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World Snooker Calendar 2023/24

June
Dates
tournament
VENUE
live
Jun 26 - 30 Jun
Championship League 1
Leicester
July
Dates
tournament
VENUE
live
Jul 3 - 8 Jul
Championship League 2
Leicester
Jul 10 - 14 Jul
Championship League 3
Leicester
Jul 17 - 21 Jul
Championship League 4
Leicester
Jul 24 - 29 Jul
European Masters Qualifiers
Leicester
August
Dates
tournament
VENUE
live
Aug 14 - 19 Aug
British Open Qualifiers
Leicester
Aug 22 - 27 Aug
European Masters
Nuremburg
September
Dates
tournament
VENUE
live
Sep 1 - 9 Sep
English Open Qualifiers
Leicester
Sep 1 - 9 Sep
Wuhan Open Qualifiers
Leicester
Sep 11 - 17 Sep
Shanghai Masters
Shanghai
Sep 18 - 23 Sep
International Championship Qualifiers
Sheffield
Sep 25 - 1 Oct
British Open
Cheltenham
October
Dates
tournament
VENUE
live
Oct 2 - 8 Oct
English Open
Brentwood
Oct 9 - 15 Oct
Wuhan Open
Wuhan
Oct 16 - 20 Oct
Northern Ireland Open Qualifiers
Sheffield
Oct 22 - 29 Oct
Northern Ireland Open
Belfast
Oct 30 - 3 Nov
Scottish Open Qualifiers
Leicester
November
Dates
tournament
VENUE
live
Nov 5 - 12 Nov
International Championship
Tianjin
Nov 13 - 19 Nov
Champion of Champions
Bolton
Nov 18 - 23 Nov
UK Championship Qualifying
Leicester
Nov 25 - 3 Dec
UK Championship
York
December
Dates
tournament
VENUE
live
Dec 6 - 9 Dec
Shoot Out
Swansea
Dec 11 - 17 Dec
Scottish Open
Edinburgh
Dec 18 - 23 Dec
German Masters Qualifiers
Sheffield
January
Dates
tournament
VENUE
live
Jan 2 - 5 Jan
Championship League
Leicester
Jan 7 - 14 Jan
The Masters
London
Jan 15 - 21 Jan
World Grand Prix
Leicester
Jan 22 - 28 Jan
Welsh Open Qualifiers
Barnsley
Jan 22 - 28 Jan
Six Red World Championship Qualifiers
Barnsley
Jan 29 - 4 Feb
German Masters
Berlin
February
Dates
tournament
VENUE
live
Feb 5 - 10 Feb
Championship League
Leicester
Feb 12 - 18 Feb
Welsh Open
Llandudno
Feb 19 - 25 Feb
Players Championship
Telford
Feb 26 - 2 Mar
Championship League
Leicester
March
Dates
tournament
VENUE
live
Mar 4 - 9 Mar
Six Red World Championship
Bangkok
Mar 30 - 31 Mar
World Mixed Doubles
Manchester
April
Dates
tournament
VENUE
live
Apr 1 - 7 Apr
Tour Championship
Manchester
Apr 8 - 17 Apr
World Championship Qualifiers
Sheffield
Apr 20 - 6 May
World Championship
The Crucible

World Snooker Tour Calendar 2023/24

The 2023/24 WST season gets under way in June, and there will be plenty for snooker fans to look forward to on the calendar once again.

Just 56 days after Luca Brecel beat Mark Selby in a thrilling World Championship final at The Crucible, 10 months of non-stop drama and excitement will commence at Leicester’s Morningside Arena for the Championship League.

Up to 133 players – including the top 68 from the two-year ranking list at the end of last season and around 30 new professionals – will compete across 16 ranking tournaments and several invitational events (subject to change), with over £10million in prize money at stake.

As always, all eyes will be on snooker’s big three events will all venues and formats set to remain unchanged from last year.

First up, Mark Allen will defend his UK Championship title at the York Barbican between November 25 and December 3, while Judd Trump is the reigning champion at the Masters, which takes place at Alexandra Palace from January 7-14.

The season will then reach its dramatic climax at The Crucible, where the World Championship takes centre stage from April 20 to May 6.

Snooker’s second-most prestigious series is now into its sixth year, comprising of the World Grand Prix, Players Championship and Tour Championship.

The top 32 players on the one-year list will contest the World Grand Prix at the Morningside Arena in Leicester from January 15-21.

The top 16 players on the one-year list will then compete in the Players Championship at the Telford International Centre from February 19-25, before the top eight do battle at the Tour Championship, which runs from April 1-7 at Manchester Central.

Another firm favourite on the tour since its establishment in 2016-17, the Home Nations Series has produced four different events winners in five of its previous seven seasons.

The English Open will kick off this year’s series at the Brentwood Centre from October 2-8, before Belfast’s Waterfront Hall hosts the Northern Ireland Open between October 22-29.

The Scottish Open takes place at Edinburgh’s Meadowbank Sports Centre from December 11-17, while the series concludes at Venue Cymru in Llandudno with the Welsh Open between February 12-18.

The World Snooker Tour will return to China for the first time in four years, with a minimum of three tournaments to be staged in 2023.

Aside from last year’s Hong Kong Masters, which was an eight-player invitation event, these will be the first professional snooker events to be staged in China since the World Open in November 2019.

The Shanghai Masters, a 24-player invitational event, will take place from September 11-17, before Wuhan hosts a ranking event for the first time – the Wuhan Open – from October 9-15.

The International Championship will then return to the calendar from November 5-12, with the host city for the lucrative ranking event still to be confirmed.

Along with the old faithfuls like The Crucible, Alexandra Palace and York Barbican, the season also sees the introduction of several new venues to the tour.

Telford International Centre – host of the UK Championship between 2007 and 2010, as well as the 2000 Grand Prix – returns to the tour after a 13-year absence, with the Players Championship taking centre stage in February.

The Manchester Central will welcome the World Mixed Doubles and Tour Championship, which will be staged back to back at the end of March and beginning of April, while Swansea will host the Shoot Out in early December with a venue still to be confirmed.

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