WORLD POOL MASTERS TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for the 2020 World Pool Masters, to be staged at the new Europa Sports Complex in Gibraltar from March 26-29, will go on sale to Matchroom Pool Club members at 10am (UK Time) on Monday, January 20 with tickets on general sale from 10am (UK time) on Tuesday, January 21 at www.matchroompool.com and www.buytickets.gi.

Tickets are priced from just £7 per session with day and season ticket discounts available allowing fans to see every match of the World Pool Masters from just £39.99.

For the first time, the World Pool Masters introduces a Premium Seating option priced from £35 per session which includes floor table seating and unlimited beer, wine, soft drinks during session times.

World Pool Masters 2020 Ticket Prices
(All times are local time)


Thursday, March 26
Evening Session (7pm-11:30pm):
Standard £7 / Premium £35

Friday, March 27
Afternoon Session (12:30pm-5pm):
Standard £7 / Premium £35
Evening Session (7pm-11pm):
Standard £7 / Premium £35
Both Sessions:
Standard £10 / Premium £65

Saturday, March 28
Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm):
Standard £7 / Premium £35
Evening Session (7pm-11pm):
Standard £12 / Premium £40
Both Sessions:
Standard £15 / Premium £70

Saturday, March 29
Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm):
Standard £7 / Premium £35
Evening Session (7pm-11:30pm):
Standard £12 / Premium £40
Both Sessions:
Standard £15 / Premium £70

Season Ticket (All sessions)
Standard: £39.99
Premium: £199.99

Tickets will go on general sale from 10am (UK Time) on Tuesday, January 21 at www.matchroompool.com and www.buytickets.gi. Matchroom Pool Club members have an exclusive 24-hour pre-sale to purchase tickets from 10am (UK Time) on Monday, January 20. Members who have signed up to Matchroom Pool Club by midnight on Sunday, January 19 will receive an email at 10am on Monday, January 20 with the link to the exclusive pre-sale.

Matchroom Pool Club is free to join at http://www.matchroompool.com/pool-club/.

The World Pool Masters features 24 of the best players from around the world battling it out for their share of the $100,000 prize fund.

David Alcaide won his second Masters title in 2019 and will be looking to defend his crown against a superstar field including the likes of US Open champion Joshua Filler, two-time Masters winner Shane van Boening and World 9-Ball Champion Fedor Gorst.

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