Africa Joins World Snooker Federation

We are today pleased to announce that the African Billiards and Snooker Confederation (ABSC) has become the latest regional body to become a full member of the World Snooker Federation (WSF). The agreement follows positive discussions between both organisations in...

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Oceania Joins World Snooker Federation

We are today delighted to welcome the Oceania Billiards and Snooker Federation (OBSF) as the latest full member of the World Snooker Federation (WSF). The WSF continues to welcome the support of national and regional bodies that share its commitment to both good...

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Challenge Tour Nominations Announced

The WPBSA and World Snooker have today announced further information in respect of the nominated players who will participate in the new Challenge Tour. To operate as a secondary circuit to the World Snooker Tour, Challenge Tour will comprise 10 events to be staged...

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Poland’s Stefanów to Join Professional Tour

World Snooker Federation Championship runner-up Adam Stefanów will take his place on the World Snooker Tour for the first time at the start of the 2018/19 season. After Lyu Haotian climbed into the top 64 of the world rankings at the end of last season following the...

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Luo Honghao Wins WSF Championship

The first-ever mixed gender WSF Championship staged by the World Snooker Federation has been won by Chinese teenager Luo Honghao following a 6-0 demolition of Adam Stefanów today in Malta. Both players progressed to today’s showpiece match following deciding-frame...

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Last Chance Stefanów Through to WSF Final

Poland’s Adam Stefanów is through to the final of the inaugural WSF Championship following a dramatic 4-3 victory against former professional Kristjan Helgason in Malta. Having already secured his place in the last four with an impressive 4-2 victory against last...

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Quarters Set at WSF Championship

The inaugural WSF Championship is now down to just eight players in Malta, one of whom will leave on Saturday night having secured their place on the World Snooker Tour for the next two seasons. However, with four tantalising places at next month’s professional World...

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