World Cup of Pool 2017

The 2017 12BET.com World Cup of Pool takes place at York Hall, London from June 13-18.

The tournament will be a gathering of some of the greatest players in the world, and there are a host of genuine contenders for the coveted title, including two sides from the host nation as 32 two-player teams battle it out for a $250,000 prize fund.

With the Mosconi Cup taking place in the USA this year, the 12BET.com World Cup of Pool represents an ideal opportunity for UK and European cue sports fans to come to London and support their countries in what is pool’s most exciting venue.

Venue

  • York Hall, Bethnall Green

  • June 13th - 18th 2017

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

12:30pm
round1
Germany
VS
Malta
Russia
VS
Malaysia
Canada
VS
Australia
6:30pm
round1
Spain
VS
Romania
Scotland
VS
New Zealand
England A
VS
India
12:30pm
round1
Poland
VS
Greece
Finland
VS
Norway
Chinese Taipei
VS
Kuwait
6:30pm
round1
Japan
VS
Thailand
Philippines
VS
Qatar
England B
VS
Indonesia
12:30pm
round1
China
VS
Portugal
Holland
VS
Hungary
Austria
VS
Sweden
6:30pm
round1
USA
VS
Singapore
round2
Japan
VS
Canada
Finland
VS
India
12:30pm
round2
Chinese Taipei
VS
Poland
China
VS
Germany
Russia
VS
Austria
6:30pm
round2
Philippines
VS
Holland
Scotland
VS
England B
USA
VS
Spain
1:30pm
quarter final
Chinese Taipei
VS
Japan
USA
VS
Finland
6:30pm
quarter final
China
VS
Philippines
England B
VS
Austria
1:30pm
semi final
Chinese Taipei
VS
USA
China
VS
Austria
6:30pm
final
USA
VS
Austria

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World Cup of Pool 2017 Teams

  1. Chinese Taipei, Ko Pin Yi & Chang Yu Lung
  2. Austria, Mario He & Albin Ouschan
  3. China, Wu Jiaqing & Dang Jinhu
  4. England A, Darren Appleton & Mark Gray
  5. USA, Shane Van Boening & Skyler Woodward
  6. Holland, Niels Feijen & Nick van den Berg
  7. Scotland, Jayson Shaw & Pat Holtz
  8. Canada, Alex Pagulayan & John Morra
  9. Japan, Naoyuki Oi & Hijikata Hayato
  10. England B, Imran Majid & Daryl Peach
  11. Philippines, Carlo Biado & Johann Chua
  12. Spain, David Alcaide & Francisco Sanchez Ruiz
  13. Finland, Mika Immonen & Petri Makkonen
  14. Germany, Ralf Souquet & Thorsten Hohmann
  15. Russia, Ruslan Chinakhov & Konstantin Stepanov
  16. Poland, Mateusz Sniegocki & Wojiech Szewczyk
  17. Greece, Nikos Ekonomopoulos & Alex Kazakis
  18. Norway, Matts B Schjetne & Tom Bjerke
  19. Portugal, Joao Grilo & Rui Edgar Franco
  20. Romania, Robert Braga & Ioan Ladanyi
  21. Sweden, Marcus Chamat & Daniel Tangudd
  22. Hungary, Gabor Solymosi & Gabor Antal
  23. India, Raj Hundal & Amar Kang
  24. Indonesia, Irsal Afrinneza Nasution & Muhammad Bewi Simajuntak
  25. Malaysia, Kok Jken Yung & Muhammad Almie
  26. Singapore, Toh Lian Han and Aloysius Yapp
  27. Thailand, Amnuayporn Chotipong & Tanut Makkamontree
  28. Australia, Justin Campbell & Michael Caccioli
  29. Kuwait, Bader Al Alawi & Mohammad Saleh Al Kashawi
  30. New Zealand, Matt Edwards & Toar Dotulong
  31. Malta, Tony Drago & Ryan Pisani
  32. Qatar, Waleed Majid & Bashar Hussain

World Cup of Pool 2017 Fixtures/Results

Tuesday 13th June

12:30pm session
round1
Germany
7 - 2
Malta
Russia
7 - 0
Malaysia
Canada
7 - 5
Australia
6:30pm session
round1
Spain
7 - 6
Romania
Scotland
7 - 6
New Zealand
England A
4 - 7
India

Wednesday 14th June

12:30pm session
round1
Poland
7 - 6
Greece
Finland
7 - 0
Norway
Chinese Taipei
7 - 3
Kuwait
6:30pm session
round1
Japan
7 - 2
Thailand
Philippines
7 - 4
Qatar
England B
7 - 0
Indonesia

Thursday 15th June

12:30pm session
round1
China
7 - 5
Portugal
Holland
7 - 0
Hungary
Austria
7 - 5
Sweden
6:30pm session
round1
USA
7 - 0
Singapore
round2
Japan
7 - 3
Canada
Finland
7 - 4
India

Friday 16th June

12:30pm session
round2
Chinese Taipei
7 - 5
Poland
China
7 - 0
Germany
Russia
2 - 7
Austria
6:30pm session
round2
Philippines
7 - 5
Holland
Scotland
6 - 7
England B
USA
7 - 5
Spain
Race To 7, winner breaks

Saturday 17th June

1:30pm session
quarter final
Chinese Taipei
9 - 2
Japan
USA
9 - 4
Finland
6:30pm session
quarter final
China
9 - 2
Philippines
England B
7 - 9
Austria
Race To 9, Winner Breaks

Sunday 18th June

1:30pm session
semi final
Chinese Taipei
4 - 9
USA
China
1 - 9
Austria
Race To 9, Winner Breaks
6:30pm session
final
USA
6 - 10
Austria
Race To 10, Winner Breaks

World Cup of Pool History

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World Cup of Pool 2017 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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