The Club is on next Tuesday 12th December 2017 at 6:30pm for Juniors and 7:00 for Adults. The A team is playing the B team in TAFCA league.
The fixtures for TAFCA league are now available.
All fixtures can be viewed in main menu under TAFCA league
NEWS, NEWS…. Alastair Dawson has written a report on the World Senior Chess Championship, Acqui Terme, Italy, 6-19th November 2017 see report here.
The club meets from 7.00pm every Tuesday throughout the Winter.
There are coaching sessions for juniors and adults from 6.30pm.
Dundee Chess Club has 4 teams in the TAFCA League and has entered the Richardson Cup.
The Dundee Chess Club Championship is open to all members.
Matches normally take place on the first Tuesday of each month. See special page for details.
To see Photos of the 2016 TAFCA AGM click here .
Dundee Chess Club was founded in 1847 and is the leading chess club in the area, being the third oldest club in Scotland. We organise chess events and activities for all standards of players, including coaching for both juniors and adults.
We participate in the premier Scottish team event, the Richardson Cup, and enter teams in the Tayside & Fife Chess League (current holders of the Division 1 Championship) and other events including the Scottish National League (where teams are entered jointly with the local Castlehill Chess Club)
With members ranging from Grandmaster to novice we welcome players of all ages and all abilities. Casual games, competitions and tournaments are played in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere.
Why not come along and bring a friend with you!?
A programme of Clubs Events can be found in the sub menu Club Programme under Events.
A report and photos of the Simultaneous given by David Findlay in December 2015 can be found here
The New season of the SNCL starts on Sunday 29th October 2017 if you wish to play please let Alastair Dawson know
The 14th Bobby Gow Memorial was a great event with Dundee chess club turning up to play against Castlehill chess club with 16 players including 3 juniors. Congratulations to Castlehill who won 11.5 to 4.5.