2020/21 Championship League Snooker Betting Tips


The 2020/21 Championship League will be the 14th is edition of a professional non-ranking snooker tournament. The tournament is scheduled to be held at the Morningside Arena in Leicester, England, starting in October 2020 and concluding with the Winners' Group in March 2021.

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When is the 2020/21 Championship League Snooker being played?

The 2020/21 Championship League Snooker is being played from October 2020 to March 2021.

Where is the 2020/21 Championship League Snooker being played?

The 2020/21 Championship League Snooker will be held at the Morningside Arena in Leicester, England.

What is the 2020/21 Championship League Snooker prize money?

The 2020/21 Championship League Snooker prize money is expected to be around £200,000 with the winner collecting £10,000 and the runner-up earning £5,000.

Who won the 2019/20 Championship League Snooker?

Scott Donaldson won his first professional tournament at the 2019/20 Championship League with a 3-0 win over Graeme Dott in the final.

When is the 2020/21 Championship League Snooker Final?

The 2020/21 Championship League Snooker Final will be played in March 2021.

Who has won the most Championship League Snooker titles?

Judd Trump has won three Championship League Snooker titles in 2009, 2014 and 2016. Martin Gould (2013, 2019) and John Higgins (2017, 2018) have both won two Championship League Snooker titles.

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2020/21 Championship League Snooker Betting Odds


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2020/21 Championship League Snooker Prize Money Break Down


The 2020/21 Championship League Snooker prize fund is expected to be £205,000 with the winner collecting £10,000 and the runner-up earning £5,000.

2020/21 Championship League Snooker Winners GroupPrize Money
Winner£10,000
Runner-Up£5,000
Losing Semi-finalist£3,000
Per Frame Won In Play-Offs£300
Per Frame Won In League£200
High Break Prize£1,000

2020/21 Championship League Snooker Qualifying GroupsPrize Money
Winner£3,000
Runner-Up£2,000
Losing Semi-finalist£1,000
Per Frame Won In League£100
Per Frame Won In Play-Offs£300
High Break Prize£500

2020/21 Championship League Snooker Players


There will be 31 players taking part in the 2020/21 Championship League. The 31 players that competed in 2019/20 included Barry Hawkins, Ali Carter, Anthony McGill, Barry Hawkins, Ben Woollaston, David Gilbert, Gary Wilson, Graeme Dott, Jack Lisowski, Jimmy Robertson, Joe Perry, John Higgins, Judd Trump, Kyren Wilson, Luca Brecel, Lyu Haotian, Mark King, Mark Selby, Mark Williams, Matthew Selt, Ricky Walden, Robert Milkins, Ryan Day, Stuart Bingham, Tom Ford, Xiao Guodong, Gary Wilson, John Higgins, Mark Williams, Neil Robertson and Scott Donaldson.

2020/21 Championship League Snooker Schedule & Dates


The 2020/21 Players Championship snooker is scheduled to be played from October 2020 to March 2021.

StageDates
Group 1October 2020
Group 2October 2020
Group 3October 2020
Group 4October 2020
Group 5January 2021
Group 6January 2021
Group 7March 2021
Winners' GroupMarch 2021

2020/21 Championship League Snooker Draw


The 2020/21 Championship League snooker draw features seven players that play each other once in a best of 5 frames match.

2020/21 Championship League Snooker Format


The 2020/21 Championship League snooker features seven groups each consisting of seven players. Each group sees the seven players play each other once in a best of five frames match.

The top four players from each group qualify for a play-off where the winner qualifies for the winners group. The bottom two players in each group are eliminated and the remaining four players move to the next group where they are joined by three more players until the seventh group. 

The seven group winners play in the Winners' Group with the winner taking the Championship League snooker title and earning a place at the 2021 Champion of Champions.

2020/21 Championship League Snooker Results


Get 2020/21 Championship League snooker results immediately to get prepared for the upcoming matches including match and outright markets.

Championship League Snooker Winners, Runners-up & Final Score


Scott Donaldson is the defending champion after beating Graeme Dott 3-0 in the 2019/20 Championship League final. It was Donaldson's first professional tournament win.

Judd Trump has won the most Championship League snooker titles with three in 2009, 2014 and 2016.

YearWinnerRunner-upFinal ScoreSeasonVenue
2020/21 tbc tbc tbc 2020/21 Morningside Arena, Leicester
2019/20 Scott Donaldson Graeme Dott 3–0 2019/20 Morningside Arena, Leicester
2019 Martin Gould Jack Lisowski 3–1 2018/19 Ricoh Arena and Barnsley Metrodome
2018 John Higgins Zhou Yuelong 3–2 2017/18 Ricoh Arena, Coventry
2017 John Higgins Ryan Day 3–0 2016/17 Ricoh Arena, Coventry
2016 Judd Trump Ronnie O'Sullivan 3–2 2015/16 Crondon Park Golf Club, Essex
2015 Stuart Bingham Mark Davis 3–2 2014/15 Crondon Park Golf Club, Essex
2014 Judd Trump Martin Gould 3–1 2013/14 Crondon Park Golf Club, Essex
2013 Martin Gould Ali Carter 3–2 2012/13 Crondon Park Golf Club, Essex
2012 Ding Junhui Judd Trump 3–1 2011/12 Crondon Park Golf Club, Essex
2011 Matthew Stevens Shaun Murphy 3–1 2010/11 Crondon Park Golf Club, Essex
2010 Marco Fu Mark Allen 3–2 2009/10 Crondon Park Golf Club, Essex
2009 Judd Trump Mark Selby 3–2 2008/09 Crondon Park Golf Club, Essex
2008 Joe Perry Mark Selby 3–1 2007/08 Crondon Park Golf Club, Essex

Championship League Snooker Highlights


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Championship League Snooker News


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Championship League Snooker Social Media


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Championship League Snooker History


The Championship League began in 2008 with 25 snooker professionals taking part with no audience and every match is broadcast online on the internet. Players earned money for every frame won and there was prize money for being a semi-finalist, runner-up and winner of each group with more money available in the winners group.

In the first two years of the Championship League all matches in the group stages were the best of four frames with a draw possible. From 2010 all matches are best of five frames.

The winner of the Championship League snooker earned a place in the Premier League Snooker until 2012 which was superseeded by the Champion of Champions in 2013.

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