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🖇️ Affiliates 🤝

Clubs ♣️

🌺 Rochester Chess

Website 🌎️  USCF Results 🔥

 All Ages  •  Rated 

Rochester Chess is a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit whose mission is to provide a safe and inclusive environment for youth and adults to play chess and to receive chess instruction. In particular, Rochester Chess is committed to improving academic performance and self-esteem of underserved youth in our community.

🌆 Twin Cities Metro Chess

Website 🌎️

 21+ Social 

Twin Cities Metropolitan Chess Club is a social chess club. We are building a new community of chess players that will meet at coffee shops and parks during the warm months and then shift over to the bars and coffee shops during the colder months. Most games are unrated and casual, both with and without clocks. Players of all ages and skill levels are welcome! Events are located in the Twin Cities and its southern suburbs.

💥 This space is available for more affiliates! See below to learn how you can become an MSCA affiliate...

Other Links 🔗

♟️ MSCA Facebook

♟️ MSCA Chess.com Club

♟️ MN High School Chess League

♟️ USCF MN Top 200

♟️ USCF Player Lookup

♟️ FIDE USA Top 100

♟️ FIDE Player Lookup

Neighboring States ↔️

♟️ Wisconsin

♟️ Iowa

♟️ Chess in Iowa

♟️ South Dakota

♟️ North Dakota

 Notes on Labels 

These may be general guidelines and not hard and fast rules. Clubs marked as “rated” may also hold casual events.

🖇️ About MSCA Affiliates

Affiliate memberships facilitate ongoing collaboration with the MSCA as we work together to grow Minnesota’s chess community. Affiliates might be clubs, individual coaches, or other chess organizations. There is a 3-step process to become a registered MSCA affiliate.

📝 Read and sign the affiliate agreement, and return it to us at msca.board@gmail.com.

🎫 Pay the annual membership fee on our “Join” page.

🌍️ Provide your organizational information to be included on the MSCA affiliate page: Your name, website, and a brief description of what you’re about.

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