World Cup of Pool 2018

The 2018 World Cup of Pool comes to Luwan Arena, Shanghai from Tuesday, May 15 until Sunday, May 20.

Bringing together the world’s best players in 32 two-man teams, the World Cup of Pool is one of 9-ball’s biggest events with a prize fund of $250,000.

Austria are the defending champions, having defeated USA in the final in London last year, while hosts China will be hoping to recapture the title they have previously won in 2007 and 2010.

Venue

  • Luwan Arena, Shanghai

  • May 15th - 20th 2018

Prize Fund

  • Winners $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)

Schedule

13:30
round1
Austria
VS
Chile
Poland
VS
Kuwait
Holland
VS
Thailand
19:00
round1
Canada
VS
Scotland
Germany
VS
Indonesia
China B
VS
South Africa
13:30
round1
Spain
VS
Vietnam
Philippines
VS
New Zealand
Chinese Taipei
VS
Albania
19:00
round1
Greece
VS
Hong Kong
England
VS
Korea
USA
VS
Singapore
13:30
round1
Finland
VS
Malaysia
Japan
VS
Sweden
Russia
VS
Australia
19:00
round1
China A
VS
Estonia
round2
Austria
VS
Poland
Scotland
VS
Holland
13:30
round2
Germany
VS
China B
England
VS
Philippines
Chinese Taipei
VS
Greece
19:00
round2
Finland
VS
USA
Spain
VS
Sweden
Australia
VS
China A
13:00
quarter final
Austria
VS
Holland
China B
VS
Philippines
18:00
quarter final
Chinese Taipei
VS
USA
Spain
VS
China A
14:00
semi final
Chinese Taipei
VS
China A
Austria
VS
China B
19:00
final
Austria
VS
China A

World Cup of Pool 2018News

China are World Cup of Pool Champions 

The Final China 10-3 Austria Semi-Finals SF 1 – China A 9-7 Chinese Taipei SF 2 – Austria 9-8 China […]

Austria, China A & B and Chinese Taipei are the final four in Shanghai 

QF 3 – Chinese Taipei 9-5 USA QF 4 – China A 9-8 Spain We are down to the last […]

Austria and China B blast their way into semis 

Quarter Finals QF 1 – Austria 9-3 Holland QF 2 – China B 9-1 Philippines The first two quarter-final matches […]

View all World Cup of Pool News

World Cup of Pool 2018 Teams

  1. Austria, Mario He / Albin Ouschan
  2. China A, Wu Jiaqing / Liu Haitao
  3. Chinese Taipei, Chang Jung-Lin / Cheng Yu-Hsuan
  4. Philippines, Carlo Biado / Jeff De Luna
  5. Germany, Ralf Souquet / Joshua Filler
  6. USA, Shane van Boening / Skyler Woodward
  7. Spain, David Alcaide / Francisco Sanchez Ruiz
  8. Holland, Niels Feijen / Marc Bijsterbosch
  9. Canada, Jason Klatt / Alex Pagulayan
  10. Japan, Naoyuki Oi / Toru Kuribayashi
  11. Finland, Mika Immonen / Petri Makkonen
  12. China B, Dejing Kong / Ming Wang
  13. England, Imran Majid / Mark Gray
  14. Greece, Alexander Kazakis / Nick Malaj
  15. Russia, Ruslan Chinakhov / Fedor Gorst
  16. Poland, Mateusz Sniegocki / Wiktor Zielinski
  17. Albania, Eklent Kaci / Edmond Zaja
  18. Scotland, Jayson Shaw / Scott Gillespie
  19. Sweden, Christian Sparrenloev-Fischer / Tomas Larsson
  20. Korea, Ryu Seung Woo / Jeong Young Hwa
  21. Estonia, Dennis Grabe / Mark Magi
  22. Indonesia, Arun / Feri Satriyadi
  23. Singapore, Aloysius Yapp / Toh Lian Han
  24. Thailand, Nitiwat Kanjanasri / Tanut Makkamontree
  25. Malaysia, Muhammad Almie / Darryl Chia
  26. Hong Kong, Lo Ho Sum / Robbie James Joaquin Capito
  27. New Zealand, Matt Edwards / Marco Teutscher
  28. Australia, James Delahunty / Justin Sajich
  29. Chile, Alejandro Carvajal / Enrique Rojas
  30. Kuwait, Bader Al Awadhi / Mohammad Al Khashawi
  31. Vietnam, Duong Quoc Hoang / Nguyen Anh Tuan
  32. South Africa, Richard Halliday / Jacobus Le Roux

World Cup of Pool 2018 Fixtures/Results

Tuesday 15th May

13:30 session
round1
Austria
7 - 3
Chile
Poland
7 - 4
Kuwait
Holland
7 - 5
Thailand
19:00 session
round1
Canada
3 - 7
Scotland
Germany
7 - 0
Indonesia
China B
7 - 2
South Africa

Wednesday 16th May

13:30 session
round1
Spain
7 - 3
Vietnam
Philippines
7 - 3
New Zealand
Chinese Taipei
7 - 1
Albania
19:00 session
round1
Greece
7 - 0
Hong Kong
England
7 - 2
Korea
USA
7 - 5
Singapore

Thursday 17th May

13:30 session
round1
Finland
7 - 3
Malaysia
Japan
5 - 7
Sweden
Russia
4 - 7
Australia
19:00 session
round1
China A
7 - 6
Estonia
round2
Austria
7 - 6
Poland
Scotland
2 - 7
Holland

Friday 18th May

13:30 session
round2
Germany
5 - 7
China B
England
0 - 7
Philippines
Chinese Taipei
7 - 1
Greece
19:00 session
round2
Finland
5 - 7
USA
Spain
7 - 3
Sweden
Australia
4 - 7
China A

Saturday 19th May

13:00 session
quarter final
Austria
9 - 3
Holland
China B
9 - 1
Philippines
18:00 session
quarter final
Chinese Taipei
9 - 5
USA
Spain
8 - 9
China A

Sunday 20th May

14:00 session
semi final
Chinese Taipei
7 - 9
China A
Austria
9 - 8
China B
19:00 session
final
Austria
3 - 10
China A

World Cup of Pool 2018 Draw

  •  
  • Austria 7
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  • Chile 3
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  • Poland 7
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  • Kuwait 4
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  • Canada 3
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  • Scotland 7
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  • Holland 7
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  • Thailand 5
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  • Germany 7
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  • Indonesia 0
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  • China B 7
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  • South Africa 2
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  • England 7
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  • Korea 2
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  • Philippines 7
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  • New Zealand 3
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  • Chinese Taipei 7
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  • Albania 1
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  • Greece 7
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  • Hong Kong 0
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  • Finland 7
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  • Malaysia 3
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  • USA 7
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  • Singapore 5
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  • Spain 7
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  • Vietnam 3
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  • Japan 5
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  • Sweden 7
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  • Russia 4
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  • Australia 7
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  • China A 7
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  • Estonia 6
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  • Austria 7
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  • Poland 6
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  • Scotland 2
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  • Holland 7
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  • Germany 5
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  • China B 7
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  • England 0
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  • Philippines 7
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  • Chinese Taipei 7
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  • Greece 1
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  • Finland 5
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  • USA 7
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  • Spain 7
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  • Sweden 3
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  • Australia 4
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  • China A 7
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  • Austria 9
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  • Holland 3
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  • China B 9
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  • Philippines 1
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  • Chinese Taipei 9
  •  
  • USA 5
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  • Spain 8
  •  
  • China A 9
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  •  
  • Austria 9
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  • China B 8
  •  
  • Chinese Taipei 7
  •  
  • China A 9
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  • Austria 3
  •  
  • China A 10
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World Cup of Pool History

Year
Venue
Winner
Score
Runner Up
 
2018
Luwan Arena, Shanghai
China
Wu Jiaqing & Liu Haitao
10-3
Austria
Albin Ouschan & Mario He
2017
York Hall, London, England
Austria
Albin Ouschan & Mario He
10-6
USA
Shane van Boening & Skyler Woodward
2015
York Hall, London, England
Chinese Taipei
Ko Pin Yi & Chang Yu Lung
10-8
England B
Mark Gray & Daryl Peach
2014
Portsmouth, England
England A
D. Appleton & K. Boyes
10-9
Holland
N. Feijen & N. van den Berg
2013
London, England
Philippines
L.V. Corteza & D. Orcollo
10-8
Holland
N. Feijen & N van den Berg
2012
Manila, Philippines
Finland
M. Immonen & P. Makkonen
10-8
Poland
K. Skowerski & W. Szewcyk
2011
Manila, Philippines
Germany
R. Souquet & T. Hohmann
10-4
Thailand
K. Palajin and N. Kanjanasri
2010
Manila, Philippines
China
Fu Jianbo & Li Hewen
10-5
Philippines
D. Orcollo & R. Gomez
2009
Manila, Philippines
Philippines
E. Reyes & F. Bustamante
11-9
Germany
R. Souquet & T. Hohmann
2008
Rotterdam, Holland
USA
R. Morris & S. Van Boening
11-7
England
D. Peach & M. Gray
2007
Rotterdam, Holland
China
Fu Jianbo & Li Hewen
11-10
Finland
M. Immonen & M. Juva
2006
Newport, Wales
Philippines
E. Reyes & F. Bustamante
13-5
USA
E. Strickland & R. Morris

World Cup of Pool 2018 Watch Live

The World Cup of Pool will be broadcast live on the below international networks. Fans in nations where the event is not broadcast on TV will be able to watch live at www.facebook.com/worldcupofpool

CCTV – China
Sky Sports – UK & Ireland
Fox Australia
Sky New Zealand
Viasat – (Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Bulgaria & Baltic States)
Kwese Sports – Sub Saharan Africa and South Africa
OSN/Showtime – Middle East and North Africa
DAZN Germany
DAZN Japan
DAZN Canada
Fox Asia
Eleven Sports (USA)

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