League Snooker

Amateur snooker leagues form the backbone of snooker in the UK

“How can I join a snooker team?”

The best way to get started is through a club. This might be a dedicated snooker club, sports bar or a community social club. If you already play at a club or even if you are just visiting, ask the people running the club. Or ask around the others that are playing there. Most snooker teams are generally on the lookout for new talent!

Use our club finder if you need to find a place to play that might be involved in league snooker.

The administration of a snooker league will also be able to help you find a team to play for. They can contact the team captains or put out a general message to all the players that you looking to join a team.

Social media could be a great place to start your search. Why not join the Facebook group Amateur Snooker and ask if any local snooker teams are looking for players?

“What kind of snooker leagues are there?”

There are various types of league; singles, club/team, and county leagues.

Singles are usually between members of a club, club leagues are between teams from clubs (some clubs have more than one team), and county leagues are inter-county with winners going on to play in international events.

Some organisations have their own snooker leagues such as universities or professional associations.

These are the two main resources for the administration of local snooker leagues:

Also, some leagues have their own websites e.g.



Widnes Snooker

If you know of, or operate, an independent site, please do let us know. We will endeavour to collate all league websites on here.

Some regional associations organise leagues, such as:

Nottinghamshire Billiards and Snooker Association

Merseyside and district Billiards and Snooker Association

This page will grow into a major source of information for snooker players wanting to start playing league snooker. If you have any questions or suggestions, please email us on info@snookerhub.co.uk