Women’s Snooker

The WPBSA is committed to providing opportunities for women and girls to play our inclusive sport through its recognised subsidiary organisation World Women's Snooker (WWS).

The WWS Tour is an officially recognised qualification pathway to the World Snooker Tour and comprises several international ranking tournaments annually.

These events are open to women and girls of all ages, with players of any level of experience encouraged to pick up a cue and take to the baize.

Over 170 players from approximately 30 countries currently compete on the WWS Tour, with leading players including 12-time world champion Reanne Evans, Hong Kong’s Ng On Yee and Mink Nutcharut of Thailand having also competed professionally on the World Snooker Tour.

For more information about women’s snooker and how you can get involved please visit: www.womenssnooker.com

You can also follow via social media on both Twitter and Facebook.

Diversity & Inclusion

Snooker is an inclusive sport and the WPBSA as the world governing body for snooker and billiards encourages mixed gender events. The only exemption is the development tour operated by World Women’s Snooker.

Snooker is open to all who wish to be involved in any capacity and we encourage all transgender and non-binary participants to take part. Please read our WPBSA Trans and Gender Diverse Policy for further information and guidance.