Tickets for the 2022 Cazoo UK Championship in York, running from November 12-20, are still available!
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First round match fixtures are now confirmed for the top 16 seeds competing in next month’s Cazoo UK Championship in York, including Ronnie O’Sullivan, Judd Trump, John Higgins, Neil Robertson, Mark Selby and defending champion Zhao Xintong.
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First round matches are:
Saturday November 12, 1pm
Zhao Xintong v Sam Craigie
Mark Allen v Jordan Brown
Saturday November 12, 7pm
Kyren Wilson v Matthew Selt
Ryan Day v Jimmy White
Sunday November 13, 1pm
Neil Robertson v Joe Perry
Luca Brecel v Lyu Haotian
Sunday November 13, 7pm
John Higgins v Tom Ford
Barry Hawkins v Ding Junhui
Monday November 14, 1pm
Ronnie O’Sullivan v Matthew Stevens
Yan Bingtao v Zhou Yuelong
Monday November 14, 7pm
Mark Williams v Jamie Clarke
Stuart Bingham v Liam Highfield
Tuesday November 15, 1pm
Judd Trump v Xiao Guodong
Jack Lisowski v Xu Si
Tuesday November 15, 7pm
Mark Selby v Hossein Vafaei
Shaun Murphy v David Gilbert
The York Barbican has been the home of the event since 2011
The tournament’s structure will mirror that of the World Championship, with the top 16 seeded into the last 32, to be joined by 16 players who come through the players who come through the qualifying rounds.
Prize money for the Cazoo UK Championship, one of the sport’s Triple Crown events, has been increased from £1,009,000 to £1,205,0000, with the first prize up from £200,000 to £250,000.
The final stages of the tournament will run from November 12 to 20 at the York Barbican, its home since 2011. This will be immediately preceded by a qualifying event featuring 128 players, made up by 112 professionals and 16 invited amateurs.
The UK Championship was first staged in 1977 and is one of snooker’s longest running events. It is broadcast to a global audience of hundreds of millions by BBC, Eurosport, CCTV5 and a range of other outlets worldwide.
China’s Zhao Xintong is the current champion having beaten Belgium’s Luca Brecel in the 2021 final.
In recent years, the event has started with all 128 players in a flat draw, but the decision to seed the top 16 to the last 32 round ensures that the sport’s biggest stars will feature in the televised phase. Matches will remain best of 11 frames up until the final.
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This event is part of our blue riband events; the Triple Crown Series – don’t miss out!