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The SCCA is a non-profit body responsible for organising and promoting correspondence chess (CC) in Scotland. It is a full national member of the CC world governing body ICCF (International Correspondence Chess Federation) and an affiliated member of Chess Scotland.

SCCA members are able to play in individual and team events, which may be organised on a domestic or international basis. All popular modes of play - postal, email and webserver - are available. There are various types of membership and entry fees. The simplest method is annual membership, where £10 buys you free entry into all SCCA events and includes four copies of our well-respected e-magazine. Members may also enter ICCF events via the SCCA. ICCF entry fees vary by tournament type.

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Recent News
| SCCA Domestic Events 2016 started | ICCF Grading List 2016/1 published | Magazine 132 published | Friendly Match versus USA starts | ICCF Europa Individual Championships 2016 | ICCF 5th Chess 960 World Cup announced | ICCF President's New Year message | ICCF 2016 World Championship Preliminaries announced | Friendly Match versus Australia starts | ICCF Direct Entry 10th Anniversary Tournament announced | British CC Team Championship 2015-16 | North Atlantic Team Tournament 7 announced | 2016 British Correspondence Chess960 Open | ICCF Olympiad 21 update | SCCA 2016 Membership forms available | ICCF Grading List 2015/4 published | Magazine 131 published | Czech Republic versus Rest of Europe Match announced |


Anniversaries
| Feb 07 SCCA 30 years old | Jan 08 100 Magazines | Mar 08 Website 10 years old | | Apr 11 10 years of e-magazines | Feb 12 SCCA 35 years old | Mar 13 Website 15 years old | Jul 13 50th e-magazine published |


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