The EPSB has announced that its annual EPSB Players Membership is now available to purchase for the upcoming 2021/22 season via the WPBSA SnookerScores website.
Our new calendar of events is set to begin on 22 August and as in previous seasons, all players who wish to enter our national championships and tour events or are nominated by the EPSB to compete at international events, must hold current membership to be eligible.
We can confirm that players who are due to compete in our outstanding 2019/20 events from 24 July to 8 August, do not need to purchase this membership, as their existing membership remains valid for those events.
We are currently working to finalise event entry details for our upcoming events and will release further information over the coming days.
This season’s membership rates are as follows:
General Adult Membership: £20.00
Junior Membership (Under-14 on 31 December 2021): £5.00
Disability / Women’s / Billiards Membership: FREE
For the first time we are delighted to be able to offer free membership for all players with disabilities and our female players, as we aspire to boost participation levels and promote diversity in our sport.
We also understand that there are players who intend to compete in our new billiards events this season, who do not play snooker. Membership will also be free to these players to encourage participation. Should players holding Billiards Membership wish to enter snooker tournaments, they must purchase our General Adult Membership.
Our General Adult and Junior memberships remain unchanged from last season, offering fantastic value with 10 national championships and six tours due to be held over the next 12 months.
How to Purchase
All memberships will be available to purchase via WPBSA SnookerScores:
Your membership will only be formally accepted once you have made payment of your annual membership fee in full. You will not be permitted to enter events prior to payment being made.
Should you have any queries about your membership please contact us.
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