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This page was updated February 22, 2017.

Affiliated clubs and organizations are the greatest asset of US Chess. Without the hard work of the many people connected with our state and local clubs and associations, US Chess would have only a small fraction of our 90,000 members.

Regular affiliation, at $40 per year, includes the right to hold US Chess-rated tournaments, to take commissions on US Chess memberships sold, and to receive Chess Life and bi-monthly Chess Life Kids magazines by mail.

Gold and Silver Affiliates are able to do more for chess by making a higher level of financial commitment. This extra support brings organized chess to more people and helps achieve the long-sought goal of topping the 100,000 mark in US Chess membership. Gold and Silver Affiliates receive special recognition in Chess Life and on the uschess.org website.

Now is the time for your organization's star to rise. Mail a Gold or Silver Affiliate payment with your contact information to: US Chess, Attn: Traci Lee - Gold & Silver Affiliate Program, P.O. Box 3967, Crossville, TN 38557, and see your affiliate shine.


Gold Affiliates

Any affiliate that has submitted at least 50 US Chess memberships during the current or previous calendar year, or is the recognized State Affiliate, is eligible to become a Gold Affiliate. Gold Affiliates are honored in a special list in larger type in Tournament Life each month, giving the affiliate name, address, phone number, e-mail address, and website. Gold Affiliation costs $350 per year, and existing affiliates may subtract $3 for each month remaining on their regular affiliation, or $20 for each month remaining on their Silver Affiliation. By paying $500 instead of $350, Gold Affiliate status may be obtained with no minimum requirement for memberships submitted.


Current Gold Affiliates


  • Bay Area Chess: 2050 Concourse Dr. #42, San Jose, CA 95131.
    Phone:408.409.6596.
    Email: ask@bayareachess.com
    Website: www.bayareachess.com

  • Cajun Chess: 12405 Hillary Step Dr., Olive Branch, MS 38654.
    Phone:504.208.9596. 
    Email:
    cajunchess@yahoo.com
    Website:
    www.cajunchess.com

  • Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis: 4657 Maryland Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63108.
    Phone: 314.361.CHESS 
    Email: info@saintlouischessclub.org 
    Website: www.saintlouischessclub.org

  • ChessIQ: 4957 Oakton Street, Suite 113, Skokie, IL  60077.
    Phone: 847.423.8626  
    Email: sevan@chessiq.com 
    Website: www.chessiq.com

  • Chess NYC: Chess NYC Programs c/o Michael Propper, PO Box 189, 1710 First Ave., New York, NY 10012.
    Phone: 212.475.8130.
    Email: info@chessnyc.com
    Website: www.chessnyc.com

  • Chesskidz Tournaments: P.O. Box 34722, Reno, NV 89533.
    Phone: 775.223.9644  
    Email: vernonryoung@gmail.com 
    Website: www.chesskidz.org

  • Continental Chess Association: PO Box 8482, Pelham, NY 10803.
    Phone:201.347.2269.
    Email: director@chess.us
    Website: http://www.chesstour.com

  • Eagle Chess Academy, Inc.: PO Box 6141, Largo, MD 20774.
    Phone: 301.467.5024.
    Email: tedfagan@eaglechessacademy.com
    Website: https://eaglechessacademy.com/

  • Marshall Chess Club: 23 W. 10th St, New York, NY 10011.
    Phone: 212.477.3716.
    Email: admin@marshallchessclub.org
    Website: www.marshallchessclub.org

  • Oak Hall School Chess Club: 7257 N.W. 4th Blvd., Suite 21, Gainesville, FL 32607.
    Phone: 352.316.1199.
    Email: timtusing@gmail.com

  • PaperClip Pairings: c/o Remy Farrari, 4 Jalapa Ct., Brownsville, TX 78526.
    Phone: 956.621.0377.
    Email: rrferrari@bisd.us

  • San Diego Chess Club: 2225 Sixth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101.
    Phone: 619.752.4377.
    Email: chucnglo@aol.com
    Website: www.sandiegochessclub.org

  • Silver Knights Chess: 8500 Executive Park Avenue #404, Fairfax, VA 22031.
    Phone: 703.574.2070.
    Email: chess@silverknightschess.com
    Website: www.silverknightschess.com



  • Silver Affiliates

    Any affiliate that has submitted at least 25 US Chess memberships during the current or previous calendar year, or is the recognized State Affiliate, is eligible to become a Silver Affiliate. These affiliates will be recognized in a special list in Tournament Life each month, giving the affiliate name, state, and choice of either phone number, e-mail address, or website. Silver Affiliation costs $150 per year, and existing affiliates may subtract $3 for each month remaining on their regular affiliation. Alternatively, for an annual payment of $250.00 (instead of $150), the requirement for a minimum number of US Chess members will be waived.

    Current Silver Affiliates:

 
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