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Official Website of  Bengal Chess Association

The parent body for conducting chess in the state of West Bengal. Formed in the year 2012,  Bengal Chess Association ( BCA) is an affiliate of the All India Chess Federation ( AICF), the apex Body of chess in India from 18th November 2012.

Bengal Chess Association ( BCA ) is responsible for conducting, selection and supporting chess players for Nationals in all age group & senior categories, promoting chess in all Districts and Educational Institutions in West Bengal, and for co ordinating  chess activities and tournaments through out the state.


 

 

Arpita Mukherjee secures runner-up and Mitrabha Guha secures second runner-up position in Dr. N. Mahalingam 28th National Under-17 Chess Championships 2017 in Girls and Open category respectively

Arpita Mukherjee secures runner-up and Mitrabha Guha secures second runner-up position in Dr. N. Mahalingam 28th National Under-17 Chess Championships 2017 in Girls and Open category respectively The tournament went on from 24th October 2017 to 1st  more...

Debarshi Mukherjee and Samrat Ghorai who were part of Uttara Central Chess Club won Walton 2nd Division Chess League-2017 in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Debarshi Mukherjee and Samrat Ghorai who were part of Uttara Central Chess Club won Walton 2nd Division Chess League-2017 in Dhaka, Bangladesh The tournament went on from 22nd to 28th October 2017 at Krira Kaksha, office of Bangladesh Chess Federati more...

IM Arghyadip Das is the only player from West Bengal to qualify for this year's National Premier Chess Championship 2017

IM Arghyadip Das is the only player from West Bengal to qualify for this year's National Premier Chess Championship 2017 It is a 14-player round robin event which will take place from 28th October to 11th November 2017 in Patna, Bihar.  more...

1st Nitai Ghosh Memorial FIDE Rated International Chess Championship 2017

Kaustuv Kundu scored 8 points out of 9 rounds and won the tournament. He remained undefeated throughout the tournament and increased his ELO rating by 33 points. He led tthe tournament from round 1 and only slipped in round 6 when he drew with the to more...