April 29th, 2024

The 2024 Champion of Champions will return to the North West at the Toughsheet Community Stadium in Bolton from November 11-17, with tickets on sale now for one of the biggest events on the snooker calendar.


Matchroom Multi Sport’s Champion of Champions event will feature a lineup of elite players competing for glory on the green baize. Confirmed players for the 2024 edition include the defending champion Mark Allen, alongside other renowned champions such as Judd Trump, Mark Selby, Gary Wilson, and Ronnie O’Sullivan. With such a stellar cast, spectators can expect nothing short of extraordinary matches and breath-taking performances.

2023 Champion of Champions winner, Mark Allen said: “I’m incredibly excited to be participating in Champion of Champions once again. It’s a tournament that always brings out the best in players, and I cannot wait to be back on this grand stage. I’m looking forward to carrying last year’s momentum to hopefully secure my third victory at this prestigious event.”

Matchroom Multi-Sport CEO, Emily Frazer said: “Champion of Champions stands not only as a pinnacle event in our calendar but as a cornerstone in the world of snooker.  With an exceptional lineup of champion players and a venue renowned for its passionate audience, we’re poised for yet another unforgettable spectacle of snooker excellence. Fans simply cannot afford to miss this.”

The confirmed qualifying list will consist of 26 spots divided into six sections, with tournaments in each section listed chronologically. The first 16 different players on the list will form the field for the 2024 Champion of Champions. Opportunities will come thick and fast over the coming months, with the 2024 World Championship being the next opportunity for players to secure their spot.

The tournament begins with a quartet of four-man groups played over four days from Monday, 11 November to Thursday, 14 November. The winner of each group progresses to the semi-finals which are played on Friday, 15 November, and Saturday, 16 November. Before the final on Sunday, 17 November played over two sessions and 19 frames.

Tickets start from £15 a session, with fans also offered the opportunity to experience one of snooker’s finest spectacles in VIP from £110. VIP includes front two-row seats, a premium two course meal, free programme on arrival, drinks voucher, access to the practice table viewing area, and much more.

Following on from last year, fans will be given the option of a front two-row seat for the opening four days with our gold seating from £25 per session. Gold seats are only available during the group stage. VIP tickets are available for the semi-finals and final.

VIP Includes

– Front two-row seat

– Waiter service in hospitality

– Premium Hot Lunch or Dinner pre-session

– Dessert during mid-session interval

– Snooker Star Meet & Greet

– Programme on Arrival

– Commentary earpiece

– Drinks voucher

– Photo with the Champion of Champions trophy

– Private Bar

Similar to previous years, hospitality tickets are available for the Friday, Saturday, and Sunday sessions, providing patrons with an elevated experience to enjoy the tournament in style.

Event Schedule

The action-packed week will commence with sessions from Monday, November 11th, to Thursday, November 14th. Doors will open at 12:15 for the afternoon session, followed by an evening session starting at 18:15. On Friday, November 15th, and Saturday, November 16th, VIP guests will be welcomed at 17:30, with general admission opening at 18:15 for the evening session. The final showdown on Sunday, November 17th, will see doors opening at 12:15 for the afternoon session, followed by VIP doors at 17:30 and general admission at 18:15 for the evening session.

The 2024 Champion of Champions will be broadcast live on ITV in the UK, DAZN, Viaplay, and Matchroom.Live with other broadcasters to be revealed in the coming weeks.

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