The ACC supports local (Grass Roots) clubs all across the country. These clubs meet once a week or every other week and conduct 6-game or 9-game tournaments that last between 2 and 3 hours. It's a great way to meet new people and play some cribbage without needing to travel very far.
To find a club near you, check out our Club Directory.
Exact locations that clubs meet are now available, but it is recommended you call the club director before your first tournament.
Grass Roots Clubs Map - Tracy Yott created a map of the local clubs. Grass Roots National Statistician, Dan Selke, is responsible for the hundreds of updates need to bring it up-to-date. (Thanks Tracy and Dan!)
If you belong to an ACC Grass Roots club, you can visit the ACC Grass Roots website and look up stats for yourself and your club members. Also be sure to check out the Grand National section for a special club champions tournament.
To start a new club of your own contact Grass Roots Commissioner Joan Rein, whose information
is listed to the right.
For updates to club information directors should contact Roger Wilson, whose information is also
to the right.