The ECF members club is a founder member of the chess.com Nations league and played in Seasons 1, 2 and 3 of the competition, fielding an England team in the top division 1 which consists of 12 National Teams.
You can find the full set of England matches with individual games on the chess.com ECF members club matches page here:
Seasons 1 and 2
Details of Seasons 1 and 2 can be found here.
We came third in Season 3 in 2021 with teams and final standings as follows:
Season 4 – Feb to April 2022
The most recent Nations League Season 4 ran from February to April 2022 with have weekly matches on 6 Sundays from February to April. The England team took part with a team from the ECF Members club as with previous seasons. There was a single premier division in the Nations league as below with a minimum of 10 boards for Rapid and Blitz:
Each match consisted of a rapid and blitz segment as follow:
Rapid 15min+2 sec
Blitz 3 min+2sec
Each segment consisted of two games against the opposing board.
Each segment is weighted equally – if a team wins both segments, they earn a full match point, if one team wins the rapid and the other team wins the blitz, it is a tied match. In case one segment is tied, the team that wins the other segment will receive the full match point. Game points are not relevant in determining the winner of the match, only the result of each segment (win, loss, draw).
Entry will be open to all members of the ECF members team on chess.com – https://www.chess.com/club/english-chess-federation-members
Season 4 Teams
Argentina (Federacion Argentina de Ajedrez),
Canada (Chess Federation of Canada),
England (English Chess Federation)
Greece (Greek Chess Federation)
Jamaica (Jamaica Chess Federation)
Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyz Republic)
Romania (Romania Chess Federation)
Tahiti (Federation Tahitienne des echecs)
United States (US Chess)
Uruguay (Uruguay Open)
Fixtures and Results
Results and Final Standings after round 6.
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