Welcome to the Green Bay Chess Association!

   

 

The city's premier chess club!


silloette piecesChess is a great activity for students of all ages, and the new friendships often last a life-time. It is an activity that does not depend on physical size or capabilities. It helps develop logic, memory, and planning - critical problem solving skills. This is something that few other activities do. Best of all it is fun
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The purpose of the Association is to broaden and develop chess as a significant element of cultural life in Wisconsin. The Association cooperates with chess clubs, schools, and other groups and institutions throughout Wisconsin in teaching chess and conducting tournaments.

The Green Bay Chess Association, Inc. is approved by the I.R.S. as a nonprofit, charitable 501 (c) 3 organization for educational purposes, which accepts tax deductible donations. We need your support! All contributions are appreciated. If you would like to make a donation, download our brochure and contact Luke Ludwig at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or mail us directly at Green Bay Chess Association, Inc., c/o Luke Ludwig, 2191 Allouez Ave. Green Bay, WI 54311.

 

 Our chess club meets at two sites!
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 We meet every first Monday of the month at   2498 S. Oneida St. Green Bay, WI.

   
St Joseph Church

We meet at St. Joseph Church, 936 9th St. Green Bay, WI. 

Please park on the 13st. side of the building. We do not meet on Thanksgiving day.


              Club Championship January 18, 2020

The final four players compete in the round robin Green Bay club championship. You can watch the games live.

Scholastic Chess Championship, February 8, 2020
The date is set for this years school championship. The site will be the same place at Washington Middle School. Details are in our flier.

 

43rd Green Bay Open is 

in the Books!

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Congratulations to Erik Santarious. He won the Green Bay Open with 5 points.

 

Click here for the results of the 43rd GBO tournament.

 

Highlights of the 43rd Green Bay Open!  

Channel 26 covers the 43rd GBO.

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5th round Erik vs. Susan Ulrich. Josiah Stein (right) takes 2nd place.   Click on the picture for the video.


We have DGT games from rounds 1-5 from the 43rd GBO.

Feel free to watch them enjoy!


Round 4 game of the Green Bay Open

 

   

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 Rent the Big Chess Set!      Rent is $50 per day. Use of the set is subject to the local  area only! Contact Luke at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for further details.

 

   

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 Check out our 2019 Scholastic Tournament section.

  

   

 Congratulaions to Josiah Stein. He is this yearsBlitz Chess

speed chess champion. Here are the results.

   

Titletown Development Join us at Titletown District across from Lambeau Field! 

We meet at the gameing area every third Wednesday of the month during the summer. We will meet the third Wednesday of September and October from 4-6 pm.