About the APA:

The APA is the world’s largest amateur pool league with more than 250,000 members competing in 8-Ball and 9-Ball Leagues throughout the world. Click here for more information about the history of the APA.

About the Riverside APA:

Kimberly Pankonin has been league operators for 17 years. Kimberly is driven to create satisfied and loyal members, teams, and host locations, which recommend us to others.

We offer both amateur 8-Ball & 9-Ball Leagues, Ladies 8-ball & 9-Ball Leagues all using the APA's Equalizer Handicap System where everyone has an equal chance to win.

Teams consist of 5-8 players with a low weekly fee of $35 per team or $7/player plus a $25 annual membership fee. These teams compete in local divisions where the APA Hosting Bars are grouped geographically to minimize traveling distance. The year is divided into 3 sessions, with each session running between 13 and 17 weeks. Teams may play any day, Sunday through Saturday in most areas, so it's easy to fit the APA into your schedule.

The Local Riverside APA offers a Local Prize Fund. This includes Tri-Cup tournament held at the conclusion of every session and the annual Riverside League Team Championships (LTC's) which is our National Qualifier tournament. Winning teams compete for the right to represent Riverside in Las Vegas at the APA World Team Championships. We also offer patches and trophies to our members.