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!

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