How did it all start and how has the tournament developed over the years?
1987 While working for the St Moritz Tourist Board on behalf of IMG, Anthony Bouchier discussed the concept of matching the polo & horse
racing with a cricket match with Hans-Peter Danuser (Kurdirektor St. Moritz), Martin Berthod & Diane Conrad in the Hotel Schweizerhof.
1988 Anthony Bouchier, Simon Doggart (†2017) & John Sellars borrowed a mat & cricket equipment from LAZ to test the concept.
1989 Cricket on ice was born with an Eton v Harrow cricket match involving 25 players played on the frozen lake.
1990 Cricket on Ice and the St Moritz Cricket Club was formalised with a 3-way tournament between SMCC, LAZ & a Dutch Winter XI.
1991 A team from India was involved in Cricket on Ice.
1993 Daniel Häring took over the reins to become Mr. Cricket on Ice.
1995 Old Cholmeleians first involvement.
2012 John Hallam succeeds Daniel Häring as President of Cricket on Ice.
2017 Rolf Sachs becomes patron
2018 Cricket On Ice filmed live by German Cricket TV
2019 Cricket On Ice broadcast live by European Cricket Network TV
2021 Cricket on Ice postponed due to the Covid-19 corona virus pandemic
2022 Cricket on Ice expands to two pitches & six teams
2023 Cricket on Ice expands again, to eight teams
|2024||to be decided|
Guards Cricket Club
|2022||AID UK CC|
|2021||did not take place|
|2020||Gipsies & Nomads XI|
|2019||Old Cholmeleians XI|
|2018||Old Cholmeleians XI|
|2017||Old Cholmeleians XI|
|2016||Lyceum Alpinum XI|
|2015||Lyceum Alpinum XI|
|2014||Dresden Cricket Club|
|2013||Winterthur Cricket Club|
|2012||Winterthur Cricket Club|
|2004||Winterthur Cricket Club|
|1993||Lyceum Alpinum XI|
|1991||St Moritz Cricket Club|
|1990||St Moritz Cricket Club|