Live snooker on TV continues with a bang in 2024 with Ronnie O'Sullivan dominating the headlines to kick-start the year.


The Rocket clinched the UK Championship in December before landing The Masters in January, now the World Grand Prix trophy is in his sights.

Attention will steadily drift towards the World Championship in April, with O'Sullivan's form sending a strong message to players across the game. He's in it to win it.

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Snooker fans are usually treated to plenty of extensive coverage throughout the year with the BBC holding the rights to the World Snooker Championship, the UK Championship and The Masters.

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ITV also boasts free-to-air rights in the shape of the Tour Championship, Players Championship, British Open and more, while Eurosport boasts widespread snooker rights for the majority of tournaments every year. brings you a round-up of live snooker on TV today and coming up.

Snooker today: What live snooker is on TV this week?

All subject to change. Available to watch on discovery+/Eurosport unless otherwise stated.


15th – 21st: World Grand Prix (ITV)

Location: Morningside Arena, Leicester

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29th Jan – 4th Feb: German Masters

Location: Tempodrom, Berlin


12th – 18th: Welsh Open (Eurosport / discovery+ / BBC)

Location: Venue Cymru, Llandudno

19th – 25th: Players Championship (ITV)

Location: Telford International Centre, Telford


4th – 9th: Six-red World Championship

Location: TBC

11th – 17th: World Open

Location: TBC

30th – 31st: World Mixed Doubles (ITV)

Location: Manchester Central, Manchester


1st – 7th: Tour Championship (ITV)

Location: Manchester Central, Manchester

20th April – 6th May: World Championship (Eurosport / discovery+ / BBC)

Location: Crucible Theatre, Sheffield

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