Royal Montreal Curling Club
|Royal Montreal Curling Club
Club de Curling Royal Montréal
|Location||1850 De Maisonneuve Boulevard West
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
|Established||January 27, 1807|
The Royal Montreal Curling Club (French: Club de Curling Royal Montréal) is the oldest curling club in North America, established on January 27, 1807 by a group of Scottish Canadian immigrants in Montreal.
In addition to its status as the oldest curling club on the continent, the Royal Montreal Curling Club is also the oldest active sports club in North America, according to its website.
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- Zawadzki, Edward. The Ultimate Canadian Sports Trivia Book. Dundurn Press. p. 163. ISBN 978-0-88882-237-6.
- "The Royal Montreal Curling Club". The Royal Montreal Curling Club. Retrieved 29 September 2011.
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