2019 Event Guide

Everything you need to know about the 2019 WSF World Juniors …


key information, regulations and lots more (11 page pdf)


Date Details Times
Monday 29 July – Opening Ceremony NSC TBC
Tuesday 30 July – Individual Early Rounds NSC TBC
Wednesday 31 July – Last 32 NSC TBC
Thursday 1 August – Last 16 NSC TBC
Friday 2 August – Individual Quarter Finals NSC TBC
Saturday 3 August – Individual Semi Finals NSC TBC
Sunday 3 August – Individual Finals & Finals Ceremony NSC TBC
Monday 5 August – Team Pools Day One NSC TBC
Tuesday 6 August – Team Pools Day Two NSC TBC
Wednesday 7 August – Team Quarter Finals NSC TBC
Thursday 8 August – Teams Semi Finals NSC TBC
Friday 9 August – Teams Finals and Final Ceremony NSC TBC


Venue Address
National Squash Centre Level 1 National Stadium Bukit Jalil Merdeka Stadium Corporation Sri Petaling Wilayah Persekutuan 5770 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia


Boulevard Hotel             Hotel Website
59 Lingkaran Syed Putra Mid Valley City 59200 Kuala Lumpur Wilayah Persekutuan Malaysia

Accommodation at the discounted rate shown in the Championship Information can only be booked through the Championship Organisation – wjckl2019@gmail.com


Key Championship Contacts Name
Championship Chairman Nik Razeen  wjckl2019@gmail.com
Championship Director Steve Kwan  wjckl2019@gmail.com
Championship Referee Leslie Ponnampalam  wjckl2019@gmail.com
WSF Technical Delegate Marcus Niles admin@worldsquash.org
Championship Administrator Prabu Krishnasamy wjckl2019@gmail.com
WSF Championships Co-ordinator  Jasmine Pascoe jasmine@worldsquash.org

key information, regulations and lots more (11 page pdf)



The WSF World Junior Championships are an annual event to determine the best Junior Squash Players in the world.

Although the ISRF World Junior Team Championship started in 1980 there had been a forerunner operating since 1972.

In England it was decided to start a team event to coincide with the British  Junior Open, and the first was held between 11 / 13 April 1973. Four countries, England, Scotland, Wales and Sweden took part at the courts of the National Westminster Bank Sports Ground in  South London, playing for a shield presented by the Bank. The event was titled the Junior  International Festival.

Every year until 1980 the unofficial international festival was staged, gaining in numbers and breadth of International competition.

Prior to 1980 there was no individual event to accompany the unofficial team events, which tended to be played in conjunction with existing junior open championships.

Until 2009 the events were held biannually, but since then both individual events have been held annually, with the team event alternating between Boys and Girls.