North West Snooker Academy, Liverpool UK

About Us

The NWSA (North West Snooker Academy) is a fantastic new snooker facility based in Liverpool. We provide an excellent state-of-the-art venue with four Xing Pai Star tables, one brand new and two which were used at last years Senior World Championships in Sheffield. 

All four Star tables have steel block cushions, Strachan No10 cloth, are cut to tournament standard templates and they are maintained to the highest possible standards. All tables have hot-wire table heating, LED lighting which perfectly illuminates the baize and Aramith Super-Pro 1G balls, alongside traditional and electronic scoreboards.

There are various membership options including premium memberships which offers an equivalent hourly rate of just £1 per hour. On top of the best facilities in the North West, we have fitted HD cameras on each table, allowing all practice sessions/matches to be recorded. Players can then request the footage from their visit to be sent to them via phone or email, so reviewing and improving on aspects of your own game (or even evidence of an impressive break) is straightforward and hassle free.

There is also the ‘Break Room’ (pun intended), an area to relaxation with free tea/coffee making facilities, water cooler, dining table and sofas with TV to watch your favourite players and tournaments.

The North West Snooker Academy is open 24/7 with secure/gate access. We are situated on Wavertree Technology Park, just a few minutes from the end of the M62 and very close to the local train station/bus routes.

Our Aim

Whilst we are a snooker club for the here and now, we also want to think towards the future. John Parrott sits alone as the only ever mens world champion from the North West of England. Whilst there have been and there continues to be, a small local presence on the professional tour, it is no where near as big as it should be. The talent pool within the region is huge and the local amateur scene is a real testament to this, with regional teams making it to many national finals in recent years. Our long term aim is to open pathways into the professional game for young and talented individuals for the North West and we hope that NWSA can one day call a world champion, ‘one of our own’.