The European Curling Championships kick off in just over a week on 1st December in Fussen, Germany, in draw 1 Scotland's women's team take on Germany. If you can't make it to Fussen you're not going to see any of draw 1.
Thereafter just make sure your TV and computer screens are set up and sit back and enjoy the rest of the Championships.
Eurosport will be covering many of the games live while CurlTV will be filming other games for webstreaming. Over 20 games in the round robin stage will be covered one way or the other. The closing stages, the page playoff, bronze medal games and the finals will be live on Eurosport.
Featured games could change during the week depending on results but one date for your diary is Sunday 2nd December, that's the day David Murdoch's team take on Germany in the afternoon, the women meet Sweden, skipped by the legendary Anette Norberg, in the evening, both should be great games to watch.
The likely schedule has been posted on the ECF website here.
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