Help San Francisco Bay Area Curling Club name our Ice King! The winning name and credit to the person who submitted the name (if desired) will be immortalized on the Ice King for all to see.
Every donation of $10 or more gives you the right to submit a name for contention into our tournament style bracket challenge! For each dollar above $10 that you donate, your submission will start with an extra vote in the Contender Round (for example, a $25 donation starts with 15 votes). Submissions must be family friendly and we reserve to the right to reject a submission and refund the donation for anything we feel to be inappropriate. In the event the same or a substantially similar name is submitted by multiple people, credit will go to the first to submit the name and the donations will be totaled for the Contender Round. View the names that have already been submitted here.
Contender Round (April 2 – April 6, 11:59pm PT)
Voting during the Contender Round will narrow the field to the nearest bracket-friendly number (16, 32, 64, etc) with a max of 64 names. The surviving names will be seeded based on their vote totals during the round.*
Knockout Rounds (open April 7)
Names will be bracketed according to their seeding. Voting will open for each head-to-head match-up during the round. Winners of each head-to-head remain in; losers are out. Each Knockout Round will eliminate half the names until only 1 champion remains!*
*Tie-breakers: 1st – number of unique donors during round; 2nd – largest single donation during round; 3rd – coin toss
Our mission is to expand the sport of curling and train athletes of all ages and abilities. We are the oldest arena ice club in the fastest-growing curling region in the country and we have been recognized as a national leader in training new curlers and expanding the sport across a diverse population.
The San Francisco Bay Area Curling Club’s mission is to expand the sport of curling and train athletes of all ages and abilities. We are the oldest arena ice club in the fastest-growing curling region in the country and has been recognized as a national leader in training new curlers and expanding the sport across a diverse population.
SFBACC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization