The 2021 Mosconi Cup begins today, December 7, and runs until Friday, December 10. The annual 9-ball pool tournament pits the best 9-ball players in the US against the best Europe has to offer. In this year’s Mosconi Cup, each team is made up of five players, plus a non-playing captain and a non-playing vice-captain. Team USA will compete against team Europe over a team match, doubles matches, and singles matches. The first team to win 11 matches claims victory to take home the 2021 Mosconi Cup.
How To Watch The Mosconi Cup Cup
If you live in the US or Canada and want to watch the DAZN cup live, all five days of the Tournament will stream live through the DAZN streaming service. You can sign up at the DAZN website. The streaming service costs $19.99 a month, but you can cancel at any time. Therefore $20 will provide access to the entire Mosconi Cup. If you enjoy the service, you may want to lock into a yearlong contract for a one-time cost of $99 as it saves you well over 50% compared to subscribing monthly.
The DAZN app is available on a wide variety of smart TVs and devices, including:
- Amazon Fire TV/Stick
- Android TV
- Apple TV
- LG Smart TV
- Samsung Smart TV
- VIZIO SmartCast TV
- Xfinity X1 and Xfinity Flex
- iOS and Android devices
- Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, Internet Explorer and Opera
- Xbox One S / X and PS4
You can learn more about the content available on the service in our review of DAZN.
Mosconi Cup Schedule
The Mosconi Cup gets underway at 1:00 pm EST each day of the tournament. The schedule is as follows:
- Tuesday, December 7 – Four matches including one team event, one singles contest and two doubles games.
- Wednesday, December 8 – Three singles matches and two doubles games.
- Thursday, December 9 – Three singles matches and three doubles games, including a fans’ choice doubles clash.
- Friday, December 10 – Six singles matches
If you are unable to watch the event live, DAZN will allow you to watch the event on-demand once it starts.