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Revision as of 11:21, 19 June 2014

One of the key strengths of the SCRABBLE game is that it can be enjoyed at many different levels. Recognizing that not everyone wants to learn a set of tournament rules or even study the official word list, we established our list of Recreational Clubs in July 2013. We hope that after you have played at a Recreational Club for a while, you'll want to see if you've got what it takes at one of our competitive clubs.

Establishing a Recreational Club

If you are a NASPA member, you can set up a Recreational Club by emailing us at info@scrabbleplayers.org with the following information:

  1. Name of your club, if any (e.g., SCRABBLE Players of Anytown)
  2. Meeting schedule (e.g., Tuesdays at 6:00 P.M.)
  3. Meeting location (e.g., Anytown Community Ctr, 123 Main Street)
  4. Nearest town or city
  5. State or province (for trademark reasons, you must operate in the United States or Canada)
  6. Your name and contact information as you want it to appear
  7. Your NASPA membership ID

and your agreement that you will abide by the Code of Conduct and the list of responsibilities of all directors.

Recreational vs. Competitive Club: What are the differences?

Competitive Recreational
Director Certification Must have a certified Director Can be operated by a regular member
Exclusivity 50-mile exclusion on other competitive clubs on same night of week none
Rules Must abide by Code of Conduct, Rules and Director's Manual Must abide by Code of Conduct
Records Accomplishments officially recognized
in our Records page
Play is considered informal,
not for records
Insurance Club activities are covered by NASPA's
Liability Insurance Certificate

Recreational Club Roster



Unofficial Davis SCRABBLE Club
Davis Farmers' Market and then Crepeville (Apr-Oct). Just at Crepeville, (Nov-Mar). Both located at 3rd and C streets.
Wednesdays at 6:00 P.M.
Nikhil Joshi 530-867-3694 nikhil.joshi1974@yahoo.com

Tustin (between Irvine and Santa Ana)

2130 Chandler Drive, Tustin, CA 92782
1st and 3rd Thursdays at 10:00 A.M. No fee, lunch and equipment provided.
Maliha Mendoza Mahmood maliha.mendoza@gmail.com or maliha@wordjudgeusa.com

New York


Brooklyn NASPA Club #28
Call director for various times and places.
Alan Hecht  

718 252 2161

Other contact:  



Oklahoma City

Monday 5:00—9:00 P.M.
Please call Glenda Short at 405 620 1711 for location.



The Cornwall Scrabble Club
Cornwall Public Library, 45 Second St. East, Cornwall
Thursdays at 1:30 P.M.
Vivianne Panizzon vpanizzon@cogeco.ca


SCRABBLE in the City
Go Lounge, 1718 Queen St West
Thursdays 6:00-9:00 P.M.
Roger Cullman 416-995-7643 rogercullman@gmail.com



Oregon Coast Drop-In SCRABBLE Club
Bier One, 424 SW Highway 101. Admission restricted by venue to ages 21 and over.
Thursdays beginning around 6:00 P.M.
Stephanie Brown 541-961-1823 OCDscrabble@groups.facebook.com