The Players Championship continues with tonight's grand final after a week of dramatic battles between the likes of Ali Carter, Joe O'Connor, Shaun Murphy, Ryan Day and more.


The tournament kicked off on Monday 20th February and has gone ahead without a cluster of huge stars such as reigning champion Neil Robertson and Ronnie O'Sullivan.

Mark Williams and Barry Hawkins are ranked 17th and 18th on the list and have also missed out. However, the lack of superstar quality has only continued to ramp up the week's unpredictability with this fresh field of contenders.

Last night's second semi-final match saw Shaun Murphy power into the final after a tense match with Kyren Wilson. Now, all eyes are on the anticipated final showdown between Murphy and Ali Carter, who triumphed in his match against Joe O'Connor on Friday evening.

But who will win the final match? We'll just have to tune in tonight and see.

More like this brings you everything you need to know to enjoy watching the tournament, including times and schedule.

When is Players Championship snooker 2023?

Players Championship snooker 2023 continues tonight on Sunday 26th February 2023 with the final.

The tournament started on Monday 20th February 2023 with the final taking place this evening.

How to watch Players Championship snooker 2023 on TV and live stream

Coverage of Players Championship snooker 2023 is exclusively available live on ITV in the UK.

All of the action is also available to stream via ITVX so you can keep track of the action on the move via a range of devices.

Players Championship snooker 2023 schedule

Check out our guide for the full Players Championship schedule and order of play, including provisional times for later rounds.

Sunday 26th February


ITV4 / ITVX from 1pm / 7pm

Players Championship snooker 2023 prize money

There's a prize pot on offer for the Players Championship. Here's the full rundown:

  • Winner: £125,000
  • Runner-up: £50,000
  • Semi-finals: £30,000
  • Quarter-finals: £15,000
  • Last 16: £10,000
  • Highest break: £10,000
  • Total: £385,000

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