Welcome to the Chichester Chess Club Website

 

Pictured: Members of the Chichester Chess Club.

 Once again congratulations to our A Team and captain Bill McDougall, on becoming the Portsmouth Chess League Champions for the fourth year in succession.

Also congratulations to the B team and captain Mick Plumb on  winning the Second Division title.  And Congratulations to Jaimie Wilson and his team for winning the Cole Cup for the first time after several near misses in recent seasons, which rounded off another excellent season for the Club

The full results, Individual averages and final league tables of the season can be found on the Portsmouth League results page.

We meet on Monday evenings from 7.15 pm at The Fishbourne Centre, Blackboy Lane, Fishbourne. The Centre offers us excellent facilities for playing chess. Please click on the “how to find us” page. Also from here you will find a link to The Fishbourne Centre’s own website which sets out the many activities the Centre has to offer.

We are a friendly and welcoming chess club catering for all standards of play from beginners to County players. It is not known when the club was first formed but we have records going back well over 100 years.

We run three internal club competitions and also, combined with the Bognor and Arun Chess Club, enter four teams in the Portsmouth and District Chess League but, if preferred, there is also the opportunity to play a more casual form of chess. So anyone of any standard is welcome to come along to see if playing in a club environment is for you. Ladies and juniors are particularly welcome.


All the news you need to know about Sussex edited by Mick Plumb can be read by clicking here: Sussex Chess News.

Bognor and Arun Chess Club

Free weekly chess sessions for girls and boys (aged 6-18) of all standards from all schools welcome at The Regis School Wednesdays, during term time 5.15pm drop-off and 6.30pm pick-up. To register, contact John Hargreaves johnhrgrvs11@googlemail.com (07855 580609) asap and by December 20th 2019