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Harrow Chess Club competes in Middlesex, Thames Valley, and Hillingdon leagues…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 Victoria Hall, Sheepcote Road, Harrow, HA1 2JE on Thursday nights.    


7:30pm - 10:30pm

Junior Club

5:45pm - 7:30pm

Come along and

play a few games!

Super Eight!

Harrow Juniors took a record eight titles at the recent Middlesex Megafinals of the UK Schools Chess Challenge. Appearing above are Aarav Balaji (U11 Supremo); Maya Valecha (U13 Suprema); Jagdeep Dhemrait (U16 Supremo); Nikhil Valecha (U7 joint winner); Siena Gurjar (U7 Suprema); Kyal Shah (U8 Supremo). These six, along with Harshil Mehta (U14 Supremo) and Mairaj Mobeeen (U18 Supremo), now qualify for the Southern Gigafinal in July.

Roshan flies the Flag!

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Harrow junior member Roshan Gurjar returned recently from England duty at the World Schools Individual Chess Championships in Iasi, Romania. He scored 5/9 in the Open U9 section with a commendable performance, to finish joint 25th from a field of 89 players.