World Cup of Pool 2015

The tenth annual World Cup of Pool is back and returns to York Hall, London with England as defending champions – this September 22-27.

32 two-player teams representing 31 countries will be competing for a $250,000 prize fund and some of the greatest names in world pool will be in attendance.

Teams from Philippines, Holland, China, and the USA will be among the host of talent vying for glory, with numerous world champions and Mosconi Cup stars gearing up for action in London. There are afternoon and evening sessions each day and tickets will be at a premium for what is one of the biggest pool events in the world!

Venue

  • York Hall, London

  • September 22nd - 27th 2015

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 Losers $4,500 (per pair)
  • Last-32 Losers $3,625 (per pair)

Schedule

12:30pm
round1
Korea
VS
Malaysia
China
VS
Romania
Canada
VS
France
6:30pm
round1
Germany
VS
Indonesia
England A
VS
Australia
Austria
VS
Peru
12:30pm
round1
Poland
VS
New Zealand
Chinese Taipei
VS
Estonia
Japan
VS
Italy
6:30pm
round1
USA
VS
Qatar
Holland
VS
India
Philippines
VS
Russia
12:30pm
round1
Spain
VS
Czech Republic
Finland
VS
Belgium
Greece
VS
Singapore
6:30pm
round1
England B
VS
Sweden
round2
Holland
VS
Japan
England A
VS
Korea
12:30pm
round2
Austria
VS
France
Indonesia
VS
Romania
Poland
VS
Chinese Taipei
6:30pm
round2
Czech Republic
VS
Qatar
Singapore
VS
Finland
England B
VS
Philippines
1:30pm
quarter final
Austria
VS
Chinese Taipei
Japan
VS
Qatar
6:30pm
quarter final
England A
VS
Romania
Finland
VS
England B
1:30pm
semi final
England A
VS
Chinese Taipei
Japan
VS
England B
6:30pm
final
Chinese Taipei
VS
England B

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World Cup of Pool 2015 Teams

  1. England A, Darren Appleton & Karl Boyes
  2. Philippines, Carlo Biado & Warren Kiamco
  3. Holland, Niels Feijen & Nick van den Berg
  4. Chinese Taipei, Ko Pin Yi & Chang Yu Lung
  5. Austria, Albin Ouschan & Mario He
  6. USA, Shane Van Boening & Mike Dechaine
  7. Greece, Nikos Ekonomopoulos & Alexander Kazakis
  8. China, Li Hewen & Liu Haitao
  9. Germany, Ralf Souquet & Thorsten Hohmann
  10. Finland, Mika Immonen & Petri Makkonen
  11. Spain, Francisco Diaz-Pizarro & Francisco Sanchez Ruiz
  12. Canada, Jason Klatt & John Morra
  13. Poland, Mateusz Sniegocki & Wojciech Szewczyk
  14. Japan, Naoyuki Oi & Toru Kuribayashi
  15. England B, Mark Gray & Daryl Peach
  16. Korea, Jeong Young Hwa & Ryu Seung Wu
  17. Malaysia, Ibrahim Bin Amir & AN Other
  18. Sweden, Marcus Chamat & Christian Sparrenloev-Fischer
  19. Italy, Danieli Corrieri & Antonio Benvenuto
  20. New Zealand, Matt Edwards & Nick Pera
  21. France, Stephan Cohen & Alex Montpellier
  22. Czech Republic, Roman Hybler & Michal Gavenciak
  23. Belgium, Serge Das & Olivier Mortier
  24. Indonesia, Muhammad Simanjuntak & Irsal Nasution
  25. Romania, Babken Melkonyan & Ioan Ladanyi
  26. Singapore, Aloysius Yapp & Chan Keng Kwang
  27. Qatar, Waleed Majid & Bashar Hussain
  28. Peru, Cristopher Tevez & Manuel Chau
  29. Estonia, Dennis Grabe & Erki Erm
  30. India, Raj Hundal & Amar Kang
  31. Russia, Ruslan Chinakhov & Konstantin Stepanov
  32. Australia, Robby Foldvari & Chris Calabrese

World Cup of Pool 2015 Fixtures/Results

Tuesday 22nd September

12:30pm session
round1
Korea
7 - 6
Malaysia
China
4 - 7
Romania
Canada
6 - 7
France
Race To 7
6:30pm session
round1
Germany
3 - 7
Indonesia
England A
7 - 5
Australia
Austria
7 - 5
Peru
Race To 7

Wednesday 23rd September

12:30pm session
round1
Poland
7 - 3
New Zealand
Chinese Taipei
7 - 5
Estonia
Japan
7 - 3
Italy
Race To 7
6:30pm session
round1
USA
5 - 7
Qatar
Holland
7 - 3
India
Philippines
7 - 4
Russia
Race To 7

Thursday 24th September

12:30pm session
round1
Spain
3 - 7
Czech Republic
Finland
7 - 4
Belgium
Greece
5 - 7
Singapore
Race To 7
6:30pm session
round1
England B
7 - 4
Sweden
Race To 7
round2
Holland
6 - 7
Japan
England A
7 - 0
Korea
Race To 7

Friday 25th September

12:30pm session
round2
Austria
7 - 2
France
Indonesia
5 - 7
Romania
Poland
3 - 7
Chinese Taipei
Race To 7
6:30pm session
round2
Czech Republic
3 - 7
Qatar
Singapore
4 - 7
Finland
England B
7 - 4
Philippines
Race To 7

Saturday 26th September

1:30pm session
quarter final
Austria
5 - 9
Chinese Taipei
Japan
9 - 4
Qatar
Race To 9
6:30pm session
quarter final
England A
9 - 3
Romania
Finland
4 - 9
England B
Race To 9

Sunday 27th September

1:30pm session
semi final
England A
6 - 9
Chinese Taipei
Japan
7 - 9
England B
Race To 9
6:30pm session
final
Chinese Taipei
10 - 8
England B
Race To 10

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