The World Pool Championship 2023 gets underway at Targi Kielce, Kielce in Poland from 1-5 February. Shane Van Boening will look to defend his title and become only the second player in history to achieve such a feat, but with a stacked field that includes 12 Polish representatives, it will not be an easy task for the South Dakota Kid.
Dates, Session Times, Venue
The World Pool Championship 2023 is set to be played from Wednesday, 1 February till Sunday, 5 February with session times as below
Wednesday – 12 pm-4:30 pm / 6 pm till 11 pm
Thursday – 12 pm-5 pm / 6:30 pm till 11 pm
Friday – 12 pm-4:30 pm / 6 pm-10 pm
Saturday – 12 pm-5 pm / 6:30 pm-11 pm
Sunday – 12 pm-4:30 pm / 6:30 pm-9:30 pm
Doors will open for general public at 11 am daily – fans are free to roam around all tables in the venue during the day with ample seating available
Match Schedule and Live Scoring
Check out the Match Schedule and Live Scoring here
A limited number of day tickets are remaining with the weekend sessions and season passes sold out. Buy yours here.
Where to Watch
The World Pool Championship 2023 will be live across the following broadcasters for Table 1 – see below for Table 2 and 3 information.
Session Times – 12 pm local & 6 pm local
Sky Sports – UK and Ireland
Viaplay – Poland, Baltics, Scandinavia, Netherlands,
Dazn – Canada, USA, Brazil, Italy
AMC Network Hungary
Foxtel – Australia
Nova – Czech Republic/Slovakia
Sky Network – New Zealand
SSC – Mena Region
Sportklub – Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo, and Slovenia
Supersport – South Africa & Sub-Saharan Africa
Tap – Philippines
Table 2 – Available on the Matchroom Pool YouTube here & on Viaplay in countries as listed above / Online Gaming websites/apps
Table 3 – Available on the Matchroom Multi Sport YouTube here
Not sure what time the World Pool Championship starts in your country? See below.