Hall of Fame

First established in 2011, the World Snooker Tour Hall of Fame currently comprises no fewer than 30 individuals, each of whom has made an outstanding contribution to our great sport during their lifetime.

From iconic players and world champions, to those who have played a fundamental part in the administration of snooker and billiards worldwide, those included within the Hall of Fame are (in order of induction):

  • Joe Davis – 15-Time World Snooker Champion
  • Fred Davis – Eight-Time World Snooker Champion
  • John Pulman – Eight-Time World Snooker Champion
  • Ray Reardon – Six-Time World Snooker Champion
  • John Spencer – Three-Time World Snooker Champion
  • Alex Higgins – Two-Time World Snooker Champion
  • Steve Davis – Six-Time World Snooker Champion

  • Walter Donaldson – Two-Time World Snooker Champion
  • John Higgins – Four-Time World Snooker Champion
  • Ronnie O’Sullivan – Six-Time World Snooker Champion
  • Mark Williams – Three-Time World Snooker Champion

  • Terry Griffiths – 1979 World Snooker Champion
  • Joe Johnson – 1986 World Snooker Champion
  • Ken Doherty – 1997 World Snooker Champion
  • Peter Ebdon – 2002 World Snooker Champion
  • Shaun Murphy – 2005 World Snooker Champion

  • Graeme Dott – 2006 World Snooker Champion
  • Neil Robertson – 2010 World Snooker Champion
  • Cliff Thorburn – 1980 World Snooker Champion
  • Dennis Taylor – 1985 World Snooker Champion

  • Mark Selby – Three-Time World Snooker Champion
  • John Parrott – 1991 World Snooker Champion
  • Stuart Bingham – 2015 World Snooker Champion
  • Sindhu Pulsirivong – “The Godfather of Asian Snooker” and former BSAT President

  • Rex Williams – Seven-Time World Billiards Champion
  • Clive Everton – Leading Commentator and Journalist for over 40 years
  • Jimmy White – “The People’s Champion” and 10-Time Ranking Event Winner

  • Ding Junhui – 14-Time Ranking Event Winner and China’s most successful ever player
  • Barry Hearn – Current WST Chairman and leading sport’s promoter