Indoor Grand Match
The Indoor Grand Match is a spin off event based on the traditional Grand Matches which are held on a frozen loch when temperatures and ice conditions permit. The indoor version was initiated in the year 2000 to celebrate the millennium and due to its success has continued every five years since.
An imaginary line is drawn between the River Forth and River Clyde to decide the two sides and games held at around 17 participating ice rinks across Scotland. Scores are compiled at the conclusion of all the games with the winner being the side with the most points.
|Date||North Score||South Score||Winner||Majority|
|8th January 2000||Millenium Grand Match||2524||2575||South||51 shots|
|10th January 2005||The Bank of Scotland Indoor Grand Match||2476||2639||South||163 shots|
|23rd October 2010||Indoor Grand Match||1773||2152||South||379 shots|
|24th October 2015||Alan Steel Asset Management Indoor Grand Match||1928||2154||South||226 shots|
Did you know? The Grand Match was played indoors in 1908, 1909, 1911, 1913 and 1914, following the opening of the rinks at Crossmyloof and Haymarket. Find out more about the Grand Match.