The 2023 ITF Tag World Cup takes place at the University of Limerick from Tuesday 1st to Saturday 5th August 2023. The event was first awarded to Ireland in February 2019, thus becoming there first ever edition of the global showpiece to be held in the Northern Hemisphere. Two COVID-19 postponements later and we're less than two weeks away from the action.
85 teams will compete from across the world, from Australia to South Africa, New Zealand to Hong Kong, USA to Lebanon. The teams will compete across 13 categories of various age groups in Men's, Women's, and Mixed categories.
Below is your guide to attending, watching, following, and cheering on the Irish teams.
Can I attend the event?
You sure can! The schedule is as follows:
Tuesday 1st August - opening ceremony at 7pm on Maguire's 4G pitches followed immediately by Ireland v Australia in Men's 30s and Great Britain v South Africa in Mixed Open.
Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd August - round robin games 9am to 8pm
Friday 4th August - round robin games and knockout matches 9am to 8pm
Saturday 5th August - finals day 9am to 6pm
Tickets for the event are mandatory in order to give us a clear line of communication with all participants. However, there is no cost involved. You can acquire them here and will receive a precise communication in advance of the tournament with directions, competition details, and timetables.
How can I follow the results?
Results will be posted at:
The full schedule will also be posted to Spawtz in the coming days, with games on Pitches 1&2 streamed live Wednesday to Saturday.
Where will the games be streamed?
Games will be streamed by Full Time Productions on our Youtube channel.
Who's playing for Ireland?
Ireland's progress is best followed on Instagram. There are Irish teams competing in:
Men's 21s, Open, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s
Women's 21s, Open, 30s, 35s
Mixed 21s, Open, Senior
Please let us know if you have any further questions!