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Harrow Chess Club runs 11 teams in Middlesex, Thames Valley and Hillingdon leagues…Adult and Junior players welcome…
Harrow Chess Club runs 11 teams in Middlesex, Thames Valley and Hillingdon leagues…Adult and Junior players welcome…


Our home venue benefits from a spacious and well lit club room.

Prospective members are invited to visit the Club as our guests, play a few games and chat with the Club Secretary and other Members. The Club caters for players of all strengths.

Competitive Chess

As well as hosting informal games and organising competitions between club members, Harrow Chess Club competes in a wide variety of matches against other clubs and Leagues.

Competitions run within the Club include: A Swiss championship, Quickplay, Lightning and Handicap Championships.

We also take part in an annual friendly rapidplay against St Albans.

Teams representing Harrow compete in Middlesex League, Thames Valley League and Hillingdon Chess Leagues.


Harrow Chess Club meets at Harrow High School, Gayton Road, Harrow, HA1 2JG on Thursday nights.    


6:00pm - 10:30pm

Junior Club

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Come along and

play a few games!

Recent Updates:     Blitz Tournament  

Super Sidd!

Colin Crouch Cup

FM Siddharth Jagadeesh played twenty-seven members and guests in the traditional end of season master simul. He scored an impressive 21 wins and 5 draws, with 1 loss. Siddharth (aged 12) recently joined Harrow and is the youngest FIDE master in the club's one hundred and twelve year history. Proceeds from the evening donated to the Colin Crouch Fund.  PHOTOS

Kagik Asryan is the 2019 recipient of the Colin Crouch Cup. The trophy is awarded annually by the Harrow Chess Club committee to a junior member in recognition of special commitment and progress. This season Kagik participated in the club championship and was a regular team player for the Harrow Junior squad. He also qualified for the Southern Gigafinal of the UK Schools’ Chess Challenge having won a silver medal in the Megafinal stage.

AGM photos