The Oxford Student Go Society normally meets 7.30pm- late on a Wednesday in weeks 1-8 of the Oxford University term. to play the oriental board game Go  – Japanese: 囲碁 (Igo), Chinese: 围棋/圍棋(WéiQí [Wei-Ch'i]), Korean: 바둑 (Baduk/Paduk).
We welcome complete beginners, and can teach you.
Contact the Club Secretary (Tom Baker -- see details below) to join the "GoSoc" mailing list – get the latest news.
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We meet in the JCR (AKA the Danson Room) of St Anne’s College , Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HS
Usually Wednesdays, 7.30 p.m. till late. Come along whenever it suits you. Tom's mobile number is 07580 444893, if you get lost!
N.B. We meet in term-time (Oxford University, weeks 1-8) only. However, the Oxford City Go Club  holds meetings, on Tuesdays and Thursday, throughout the rest of the year, and we are welcome to join them – for free!
Hilary Term 2012-13: Week 1 (Wed 15 January) -- Week 8 (Wed 6 March) 2013 Trinity Term 2012-13: Week 1 (Wed 24 April) -- Week 8 (Wed 19 June) 2013
We meet in the JCR (AKA the Danson Room) of St Anne’s College , Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HS. See map above
Membership of the Student Go Society is open to all students/members of Oxford University, and we welcome visitors of all strengths from elsewhere, particularly Oxford Brookes. All members of our Club automatically have full visitor rights at the Oxford City Go Club , which meets on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
As well as providing boards and stones, for Club use, we have a small lending library.
We are affiliated to the British Go Association .
The Club was founded in 1965, and held its early meetings in Trinity College, Oxford. The then Secretary, Derek Hunter, went on to serve as Secretary of the British Go Association for many years. The Club hosted the first British Go Congress in Jesus College, Oxford, on 22nd-24th March 1968, when 57 players from all over Great Britain took part. Since then, and starting in 1983, the Club has hosted (or co-hosted) over 20 Go tournaments in Oxford.
Over the years, we have played several matches against the Cambridge University Go Society. Unfortunately, they have usually been stronger us. However, there was one memorable occasion, in November 1973, when Oxford beat Cambridge by 10 games to 6. In February 2012 we won 8-7.
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