Founded in 2014, the University of Bristol Pool & Snooker Club is a rapidly growing, active and popular student pool and snooker club. The club welcomes players of all abilities and facilitates social and competitive play throughout the year.
The club will continue to run a two-tiered membership system for 2016/17. All players require the £5 initial membership which gives access to all non-competitve sessions, events and socials. Members interested in representing the club competitively will need to purchase the £15 competitve membership. This covers the organisation of team sessions, team coaching and matches with other Universities including Varsity.
Location - Allstars Sports Bar, Queens Road (£4 per session)
Main club session: Wednesday 2pm-4pm
Competitve pool session: Thursday 6pm-8pm
Casual session: Sunday 4pm-6pm
Location - Bristol County Sports Club, Colston Street (£2 per session)
Competitve snooker session: Monday 6pm-10pm
Competitive snooker session: Wednesday 4:30pm-8:30pm
If you like cuesports, or would like to give it a try, then make sure to come along to our sessions for the cheapest table rates in Bristol and a great atmosphere! If you would like to play but you're busy during session times, then join the Facebook discussion group as members are always keen to play a few frames.
In addition to the sessions we place a strong emphasis on the social aspect of the club. We have a lot of exciting events in store for the coming year, but to give you an idea, here are a few of the things we got up to last year that proved popular:
Alumni weekend tournament (Singles Champion: Daniel Thomas)
Snooker shootout tournaments
Dayout at the Welsh Open
5 a side football
The usual "Score" socials
For enquiries contact the club:
Join our Facebook group for general chat about cuesports and the club itself:
Club Achievements and honours:
2016 BUCS Pool Team Trophy Champions 2016 BUCS Snooker Team Plate Champions
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