GO IN BARCELONA

LA PEDRA GO CLUB

Versiķ en catalā / Versión en castellano

Welcome to the La Pedra Go Club web page. This club is the oldest club in Barcelona; the first players met in 1.979, and since that year the Club has kept its activity on.

Where we are

The current club address is
    C/Julià Portet, 5
    08003 Barcelona, Spain
very close to the old Cathedral.
It is the premises of the Chess Club Barcelona Vulcà, of which we are part.
Look at map to locate the club.

Activities

The meeting day is Tuesday evening, from eight to twelve.

Apart from the weekly meeting, the main Club activity is the organization of the Barcelona Tournament; now we are working for the 23th edition, to play in February 5th and 6th. Look also at previous results.

Contacts

To contact the club, write to .
You can write to if you have anything of general interest for the go players in Catalonia.

If nothing works, try these addresses:

Other playing sites

In Barcelona:

People also plays in a chinese restaurant, in Bailén street, 7, close to Ronda de Sant Pere; meetings are held on Friday and Saturday evening. Contact for further information.

There is a club, GOFME, in the Mathematics and Statistics Faculty of the UPC (Polithecnic University of Catalunya).
Address: Pau Gargallo 5, building O
Meeting day: Wednesday from 11:30 to 14:30, in the class S03.
Contact: Ricard Vilā,
Web page: http://www.gofme.net

In Catalonia:

There is a club located in Sabadell, named Sabadell Kiin, that organize some activities and courses at Enric Cassassas and Sant Gregori primary schools.
This job is done by .

Get in touch with us to obtain information about players living out of Barcelona.

In Spain:

The Spanish Go Association maintains this AEG web page.
For an extensive relation of Go Clubs and players, visit Esparra-GO.

In Andorra:

One go player lives in Andorra, Josep Lluís Ortega. You can access his web page to contact with him.

Other pages

Jordi Gené maintains his own web page, Esparra-GO, devoted to go news in the spanish-speaking and portuguese-speaking countries.


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