World Cup of Pool 2019

The BetVictor World Cup of Pool returns to England as China bid to become the first nation to successfully defend a World Cup title.

They’ll have to fend off one of the best doubles fields ever assembled with the likes of Great Britain, USA, Philippines, Chinese Taipei and Germany among the powerhouse nations desperate to land the trophy.

The world’s biggest 9-ball doubles events brings together the very best players from across the globe in 32 two-man teams. Who will take home the title this year?

Venue

  • Morningside Arena, Leicester, UK

  • June 25th - 30th 2019

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

1:30pm
round1
China
VS
Sweden
Russia
VS
Albania
Netherlands
VS
South Africa
7pm
round1
USA
VS
Brazil
Philippines
VS
Czech Republic
Great Britain B
VS
Chile
1:30pm
round1
Germany
VS
Estonia
Japan
VS
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
VS
Romania
7pm
round1
Canada
VS
France
Greece
VS
New Zealand
Great Britain A
VS
Malta
1:30pm
round1
Austria
VS
Croatia
Finland
VS
Singapore
Poland
VS
Italy
7pm
round1
Spain
VS
Australia
round2
China
VS
Chile
Netherlands
VS
USA
1:30pm
round2
Philippines
VS
Albania
Canada
VS
Estonia
Chinese Taipei
VS
Greece
7pm
round2
Hong Kong, China
VS
Austria
Spain
VS
Finland
Poland
VS
Great Britain A
1:30pm
quarter final
China
VS
Netherlands
Philippines
VS
Canada
6:30pm
quarter final
Greece
VS
Austria
Spain
VS
Great Britain A
1:30pm
semi final
Netherlands
VS
Philippines
Austria
VS
Spain
6:30pm
final
Philippines
VS
Austria

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World Cup of Pool 2019 Teams

  1. China, Wu Jiaqing / Liu Haitao
  2. Great Britain A, Jayson Shaw / Chris Melling
  3. Chinese Taipei, Ko Pin-Yi / Ko Ping-Chung
  4. Germany, Joshua Filler / Ralf Souquet
  5. Philippines, Carlo Biado / Jeff De Luna
  6. Austria, Albin Ouschan / Mario He
  7. Spain, David Alcaide / Francisco Sanchez Ruiz
  8. USA, Shane van Boening / Skyler Woodward
  9. Netherlands, Niels Feijen / Marc Bijsterbosch
  10. Finland, Petri Makkonen / Mika Immonen
  11. Japan, Naoyuki Oi / Toru Kuribayashi
  12. Russia, Fedor Gorst / Ruslan Chinakhov
  13. Canada, Alex Pagulayan / John Morra
  14. Greece, Alexander Kazakis / Nick Malaj
  15. Poland, Konrad Juszczyszyn / Mateusz Sniegocki
  16. Great Britain B, Mark Gray / Imran Majid
  17. Albania, Eklent Kaci / Besar Spahiu
  18. Australia, Justin Sajich / Danny Stone
  19. Czech Republic, Roman Hybler / Michal Gavenčiak
  20. Estonia, Denis Grabe / Mark Magi
  21. Italy, Fabio Petroni / Daniele Corrieri
  22. Malta, Tony Drago / Clayton Castaldi
  23. New Zealand, Matt Edwards / Simon Singleton
  24. South Africa, Richard Halliday / Vincent Halliday
  25. Sweden, Marcus Chamat / Tomas Larsson
  26. Chile, Enrique Rojas / Alejandro Carvajal
  27. France, Alex Montpellier / Fabio Rizzi
  28. Hong Kong, China, Lo Ho Sum / Yip Kin Ling
  29. Singapore, Aloysuis Yapp / Sharik Aslam Sayed
  30. Romania, Babken Melkonian / Ioan Ladanyi
  31. Croatia, Philipp Stojanovic / Roberto Bartol
  32. Brazil, Fabio Luersen / Luis Gustavo da Silva

World Cup of Pool 2019 Fixtures/Results

Tuesday 25th June

1:30pm session
round1
China
7 - 1
Sweden
Russia
3 - 7
Albania
Netherlands
7 - 2
South Africa
7pm session
round1
USA
7 - 2
Brazil
Philippines
7 - 6
Czech Republic
Great Britain B
5 - 7
Chile

Wednesday 26th June

1:30pm session
round1
Germany
6 - 7
Estonia
Japan
4 - 7
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
7 - 2
Romania
7pm session
round1
Canada
7 - 2
France
Greece
7 - 3
New Zealand
Great Britain A
7 - 5
Malta

Thursday 27th June

1:30pm session
round1
Austria
7 - 3
Croatia
Finland
7 - 5
Singapore
Poland
7 - 5
Italy
7pm session
round1
Spain
7 - 5
Australia
round2
China
7 - 6
Chile
Netherlands
7 - 3
USA

Friday 28th June

1:30pm session
round2
Philippines
7 - 5
Albania
Canada
7 - 6
Estonia
Chinese Taipei
5 - 7
Greece
7pm session
round2
Hong Kong, China
5 - 7
Austria
Spain
7 - 5
Finland
Poland
5 - 7
Great Britain A

Saturday 29th June

1:30pm session
quarter final
China
5 - 9
Netherlands
Philippines
9 - 5
Canada
6:30pm session
quarter final
Greece
2 - 9
Austria
Spain
9 - 6
Great Britain A

Sunday 30th June

1:30pm session
semi final
Netherlands
6 - 9
Philippines
Austria
9 - 3
Spain
6:30pm session
final
Philippines
3 - 11
Austria

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