04 Dec 2020
Everything you need to know about buying tickets for the 2021 Snooker UK Championship.
Snooker’s UK Championship will return to York Barbican in 2021, the home of the UK Championship since it was first staged here in 2001.
The tournament will feature 128 of the world’s top players battling for the famous trophy. One of snooker’s Triple Crown events, in recent years the UK Championship has been won by top stars including Judd Trump, Ronnie O’Sullivan, John Higgins, Neil Robertson and Ding Junhui.
Ahead of the tickets going on sale this Sunday, here is everything you need to know about buying tickets for the 2021 UK Snooker Championships:
When will the 2021 UK Snooker Championship take place?
The 2021 UK Championship will run from 23 Nov to 5 Dec. Tickets will be on sale on the day of this year’s final, this Sunday from 10am.
How do I book tickets for the 2021 UK Championship?
You can book your tickets for sessions taking place between 27 Nov and 5 Dec by clicking here. Session times and ticket details for 23 Nov to 25 Nov will be released in due course.
As our venue is currently closed due to the current pandemic, you can only book your tickets online at this point in time.
How much are tickets for the 2021 UK Championship?
Ticket prices for 27 Nov to 5 Dec range from £11 to £80. You can discover the prices for each session by clicking here.
What if I have accessibility requirements?
You can read our accessibility information for booking tickets by clicking here, or email our box office on [email protected].
What if I had booked tickets for this year’s tournament that has taken place behind closed doors?
If you originally booked tickets for the 2020 tournament, your tickets have been transferred to next year’s tournament. You can see which date your tickets will now be valid for using the table below. If you have any questions, we advise that you contact your point of purchase.
Discover more about the 2021 UK Snooker Championship by heading to the event page.