“With just 12 two-hour lessons, you will conquer the game of bridge! Come learn the basic principles and start competing in tournaments!”


Step into the world of bridge, where the cards create the most thrilling… “narrative twist”!


In bridge, every “secret” revealed is more significant than the latest “spoiler” in your favorite TV series!


It’s time for you to discover the top strategic game – bridge!


Experience the world of bridge: Learn new strategies, make new friends, and have fun. Challenge and excitement in every round!
In 1975, bridge was recognized as a sport and came under the General Secretariat of Sports in Greece.
In 1995, the World Bridge Federation was officially recognized as a sports federation by the International Olympic Committee, and bridge was included as a demonstration sport in the 2002 Winter Olympics.
The Hellenic Bridge Federation (HBF) participates in the BE ACTIVE program of the General Secretariat of Sports with the motto “Exercise the triceps, quadriceps, and brain: play bridge!”.

“In bridge, the most praiseworthy players are those who respect their opponents and maintain the sportsmanlike spirit.”Larry Cohen

The benefits of bridge in your everyday life:


  • You will make new friends.
  • You have the opportunity to participate in outing tournaments.
  • You will improve your memory and strengthen your mind.
  • It’s an escape from routine that helps you relax.
  • You will enjoy the thrill of competition in tournaments.
  • It’s a new recreational experience that will stay with you for life.


Come and discover the rest in person!

How to play bridge

Bridge is played with a standard 52-card deck (without jokers) and involves four players sitting at a square table. The players sit opposite each other, forming two partnerships, with one player partnering with the one across from them. The partnerships are referred to as North-South and East-West.

Objective of the game: Each partnership aims to win as many “tricks” as possible. A trick is a set of four cards, one from each player, played in clockwise order. The objective is to win as many tricks as possible for your partnership.

Each player starts with 13 cards. For further details and more information, feel free to ask. ↣ Contact Form

Video Gallery