The World Seniors Championship is a professional non-ranking snooker tournament for players over 45 years of age. The event was first held in 1991 and was won by Cliff Wilson.
A second World Seniors Championship was not forthcoming until 2010. To be played in Bradford, the field of players was reduced from to nine players, with Jimmy White beating Steve Davis 4-1 in the final.
Davis would be runner-up again in 2011, this time to Darren Morgan by two frames to one after matches were reduced to best of three games.
World Seniors Championship Previous Winners
Nigel Bond overcame Tony Chappel 2-0 to lift the most recent World Seniors Championship. The Derbyshire-based player beat Dennis Taylor, Tony Knowles and Darren Morgan on his way to winning his first World Seniors title.