This year’s Women’s Snooker World Cup and World Women’s Snooker Championship will run from 17-23 June 2019 at the Hi-End Snooker Club in Bangkok, Thailand and we are looking forward to welcoming all players to the event.
The latest information about both tournaments will be accessible through snookerscores.net. Links will be added below once the information is available.
World Women’s Snooker Championship
- Player list
- Group stage draw
- Knockout draw
- Match schedule
- Challenge Cup draw
- Challenge Cup schedule
Women’s Snooker World Cup
Please not that Wendy Jans will be a seeded player as 2018 European Championship winner.
A wildcard ‘Rest of the World’ place has been awarded to the two highest ranked players (Laura Evans and Wendy Jans) who wished to compete in the World Cup, but were otherwise unable to do so due to being the only player competing from their country.