United States Professional Poolplayers Association

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The United States Professional Poolplayers Association (UPA) is the governing body for the sport of men's professional pool (pocket billiards) in the United States, in conjunction with the World Pool-Billiard Association (WPA) and its US-national affiliate, the Billiard Congress of America (BCA).[1] Founded in 2002, the association is based in Phoenix, Arizona.[1]

The Billiard Congress of America officially recognizes the UPA as the men's association for the U.S.

The UPA has recently launched its Amateur League Program, The League of Champions. The UPA's League of Champions is a pool league designed by professionals for the serious player.[1]

The UPA (U.S. Professional Poolplayers Association) brand represents the ideal in the sport of pocket billiards in the United States, formed in January, 2002 by professional players. The UPA Brand is positioned well for the future as the standard bearer for the evolution of the sport adopting the motto: "The Evolution of Pool."

The UPA offers a variety of programs to both the professional and recreational pool enthusiast:

•Touring Professional Program •Amateur League Program; The League of Champions •Professional Instruction via our Pool School •World Class event production; tournaments, exhibitions, etc. •Start-up business opportunities for Entrepreneurs

The UPA (U.S. Professional Poolplayers Association) brand represents the ideal in the sport of pocket billiards in the United States, formed in January, 2002 by professional players. The UPA Brand is positioned well for the future as the standard bearer for the evolution of the sport adopting the motto: "The Evolution of Pool."

The UPA offers a variety of programs to both the professional and recreational pool enthusiast:

Touring Professional Program, Amateur League Program; The League of Champions, Professional Instruction via our Pool School, World Class event production; tournaments, exhibitions, etc., and Start-up business opportunities for Entrepreneurs.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Homepage". UPATour.com. Phoenix, AZ: United States Professional Poolplayers Association. 2009. Retrieved December 11, 2009. 

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