World Cup of Pool

2015 World Cup of Pool – Schedule and Draw

2015 World Cup of Pool

 World Cup of Pool

Champs open defence with Ashes showdown

 
Defending Champions England A will be getting their defence of the 2015 World Cup of Pool underway with a showdown against Ashes rivals Australia on the opening evening of the tournament. Taking place on the evening of Tuesday 22nd September at the famous York Hall in Bethnal Green, England’s Karl Boyes and Darren Appleton will be looking continue Australia’s dismal winless run in the competition.
Other marquee matches in the opening round of the $250,000 pairs tournament include last year’s runners-up Holland against the well-supported Indian team and betting favourites the Philippines against the dangerous Russian duo. Both matches are slated for Wednesday evening.
Previous champions China get their World Cup underway on the opening afternoon against debutants Romania while 2012 winners Finland face Belgium. Other big name teams include USA (Shane Van Boening and Mike Dechaine) against Qatar and Taiwan against Estonia.
The 2015 World Cup of Pool runs from Tuesday 22nd and culminates in the final on the evening of Sunday 27th. The event will be played to a single elimination format over six days with two sessions a day. There are 31 matches in total.
2015 World Cup of Pool Schedule – All matches are race to 7, except quarter and semi-finals (to 9) and the final (to 10).
Tuesday 22nd afternoon 12.30
R1 Korea (16) v Malaysia
R1 China (8) v Romania
R1 Canada (12) v France
 
Tuesday 22nd evening 18.30
R1 Germany (9) v Indonesia
R1 England A (1) v Australia
R1 Austria (5) v Peru
 
Wednesday 23rd afternoon 12.30
R1 Poland (13) v New Zealand
R1 Taiwan (4) v Estonia
R1 Japan (14) v Italy
 
Wednesday 23rd evening 18.30
R1 USA (6) v Qatar
R1 Holland (3) v India
R1 Philippines (2) v Russia
 
Thursday 24th afternoon 12.30
R1 Spain (11) v Czech Republic
R1 Finland (10) v Belgium
R1 Greece (7) v Singapore
 
Thursday 24th evening 18.30
R1 England B (15) v Sweden
R2 Holland (3) / India v Japan (14) / Italy
R2 England A (1) / Australia v Korea (16) / Malaysia
 
Friday 25th afternoon 12.30
R2 Austria (5) / Peru v Canada (12) / France
R2 China (8) / Romania v Germany (9) / Indonesia
R2 Poland (13) / New Zealand v Taiwan (4) v Estonia
 
Friday 25th evening 18.30
R2 Spain (11) / Czech Republic v USA (6) / Qatar
R2 Greece (7) / Singapore v Finland (10) / Belgium
R2 England B (15) / Sweden v Philippines (2) / Russia
 
Saturday 26th afternoon 13.30
Quarter-Final 1
Quarter-Final 2
 
Saturday 26th evening 18.30
Quarter-Final 3
Quarter-Final 4
 
Sunday 27th afternoon 13.30
Semi-Final 1
Semi-Final 2
 
Sunday 27th evening 18.30
The Final
 
 
2015 World Cup of Pool Draw
 
England A (1) v Australia
Korea (16) v Malaysia
 
Germany (9) v Indonesia
China (8) v Romania
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Austria (5) v Peru
Canada (12) v France
 
Poland (13) v New Zealand
Taiwan (4) v Estonia
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Holland (3) v India
Japan (14) v Italy
 
Spain (11) v Czech Republic
USA (6) v Qatar
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Greece (7) v Singapore
Finland (10) v Belgium
 
England B (15) v Sweden
Philippines (2) v Russia
 
Seedings
 
1 England A
2 Philippines
3 Holland
4 Taiwan
5 Austria
6 USA
7 Greece
8 China
9 Germany
10 Finland
11 Spain
12 Canada
13 Poland
14 Japan
15 England B
16 Korea
 
Tickets are now on sale at www.SEETickets.com and are priced at £10.00 per evening session (Tuesday to Friday), £12.50 per evening session on the Saturday and Sunday. Weekend afternoon sessions are £7.50 while Tuesday to Friday afternoons are free!
A season ticket covering all sessions is priced at £65.00.
 
The World Cup of Pool will carry a $250,000 prize fund including $60,000 for the champions. The event will be produced by Matchroom Sport Television and televised live on Sky Sports and then syndicated internationally as 31 x 1 hour programmes.
 
Diamond Billiards are the Official Table of the 2015 World Cup of Pool; the Official Cloth is supplied by Iwan Simonis and the Official Balls are Super Aramith. The Official Cue, Chalk and Rest are supplied by Predator.

Luke Riches

Media Manager at Matchroom Sports which has become one of the world's largest suppliers of sports programming over the past two decades. Matchroom Sport is one of the world’s leading producers of televised sport and are responsible for over 1,000 hours of original programming across a range of sports. Based in the UK and chaired by charismatic founder Barry Hearn, which organizes multiple pool events including the Mosconi Cup, the World Cup of Pool and the World Pool Masters.

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