This section is a collection of links to other websites with more information on go. The links are here simply to provide you with further resources for learning and playing go. The organizations listed not only often provide information about go, but also how to find a real-world club by you. The "study" links offer sites that can be used to aid in solo study. Lastly, the online go servers provide a place to play against computer and human alike over the internet.
- American Go Association
- The official governing body of go in the United States.
- 日本棋院 Nihon Ki-in
- One of the official Japanese go associations.
- European Go Federation
- A large organization comprising go clubs across Europe.
- Sensei's Library
- A rather sizeable, wiki-based collection of go information ranging from rules to history and strategy.
- Even more information on go including articles, go problems, and recorded games.
- A collection of graded go problems for practicing strategic concepts.
- Kogo's Joseki Dictionary
- A handy "dictionary" detailing a number of opening formations. (Requires SGF software).