How to Watch LGT World Women’s Curling: Norway vs. Canada, Start Time, Live Stream from Anywhere
The curling tournament Canada vs. Norway will be broadcast live by the World Curling Federation from the LGT World Women’s Curling Championship in Sandviken, Sweden today. The event will last from March 18 to March 26, 2023.
A few of the tournament’s events will be aired on World Curling TV. The Curling Channel, Eurosport, and channels in Canada, China, Japan, Korea, Poland, Scotland, Sweden, and Switzerland will all carry the games on the schedule below.
All games will be livestreamed on The Curling Channel, with or without commentary, in addition to the fully produced games.
GamePass TV offers access to the championship’s game live stream.
How to Watch Women’s Curling: Norway vs. Canada Live Stream:
Game Date: Mar. 19, 2023
Game Time: 2:00 PM ET
Live Stream Anywhere: GamePass
At the 2023 World Women’s Curling Championship, who will represent Canada?
The selection of the team who will represent Canada in the international arena depends on the results of this year’s Scotties Tournament of Hearts. For 2023, that is Kerri Einarson’s roster.
The previous two World Women’s Curling Championships were participated in by Einarson’s team. The team is broken down as follows:
Skip: Kerri Einarson
Third: Val Sweeting
Second: Shannon Birchard
Lead: Briane Harris
Alternate: Krysten Karwacki
Where will the World Women’s Curling Championship be held in 2023?
Goransson Arena is the location; Sweden is Sandviken.
At the Goransson Arena in Sandviken, Sweden, the global championship for this year is being held.
Sandvikens AIK, a bandy club that competes in the Elitserien, has its home in the arena.
The women’s worlds are being held in Sweden for the fourth time; Sandviken has never hosted the competition before.
It’s possible for broadcasters to alter. Due to agreements with broadcast partners, geo-blocking can be applicable to broadcast games.
Participate in conversations on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Weibo with the World Curling Federation as the LGT World Women’s Curling Championship 2023 approaches.