TAG WORLD CUP
Details for the next Tag World Cup will be announced in due course.
Previous World Cups
2023 TAG WORLD CUP: Limerick, Ireland
The 2023 Tag World Cup took place from Tuesday 1st to Saturday 5th August at University of Limerick, Ireland with Great Britain crowned World Champions in the Women’s 30s amongst their best ever medal haul at the ITF’s flagship event.
Great Britain entered eight of the 13 World Cup categories, winning one gold, two silver and three bronze medals with all eight teams finishing in the top four of their competition. Four of the teams – Women’s Open, Women’s 35s, Mixed Seniors and Men’s 40s – medalled on their World Cup debut as the programme entered double the number of teams as in 2018. GB achieved particular success across the Women’s categories, securing a medal of each colour across the three teams.
2018 TAG WORLD CUP: Coffs Harbour, Australia
The 2018 Tag World Cup took place in Coffs Harbour, Australia, in November 2018. More than 190 teams traveled to Coffs Harbour from around the world and Australia, bringing over 3800 players with officials and over 5000 families and supporters to the region.
Great Britain travelled with four squads and enjoyed their most successful campaign to date, with two medals. Women’s Seniors won bronze with a win in their 3/4 play-off, while the Men’s 30s came away with a silver in their division. The Men’s Open won their plate final.
2015 TAG WORLD CUP: Sunshine Coast, Australia
The 2015 Tag World Cup took place on the Sunshine Coast in Australia. This was the second time that Great Britain had competed at the Tag World Cup. The decision was taken to send two teams, Mixed Open and Men’s 30’s, to ensure the depth and talent in the squads was at its peak. The Mixed Open team just missed out on the quarter finals, after two narrow losses in the pool stage. The Men’s 30s team exceeded expectations by qualifying for their first ever World Cup quarter final appearance, before losing 4-10 to the Australia Indigenous.
2012 TAG WORLD CUP: Auckland, New Zealand
The 2012 Tag World Cup took place in Auckland, New Zealand at North Harbour Stadium. Great Britain & Ireland sent Mixed Open and Men’s Open teams in their first ever appearance at a World Cup. Whilst it was a learning curve for both teams, the Mixed Open team finished with two wins. One of the highlights of their tournament was also a 5-3 loss to eventual champions New Zealand (this was closer than Australia got to New Zealand in the World Cup final).