DONATE TODAY TO THE FSCL
and your contribution will go to cover the financial costs incurred to a chess player when they win either South or North Tournaments. FSCL also covers the financial costs incurred to a chess player when they are winners of the F.I.S.S. State Chess Championship. We believe that chess should be played amongst everyone, that a winner can rise from anywhere and we welcome only the most competitive chess players in Miami Dade Public Schools, Broward County and all regions that make up the many FSCL Chess Members and their families in the State of Florida.
When FSCL's chess players become Champions, as a result of one of our FSCL Sanctioned Chess Tournaments, the FSCL does everything in its power to provide the Chess Champions in Sections K-1, K-3, K-5, K-8 & K12 with a Travel Stipend to aid in the travel cost, as well as pay for their tournament registration fee. The champion and their family should have one thing to worry about, what to pack?! The FSCL also pays a stipend towards food, hotel (at the tournament location), parking (if applicable), and if the funds permit, some extra spending cash for the chess player to be spend on-site at the tournament chess store. This is ONLY POSSIBLE WITH YOUR DONATIONS.
Getting all those fees, travel costs covered for a student is a huge deal for families and so we raise funds by producing tournaments that are sanctioned by the FSCL that allow all our students (Public, Private and Home Schooled), your children to play against some of today's fastest, sharpest scholastic chess minds in FLORIDA. Our tournaments allow your children to have an opportunity to participate at the National Level, the UCSF National Tournaments.
We are proud of all the players. FSCL students are incredibly competitive and strategic in their games. Definitely a force to be reckoned with. We are certain that our FSCL Champions will represent our Chess League with pride and honor.
For a list of the Tournaments the FSCL sponsors, click here.
DONATE Today and keep promoting chess in the State of Florida.