|Scottish Women's Curling Championship|
|2020 host city||Perth|
|2020 arena||Dewars Centre|
|2020 champion||Eve Muirhead|
The Scottish Women's Curling Championship is the national women's curling championship for Scotland. The championship usually decides which team of curlers is sent to the World Women's Curling Championship, but in Olympic years, the winner must play the British Olympic representative to play to determine the Scottish team at the Worlds. Beginning in 2021, Scotland's World Championship teams will be selected by Scottish Curling instead.
- Scottish Men's Curling Championship
- Scottish Mixed Curling Championship
- Scottish Mixed Doubles Curling Championship
- Scottish Junior Curling Championships
- Scottish Schools Curling Championship
- Scottish Wheelchair Curling Championship
- "World Championship Playoff". Scottish Curling. Retrieved 9 September 2019.
- "SCOTTISH CURLING MAKES KEY CHANGE TO MAXIMISE COMPETITIVENESS ON GLOBAL STAGE". Scottish Curling. Retrieved 8 May 2020.
- "Scottish Curling Championships: Eve Muirhead guides rink to eighth title as Bruce Mouat seals three in row". BBC Sport. 15 February 2020. Retrieved 6 March 2020.
- @scottishcurling (14 January 2021). "Following a meeting of our Comps Committee, we are very disappointed to announce the cancellation of the remaining competitions in the 2020-21 calendar. We remain hopeful of some indoor curling towards the end of the season, and look forward to a safe and healthy 2021-22" (Tweet) – via Twitter.