Two different clubs use the curling rink. They are
Tårnby Curling Club
Margarita Curling Club Denmark.
The rink was built in 2000 and was officially opened on the 1st
of April. The rink consists of 5 lanes which are constantly maintained
by the ice crew. By mid August 2011 the curling rink will be extended
with 2 extra sheets and with its 7 sheets of ice, the rink will be the
biggest curling rink in Denmark.
Tårnby Curling Club and Margarita Curling Club Denmark have over 330
members, which makes them the biggest club in Denmark. TCC has been
active since 1978 and has won many Danish Championships and
International Games. The Club has through the years had many successful
teams that have won many Danish National Championships and International
tournaments along with good results at the European Curling
Championships, European Mixed Championship, World Women's Curling
Championship, World Senior Curling Championships, World Junior Curling
Championships, European Junior Curling Challenge & Olympic Winter Games.
The Rink of TCC and MCC is one of the world’s most modern installations,
with a lot of technical advantages built in with technical assistance
provided by Leif Öhman from Sweden. The Control Room with the aid of
computers handle all the many different temperature readings that are
supplied by sensors that have been installed under the ice, in the
subsoil and in other places around the rink as well.
With the new upcoming extension of the rink, it is our intention to make
the new facilities even better and more high-tech for the curlers at TCC
and MCC Denmark.
Teams from around the world have already been using the rink on many
occasions as preparation for World Championships, Juniors and Seniors.
Hopefully this will continue in the future as it is the club’s
philosophy and aim to help curling teams and curling nations from all
over the world develop at all levels of this Olympic Sport.
The curling rink is not just a curling rink, in the autumn of 2003 a new
building was built to join the existing one. This building has a lift
installed to allow better access for wheelchair-curlers, a
workout/fitness room and other facilities.
For the EMCC & ECCC event there will internet access along with free
Wi-Fi. It is also be possible to get simple food and snacks at the
cafeteria, along with beverages.
The curling rink is situated just 7 kilometers from the centre of
Copenhagen, and approximately 1 kilometer from Copenhagen’s
The rink has hosted many championships during the past 11 years.
Championships include the World Junior-B Championships 4 times , 2000,
2001, 2003, 2004, EJCC 2005, WSCC 2006, EJCC 2007, EJCC 2009 and in 2011
TCC & MCC Denmark will host the EMCC 2011 & ECCC 2011 in October and the
EJCC in January 2012.