The Snooker’s Hall of Fame was founded in 2011 by the World Snooker
The Snooker’s Hall of Fame was founded in 2011 by the World Snooker and World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA).
Snooker’s Hall of Fame includes both living and deceased players.
In its founding year, eight players were included: Joe Davis, Fred Davis, John Pulman, Ray Reardon, John Spencer, Alex Higgins, Steve Davis and Stephen Hendry.
In 2012 another four players received this great honour- Walter Donaldson, Mark Williams, John Higgins and Ronnie O’Sullivan.
Terry Griffiths, Joe Johnson, Ken Doherty, Peter Ebdon, Shaun Murphy, Graeme Dott and Neil Robertson were added in 2013.
In 2014 Dennis Taylor and Cliff Thorburn joined this club of giants.
Mark Selby and John Parrott are the 2015 choice.
In 2016 Stuart Bingham, Rex Williams and Sindhu Pulsirivong have joined to Snooker’s Hall of Fame.
The 2017 choice was – Jimmy White and Clive Everton.
Who’ll be next to enter?
View Snooker’s Hall of Fame full list.