|Current Tournaments||Junior (Youth) Winners||Current Tournaments
Click on Title, Title Holder or Tournament Type to sort into that order
|Title||Next Tournament Date||Month||Start Year||Description||Title Holder||Trophy||Web site|
|British Championship||1965||Andrew Kay||Championship|
|British Small Board||1980||
Run by any club on behalf of the British Go Association.
Trophy presented by Pauline and Steve Bailey in 2013.
|Our Online League (Team)||2009||
Our League Tournament is designed to be played mainly over the Internet. The purpose is to encourage interaction between players in different areas of the country and to encourage online play amongst members of our Association.
An Individual League ran from January 2011 to October 2012.
|Stacey Grand Prix||1990||
This is not a specific tournament, but runs throughout the year.
All players score a point for every game won in UK tournaments in games played above the McMahon bar. The year ends at the British Go Congress, where the trophy in memory of Terry Stacey is presented.
|Alistair Wall||Stacey Points Page|
Scottish nationals or residents can qualify for the Scottish Championship at various events in Scotland and the UK. Four players play a knockout to determine the champion, games often being played online to avoid travel.
|Youth Grand Prix||1993||
This runs throughout the year and is not a specific tournament. Junior players score points for each tournament they enter, with additional points being scored for each game that they win.
The top three players at the end of the year hold the trophies for a year and receive a winners' certificate plus a cash prize, presented at the...
|Edmund Smith||Youth GP Winners|
|DDK Grand Prix||2012||
This runs throughout the year, with Double Digit Kyu players scoring points for each of our tournaments entered, with more points for each game won.
At the end of the year the top player in the 10 - 19 kyu range and the top player in the 20+ kyu range each receive a prize, presented at a tournament early the following year....
This is the 9x9 small board tournament that is part of the Mind Sports Olympiad, held each August in London.
The first event planned for 9 November 2014 was cancelled due to problems with the venue.