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Become a Member
Membership of Chess Scotland is on an annual basis, apart from life membership, and the table below gives the various types of membership. Included in Full membership, Patron membership and Life membership is one year’s subscription to Scottish Chess magazine at a reduced rate.
All Scottish Chess subscribers outwith the UK should purchase the required added postage.
On this page, you can also place an order separately for Scottish Chess, the current Grading List, or the 100 Club.
|No magazine subscription, but still with the other benefits|
|Junior (Under 17)||£10.00|
|Family Adult||£31.00||Up to both parents and any number of their children under the age of 17|
|Family Junior||£19.00||Any number of juniors under the age of 17 in the one family|
Patron and Life Memberships
|Both of these options include one year’s subscription to Scottish Chess|
|Patron||£80.00||Patron membership also includes a copy of the current grading list|
|Life||£350.00||Life members on their first anniversary will be invited to take out a subscription for Scottish Chess|
|Club membership entitles a member club to free grading of all of its internal club games to a maximum of 500 results (irrespective of whether or not individual players are members of Chess Scotland).|
|Club membership||£33.00||9 or more members|
|Small club membership||£16.50||8 or fewer members|
Chess Scotland publications, and overseas postage
|Magazine (single issue)||£3.50|
|Magazine (single issue – postage to Europe)||£7.00|
|Magazine (single issue – postage to Rest of World)||£10.50|
|Grading List Booklet||£5.00 (inc P&P)|
|Grading List PDF file (distributed by email)||£1.50|
Please note that in order to offset part of the PayPal charge to Chess Scotland, we must charge a small processing fee of 3% for any subscriptions renewed online. This will show up as’ Postage & Packing’ when you complete the registration process.
Pay by cheque or postal order
As an alternative to paying for membership online, you can download a Membership Application form, fill in the the requested details and send to the the Membership Secretary at the address given below, along with a cheque or postal order made payable to Chess Scotland for your fee.
What happens next?
On receipt of your application you will be sent an email showing your:
If you would like any further information please email membership@ChessScotland.com