The International Chess Federation (FIDE) are targeting inclusion at continental and youth Games after failing with a bid for Paris 2024 Olympic inclusion.
The International Chess Federation (FIDE) has become the latest governing body to officially launch its bid for inclusion at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
International Chess Federation (FIDE) President Arkady Dvorkovich has confirmed the appointment of four continental assistants.
The International Chess Federation (FIDE) have announced they reached a settlement agreement with their former President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov following his suspension from office.
International Chess Federation (FIDE) President Arkady Dvorkovich has targeted increased cooperation with FIFA through a series of joint projects.
The World Chess Federation (FIDE) has named grandmaster Judit Polgar as their honourary vice-president.
Defending champion Ju Wenjun won her opening game as the Women’s World Chess Championships got underway in Khanty-Mansisyk in Russia today.
Belarus will host the 2022 World Chess Olympiad, it has been announced.
Russian President Vladimir Putin held a meeting with members of the national team ahead of the 43rd Chess Olympiad due to start tomorrow in the Georgian city of Batumi.
Bidding has opened for the 2020 World Chess Candidates, the tournament where eight grandmasters play each for the chance of a shot at the World Championship title.
Ukraine's Anna Muzychuk is skipping the ongoing World Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships in Riyadh in protest of the way women are supposedly treated as "secondary creatures" in Saudi Arabia.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) have officially launched the Olympic Refuge Foundation, part of its ongoing campaign to help refugees.
Kirsan Ilyumzhinov has retained his position as President of the International Chess Federation (FIDE) but saw his powers decrease even further following an Extraordinary Presidential Board meeting in Athens.
The opening six games of this year's World Chess Championship have now all been drawn following another stalemate between Norwegian champion Magnus Carlsen and Russian challenger Sergey Karjakin in New York City today.
An appeal from former International Chess Federation (FIDE) general secretary Ignatius Leong of Singapore against a two-year ban has been dismissed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).