• 5th Singapore Amateur Chess Championship 2019 30th November 2019 to 05th December 2019 at Cairnhill CC. A qualifying tournament for the National Junior Squad 2020.
  • 36th National Age-Group Chess Championships 2019 27th-30th December 2019. A qualifying tournament for the National Junior Squad 2020.
  • 71st SINGAPORE NATIONAL CHESS CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019 (Open & Women) - Dr Wong Yip Chong Cup 31st Dec 2019 to 19th January 2020 SCF (51 Bishan Street 13, #02-01A SIGC Singapore 579799).

HPA Dialogue - Connecting the Dots (17 Oct 2014)

updated 08 Oct 2014

The HPA (High Participation in Chess) Committee invites you to join us for a 2.5hr dialogue session. The 2nd edition of "Connecting the Dots" is to invite chess stakeholders to put their brains to improve the overall Chess scene in Singapore. While SCF efforts in promoting Chess to the general public is important, there are other areas that we can further develop to improve Chess experience and play in Singapore. I hope members from our fraternity will actively participate in this annual dialogue so as to bring success of Chess in Singapore.

Date: 17 Oct 2014
Venue: SCF, 51 Bishan Street 13, #02-01A SIGC (Bishan CC),
            Singapore 579799
Time: 7.30 pm to 10 pm


  1. Shaping Our Chess Future; Our Players and Their Values;
    We had taken our first step by introducing Character Development during our competitions; Do you see this is positive step step ahead? What sort of character values shall we want to see among our Chess players? 

  2. Calendar 2015 and Beyond
    Discussion on the Chess events and tournaments ; Establish a better format for the future Chess Grand Prix

  3. Let's Play Chess
    Invite passionate chess lovers to brainstorm ways to bring chess to the larger community.

  4. Chess Cares
    How we as a Community to Engage the larger community of Singapore and especially in sharing our chess (joy) to the Needy or Challenged citizens to help them in improving their lives.

  5. Connecting the Dots
    SCF-Chess fraternity in partnership as to achieve bigger things for SG Chess.


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