Catch Curling Champs at American Dream 

With a coveted berth in the 2025 Olympic Team Trials at stake, the men and women curling championships take the ice at American Dream Meadowlands in East Rutherford starting Monday, Jan. 29 and continuing until Sunday, Feb. 4.

This is the highest level of curling competition to be hosted in the New York City area, according to USA Curling. An NHL regulation size ice rink, The Rink at American Dream offers fans three levels of viewing options: 

  • Premium — located on the second floor Mezzanine, with exclusive bar access with a selection of drinks available for purchase.
  • Ice Level — the closest to the action 
  • Upper Level Standing — the highest vantage point and the most affordable ticket option

“It is exciting to see how the team at USA Curling is creating a world-class event for our athletes—and making it happen in such a unique location,” said Dean Gemmell, CEO of USA Curling. 

“The Rink and the mall setting offers us a great opportunity to reach more casual fans, while being in the country’s largest media market provides terrific exposure for our elite players,” Gemmell added.

Read more: Olympic Hopefuls Take to the Ice for Curling Championships at American Dream

Gold Medalists and Other Olympians Will Compete

Fans at The Rink will witness top-notch competition with 11 Olympians slated to compete, including the 2018 Olympic gold medalists.

Numerous past national champions will also be on the ice. And a player who once chased down quarterbacks at adjacent MetLife Stadium will be there. Jared Allen, former All-Pro who turned his athletic focus to curling after retiring from the NFL, is a member of Team Ruohenen.

High Stakes for Championship Titles

Sixteen teams, eight in each category for the men and women, will vie for the championship titles. Opening ceremonies will be held at 5:45 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 29. Qualifying round play begins that evening with a Women’s Session at 7 p.m. 

Play continues all week with the championship finals on Feb. 4 at 12 p.m. (Women) and 4 p.m. (Men). View the full competition schedule here.

The winning women’s team will represent the United States at the 2024 World Women’s Curling Championships in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada, while the men’s champion will head to the 2024 World Men’s Curling Championships in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. 

To purchase tickets and see the entire schedule, visit the USA Curling website. Both Single-Day and Full Event passes are offered. 

Private group packages with an on-ice experience for you and your guests are also available — email for more information. For media inquiries, email 

Meet The Stars

Jared Allen: Four time NFL All-Pro turned to curling after retiring from football and now has his sights set on the Olympics. Watch him compete for a national title.

John Shuster is a five time Olympian and two-time Olympic medalist. He led his team to a historic gold medal win in PyeongChang in 2018. John has represented the United States in eleven World Championships and has won nine National Championships. He is the 2023 Men’s National Champion will be defending his title at The Rink.

About USA Curling

Founded in 1958 and headquartered in Eagan, Minnesota, USA Curling is the National Governing body for the Olympic sport of curling and the Paralympic sport of wheelchair curling in the United States.

The mission of USA Curling is to grow, strengthen, and advocate for the Olympic and Paralympic sport of curling in the United States by prioritizing accessibility and programmatic development from grassroots to podium. USA Curling is sponsored by Columbia Sportswear, Twin Cities Orthopedics, Training HAUS, Toyota, ISS (Ice, Sports & Solar), Rock Solid Productions, IHG, and Laurie Artiss. USA Curling is a proud member of the World Curling Federation and the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee. To learn more, visit

Cindy Capitani is the Communications & Content Manager at the Meadowlands Chamber. Send press releases and inquiries to