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You want to learn to play bridge but don't know where to start.
You have been learning for ages but don't seem to be progressing.
You can play but you would like to play a lot better.
We created No Fear Bridge to help learners just like you.
Learn bridge online with our huge range of teaching and practice activies.
We focus on interactive activities so that you can get directly involved in what you are learning. This makes learning more fun and more effective.
Focus On Specific Areas
Do intensive practice on specific areas of the game. e.g. bidding practice, defence, leads etc.
All the activities give detailed feedback so you will learn as you play.
Measure your progress with our topic quizzes. Test your skill against other members with weekly quizzes.
Play bridge online with other members at our regular practice and play sessions.
14 Day free trial. No credit card required.
Runs in your web browser on computer, tablet or phone.
You will receive an email to activate your free trial then you can log in and start practising right away.
Membership is just £60* a year for 1 year membership or £18* for a 3 month membership.
*Price includes UK VAT at 20%. VAT will be adjusted if your VAT rate is different or VAT not applicable.
Everything included in one simple membership fee, no hidden extras.
Payments are for a fixed term membership. No ongoing subscription.
If you are not completely satisfied within 30 days of joining we will refund your payment.
Join the thousands who have benefited from No Fear Bridge since 2009.
Improve your bridge right now and become a popular partner.
If you want to start learning right now it is possible to learn to play bridge online.
No Fear Bridge is a great way to learn bridge online. It's like having a teacher over your shoulder 24/7.
If you can also find a local bridge teacher, having bridge lessons with a group of people is a very enjoyable and sociable way to learn.
BUT don't expect to become a bridge player just by turning up to your bridge lessons once a week. This won't work!
When learning anything and particularly bridge, the key is to practise regularly.
Once you have learned the basics (whether you are learning in a class or on your own) the next step is practise, practise, practise!
The member's site is available 24/7 so you can practise at any time of day that suits you! Improve your bridge bidding, declarer play and defence with just 20 minutes a day on one of our online learning actvities.
Start playing bridge as soon as you can. Either with friends at home or find a 'No Fear' club or other novice bridge club. These clubs are especially for learners. You will be reassured to find other learners in the same situation as yourself even if you are playing for the first time.
Bridge is the most popular card game in the world. It can be played by anyone from age 5 to 100+!
The benefits for children include improving skills in numeracy, problem solving, memory and concentration.
In the same way, for older players research has shown that bridge can even have health benefits as the mental stimulation helps keep the brain active.
The great thing about bridge is it can be played at many levels - ranging from a social foursome (an excuse for a cup of tea and a gossip!), right up to local, national and international competitions. At whatever level you play, you are guaranteed to meet a new network of friends!
One of the comments we often hear from students is how bridge has added a new dimension to their lives.
As well as the intellectual and competitive elements, the social aspect of bridge cannot be underestimated. Many lifelong friendships are formed at the bridge table!
Never played bridge before? Try our free MiniBridge lessons. It's a great way to start to learn to play bridge.
Learn Minibridge is our free online website for complete beginners!
Preparing bridge lessons can take a hugh amount of time. We have lots of resources for bridge teachers to help and save time preparing your bridge lessons. These include practice hands on a wide range of topics, quizzes for use in class, demonstration hands to use in online bridge lessons. Teaching Resources Page.