The English Under-21 Championship is the national snooker championship for players aged under-21 and has previously been won by future stars including current top 16 player Kyren Wilson.
- 27-28 April 2024 – The Winchester, Leicester
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Open to all EPSB members under the age of 21 on the 31st December 2023, the 2024 English Under-21 Snooker Championship will be played and completed during one weekend.
The closing date for entries is: Friday 19 January at 12:00pm GMT
We will aim to publish the draw at least three days prior to the start of the event. The draw will be open.
The championship is groups, followed by knockout. The format is as follows:
- Group stage matches will be the best of 5 frames
- KO matches up to and including the semi-finals will be the best of 7 frames
- The final will be the best of 9 frames
It is planned that the last eight will contest the Sunday, with the final scheduled for late afternoon.
Entry Fees and Prize Money
- Entry: £30
- Winner: £300
- Runner-Up: £150
- Semi-Finalists: £75
Please read the EPSB Selection Criteria Policy 2023/24 for information on player selection for international events.
2023 – Ryan Davies – Report / Results
2022 – Callum Beresford – Report / Results
No tournament in 2020/2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic
2020 – Sean Maddocks
2019 – Mark Lloyd
2018 – Louis Heathcote
2017 – Lewis Gillen
2016 – Peter Devlin
2015 – Sean O’Sullivan
2014 – Ashley Carty
2013 – Chris Wakelin
2012 – Kyren Wilson
2003 – Jamie O’Neill
2001 – Andrew Norman
2000 – Luke Fisher
1999 – Jason Barton
1998 – Robert Donkin
1997 – Luke Simmonds