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In addition to administering local and regional [[SCRABBLE]]® [[tournaments]], [[NASPA]] periodically hosts major '''championships''', such as the [[National SCRABBLE Championship|North American SCRABBLE Championship]], [[Canadian National SCRABBLE Championship]] and [[Can-Am SCRABBLE Challenge]]. NASPA also selects teams for major championships such as the WESPA Championship and the Alchemist Cup.
 
In addition to administering local and regional [[SCRABBLE]]® [[tournaments]], [[NASPA]] periodically hosts major '''championships''', such as the [[National SCRABBLE Championship|North American SCRABBLE Championship]], [[Canadian National SCRABBLE Championship]] and [[Can-Am SCRABBLE Challenge]]. NASPA also selects teams for major championships such as the WESPA Championship and the Alchemist Cup.
  
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== Upcoming Championships ==
 
== Upcoming Championships ==
* [[2020 Alchemist Cup Qualification System | 2020 Alchemist Cup]]
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== Past Championships ==
 
* [[2019 WESPA Championship]]
 
* [[2019 WESPA Championship]]
 
== Past Championships ==
 
 
* [[2019 North American SCRABBLE Championship]], July 2018
 
* [[2019 North American SCRABBLE Championship]], July 2018
* [[2018 Can-Am SCRABBLE Challenge]], December 15-16, 2018
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* [[2018 Can-Am SCRABBLE Challenge]], December 15-16, 2018 (NASPA selects U.S. and Canadian teams)
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* [https://alchemistcup.causewaychallenge.com/2018/latest.html 2018 Alchemist Cup], December 5-9, 2018
 
* [[2018 North American SCRABBLE Championship]], August 2018
 
* [[2018 North American SCRABBLE Championship]], August 2018
 
* [[2017 North American SCRABBLE Championship]], July 2017
 
* [[2017 North American SCRABBLE Championship]], July 2017
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* [[2015_WESPA Invitational Masters]], November 4&ndash;8 in Perth, Australia
 
* [[2015_WESPA Invitational Masters]], November 4&ndash;8 in Perth, Australia
 
* [[2014 World SCRABBLE Championship]], London, U.K., November 19&ndash;24, 2014 (NASPA players participate, sends staff)
 
* [[2014 World SCRABBLE Championship]], London, U.K., November 19&ndash;24, 2014 (NASPA players participate, sends staff)
* [[2014 Can-Am SCRABBLE Challenge]], TBA (NASPA selects U.S. and Canadian teams)
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* [[2014 Can-Am SCRABBLE Challenge]], Elmhurst, IL, September 13-14, 2014 (NASPA selects U.S. and Canadian teams)
 
* [[2014 National SCRABBLE Championship]], Buffalo, NY, August 9&ndash;13, 2014
 
* [[2014 National SCRABBLE Championship]], Buffalo, NY, August 9&ndash;13, 2014
 
* [[2014 National School SCRABBLE Championship]], Providence, RI, April 26&ndash;27, 2014 (Sponsored by [[Hasbro]], organized by [[MSI]], staffed by NASPA)
 
* [[2014 National School SCRABBLE Championship]], Providence, RI, April 26&ndash;27, 2014 (Sponsored by [[Hasbro]], organized by [[MSI]], staffed by NASPA)
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* [[2009 National SCRABBLE Championship]], Dayton, OH, August 1&ndash;5, 2009
 
* [[2009 National SCRABBLE Championship]], Dayton, OH, August 1&ndash;5, 2009
 
* [http://www.worldplayerschampionship.com/2008 2008 World Players Championship]  
 
* [http://www.worldplayerschampionship.com/2008 2008 World Players Championship]  
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* [{{SERVER}}/tourneys/2009/nssc/build/ 2009 National School SCRABBLE Championship], Providence, RI, April 24&ndash;25,2009
 
* [[2008 National SCRABBLE Championship]]
 
* [[2008 National SCRABBLE Championship]]
 
* [{{SERVER}}/tourneys/2008/canam 2008 Can-Am SCRABBLE Challenge]  
 
* [{{SERVER}}/tourneys/2008/canam 2008 Can-Am SCRABBLE Challenge]  
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== Older Championships ==
 
== Older Championships ==
 
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* [http://www.scrabbleplayers.org/tourneys/2003/allstars/index.html SCRABBLE ALL-STARS], Providence, RI, August 15&ndash;18, 2003
 
* [{{SERVER}}/tourneys/2008/nsc/history.html National SCRABBLE Championships]
 
* [{{SERVER}}/tourneys/2008/nsc/history.html National SCRABBLE Championships]
* [{{SERVER}}/tourneys/2009/nssc/build/ National School SCRABBLE Championship]
 

Latest revision as of 14:27, 6 October 2020

In addition to administering local and regional SCRABBLE® tournaments, NASPA periodically hosts major championships, such as the North American SCRABBLE Championship, Canadian National SCRABBLE Championship and Can-Am SCRABBLE Challenge. NASPA also selects teams for major championships such as the WESPA Championship and the Alchemist Cup.

Past Championships

Older Championships