How to watch 2022 Champion of Champions, full draw, schedule as Ronnie O’Sullivan eyes fourth title

The Champion of Champions is back in 2022 and 16 of the world’s greatest stars compete.

While there are no ranking points at stake, the £150,000 prize for the winner is more than enough incentive for those attending the latest edition of the event.

World Champion Ronnie O’Sullivan will be in action trying to claim his fourth title while Mark Allen, fresh from his Northern Ireland Open win, will also be in contention for the top prize.

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Judd Trump, who won the title last time out, will also be there as he attempts to defend his crown.

When is the 2022 Champion of Champions?

The 2022 Champion of Champions Tournament will take place from October 31st to November 6th, 2022.

Where does it take place?

University of Bolton Stadium will host the event for the second consecutive year after 2021.

How to watch Champion of Champions 2022?

In the UK and Ireland, the Champion of Champions will be broadcast live on ITV4.

Eurosport.co.uk will provide live coverage and breaking stories throughout the competition.

What is the format of the Champion of Champions 2022?

The 16-player elite event features all of the winners from last year’s professional World Snooker Tour.

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Players are drawn into four groups of four and then paired into group semifinals, with the winners going head-to-head in the group finals. The four winners advance to the tournament semi-finals and then to the finals.

Who plays?

Full line up

  • Judd Trump (Eng) – Champions of Champions, Turkish Champions
  • Zhao Xintong (Chn) – British Championship, German Champion
  • Neil Robertson (Aus) – Masters, Players Championship, Tour Championship,
  • Ronnie O’Sullivan (Eng) – World Championship, World Grand Prix, Hong Kong Masters
  • Fan Zhengyi (Chn) – European Champions (2021/22)
  • John Higgins (Sco) – Championship League
  • Luca Brecel (Bel) – Scottish Open
  • Kyren Wilson (Eng) – European Champions (2022/23)
  • Hossein Vafaei (Irn) – Shooting
  • Joe Perry (Eng) – Welsh Open
  • Robert Milkins (Eng) – Gibraltar Open
  • Ryan Day (Whale) – British Open
  • Lee Walker (Whale) – Senior Men’s World Championship
  • Mark Allen (NI) – Northern Ireland Open
  • Nutcharut Wongharuthai (Tha) – Women’s World Championship
  • Mark Selby (Eng) – Highest Ranking Player (World No. 4)

Draw / Schedule

Monday, October 31 (starting at 1 p.m.)

  • Group 4 Semifinals (Best of 7 Frames)
  • Mark Selby vs. Lee Walker
  • John Higgins vs. Hossein Vafaei
  • 7 p.m. – Group Finals (Best of 11 Frames)

Tuesday, November 1st (start 1pm)

  • Group 3 Semifinals (Best of 7 Frames)
  • Neil Robertson vs Fan Zhengyi
  • Kyren Wilson vs. Ryan Day
  • 7 p.m. – Group Finals (Best of 11 Frames)

Wednesday, November 2nd (starts at 1 p.m.)

  • Group 1 Semifinals (Best of 7 Frames)
  • Judd Trump vs Luca Brecel
  • Mark Allen vs Joe Perry
  • 7 p.m. – Group Finals (Best of 11 Frames)

Thursday, November 3 (starts at 1 p.m.)

  • Group 2 Semifinals (Best of 7 Frames)
  • Ronnie O’Sullivan vs. Robert Milkins
  • Zhao Xintong vs Mink Nutcharut
  • 7 p.m. – Group Finals (Best of 11 Frames)
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Friday, November 4 (starts at 7 p.m.)

  • 1. Semifinals – Group 1 Winner v Group 4 Winner (Best of 11 Frames)

Saturday, November 5 (starts at 7 p.m.)

  • 2. Semifinals – Winner Group 2 vs. Winner Group 3 (Best of 11 Frames)

Sunday, November 6th (13:00 & 19:00)

  • Finale (Best of 19 Frames)

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The Home Nations series is back and it’s live and exclusive to Discovery+. You can also now watch on-demand Seventh Heaven, a two-part show about Ronnie O’Sullivan’s historic world championship title last season.

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