But how well do we know each of the curlers? Who was coached by Eve Muirhead's dad? And which member is a keen cyclist?
Here's a round-up of their vital information.
Born in Lockerbie, skip Murdoch has been curling for over 20 years. He won his first World Junior Championship in 1995, retaining it in 1996. He is a six-time Scottish men's curling Champion and three-times European Champion. He also won two World Championship silver medals in 2005 and 2008, two golds in 2006 and 2009 and bronze in 2013.
Murdoch skipped Team GB for his second consecutive Olympic Games in Vancouver in 2010. A keen cyclist, he made his Olympic debut in Turin in 2006 where he was the youngest member of the team.
Hailing from Prestwick and living in Stirling, Andrews was introduced to curling at the age of eight. He was a member of the bronze medal winning team at the World Championships in 2013 alongside his fellow GB Winter Olympic teammates David Murdoch, Thomas Brewster, Michael Goodfellow and Greg Drummond. He also won two silver medals in 2011 and 2012 at the World Championships.
Born and raised in Stirling, Goodfellow was introduced to curling by a family friend. Alongside Tom Brewster, he won the Scottish Curling Championships in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and refers to his 2011 win as the proudest moment of his sporting career. He was also a member of the silver medal winning squad at the World Championships in 2011 and 2012, winning bronze in 2013.
Hailing from Forfar, Drummond made his first appearance at the World Junior Curling Championships in 2007. He has won two silver medals at the World Curling Championships in 2011 and 2012 and bronze in 2013. Drummond's previous coach was Gordon Muirhead, the father of the GB women's team skip Eve Muirhead, who helped him develop from a junior to a senior.
Born in St Andrews and raised in Aberdeen, Brewster, 39, skipped the Scottish junior team to world gold in 1995 before making his senior debut at the World Championships in 2003. He was introduced to curling by his parents and won gold at the European Mixed Championships in 2006 and 2009. He was also skip for the squad that won a silver medal at the 2011 and 2012 World Championships and vice-skip of the rink that won the bronze at the 2013 World Champs in Canada. He is married and has two children.