The original mission of FloorCurling in promoting the sport of Curling has been accomplished with the successful completion of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. Through FloorCurling, more people in Hong Kong and overseas gained awareness of the winter sport of Curling and learnt how to appreciate a Curling game.
In 2022, FloorCurling has taken up a new mission in the sustainable development of inclusive sports and homegrown sports. The Association hopes to spread this mission beyond Hong Kong to other parts of Asia, transcending the spirit of inclusion and originality of homegrown sports.
The Hong Kong FloorCurling Association offers a wide spectrum of programmes for both the curious and the serious! Our services include “Come & Play” for novices to competitive events.
Come & Play
Learn the basics of FloorCurling within 15 minutes! Either drop by FloorCurling Plus or look out for our demos in various events.
The Association organizes around 18 competitions per year. 2022 begins the thematic series of Chinese zodiac FloorCurling competitions.
- Player Training: Players can participate in competitions
- Instructor Training: Train players, issue player certificates, and lead teams for a competition
- Guider Training: Conduct Come&Play sessions
- Workshops: Refresher or latest updates sustaining the FloorCurling development
Fostering teamwork, change management and resilience, FloorCurling is a training tool for staff development programmes in public and private corporations.
Happy moments with FloorCurling make everything ultra-special for someone special to you.
The Association connects with overseas Associations – China, Taiwan, Estonia, Germany, Israel, Kazakhstan, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Macao, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Japan, USA, Canada, Sweden, Thailand and Nepal.
Songs of FloorCurling
同樂趣 (Song of FloorCurling)
Composed by Rock Ng, a FloorCurler. The song comes in both Cantonese and Putonghua lyrics . Sign language is also available.
地壺球夢飛翔 (FloorCurling: Let your dreams take flight)
Composed by Wong Ching (黃呈), an occupational therapist in the Hong Kong United Hospital. The department became very passionate about the inclusive sport of FloorCurling after having organised FloorCurling sessions for their patients.