Get More Involved with Scrabble

Here are some Scrabble resources to keep you in the game…


World English-Language Scrabble Players Association (WESPA)

Association of British Scrabble Players (ABSP)
The ABSP website includes details of UK Scrabble clubs and UK tournaments
Schools Scrabble contact –

Mindsports Academy
Training, support and events for players at all levels


Scrabble events can be found on WESPA’s website.


Scrabble Facebook Fan Page

Play Online Scrabble on Facebook – search for Scrabble Worldwide

Interactive Scrabble games

Internet Scrabble Club (ISC)

Mobile phone – Real Networks

Sky Interactive – Sky TV platform

iTouch / iPhone / Android / iPad – Electronic Arts (EA)

Scrabble App

Download Collins Official Scrabble Checker and Solver app from the iTunes Store

Happy Scrabbling!

All opinions expressed on this blog are those of the individual writers, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of Collins, or its parent company, HarperCollins.

Other Articles

Spoilt for Choice

If you can fit two or more anagrams on the board, then you can look at other factors to decide which to play. Score: Does one hit a double- or triple-word square, or get a higher-scoring tile on a double- or triple-letter square? Vowel position: Does one put a vowel… Read More

Words from Canada

The Canadians are of a leisurely disposition, going by some of the words they have given to English: BEIGNET a deep-fried pastry BOGAN a sluggish side-stream LOGAN a backwater POUTINE chips topped with curd… Read More

How do you spell that?

Some words can be spelled in so many ways that it’s hard to get them wrong (or right). The small cap worn by Jewish men can be spelt YAMALKA, YAMULKA, YARMELKE, YARMULKA and YARMULKE. Quite why you can’t have, say, a yarmalka… Read More