30TH MOSCONI CUP TO BE BIGGEST IN HISTORY
The 2023 Mosconi Cup will be the biggest to date marking its 30th year anniversary with a huge 30% increase to prize money for the annual trans-atlantic tussle from 6-9 December at Alexandra Palace, London live on Sky Sports.
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Mosconi Cup team places have always been the hottest ticket in pool, but they will be even hotter with Each player and captain on the winning team set to take home $40,000 each with the runners-up and captain set to collect $20,000.
Team Europe and USA will do battle in one of London’s most iconic venues once again with three qualification spots available on each side to be earned from the Nineball World Rankings with the Race to Mosconi Cup one year list in play. The final two spots for each side will be wild cards as decided by the respective team captains.
The first automatic pick for each side will be locked in after the conclusion of the European Open Pool Championship set to take place in Fulda, Germany from August 8-13 with the final two automatic selections to follow at the US Open Pool Championship from September 25-30 at Harrah’s Resort, Atlantic City.
Tickets for the game’s biggest spectacle between Europe and the USA will go on sale on the week commencing Monday, 24 April with full ticket details to come soon. Sign up for priority sale window here.
Over the coming weeks, fans can expect to hear more on the captains for 2023, exciting arena plans and much more.
Race to Mosconi Cup standings as it stands after World Pool Championship
|Jayson Shaw||Great Britain||$15,300.0|
|Shane Van Boening||USA||$13,500.0|