Here is a collection of useful Go links. More will be added over time. Please Contact us if you have a suggestion.
Find your country's national Go association, which may have contact information for local clubs.
- The International Go Federation - A group of national associations worldwide.
- The European Go Federation - Organising body for Go in Europe
- The American Go Association - The United States of America's national Go association.
- The Australian Go Association - Australia's national Go association.
- The Canadian Go Association - Canada's national Go association.
- The Indo Amateur Go Association - India's amateur Go association.
- The Korean Baduk Association - Korea's national Go association.
- The Malaysia Weiqi Association - Malaysia's national Go association.
- The Nihon Ki-in - Japan's national Go association.
- The Philippine Go Association - Official Go organization of the Philippines.
- The Singapore Weiqi Association - Singapore's national Go association.
- South African Go Clubs - Information about Go clubs and events in South Africa.
A more extensive list including non-English websites can be found on Sensei's Library.
There are many websites where you can play Go over the internet for free.
- FICGS games server - Play turn-based correspondence Go. Website also has chess and poker competitions.
- Dragon Go Server - A turn-based Go server with a very large international userbase.
- GOmatches.com - A new turn-based server from Europe.
- KGS Go Server - Play and review games online from your browser. A very user-friendly interface.
- Internet Go Server - Play against people worldwide over the internet.
- World Baduk Service - Play Go online. Website also has news and lessons.
- GNU Go - Play Go against your computer for free.
- SmartGo - Go study software for Windows and iPhone/iPod Touch.
A more extensive list can be found on Sensei's Library