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Home Nations Series – 2022 BetVictor Northern Ireland Open

  • Waterfront Hall, 2 Lanyon Place, Belfast, BT1 3WH

2022 Northern Ireland Open returns to the Waterfront Hall Belfast! 

Dates: Sunday 16th – Sunday 23rd October 2022

Venue: Waterfront Hall, Belfast, BT1 3WH

 

 

 

Click here to see Ticket Prices and the draw.

For the latest match schedule click here

Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd Reserved Seating Plan


World Champion Ronnie O’Sullivan, defending champion and local favourite Mark Allen, Judd Trump, Mark Selby and Neil Robertson are among the snooker kings set to play on the first day of the BetVictor Northern Ireland Open in Belfast on Sunday October 16th.

Click here for the draw

Click here for the format

Click here for the pre-event information if you are attending the tournament.

All of the world’s top 16 are among a line up of over 70 players. Matches on the opening day include:

Kyren Wilson v Ken Doherty (10am)

Judd Trump v Rod Lawler (1pm)

Mark Selby v Reanne Evans (afternoon session)

Neil Robertson v Fraser Patrick (afternoon session)

Ronnie O’Sullivan v Lukas Kleckers (7pm)

Mark Allen v Chang Bingyu (not before 8pm) 

Local talent Joe Connolly, age 14 from Belfast, has been handed a wild card place in the event and he’ll be up against 18-year-old Robbie McGuigan, the Northern Ireland amateur champion. That match takes place on the Sunday afternoon.

Tickets for that day are still available and cost just £15 for a session or £25 for the whole day – incredible value for the chance to see the world’s best. Seats are available throughout the week, with the final on Sunday October 23rd priced at £80 for the whole day.


The Northern Ireland Open is the first of four events in the 2022/23 Home Nations Series and will receive extensive live television coverage on Eurosport.

The tournament features 128 of the world’s leading players, battling for the famous Alex Higgins Trophy.

Mark Allen won the 2021 tournament in front of his home fans in Belfast. He beat John Higgins 9-8 in an epic final, for the match report click here.