The 2022 Cazoo Champion of Champions snooker will be staged at the Bolton Whites Hotel, the University of Bolton from Monday, October 31 to Sunday, November 6, with tickets on Priority Sale to 2021 ticketholders on Monday, 4 July with General Sale to follow on Wednesday, 6 July.
Featuring tournament winners from the previous 12 months, the Champion of Champions is the crème de la crème of the sport with the likes of 2021 winner Judd Trump, Cazoo UK Championship winner Zhao Xintong, Cazoo Masters, Players Championship, and Tour Championship champion Neil Robertson, Scottish Open winner Luca Brecel and three-time winner Ronnie O’Sullivan already booking their place.
The Bolton Whites Hotel soon to be named Bolton Stadium Hotel played host to the 2021 edition with player’s wearing personalised jerseys for the first time.
The tournament begins with a quartet of four-man groups played over four days from Monday, October 31 to Thursday, November 3. The winner of each group progresses to the semi-finals which are played on Friday, November 4, and Saturday, November 5. Before the final on Sunday, November 6 played over two sessions and 19 frames.
Matchroom Multi Sport Managing Director Emily Frazer said: “Bolton proved to be a fantastic opportunity last year for us to deliver snooker up in the North West and it brought an amazing tournament and great crowds throughout the week. So much so, that we’ve expanded our capacity this year to even more seats as we continue to create a unique spectacle for fans. We’re excited to further develop our arena and fan experience ahead of November.”
Tickets will start from £15 a session with fans also offered the opportunity to experience one of snooker’s finest spectacles in VIP from £95. VIP includes front two-row seats, a two-course meal, free programme on arrival, drinks voucher, access to the practice table viewing area, and much more.
New for this 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.
Fans who attended in 2021 will receive exclusive pre-sale access on Monday, 4 July. Ticket alert subscribers will get priority access to tickets on Tuesday, 5 July before General Sale commences on Wednesday, 6 July. All relevant access will be from 10am.
– Front row seat
– Practice table viewing area
– Drinks Voucher
– Commentary earpiece
– Photo with Champion of Champions trophy
– Private Cash Bar
– Tournament lounge access
– Hot lunch or dinner before the session
– Dessert during the mid-session interval
– Watch post-match interviews
– Free Programme on Arrival
Monday, 4 July @ 10am – Priority Sale to 2021 Ticketholders
Tuesday, 5 July @ 10am – Priority Sale to Ticket Alert Subscribers
Wednesday, 6 July @ 10am – General Sale
The full qualifying schedule for the 2022 Cazoo Champion of Champions will be revealed next week during live coverage of the 2022 Championship League Snooker – Ranking Event. Info here.
The 2022 Cazoo 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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