The ACS is the official national league sponsor of the WSPA. The WSPA recommends that those WSPA-affiliated
pool leagues desiring to sanction with a national pool league-sanctioning body consider joining the ACS with its $10/member sanction
fee and its production of the WI ACS Championships, November 3-6, 2016, the ACS Midwest Championships in Iowa, January 18-22, 2017, and the 2017
ACS Nationals May 13-20 at the Tropicana Hotel/Casino on the Strip in Las Vegas, NV. More information can be found on the ACS website and our
ACS tournament page
As our second year of operations have drawn to a close, the WSPA Directors and member volunteers successfully produced our second
independent state championships, and we appreciate the many accolades we received from our members in this and our other second-year
endeavors. The WSPA desires to expand more benefits to our members, and we researched how we could work with other existing
organizations to make this happen – starting with our relations to national pool league sanctioning bodies. Read More >>
The WSPA is proud to announce that Miller/Coors has renewed thier sponsorship agreements with the WSPA for the 2016-2017 year and welcome Segen Cues as our offical cue for the 2016-2017 year. Thanks to both companies
for supporting a great idea for the players of Wisconsin
Run by pool players, for the pool players. Striving to grow the game of pool across the state of Wisconsin.
Our sole mission is to promote the sport of amateur pocket billiards in the state of Wisconsin. We feel it is crucial to the development of pocket billiards to offer something that more of our players can benefit from.
The future of Wisconsin pool lies within an independent association, but we need your help in making this a very successful first year! We are inviting all Wisconsin pool leagues and welcoming any non-sanctioned leagues to join the future of Wisconsin pool: the Wisconsin State Poolplayers Association.
The WSPA is an independent association, keeping 100% of our sanctioning fees right here in the state of Wisconsin!
What the WSPA does for you:
- One sanction fee per league year
- Easier startup of new leagues
- Easier ways to sanction
- Bigger state tournaments
What the future holds:
- Reduced green fees
- Reduced administration fees
- More added money (we have added a total of $68,000+ to our tournaments so far!
- Even bigger state tournaments
We urge you the players to encourage your League Operator to sanction with the WSPA, as you must shoot in a WSPA sanctioned league to compete in the WSPA State Singles and Team Championships. Leagues are encouraged to sanction with ACS if a number of players participate in team play at Nationals.