Many of the sites below provide further information on teaching bridge. However, undoubtedly one of the best sites on all aspects of bridge is Richard Pavlicek’s “For Bridge Players”
English Bridge Union A range of downloadable straightforward convention cards
Young Chelsea website with a convention card including three Weak 2’s
Playing Bridge Online
Play drop-in bridge, watch matches on VuGraph, participate in forums- what’s not to like? Download their software for free access to their Bridge Library
National Bridge Associations
A range of useful documents on bidding and all the information you might need about playing in the USA
Check out the magazine “Bridge d’Italia” for a perspective on bridge – with style!
Your school French will get a good workout when reading the interesting L’As de Trèfle (ace of clubs) magazine with insights and information on bridge just the other side of the channel
Other bridge associations can be found through the EBL and WBF websites (see below)
Claire Martel’s webpage makes a major contribution to just about every aspect of bridge
Bridgebum (a reference to the great Alan Sontag)
A large set of descriptions of bidding conventions, as well as pages about famous bridge players - such as Warren Buffett -and personal bridge articles.
Conventions, bridge history and much much more.
World Bridge Federation
Has links to National Bridge Organisations as well as news of Major Competitions , a people finder and convention card resources, Useful for holiday planning and oneupmanship
European Bridge League
Has information on upcoming competitions, the laws of bridge, and details on the governance of bridge in Europe
Online bridge newsletter – the stories behind the action
New in Bridge
Daily news and tools to improve your game
A top site for top players
The legend, the website
Paul Gipson's site with his bridge blog and much useful information
Andrew Robson’s articles in the Times include plenty of useful material appropriate for teaching. Please note that a Times subscription is required to view this content.
The Bridge World
Magazine website with a range of useful resources well worth exploring – and including numerous play and defensive quizzes
A lively newsletter with a range of useful resources from the Confederación Sudamericana de Bridge (but available in English!)