All WPA events are closed to non-WPA members. Players seeking to qualify to play for Wales must be paid up members of the WPA and meet any other criteria set by the WPA.
A printable version of the Playing Calendar can be downloaded as a PDF, using the link below. (Please note some dates and venues may change).
NOTE: Venues for some events still need to be confirmed, these will be added as we confirm them.
2021 Playing Calendar (updated 10 July 2021)
*PLEASE NOTE: THE 2021 CALENDAR IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
National Triples: Women & Men (Sunday 12th September) [VENUE TBC]
League V B.I.G. League (Sunday 19th September) [VENUE TBC]
Qualifier – Celtic Challenge 2022 (SCOTLAND) (Saturday 2nd October) [VENUE TBC]
Qualifier – Celtic Challenge 2022 (SCOTLAND) (Sunday 3rd October) [VENUE TBC]
National Triples: Veterans – Mixed (Sunday 17th October) [VENUE TBC]
National Precision Shooting: Women & Men (Sunday 24th October) [VENUE TBC]
Stuart Clarke Cup (Sunday 31st October) [VENUE TBC]
WPA National Singles: Women & Men (Sunday 7th November) [VENUE TBC]
Pontyclun Open Triples (Sunday 25th July) [Pontyclun RFC]
SWBRC-PS Open Doubles: Women (Sunday 10th October) [SWBRC-PS]
Friday 3 – Sunday 5 Petanque England’s Inter-Regional Championship and Challenge Cup: Triples [Melton Mowbray]
International Dates 2021
12 – 14 November – FIPJP World Championships Triples: WOMEN [Spain]
19 – 21 November – FIPJP World Championships Triples: Men [Spain]
Details for both championships have not been confirmed.
Thursday 2 – Sunday 5 – CEP European Cup for Clubs [Saint Yrieix, France] Confirmation after 14/08/2021
To print out details of the Playing Calendar, select the Print icon. A dialog box will open which will allow you to select the period that you require a print out for, and also the choice of having it in colour or B&W.
If your club is intending to hold a competition and you would like it advertised here, then follow this link to complete our on-line form with all the event details.
Other non-WPA Events
These events are not WPA events and as such you may need to take out a separate insurance policy.