What is the NAPA Pool League?
The North American Poolshooters Association (NAPA) is a new league system based in Arkansas. NAPA was designed to bring a new aspect to competitive pool league play at the amateur level. By implementing a unique handicapping system, no annual membership fees to the players, cash back to the players at the local level, and a superb player qualification program for the NAPA National Championship, NAPA has seen rapid growth across Canada and the United States.
How do I sign up?
Stop by Diamond Eight, send us an e-mail and we will get back to you right away!
What are the league’s goals?
- Fun Competition
We are committed to you and your enjoyment of competitive pool. We want the league to be fun and we welcome your suggestions and feedback anytime!
What does it cost to join?
It is FREE to join the NAPA! There are no individual membership fees!
What formats can I play in?
Currently NAPA offers team play in 8-ball, 9-ball and 10-ball. Divisions can be made up of 3-, 4- or 5- player teams.
What do teams play for?
Teams play for fun! And cash! Individuals can also qualify for the NAPA National Championship, which is a series of bracketed singles tournaments.
How does the league work?
As soon as the number of teams playing in a division is set, a league schedule is created. Schedules will be based on a round-robin format whenever possible (teams play each other the same amount of times in a division season)
The league follows a “race” format in which a player plays a player from the opposing team in a race based on each player’s skill levels. The “home team” chooses whether to name a player first or let the opposing team choose first. An opponent is chosen, the race is established based on the skill levels of each player, and the match is played. Depending on the division format, 3, 4 or 5 matches can be played each week.