World Snooker Championship 2022 schedule and results: Live stream FREE and TV channel info
- 18:56, 26 Apr 2022
- Updated: 18:56, 26 Apr 2022
THE WORLD Snooker Championships are rolling on at pace at the iconic Crucible in Sheffield.
And world No 1 Ronnie O’Sullivan is cruising through the tournament – picking up his record 71st World Championship victory in the process.
And there’s already been a shock with last year’s winner Mark Selby crashing out to Bingtao Yan in the early stages.
The big tournament got underway on Saturday April, 16 and is scheduled to conclude on Monday, May 2.
Neil Robertson started as the bookies’ favourite on 4/1.
The Rocket O’Sullivan is back on 6/1.
World Snooker Championships schedule and results
Saturday, April 16
- Mark Selby 10-7 Jamie Jones
Sunday, April 17
- Zhao Xintong 10-2 Jamie Clarke
- Barry Hawkins 7-10 Jackson Page
- Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-5 David Gilbert
- Shaun Murphy 8-10 Stephen Maguire
Monday, April 18
- Mark Allen 10-6 Scott Donaldson
- Anthony McGill 10-7 Liam Highfield
- Mark Williams 10-3 Michael White
Tuesday, April 19
- Yan Bingtao 10-6 Chris Wakelin
- Neil Robertson 10-5 Ashley Hugill
- Stuart Bingham 10-5 Lyu Haotian
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Wednesday, April 20
- Kyren Wilson 10-5 Ding Junhui
- John Higgins 10-7 Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
- Jack Lisowski 10-8 Matthew Stevens
Thursday, April 21
- Luca Brecei 5-10 Noppon Saengkham
- Judd Trump 10-4 Hossein Vafaei
Friday, April 22
- Jackson Page 3-13 Mark Williams
Saturday, April 23
- Zhao Xintong 9-13 Stephen Maguire
- Mark Selby 10-13 Yan Bingtao
- Mark Allen 4-13 Ronnie O’Sullivan
Monday, April 25
- Noppon Saengkham 7-13 John Higgins
- Kyren Wilson 9-13 Stuart Bingham
- Anthony McGill 11-13 Judd Trump
- Neil Robertson 12-13 Jack Lisowski
Tuesday, April 26
- Stephen Maguire vs Ronnie O’Sullivan
- Yan Bingtao vs Mark Williams
- Jack Lisowski vs John Higgins
- Stuart Bingham vs Judd Trump
Thursday, April 28
Sunday, May 1
How can I watch the World Snooker Championship for FREE?
The World Snooker Championship will be available for free across BBC platforms.
BBC One, BBC Two and BBC iPlayer will all be used to broadcast the tournament.
You can also watch on Eurosport and Discovery+, which have TV rights until at least 2026.
World Snooker Championship 2022 prize money
The winner picks up a cool £500,000.
- Winner: £500,000
- Runner-up: £200,000
- Semi-finals: £100,000
- Quarter-finals: £50,000
- Last 16: £30,000
- Last 32: £20,000
- Highest televised break: £15,000
- Maximum break: £40,000