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Cédric Lorenzini, champion d'Europe de Bridge 2016 © bertolin
Thomas Bessis et Cédric Lorenzini, les français champions d’Europe de Bridge
Le bridge, dès l'enfance... Championnat Junior
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Lyon 2017 World Bridge Championships

From the 12th to the 26th of August 2017, at Lyon's Cité Internationale Convention Centre.

This summer, Lyon will become the world capital of bridge!

The city has been selected to host the 43rd World Team Championships and the 1st International of France Open this summer. More than 2000 participants from all horizons are expected, representing 50 countries.

The event is being organised by the French Bridge Federation and the WBF.

Beyond the competition, it is an event open to all, including professionals, amateurs and beginners. In short, it will be a huge celebration of bridge!

The ultimate cerebral sport, successive bridge competitions will include:

  • World Team Championships (Open series: Bermuda Bowl)
  • World Team Championships (Women series: Venice Cup)
  • World Team Championships (D'Orsi Senior Trophy)
  • A transnational championship 
  • Juniors, Girls, Under 20s, Under 16s
  • The 1st International of France 
  • The Grand Prix of Lyon

Did you know?

  • The World Bridge Federation is recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
  • There are some 70 million bridge players in the world, including 2.5 million in France
  • France excels in this discipline, having won many international titles.
  • Bridge helps improve mathematical abilities, memory, concentration, decision-making, strategy and stress management. 
  • It is intergenerational and can be played in the classroom, at bridge clubs or as a family.

That's right, it's excellent for your health! 

From the 13th to the 26th of August, between 11 am and 6 pm, the French Bridge Federation is offering the chance to try out this mind sport with a free initiation session. Head for the Terreaux Reception Area at Cité Internationale.
Information and programme of the Lyon 2017 World Bridge Championships  





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