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Play bridge online for free

Are you looking for a free bridge game allowing you to play deals online? Our online bridge game is for you! This famous card game is user-friendly and can be downloaded on iPhone, Android, Mac or Windows.

  • Try for free
  • Available 24/7
  • Play now and meet your friends
  • No commitment
  • Unlimited play
  • Challenge players from all over the world
  • Play bridge online at any time of the day
  • Free bridge practice online

Funbridge in a few words

Funbridge allows you to play bridge for free with no commitment! Play an unlimited number of deals on all your devices with a single account. Our app is available for iPhone, iPad and Android mobiles and tablets as well as Mac and Windows computers.


You are wondering how to play bridge? Don't worry! The help system of the app will make bidding understanding easier and will teach you the basics of bridge. If you already know how to play bridge, our game will enable you to practise bidding and card play in order to develop your skills and later participate in tournaments to pit yourself against other players.


Since 2003, we have been committed to promoting bridge and making it accessible to the greatest possible number of people. As a partner of many bridge federations and clubs, our online bridge platform offers a comprehensive gaming experience which complements the standard way of playing bridge.


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Play online bridge for free whenever you want

At your own pace

Available 24/7.
Play bridge online whenever and wherever you want.
You can pause at any time and resume the game later.

Online bridge game offering several game modes and types of tournaments

User-friendly interface

Find your favourite game modes in just a few clicks and discover our easy-to-use game table.

Duplicate bridge game online offering numerous features

An active community

Over 150 countries represented.
More than 50,000 online players and 1 million deals played every day.

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New features and improvements regularly added/made

New features and game modes are regularly added to our bridge app to meet our players' needs.

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Players' rating

997,864

Deals played yesterday

169,786

Regular players

Game modes for all types of players

Practice Deals
Play practice deals at your own pace.

Exclusive Tournaments
Create your own tournaments and share your views on played deals.

Commented Tournaments
Benefit from the wise advice of a bridge champion after each deal played.
Tournaments of the Day
Every day compare yourself with thousands of players of all levels.

Series Tournaments
Enter one of the series available and get ranked among players of your level.

Face the Elites
Pit yourself against the best Funbridge players and use this as an opportunity to analyse how they play.
Challenges
Challenge your friends or any other player on 5 deals. May the best win!

Team Championship
Create your own team and pit yourself against teams from all over the world.

Two-player game
Sit at the same game table as your friend and practise together.
Bridge Live

Funbridge Live
Live broadcasts of bridge matches!

Live bridge
Funbridge Live is a feature of our bridge app allowing you to follow major national and international bridge events live (kibitzing).

Funbridge Live gives you access to:
  • Live presentations of matches deal by deal
  • Live streaming of the tables with the players
  • Expert commentary
  • Results and rankings updated live

You want to arrange a live broadcast of your event (club tournament or bridge festival) via Funbridge Live? Get in touch with us!

Jérôme Rombaut, 2017 Vice World Champion

On Funbridge, you play the hand in South. Your partner in North and your opponents in East/West are controlled by the built-in artificial intelligence called "Argine".

Also called "game engine", this AI has been created by Jérôme Rombaut and his team. It is regularly updated to make sure it mimics human beahviour as closely as possible.

» Discover the game engine

Jérôme Rombaut

The latest articles of the Funbridge blog

Find all the news about Funbridge products and the bridge world in general on the blog

February 12, 2018

Missed Kiss (Le Bridgeur Magazine No.908)

- Article written by Jérôme Rombaut and published in the french magazine Le Bridgeur No.908 (March/April 2017) 1,100 teams competed in the Team Championship in 2017. Teams are split into 6 divisions. Their objective is to avoid relegation and to go up at the end of each month. I am lucky to have several good players in my team: Vanessa Réess, Anne-Laure Huberschwiller, Frédéric Volcker, Thomas Bessis and Pierre Franceschetti. We…

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February 9, 2018

2018 St Moritz International Bridge Festival

The 77th St Moritz International Bridge Festival took place from 15 to 24 January in Switzerland. This festival attracts more and more players every year. Many nationalities were represented: Lebanese, Dutch, Poles, Italians, Americans… and a majority of Swiss! Four tournaments were held: Welcome Pairs, Mixed Pairs, Open Pairs and Teams. The organising committee (led by Fernando Piedra and Mrs Ehrart) had decided to have each tournament played in a different…

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January 29, 2018

Discover the new WBF tournaments

The whole Funbridge team is very happy to inform you that we now count the World Bridge Federation (WBF) among our partners! As part of this new collaboration, Funbridge will have the privilege to host WBF tournaments and “Robot Bridge Points” (online Masterpoints) will be awarded. These tournaments will be available as from 1 February and will take place every day: – IMP tournament: 00:00-12:00 (GMT) – MP tournament: 12:00-24:00 (GMT) You will soon be asked to update…

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Customers' feedback

Customer satisfaction is our prime concern


8.6/10

What Funbridge players like:

8/10



It should be made less cumbersome

10/10



Good training bridge software

6/10



Quite a few mistakes with the technical aspects of app. Too frequently, stops game abruptly or plays wrong card. Also, no clear explanations for new bridge players. I still don't know what "IMP" vs "MP" is. Or why some bids are "forceable".