The Harvard Chess Club, founded in 1874, is the oldest chess club in the Boston area. We have players as strong as Grandmasters, but welcome players of all strengths. Besides meeting weekly to play, teach, and study chess, our club hosts on-campus tournaments, sends out teams to compete in various intercollegiate matches (such as the annual Harvard-Yale match and the National Championships), and is actively involved in chess programs in the community.
We meet weekly to play chess and hang out every Saturday from 3:00 to 5:00 PM in the Quincy House Bullitt Room on Harvard University's campus. Please find directions to the Bullitt Room below. All Harvard undergrads, grad students, and staff are more than welcome to come and play!
Due to Harvard policy, if you are not a Harvard undergrad or grad student and you'd like to show up to club, please email us at email@example.com
To get to the Bullitt Room: Walk into the Quincy courtyard (58 Plympton St) and find the elevators in New Quincy (they're just inside when you walk up the steps past the picnic tables). You can find the Bullitt Room by going through the door to the right of the elevators and going down the stairs (it's sort of a cramped stairway). Take a left at the bottom of the stairs and you're there! If you need any help getting to the room, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.