Liverpool Chess Club

Liverpool Chess Club Overview

Liverpool Chess club today is thriving in the heart of Liverpool at our home in The Vines Public house on Lime Street in the centre of Liverpool  which is a tremendous venue in terms of location, vibrance and its perfect atmosphere for playing chess. In 2018/19 season we will have five teams represented in all Divisions 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of the Merseyside Chess Association leagues and Liverpool Juniors who won the first Merseyside Junior League from May 2017 will play in the Junior League

The Club was founded on 15th December 1837 in the Lyceum building in Bold Street, the club is one of, if not the oldest existing chess club in England today although a number of other clubs were founded before 1837. In 1892 Liverpool was seen to be the largest chess club in the world with 150 members

New members are very welcome, we are always looking for new members of all standards to join the club so please join us any Tuesday from 7.30pm or from 6pm -7.30pm for Juniors (aged 7-17)
Free coaching is provided for all members of the club, our Senior players of a variety of styles will gladly help you develop your game and the club run Internal competitions all year round to allow all members to challenge for trophies and places in the various club teams

We also have special events for new members, juniors, and simultaneous displays with Grandmasters and International masters visit the club to challenge up to 20 members at once

Latest News

Maria Rodrigo and Gary Quillan Junior Simul

4th May 2019 Liverpool Chess club juniors along with Wirral and Bluecoat juniors had Simultaneous events today against WFM Maria…

Liverpool 3 win MCA Division 3 Title

25th April 2019 Liverpool 3 travelled to Wallasey tonight needing to win to guarantee the Division 3 title against our…

Malcolm Pein IM simul with Liverpool Juniors

Tuesday 16th April 2019 IM Malcolm Pein takes on Liverpool Juniors in a Simultaneous Event! Liverpool Chess club are very…

Liverpool 2 win Division 2 Title!

Liverpool 2 took on Prescot 1 in their final game of the season knowing that a win would guarantee them…

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