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2023 World Snooker Championship TV and Live Streams – Where To Watch Snooker In UK

The 2023 World Snooker Championship promises to be another great spectacle at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. Viewers from all around the world will be tuning in to World Snooker Championship streams to watch the top players compete for the sport’s most prestigious tournament.

The main draw of the tournament, which consists of 32 players starting, lasts for two weeks. It’s a long test of endurance for those players who make it to the Final, which this year is played on April 30th and May 1st.

Those fans of the sports and eager punters looking to get into snooker predictions for the tournament and see how those picks are getting along will be hoping to catch every minute of the action.

But it leads to the question of where can I watch World Snooker Championship live streams?

World Snooker Championship Live Streams

The first action from 2023 World Snooker Championship is on April 15th as the First Round swings into play. The entire 2023 World Snooker Championship is being broadcast on the BBC. It was on BBC Radio 5 Live that the draw for this year’s tournament was made and they will have blanket coverage of this year’s event on TV.

For the World Snooker Championship on TV, only select live matches will be shown on BBC TV. However, on the BBC iPlayer, viewers can select matches of their choice for uninterrupted coverage, or through the BBC Website and the BBC Sport app.

The BBC iPlayer World Snooker Championship Live Streaming is free to anyone with a valid TV licence, and it is available on a variety of platforms. BBC Two will wrap up the day’s play with some highlights in the evenings.

UK viewers do also have the option of visiting Eurosport for coverage, or Discovery+, both of which require a subscription.

Overview Of 2023 World Snooker Championship Dates

It’s time to clear the calendar once again as the blue riband snooker tournament, the World Championship hits the screens. Here are the dates and scheduled times of play for the daily sessions to note for World Snooker Championship Live Streaming.

Saturday, April 15th

Round 1: 10am/2:30pm/7pm

Sunday, April 16th

Round 1: 10am/2:30pm/7pm

Monday, April 17th

Round 1: 10am/2:30pm/7pm

Tuesday, April 18th

Round 1: 10am/2:30pm/7pm

Wednesday, April 19th

Round 1: 10am/2:30pm/7pm

Thursday, April 20th

Round 1 or Round 2: 1pm/7pm

Friday, April 21st

Round 2: 10am/2:30pm/7pm

Saturday, April 22nd

Round 2 :10am/2:30pm/7pm

Sunday, April 23rd

Round 2: 10am/2:30pm/7pm

Monday, April 24th

Round 2: 1pm/7pm

Tuesday, April 25th

Quarter-finals: 10am/2:30pm/7pm

Wednesday, April 26th

Quarter-finals: 10am/2:30pm/7pm

Thursday, April 27th

Semi-finals: 1pm/7pm

Friday, April 28th

Semi-finals: 10am/2:30pm/7pm

Saturday, April 29th

Semi-finals: 10am/2:30pm/7pm

Sunday, April 30th

Final: 1pm/7pm

Monday, May 1st

Final: 7pm

Other International Broadcasters

Eurosport will have coverage across Europe of the famous tournament and in the USA and Canada DAZN are this year streaming coverage of the event for North American consumers. Other broadcasters around the world will cover the tournament and Australian viewers, can drop into Matchroom Live.

Australian viewers have the option of a tournament pass, a daily pass or an annual pass. Coverage of the 2023 World Snooker Championship in New Zealand is through Sky Sport.

  • UK – BBC, Eurosport, Discovery+
  • Europe – Eurosport
  • USA – DAZN
  • Canada – DAZN
  • Australia – Matchroom Live
  • New Zealand – Sky Sport

2023 World Snooker Championship Live Streams

Matchroom Live, a subscription service, is providing World Snooker Championship Streams. It’s a popular platform for snooker, darts, boxing and pool live streams, plus they also have on-demand matches if you need to catch up.

Also, check with your bookmaker to see if they are providing live World Snooker Championship Streams as part of their regular services.

Tournament Format

The World Snooker Championship will thrill viewers around the world! The format of the tournament is the same as it’s been since the early 1980s. It’s 32 players in the main draw, of which sixteen are the leading players from the World Rankings.

The other sixteen players have all made it through three qualifying rounds to take their spot in the draw for the famous tournament.

Who will be crowned the champion? Tune in to the action live on TV or via a live stream to find out!

Ronnie O'Sullivan World Snooker Championship

Players to Look Out For

Among the players lining up in the draw are the defending champion Ronnie O’Sullivan. Other former champions in the draw include Mark Selby, Shaun Murphy, Ding Junhui, Neil Robertson, and Judd Trump. Check out the latest odds for the 2023 World Snooker Championship.

Latest News & Results

The World Snooker Championship is the biggest event of the season and spectators around the world are tuning in to watch the action unfold as everything builds to the conclusion of the final which is fought over 35 frames on April 30th and May 1st.

Follow all the latest snooker predictions for the tournament as another chapter in this famous event’s history is written.

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About the author

Lee Jackson

Lee has been a freelance sports writer for over a decade and is a massive sports fan, following Chelsea in the Premier League and Gloucester in Premiership Rugby. Few sports events get him more excited than Ashes cricket, however.

Lee has followed darts since the good old days of Eric Bristow and John Lowe producing highlight moments at the World Championships on dark winter nights.