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Saturday April 17th to Saturday May 3rd 2021 sees the return of the Betfred World Snooker Championship. A highlight of the sporting calendar, join snooker legends Ronnie O’Sullivan, Judd Trump and others in a 17-day test of skill, wit and endurance. Who will win the cornerstone of snooker’s Triple Crown this year? Will Ronnie O’Sullivan conquer the Crucible for the 7th time and be crowned World Snooker Champion 2021? Tune in live on TVMucho to find out.
The action will be broadcast live on BBC One from Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre, England; home to the World Snooker Championship since 1977. Over 500 million people are expected to tune into the most important and prestigious event in the snooker calendar. Will you be one of them? Keep your eyes on the ball and get 15 min free TV a day with TVMucho! Or why not upgrade to a premium membership to get unlimited TV time and 7-day recordings (50h) so you’ll never miss a thing.
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The prize money for the 2020 Snooker World Championship was £2,395,000, of which £500,000 was awarded to winner Ronnie O’Sullivan. The prize money for the 2021 Snooker World Championship has yet to be decided.
The winner of the 2020 World Snooker Championship was Ronnie O’Sullivan. He won the World Championship for the 6th time in his career, beating Kyren Wilson in the Snooker World Championship 2020 final with 18-8.
Though it’s currently unknown whether the 2021 World Championship can be attended in-person (due to Covid-19), tickets are available on the official website of The Crucible.
The results for the 2021 World Snooker Championship will be frequently updated on this page.