This is a list of our bridge friends in Ireland. We shall attempt to keep this list updated, and request that your help and assistance. If any visitor has any knowledge of additional bridge clubs in the country of Ireland not listed here, it would be greatly appreciated if this information is contributed for the benefit of others.
Contract Bridge Association of Ireland
Also known as the CBAI. The Contract Bridge Association was founded in 1932. It is the official regulator for the recognized game of Contract Duplicate Bridge in this part of the island. As such, any changes to the worldwide rules are passed to us and then to our members. The CBAI structure divides the country into twelve geographical Regions. The CBAI Regions are: North Eastern, South Midland, Dublin North, Western, Northern, South Munster, Dublin South, North Western, North Midland, North Munster, South Eastern, Eastern.
Dublin North Region - Dublin North Region was born in February 1989 when the Dublin region was divided into two entities to be known as Dublin South Region and Dublin North Region. All the Clubs on the North Side of the Liffey were transferred into D.N.R along with the Club in Trinity College.
Dublin City North - The Dublin City North is a geographical area as set out by the Executive Committee of the Contract Bridge Association of Ireland.
Dublin City South - The Dublin City South is a geographical area as set out by the Executive Committee of the Contract Bridge Association of Ireland.
Glasnevin Bridge Club - Founded in the year 1970 this bridge club caters for all grades of player from novices to masters. The Glasnevin Bridge Club is fully affiliated with the Contract Bridge Association of Ireland.
Kelvin Malone Bridge Centre - Formed in 1933, Kelvin Bridge Club merged with Malone Bridge Club in 1974 to become Kelvin & Malone Bridge Club, North Ireland's oldest bridge club.
Northern Ireland Bridge Union - At this Website, the visitor can find The latest: fixture details, NIBU results and weekly Club results from Cooke, the Boat Club and Balmoral. The NIBU is a member of the Irish Bridge Union and is affiliated to Bridge Great Britain. It is a Union of Clubs grouped into six areas. Antrim/Derry, Armagh/South Down, Belfast, East Down, North Down, Fermanagh/Tyrone. There are 39 Clubs throughout Northern Ireland now actively affiliated to the NIBU.
Affiliated Bridge Clubs - This is a .pdf file and will be automatically opened by your browser.
North Midland Region
North Midland Region Bridge Clubs
Templeogue Castle Community Bridge Centre - This purpose-built complex is located on Templeogue Road, opposite Cheeverstown House. It is available for the sole use of Bridge players and took almost three years to develop, following the generous decision by South Dublin County Council to provide a suitable site. The Bridge Centre 'opened its doors' in April 1999 and is now 'home' to five different Bridge Clubs who conduct their own affairs independently of each other and have total autonomy.
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