Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

Chess Scotland

The home of Chess in Scotland

How to get a FIDE ID (FIN)

Quick info: (May 2022) To request a player is added to the FIDE database an individual or parent of a junior should please complete the FIDE ID Application form and send to grading@chessscotland.com  The player will be added to the FIDE database with a unique FIDE ID pixlr download kostenlos.

There is no charge. Players do not need to be CS members.

The only information which Chess Scotland provides to FIDE is the player name, year of birth and gender passwort generator kostenlos downloaden.

FIDE ID allocation is usually immediate, and the player will be added to the FIDE database with a unique FIDE ID.

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Operation Procedure: How to get a FIDE ID (FIN)

It is a requirement that every player who participates in an event which is submitted for FIDE rating has a valid FIN (FIDE ID Number) linkedin logo herunterladen.

Chess Scotland can create new FIDE IDs for any player who does not already have an ID.

Chess Scotland can only create IDs for players with the federation designation of SCO for Scotland iphone bilder aus internet herunterladen.

Chess Scotland has a policy on which players are permitted to have a FIDE ID with the Scotland designation. The eligibility requirements for the initial allocation of a FIDE ID with a SCO designation are:

1) Was the player born in Scotland tiptoi lieder kostenlos?

2) Was either of the player’s parents born in Scotland?

3) Has the player been resident in Scotland for at least two years* immediately prior to the date of receipt of an application to Chess Scotland for an initial FIDE registration or a transfer to Scotland rufus herunterladen?
(*This period is one year for a junior under the age of 18 at the time of receipt of the application.)

A positive response to any one of the above three questions would mean that the player is eligible for the allocation of a FIDE ID with the Scotland designation wo kann man 4k filmeen. If a player cannot meet any of the eligibility grounds indicated above, then Chess Scotland will decline to create a FIDE ID for that player. The player is advised to seek an ID from their home federation herunterladen.

Juniors under 16
Chess Scotland require that a parent or guardian of a player under the age of 16 confirms their wish to have their child allocated a FIDE ID herunterladen. (please see application form)

Temporary residents
The eligibility provision on residency is intended to apply to those who are normally resident in Scotland and intend to continue living in Scotland rather than those who are only here on a temporary basis ios 10en ipad 2. For example a residence qualification is therefore not available to students (with course structures based on years/terms/semesters) who intend to return to a home or position outside Scotland after graduation or others who are only temporarily located in Scotland. In those cases a FIDE registration should be sought from the “home” country.

Transfer Fees
If a player wishes to transfer away from Scotland to a different federation, they should be aware that FIDE will impose an administration fee. The current (Jan 2022) minimum fee is 50 euros with significantly higher costs for strong titled players. If a player is eligible for more than one federation, they should consider the potential cost of changing later to a different federation before they request an initial Scotland registration. If a player with a Scotland registration leaves the country they may have restricted rights to play in certain events in their new country of residence in which case a transfer may be required. Players wishing to transfer from another federation to Scotland must meet the eligibility requirements and any costs associated with the transfer – they should contact the Chess Scotland International Rating Officer for detailed advice on transfer requirements.

Chess Scotland officials will provide information, advice and assistance with regard to player eligibility for FIDE registration.

If a player wants to participate in a FIDE rated event but cannot meet any of the eligibility grounds indicated above then Chess Scotland will decline to create a FIDE ID for that player. The player is advised to seek an ID from their home federation.

If an event wants data to be submitted for FIDE rating, they must ensure that all players have or will be able to secure a valid ID prior to submission of the event for FIDE rating. Chess Scotland officials will provide information, advice and assistance with regard to player eligibility for Scotland registration. We strongly advise that FIDE ID issues should be resolved prior to a player participating in an event. Failure to do so may incur extra fees for the organiser or invalidate the event for FIDE submission.

We strongly advise that FIDE ID issues should be resolved prior to a player participating in an event.