International Correspondence Chess Federation (ICCF)
Fédération internationale des échecs par correspondance
Mezdunarodnaja Federacija Igry v Sahmaty po Perepiske
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1928-02-12 Berlin Germany
12 Feb 1928, Berlin (Germany), as Internationaler Fernschachbund. Reconstituted in 1945 as International Correspondence Chess Association. Present name adopted 1951, Stockholm (Sweden).
Promote study and practice of international correspondence chess; organize and carry out world championships for individuals and teams; promote and arrange international individual and team tournaments.
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Congress (annual). Executive Board, comprising President, General Secretary, Finance Director, World Tournament Director, Marketing Director, Services Director and up to 4 zonal directors. Management Committee, comprising Executive Board and all functional Commissioners. Appeals Commissions (3): Playing Rules; Other ICCF Rules; Arbitration.
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