championships 2018! It's the newest sports facility in the city of Tallinn that hosts 3 dedicated curling sheets, 2 hockey rinks, and one multifunctional, 6000-seater arena. For the tournament, we will use 3 dedicated curling sheets.

 

First “TC” was organized in 2005 between 24 competitors, from 2006 until 2011 we had 28 teams each in our tournaments. In 2012 we changed the format to have 42 teams. In 2014 we had 48 teams playing. Since 2015 we are limited to 18 teams.  Read more about Tallinn Cup history here.

 

The honorable winners list include following teams:


2005 - Ryttylän Visa (Finland)

2006 - A-Curling (Finland)
2007 - M-Curling (Finland)
2008 - Redmars (Latvia)
2009 - Kivittäjät (Finland)
2010 - CC Dominant Eye (Finland)
2011 - SKA (Russia)
2012 - Estonian Women's National Team (skip Maile Mölder)
2013 - Olympic College St-Petersburg (Russia)
2014 - SKA (Russia)

2015 - Team Taylor (Scotland)
2016 - Cocktail International (International, skip Brian Gray)

2017 - T-Rink (Lithuania)
2018 - Why not your team?
 

In 13 years we have had in "TC" 376 teams from following countries:
 

  • From Finland 146 teams
  • From Estonia 79 teams
  • From Russia 54 teams
  • From Latvia 46 teams
  • From Lithuania 6 teams
  • From Belarus 4 teams
  • From Switzerland 4 teams
  • From Hungary 2 teams
  • From Kazakhstan 2 teams
  • From Poland 2 teams
  • From Scotland 2 teams
  • From Sweden 2 teams
  • From USA 2 teams
  • From Italy 2 teams
  • From Brazil 1 team
  • From Aland 1 team
  • From Denmark 1 team
  • From Norway 1 team
  • From Czech Republic 1 team
  • From Slovakia 1 team
  • 16 International or mixed teams


We have also had participating players from following countries: Andorra, Canada, Germany and Wales.