Nöi Sakkvilágbajnoki döntö 2020 04-Jan – 24 Jan-2020

Nöi Sakkvilágbajnoki döntö 2020 04-Jan – 24 Jan-2020

IA Shohreh Bayat was appointed as the Chief Arbiter of the Women’s y 2-24, 2020). Marika Japaridze will be the Deputy Chief Arbiter


Nöi Sakkvilágbajnoki döntö 2020 04-Jan-Jan-2020

Women’s World Chess Championship

Shanghai/Vladivostok, China/Russia


Time control type: Standard
Number of rounds: 12
Number of players: 2
System: Match
Remarks: Ju Wenjun – Women’s World Chess Champion
Aleksandra Goryachkina – the winner of Candidates Tournament




Women’s World Chess Championship 2020

The 2020 Women’s World Chess Championship is an upcoming chess match for the Women’s World Chess Championship title. It is contested by Ju Wenjun (winner of the 2018 knock-out championship) and her challenger, Aleksandra Goryachkina the winner of a newly established Candidates Tournament, that was held in 2019.

The match is planned in two parts, one held in Shanghai (China) and one in Vladivostok (Russia) in January 2020.

The match marks the return to a match only format for the title with qualifying Candidates Tournament, after new FIDE president Arkady Dvorkovich expressed his dissatisfaction for the knock-out tournaments and its frequent different world champions.


Defending champion Challenger

 Ju Wenjun (CHN)  Aleksandra Goryachkina (RUS)
Born 31 January 1991
28 years old
Born 28 September 1998
20 years old
Winner of the
2018 World Championship
Winner of the
2019 Candidates Tournament
Rating: 2595
(Women’s World No. 2)
Rating: 2564
(Women’s World No. 3)



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