The World Snooker Championship final is here, and based on yesterday's session, we can expect it to be a fiery end to the competition.


Judd Trump is facing off against Ronnie O’Sullivan, with the latter currently holding a commanding lead of 12-5.

There’s a lot at stake out there as the two victors face off today in the epic final, with O'Sullivan hoping to not only gain a record-equalling is seventh title in the modern era, but also to become the oldest world champion if he wins.

The World Snooker Championship 2022 has seen crowds return to The Crucible for the first time after the pandemic limited audiences.

But how can you watch the action on a live stream from the comfort of your own home?

More like this brings you everything you need to know to enjoy watching the World Snooker Championship 2022.

When is the World Snooker Championship 2022?

Judd Trump
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The World Snooker Championship 2022 started on Saturday 16th April 2022, the usual slot for the tournament after it was shifted during the pandemic.

The two-week run culminates in the final on Monday 2nd May 2022.

How to watch the World Snooker Championship 2022 on TV and live stream

Coverage of the World Snooker Championship is readily available across Eurosport and BBC platforms.

BBC Two is the company's traditional home for snooker, though BBC One and BBC Four will be used in conjunction with the BBC Red Button to provide comprehensive coverage from across the tables.

Of course, every moment live on BBC will also be shown online via BBC iPlayer.

Eurosport boasts exhaustive TV rights to show the tournament across its platforms – including discovery+ – until 2026 and potentially beyond. Many Sky Sports customers will already have Eurosport included in their package.

You can sign up to Eurosport and discovery+ from as little as £6.99 per month. The comprehensive discovery+ package, which includes all entertainment and Eurosport channels, can be picked up for £59.99.

You can subscribe to Eurosport Player independently or add it to your Amazon Prime subscription. You can even sign up for free trials for both Eurosport and Amazon Prime so you can enjoy their coverage for a week without paying.

Keep an eye on our schedule below, which will be updated throughout the tournament when specific details are released.

World Snooker Championship TV schedule today

You can check out all the matches coming up today below:

The final

Monday 2nd May

Best of 35 frames

1pm (BBC Two/Eurosport/discovery+)

Judd Trump v Ronnie O'Sullivan

7pm (BBC Two/Eurosport/discovery+)

Judd Trump v Ronnie O'Sullivan

Who won the World Snooker Championship in 2021?

Mark Selby
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Mark Selby triumphed in the World Snooker Championship in 2021. He defeated Shaun Murphy 18-15 with a confident performance from the Leicester-born star.

The scores were level at 6-6 before Selby upped his game to lead 10-7. He remained in control of the rest of the match, always maintaining a gap over Murphy.

This was Selby's fourth world title having previously won the tournament in 2014, 2016 and 2017.

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