Leagues
American Rotation

In-House? No

Experience the highly-interactive cue sport of American Rotation at leading U.S. billiard clubs, brought to you by the American Billiard Club (ABC), a division of Cue Sports International (CSI). 15 balls are struck and/or pocketed in numeric order. Call shot. Call safe. Why settle for running seven less balls (8ball), six less balls (9ball), or five less balls (10ball)? Matches last 8 to 15 racks and take 90 minutes or longer to complete.

Currently American Rotation is only available at Teacher's Billiards in St. Charles.

• Self-rack and crack all 15 balls.
• Take ball-in-hand after the break.
• Strike or pocket balls in numeric order.
• Score 1 point each for balls 1 through 10.
• Score 2 points each for balls 11 through 15.
• Tally on a simple scoresheet.
• Each rack contains 20 points.
• Alternate who breaks.
• Win by reaching 100, 125, or 150 points first.

APA

In-House? No

The APA is the World's Largest Amateur Pool League with more members than all other amateur leagues combined. Nationally, the APA currently boasts over 260,000 members (and growing). Our local league is growing as well.

Talk to your friends, neighbors, and co-workers and you will see that they either play in the APA or know someone who does. People from all different backgrounds and walks of life play in the APA Pool League. In addition, over one fourth of APA members are female. APA is a great way to "Have Fun, Meet People, & Play Pool!"

For those of you that might be thinking: "I'm not good enough to play", consider this; 75% of APA members are beginner to intermediate players, meaning you don't have to be a pro to play. The only thing you really need is the desire to have fun.

Cue & Cushion

In-House? Yes

This is an in-house league limited to 17 players per session. 9-Ball on the full-size tables (9-footers). Alternate break, option to rack your own. Push out after the break, jump cues, and the 3-foul rule are all employed in this cash league.

This league currently pays 100% of all league dues collected back at the end of each session during a free pizza party for all players. All players receive a prize. There are no greens fees or table time costs while playing a league match. Online schedule and standings are also available.

Kenny's

In-House? Yes

The pool room is open 24 hours; you can always find a table at Kenny's.

Wednesday - APA League

Thursday - In House 8-Ball League

The in-house league is modeled similarly to the MO-8 in terms of how teams compete. The house adds money relative to the number of teams currently active in the session.

MO-8

In-House? No

Local to Missouri and primarily St. Louis, this local 8-ball only league is the most popular because of its high cash payout, thanks to the vast number of players all around the area.

Teams of 4 or 5 players compete by randomly drawing players who will then play 1 rack of 8-ball each. The first team to win their required number of games for the night wins the match. Handicaps range from 2 to 8 with a skill limit of 32 for the total of the 5 players per round.

NAPA

In-House? No

ABOUT NAPA - The North American Poolshooters Association (NAPA) is the managing body of NAPA pool leagues throughout the United States and Canada. The focus of the NAPA is to provide a unique and competitive playing ground for pool shooters across North America.

HISTORY - The NAPA was founded in 2009 and is now the fastest growing pool league in North America.

NO ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP - The NAPA does not charge an annual membership to NAPA players. Once a player plays their first NAPA sanctioned match they immediately become a lifetime member of the NAPA.

CASH AND TROPHIES - Rewarding our players is a key focus in the NAPA. The NAPA provides a unique cash payout program and pays out cash prizes to its players at the end of every session. Cash prizes are determined by the number of players in the local area and the size of the local division.

PLAYER STATS AND DATA - The NAPA maintains detailed stats on every game played for the lifetime of the player. Every NAPA player has a profile page on the NAPA web site and can view their stats online at anytime. Player stats are updated every 48 hours. Some examples of stats that are stored are overall match record, win percentage, success rate against women, success rate against men, average points per match, break and runs, shutouts, and much more!

LEAGUE TYPES - The NAPA offers three different league formats for the players to choose from. The NAPA offers 3-man, 4-man and 5-man team leagues. In all of these formats players participate on a team with other players and battle for first place in their local division. All players on the first place team go directly to our national championship without having to play in any regional events.GAMESThe NAPA offers league play for 8-ball, 9-ball and 10-ball.

If you represent an organization or poolroom forming a new league, let us know.