Niche Bridge Clubs of the World
By Alex J. Coyne (c) 2017 Great Bridge Links
Almost every town you can think of has a local bridge club – and if not, try the town right next to it. Take a look at this page on Great Bridge Links listing various bridge clubs of the world and where to find them. But what about special interest bridge clubs? Here’s our collection of niche and special-interest bridge clubs – use the comments to let us know of those our research missed.
Check out the official homepage of the West London Gay Bridge Club if you’re an LGBTQ bridge player looking for a card partner. Similarly, you can also check out Quick Tricks Bridge Club (currently, it notes to be the only ACBL sanctioned gay bridge club based in Florida, USA) or the Rainbow Bridge Social Club, based in South Wales.
Check out Women’s Online Bridge club if you’re looking for women with a shared interest in cards.
Well, it’s 2017 and so of course there are many online bridge clubs. You can win the game, or masterpoints, or some even offer money prizes. You can find a full list on Great Bridge Links by clicking here.
This event takes place twice a month in Baltimore, Maryland, USA and who knows who you might meet? You can also consider joining bridge events through Meetup, but always use caution when meeting anyone from the internet!
Church of the Foothills is based in California, USA and they recommend you get in touch with the organizer directly (contact information on their page) to find out more about games and book your spot.
Those of faith will very likely enjoy playing bridge with XXX Games are played at a small $1 donation, which goes towards funding various church projects and, obviously, the game itself.
While this isn’t technically a bridge club, kids can join Andrew Robson Bridge Club for courses aimed at teaching children how to play the game. Of course, there are also courses available for adult players, whether they’re advancing rapidly or just starting out.
The Atlanta Junior Bridge club is focused on bringing bridge to younger (but not necessarily less experienced!) players. Keep an eye on the page’s feed for updates on contests, news, upcoming events and more – including print-outs of bridge rules and instructional articles.
Are you a Junior Bridge Player (under 25) interested in learning the game? We have lots of links and ideas for you on our Youth Bridge Page, click here –>