Curling Team

About us

Harrikada Neguko Kirol Kluba is a curling club founded in 2013 in Vitoria-Gasteiz.

The club’s goal is to offer to its members the required infrastructure to practice Curling, which is not very known in our surroundings, as well as to promote it in order to attract new players.This way, Harrikada has 3 main activities:

• Weekly trainings every Friday evening and Sunday midday at the Bakh’s ice rink. This allows us keeping a constant contact with the ice and improving relationships between club members.

• Attend to friendly tournaments and specific trainings. Considering the fact that every weekend there is at least one tournament somewhere in Europe, curling practicing is a big incentive to travel in a different way. Besides, we leverage Jaca’s ice rink to do specific trainings

• Participation in official tournaments. National Championships are celebrated every year and give us the opportunity to compete, learn and get along with other curling clubs.

In short, Harrikada tries to be a friendly place for those people who want to play curling and enjoy a nice social environment.


Test it

To play curling it is not necessary to be able to ice skate or to be in a special shape. Curling is a sport that everybody can play.

It is not necessary a special clothe equipment and we can lend you a basic equipment so you can start (broom and shoes).

In some days you will have clear the game concepts and in less than a month you will get a basic level to play. Later, it will depend on you, until where you want to reach…

If you are interested and want to know more, just contact us and we will arrange a day with you in the ice rink.




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San Prudencio curling cup

Every April, Harrikada organizes the only Curling competition that currently exists in the Basque Country, the San Prudencio Curling Cup.

About 100 people from different countries around the world come to Vitoria-Gasteiz to practice Curling for 3 days.

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