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VNEA History

The Valley National 8-Ball League Association (VNEA) is a non-profit organization established to promote the game of pool on
coin-operated equipment. The membership is comprised of men, women and junior players, coin machine operators and
manufacturers.

Founded in 1979, the VNEA has shown tremendous growth, success and stability by expanding from 2,500 members the
initial season to nearly 100,000 players currently.

These 100,000 men and women players will visit their local establishments two or three times a week and play more than ten
million games of pool in competition and practice.

Teams from nearly every state, and several foreign countries will compete each week in organized VNEA league play.

 

36TH ANNUAL FACTS & FIGURES...


ADULT LEAGUE PROGRAM

Nearly 100,000 Players 
32 States; 6 Provinces, 10 Other Countries 
1,400 Leagues; 10,000 Sites 

VEGAS TOURNAMENT
4,000+ Participants 
250 Valley Tables 
Las Vegas, Nevada

JUNIOR LEAGUE PROGRAM

5,000 Players 
14 States; Ontario, Canada, New Zealand 
100 Leagues; 500 Sites 

INT'L JUNIOR TOURNAMENT
250 Participants 
80 Valley Tables 
Erie, Pennsylvania