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Tournament Typesort icon Description Start Year Current Champion Trophy
Milton Keynes McMahon

Originally held in a hall in Wolverton, the Milton Keynes Tournament has made its home at the Open University. Various different buildings on the campus have been used. It is a 3 round McMahon.

Registration by 10:15. Prize-giving 18:30

1989 Jitka Bartova
Online League (Individual) Online
Andrew Simons
KGS Online
Alex Kent
KGS Sunjang Baduk Online
2007 Roy-Andre Kirkebo
MSO Pair Go Pair Go
2000 Natasha Regan & Tim Hunt
Our Online League (Teams) Team

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.

The league has not been held since 2018.

Individual Leagues ran from January 2011 to October 2012.

2009 Chester A
Nippon Club Cup Team

Formerly awarded to the Club team with the best percentage in the British Open at the British Go Congress.

1986 Epsom
Thames Valley Team Trophy Team

A team event for clubs located in the tideless part of the Thames Valley. It was a League until 1993 and has been a one day tournament on Easter Monday since then (often known by lots of Ts, eg TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT).

Note the Broken Go Stone Trophy is not the original broken stone as it got broken.

2013 awarded on team result at Bracknell Tournament.

1985 Wanstead
Anglo-Japanese Matches Team

Held in London between Nippon Club (Japanese) and Central London Go Club (Anglo).
Prior to the Trophy starting in 1988 most matches were won by the Japanese.

1997 Anglo
Cambridge Junior Youth

An event to celebrate 25 years of the Cambridge Junior Chess and Go club is planned for 13 October 2019. Format is 13x13 and suitable for all juniors and also adult beginners and experts.

See British Small Board/UK Go Challenge Finals.

Owen Walker
British Student Youth

British Go Association Online Student Championship

Students are defined as

  • Under-18 or
  • Under-26 and studying full-time or part-time at a UK approved educational establishment

Note: this is different to the BGA membership concessionary rate definition

2007
MSO Youth Youth
2000 William Brooks
Youth Small Board Youth
1999