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The 2022 World Snooker Championship is going to be held from Saturday, April 16 to April 22 at the Crucible Theatre. Here, you will know everything about the tournament.

All the best players around the world will participate in this tournament. The defending champion, Mark Selby, will open this year’s competition against Jamie Jones on Saturday, having not played since losing to Liam Highfield at the Welsh Open in March.

Later in the afternoon, second seed Ronnie O’Sullivan is scheduled to play with The Rocket against David Gilbert. The entire World Snooker Championship main draw has seeded stars in slots throughout the week in the hopes of avoiding early departures.

Here, you will know when and how to watch the tournament, along with the full schedule and top seeds.

World Snooker Championship 2022 Full Schedule

The tournament will begin on Saturday, April 16, and continue until Thursday, April 21.

Saturday 16th April

10 am (BBC Two/Eurosport)

  • Mark Selby vs. Jamie Jones
  • Zhao Xintong vs. Jamie Clarke

2:30 pm (BBC One/Eurosport)

  • Barry Hawkins vs. Jackson Page
  • Ronnie O’Sullivan vs. David Gilbert

7 pm (BBC Four/Eurosport)

  • Mark Selby vs. Jamie Jones
  • Shaun Murphy vs. Stephen Maguire

Sunday 17th April:

10 am (BBC Two/Eurosport)

  • Anthony McGill vs. Liam Highfield
  • Zhao Xintong vs. Jamie Clarke

2:30 pm (BBC One/Eurosport)

  • Mark Williams vs. Michael White
  • Ronnie O’Sullivan vs. David Gilbert

7 pm (BBC Red Button/Eurosport)

  • Barry Hawkins vs. Jackson Page
  • Shaun Murphy vs. Stephen Maguire

Monday 18th April

10 am (BBC Two/Eurosport)

  • Anthony McGill vs. Liam Highfield
  • Mark Allen vs. Scott Donaldson

2:30 pm (BBC Two/Eurosport)

  • Mark Williams v Michael White
  • Neil Robertson v Ashley Hugill

7 pm (BBC Four/Eurosport)

  • Stuart Bingham vs. Lyu Haotian
  • Mark Allen vs. Scott Donaldson

Tuesday 19th April:

10 am (BBC Two/Eurosport)

  • Yan Bingtao vs. Chris Wakelin
  • Neil Robertson vs. Ashley Hugill

2:30 pm (BBC Two/Eurosport)

  • Stuart Bingham vs. Lyu Haotian
  • John Higgins vs. Thepchaiya Un-Nooh

7 pm (BBC Four/Eurosport)

  • Yan Bingtao vs. Chris Wakelin
  • Jack Lisowski vs. Mathew Stevens

Wednesday 20th April:

10 am (BBC Two/Eurosport)

  • Kyren Wilson vs. Ding Junhui
  • John Higgins vs. Thepchaiya Un-Nooh

2:30 pm (BBC Two/Eurosport)

  • Judd Trump vs. Hossein Vafai
  • Jack Lisowski vs. Mathew Stevens

7 pm (BBC Four/Eurosport)

  • Kyren Wilson vs. Ding Junhui
  • Luca Brecel vs. Noppon Saengkham

Thursday 21st April:

1 pm (BBC Two/Eurosport)

  • Luca Brecel vs. Noppon Saengkham

7 pm (BBC Four/Eurosport)

  • Judd Trump vs. Hossein Vafai

Venue

The tournament will take place at the Crucible Theatre. the venue has a capacity of 980 people.

World Snooker Championship 2022 TV Coverage and Live Stream Guide

BBC Two will show the tournament on television. You will need a cable TV subscription to watch the matches there. They will cover all the matches of the tournament.

DAZN will show the live stream of the World Snooker Championship online. With a monthly DAZN subscription, the whole tournament will be covered. The monthly subscription will cost you $19.99. So, buy your favorite package and watch the tournament on your streaming device

in the UK; Eurosports will show the tournament. You will need to subscribe t this channel to watch the event here. Eurosport will also cover the full tournament. The broadcasting schedule is the same as the BBC two.

Top Players:

Seeding Player
1 Mark Selby (England)
2 Ronnie O’Sullivan (England)
3 Neil Robertson (Australia)
4 Judd Trump (England)
5 Kyren Wilson (England)
6 John Higgins (Scotland)
7 Zhao Xintong (China)
8 Mark Williams (Wales)
9 Barry Hawkins (England)
10 Shaun Murphy (England)
11 Luca Brecel (Belgium)
12 Stuart Bingham (England)
13 Anthony McGill (Scotland)
14 Jack Lisowski (England)
15 Mark Allen (Northern Ireland)
16 Yao Bingtao (China)

Conclusion:

World Snooker Championship 2022 will be very exciting this year. All the top-class players will come here and entertain their fans. So, if you are a snooker fan, catch all the actions live.

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