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World Cup of Pool

June 14-19, 2022 Brentwood Centre, Essex

The World Cup of Pool returns this June 14-19 as 32 nations collide aiming to take down the title in Brentwood, England.

The World Cup of Pool has been an established major event in 9-ball since 2006 and adopts a straight-knockout format. Matches are race to 7 in the first two rounds, race to 9 in the quarter-finals and semi-finals, and race to 11 in the final.

Germany are defending champions having won the trophy for a second time in the country’s history in 2021. Previous winners of the World Cup of Pool include Philippines, China, Austria, and the USA.

Prize Fund


Champions $60,000

per pair

Runners-Up $30,000

per pair

Semi-Finalists $15,000

per pair

Quarter-Finalists $9,000

per pair

Last 16 $4,500

per pair

Last 32 $3,625

per pair

TOTAL $250,000

Finland
Mika Immonen Jani Uski
Poland
Mieszko Fortuński Wojciech Szewczyk
Serbia
Andreja Klasović Aleksa Pecelj
Czech Republic
Roman Hybler Petr Urban
Italy
Daniele Corrieri Francesco Candela
Kuwait
Omar Al Shaheen Bader Al Awadhi
Chinese Taipei
Ko Pin Yi Ko Ping Chung
Singapore
Aloysius Yapp Toh Lian Han
Qatar
Waleed Majid K Alars Ali Nasser Al Obaidli
Vietnam
Duong Quoc Hoang Dang Thanh Kien
Argentina
Ariel Casto Sebastian Rodriguez
Peru
Gerson Martinez Cristopher Tevez
Australia
James Georgiadis Ivan Meng Li
South Africa
Jason Theron Craig Bouwer
Morocco
My Cherif Zine El Abidine Imad lagnaoui
Cyprus
Anthony Brabin Christos Meligaliotis.
USA
Shane Van Boening Skyler Woodward
Austria
Albin Ouschan Max Lechner
Spain
David Alcaide Francisco Sanchez Ruiz
Philippines
Carlo Biado Efren Reyes
Japan
Naoyuki Oi Masato Yoshioka
Greece
Alexander Kazakis Nikos Ekonomopulous
Germany
Joshua Filler Thorsten Hohmann
Hungary
Oliver Snolnoki Vilmos Földes
Netherlands
Niels Feijen Marc Bijsterbosch
Canada
Alex Pagulayan John Morra
Switzerland
Dimitri Jungo Ronald Regli
Hong Kong, China
Lo Ho Sum Robbie Capito
New Zealand
Matthew Edwards Simon Singleton
Great Britain A
Jayson Shaw Elliott Sanderson
Great Britain B
Imran Majid Chris Melling
TBC

Season Ticket

£85

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Tuesday 14th June
session
price
 
11am
£10
5pm
£10
All Day
£15
Wednesday 15th June
session
price
 
11am
£10
5pm
£10
All Day
£15
Thursday 16th June
session
price
 
11am
£10
5pm
£10
All Day
£15
Friday 17th June
session
price
 
11am
£10
5pm
£10
All Day
£15
Saturday 18th June
session
price
 
11am
£10
5pm
£10
All Day
£15
Sunday 19th June
session
price
 
11am
£10
5pm
£10
All Day
£15

The Break
All matches are winner break. The balls will be hand racked with the 1-ball resting on the spot. The balls won’t be tapped and will be hand racked by the referee with a plastic rack. Players will be NOT be permitted to inspect the rack and cannot ask for the balls to be re-racked, re-positioned or moved.

Shot Clock
A 30-second shot clock will be in operation throughout the tournament. Each team will have one 30-second extension per rack.

Match Races
Round 1 – Race to 7
Round 2 – Race to 7
Quarter Finals – Race to 9
Semi Finals – Race to 9
Final – Race to 11

2021Germany (Joshua Filler & Christoph Reintjes)
Milton Keynes, England
2019Austria (Albin Ouschan & Mario He)
Leicester, England
2018China (Wu Jiaqing & Liu Haitao)
Luwan Arena, Shanghai
2017Austria (Albin Ouschan & Mario He)
York Hall, London, England
2015Chinese Taipei (Ko Pin Yi & Chang Yu Lung)
York Hall, London, England
2014England A (D. Appleton & K. Boyes)
Portsmouth, England
2013Philippines (L.V. Corteza & D. Orcollo)
London, England
2012Finland (M. Immonen & P. Makkonen)
Manila, Philippines
2011Germany (R. Souquet & T. Hohmann)
Manila, Philippines
2010China (Fu Jianbo & Li Hewen)
Manila, Philippines
2009Philippines (E. Reyes & F. Bustamante)
Manila, Philippines
2008USA (R. Morris & S. Van Boening)
Rotterdam, Holland
2007China (Fu Jianbo & Li Hewen)
Rotterdam, Holland
2006Philippines (E. Reyes & F. Bustamante)
Newport, Wales