Cardiff Bridge Club
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Thursday Night \Teams
Do you enjoy playing Teams Duplicate Bridge?
Members or Visitors:  
Thursday Evenings at Cardiff Bridge Club.
7:15pm start.  
This is not a league so there is no long term commitment.
Click here for more details
Hall Hire - Bridge
Booking Matches at the Club
The Bridge committee welcomes players to book matches at the club.
for more details, click here
Not yet a member?
At Cardiff Bridge Club we offer a range of duplicate bridge sessions for players of all abilities, together with tuition to assist you in improving your game.
In addition, members and their guests can benefit from a social club with licenced bar and televised sporting events. 
Apply to become a member today
Click here for an application form.
Hall Hire - Private Functions
Did you know?
The Penylan Management Committee welcomes members to book the club hall for private functions.
for more details, click here
Social Club

Free Wi-Fi

at the club

for Members only.

See Bar Steward for details

Social Club


Make the most of your Membership

Catch the latest sport in the bar

via BTSport.


Club History
This page is intended to hold items of news or potential interest to club members (bridge related, of course!). Anyone who might have an item to offer is encouraged to talk to the Webmaster, Brian Quinlan.
The Penylan Club

In the Beginning

The most important date in the history of our Club was Tuesday 3rd December 1907. For it was on this date that an eminent local resident, Mr Thomas MacKenzie, circulated an invitation to attend a meeting where it was proposed to establish a 'New Bowling Green for Roath'.

At this meeting it was decided to form a Club, and the first Club Committee was elected. The Founders were:
Alderman C.H.Bird
Mr J.Bulman
Mr Arthur Edwards
Mr F Jackson
Mr Thomas MacKenzie
Mr W.T.Morgan
Mr J.Ingram Rees
Councillor Dr Robinson
Mr E.J.Keene (Secretary)

Last updated : 31st Aug 2012 21:28 BST
Cardiff Bridge Club

Founded in 1974 as South Glamorgan Bridge Club by former members of privately owned Cardiff Bridge Club, the club occupied rented premises until 2nd April 1990 when it merged with Penylan Bowling Club as Cardiff Bridge Club.  The Penylan Club, which was founded in 1909 by Lord Tredegar,  is now its permanent home. 

Last updated : 31st Aug 2012 21:27 BST