21st European Team Chess Championship 2021

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Venue

The European Team Chess Championship 2021 will take place between 11th and 22nd of November at Terme Čatež near Brežice in Slovenia. The event is organized by the Chess Federation of Slovenia under the auspices of the European Chess Union (ECU).

Terme Čatež is a natural and the largest Slovenian health resort, the springs of which were discovered in this area as early as 1797. They offer a wide selection of water and sport activities, congress offers and health services. The thermal centre is undoubtedly a great location to relax and play chess. The official host of the championship is Hotel Spa; accommodation is also available in other hotels, which are part of the Terme Čatež complex.

Championship standing

Team standings based on the current sum of the individual player rankings on the FIDE chart:

Watch the match live on the link below:

Open

  1. Team 1
  2. Team 2
  3. Team 3
  4. Team 4
  5. Team 5

Women

  1. Team 1
  2. Team 2
  3. Team 3
  4. Team 4
  5. Team 5

Sponsors

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European Chess Union Congress

During the championship, a general assembly will take place under the auspices of the European Chess Union, which will be attended by the most important representatives of the organization.
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Slovenian Chess

Slovenia is a country with a successful and long chess tradition. Chess has been in our hearts since the second half of the 19th century, when we excelled in European chess problem. We became recognized in the world of the tournament chess with Dr. Milan Vidmar, also a founder of the first Slovenian chess club.

During the time of Yugoslavia, they organized numerous national and international tournaments, in which Slovenians achieved excellent results.

We have participated in many Olympics and European Championships, and this year we have the honour of hosting the European Team Chess Championship. We have briefly introduced our greatest masters; with whom you’ll be able to compete against, or follow them in the tournament.