Australian Chess Federation

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Australian Chess Federation
Sport Chess
Jurisdiction Australia
Abbreviation ACF
Affiliation FIDE

The Australian Chess Federation (ACF) is dedicated to promoting the game of chess in Australia, and is a member of FIDE, the World Chess Federation. Australia's seven state and territory chess associations constitute the members of the federation.

The ACF produces a free monthly email newsletter featuring local and international news, annotated games and more.

Chess Victoria[edit]

Chess Victoria is one of the seven state and territory associations in the ACF. It was founded in 1938 as the Victorian Chess Association and incorporated in 1983. In 2000 it was renamed Chess Victoria. The organisation's membership is composed of 16 affiliated chess clubs.

Chess Association of Western Australia[edit]

The Chess Association of Western Australia (CAWA) caters for chess players in Western Australia, primarily in and around the City of Perth.

New South Wales Chess Association[edit]

The New South Wales Chess Association (NSWCA) caters for chess players in New South Wales. It was established in 1900 and operates a rating service for its members as well as running a number of tournaments throughout the year. The New South Wales Junior Chess League (NSWJCL), which caters for players under 18 years of age, is affiliated with the NSWCA.[1]

See also[edit]

Australian Chess Championship


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