The 1999 British Go Championship  has been decided by a five-game match held at various venues. The successful defending title-holder is Matthew Macfadyen. The challenger was Matthew Cocke.
The first game was played on July 11th, in the Erasmus Room, Queens' College, Cambridge. Matthew Macfadyen won by resignation after 136 moves. The game record is available in Ishi  format or in SGF  format, both with comments by the game recorder, Tim Hunt.
The second game was played on September 18th, in the Open University, Milton Keynes. Matthew Macfadyen won by a few points after several errors. The game record is available in Ishi  format or in SGF  format, with some comments.
The third game was played on October 23rd. Matthew Macfadyen won, thereby winning the match 3-0 and retaining the title "British Go Champion". The game record is available in Ishi  format or in SGF  format, with some comments by Yuki Shigeno.