Arbiters Corner May

An article from the May edition of the ECU E-Magazine: “The difference between a good arbiter and not the best one – episode 3” by IA Tomasz Delega.

Call of Interest for events in 2022 – Interested arbiters

The ECU Arbiters Council has finalised the list with the arbiters who applied after the “Call of Interest 2022”. This list has been published on the ECU Arbiters Council website and can be found here. According to the “System of appointment of the Arbiters in official ECU Championships” Section III-10, every national federation has to opportunity to send… Read More »

7 Days left for the Call of Interest

Dear colleagues, 2022 is here and a whole new series of OTB events are awaiting for us. If you wish to be appointed as an arbiter in them, remember to fill in the Call of Interest launched by the ECU Arbiters’ Council. You will find all necessary information here and you can click here to submit your application.… Read More »

FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar in Terme Catez, Slovenia – Report

From 14th to 18th November 2021, a FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar was organized in Terme Catez, Slovenia, by the European Chess Union, under the auspices of FIDE. The Lecturer was IA Prokopova, Jirina (CZE), FIDE Lecturer and the Assistant Lecturer was IA Karali, Tania (GRE). The language of the Seminar was English. Sixteen (16) participants from nine (9) Federations (BLR,… Read More »

Arbiters Corner November

An article from the November edition of the ECU E-Magazine: “Flag has fallen for the Rating regulations” by IA Marco Biagioli.