Chess Federations On Chess.com
Join your national federation's official club!

Chess Federations On Chess.com‎

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Chess federations are the pillars of in-person chess throughout the world. They rate chess events, organize national championships, represent their nation in international competitions, and do a great deal to promote chess.

Many federations have official clubs on Chess.com. Join these official clubs to connect with your national community, participate in online championships, and learn more about the services your chess federation offers.

Do you represent a national federation seeking to found an official club or have your club listed here? Email sam@chess.com.

Angola (Federação Angolana de Ajadrez)

Argentina (Federacion Argentina de Ajedrez)

Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan Chess Federation)

Bahamas (Bahamas Chess Federation)

Brazil (Confederacao Brasileira de Xadrez)

Brunei (Brunei Chess Federation)

Cape Verde (Federação Cabo-verdiana de Xadrez)

England (English Chess Federation)

Georgia (Georgian Chess Federation)

Greece (Greek Chess Federation)

Ireland (Irish Chess Union)

Israel (Israeli Chess Federation)

Jamaica (Jamaica Chess Federation)

Kazakhstan (Kazakhstan Chess Federation)

Malta (Malta Chess Federation)

Netherlands (KNSB Nederland)

Pakistan (Chess Federation Of Pakistan)

Philippines (National Chess Federation of the Philipines)

Poland (Polski Zwiazek Szachowy)

Portugal (Federação Portuguesa de Xadrez)

Romania (Romania Chess Federation)

Saudi Arabia (Saudi Chess Federation)

South Korea (Korea Chess Federation)

St. Lucia (St. Lucia Chess Federation)

Sudan (Sudan Chess Federation)

United States (US Chess)

Uruguay (Federación Uruguaya de Ajedrez)

Venezuela (Federación Venezolana de Ajedrez)

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