Tucson Go Club - play the game of go / baduk / weiqi / weichi / paduk / igo in Tucson with us

Updated 2018 (September)

What we do

Some people call it baduk, weichi, 圍棋, 围棋, 바둑, paduk, go, weiqi, weji, igo, wé-jí, wàih-kèih, uî-kî, 'encirclement board game,' or 'the surrounding game.' But we all agree it's that fun game with the black and white stones on a board of intersecting lines that you can learn in minutes, and explore for a lifetime.

Where and when we meet and play go

We meet at the "Panera Bread" restaurant-bakery at 6129 E. Broadway in Tucson, AZ, every Sunday evening (except for some holidays.) By 3:58pm players are starting to arrive, and we stay until about 8pm. The restaurant closes at 8.

We no longer have regularly scheduled meetings at other coffeeshops or teahouses! One very old website elsewhere on the web has information about where we used to have meetings several years ago, but that is now incorrect / out of date.

More information about us and about go in Tucson and Arizona

Tucson Go Club's Facebook page is also a good way to contact us and ask questions. Please tell us how you found our club!

For more information about playing Go in Tucson or in Arizona, see the American Go Association's Arizona local club directory.

Does it cost money? Oh, it's free

We don't charge any money. If you want to support our hosts, you can buy food and/or beverages at the restaurant-bakery. You can also tell your friends about us and maybe join the American Go Association (AGA)?

Is there a University of Arizona Go/Baduk/Weiqi Club?

Without needing to transfer, you can ride the Broadway / Number 8 bus directly between the University of Arizona and our meeting place. On Sundays the last #8 bus from our meeting location is scheduled to depart for the U. of A. at 8pm. (Last checked 2018 September using bus schedules in effect until 17 Feb. 2019; for updated bus schedules please see the Suntran website for Pima Country public bus system)

Should I come play if I'm in Pima County or Southern Arizona? What about Sahuarita, Oro Valley, Saddlebrooke, or Marana? What if I live in Nogales or Willcox and I visit Tucson?

Yes, thank you for giving us an excuse to mention that we are near (or in) all of those places. :-)

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