Board Game Clubs

The following is a collection of links to board gaming clubs from around the world. This list is hardly comprehensive, but it should get you started!

  • Basement Gamers
    Basement Gamers are a bunch of gamers that live in the Detroit, area drink too much, and love to play games.
  • Billabong Boardgamers
    Billabong Boardgamers are a Melbourne (Australia) based group who play German and other European boardgames on a weekly basis.
  • Boardgame Players Association
    The Boardgame Players Association is a non-profit corporation established to support the shared interests of board game players everywhere.
  • Games Club Of Maryland
    "Our main goal is to have fun. We welcome all gamers from novice to experienced. We play games of all kinds, but mostly board games and card games. We promote a positive mental attitude, good sportsmanship, fair play, flexibility, open mindedness, patience and communication."
  • Got Dice Gamers
    Based in Spring Grove, Illinois, and mainly plays European style board and card games. Includes game reviews, ratings and session reports.
  • Graduate Library Gamers
    The Graduate Library Gamers (GLG) started meeting in 1990 to share their joy for gaming and to show others that good things can truly happen in the workplace.
  • Houston Gamers
    Houston Gamers is a place to find information about gaming in the Houston area. While their site mostly focuses on board gaming, the club has CCG, RPG, and video game fans as well. There's a meeting somewhere in town every week, so check the calendar often!
  • Nagoya EJF Games Club
    A table top game club in Nagoya, Japan: "We play board games, non-collectable card games, traditional games, playing cards and communication games. But, sorry, we don't play video games in Nagoya EJF games club."
  • Plymouth State College Gaming Club
    "Our charter is to bring gaming to the people. Be it role playing games, board games, miniature war-games, or collectable card games. We cover them all. We even throw in some video games here and there. If it's a game, we want to see it played."
  • Rail Baron Fanatics
    A site dedicated to Avalon Hill's Rail Baron board game.
  • Rutgers Unplugged - The Boardgaming Club
    Unplugged aims to provide a regular meeting place and time for Rutgers students and friends to play all kinds of board games, from party games to war games, we cover it all.
  • San Antonio Board Gamers
    An active club that gets together to play board games in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Southside Board Games Club
    A board games club in South Sydney, playing a variety of Euro games. All are welcome! NO membership fees.
  • The Games Club
    The Games Club is THE place to play games in central London.
  • Underground Gamers
    The Underground Gamers are a fun board games club from Worthing in West Sussex. Please feel free to join in and comment on all things board gaming and on the board games you best love to play. Add your thoughts to the discussions on our forum or leave your favourite playing tips and board gaming strategies.
  • Westbank Gamers
    A New Orleans area gaming group whose web site features editorials and articles about gaming, game reviews, rules, and links.
  • Wolverine Gaming Club
    The premiere gaming club at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The mission of the Wolverine Gaming Club is to promote all types of non-gambling gaming in the Ann Arbor area and to support area hobbyists. The Wolverine Gaming Club is host to gaming of many sorts, including board games, card games, role playing games, collectible card games, and miniatures games.

Game-Specific Clubs

Last Update: June 20th, 2011