There was aspiration among those interested that the Abu Dhabi Chess and Culture Club (with its old name at the time), with its launch in 1979, would be the focus of chess sports in the United Arab Emirates and would dedicate a distinct space for it regionally, Arably and internationally. The club has deepened the chess concept among the youth of the country and residents and spread this concept to attract in a remarkable way hundreds of members to the club, who have all the capabilities and facilities of training through the provision of qualified technical training teams that drew their experience from well-known international levels, in addition to providing practical training through the camps Local activities and regional and international championships, which were rightly considered a fertile and rich field for giving, presented us with many Emiratis with international titles and titles.

Since the club was officially announced in 1981 by the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports, it has been urging the pace in organization, training and various participations in order to prove the presence of the Emirates in chess and even its supremacy in its various tournaments at the global, Asian and Arab levels, most notably the club’s player Rawda Issa Al-Sarkal winning the World Championship for the 8-year category and to be The first Arab girl to win this title at the level of chess, and the club's player, Omran Ahmed Al Hosani, won the Asian Youth Championship.

Thus, the aspirations of the club upon its founding were fulfilled with these distinguished results, in addition to the club’s organization of several international events in the field of chess, which drew attention and pointed out the tireless efforts made by the club’s organizers in implementation of the directives of the wise leadership of the United Arab Emirates in order to implement the policy of regional and global expansion And the consolidation of the state’s position at the various levels of this cultural sport, most notably the Abu Dhabi International Chess Festival as a global event that attracts the game’s stars from different countries of the world. With these distinguished results, a chess sport that is proud of through the various activities it organizes locally or those international events and festivals on