Organised and endorsed by the World Squash Federation, the WSF Men's World Teams takes place every two years (alternating with the Women's event) and brings together up to 32 Nations competing for the title of World Squash Champions.
Teams of three players compete in round robin Pool rounds, leading to knockout competitions where the top sixteen play to decide the World Champions, and all countries compete for final positions.
World-class players at their peak performance as they compete for the title of World Champion in iconic DC venues.
History as the U.S. hosts the Men's World Team Championship for the first time.
With the city of Washington, D.C., which is poised to become the new Squash Capital.
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“The United States continues to be one of the most exciting and fast growing markets for Squash in the World.
Hosting three major World Championships in an 18 month period, with the Men's World Team following the World Masters and World Individual Championships, amply demonstrate the vibrancy of squash in USA.
"Washington, D.C. will make an excellent city to showcase this event as it is has clearly become a top tier sports town and is such an international city - which is a perfect backdrop for this major world event.”
“TCMA is proud that the WSF has selected the iconic Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, located in the heart of Washington, DC, as the host venue for the 2019 Men's World Squash Team Championship.
Our partnership with WSF exemplifies our mission to promote international trade and cross cultural collaboration. Sports diplomacy is a powerful tool for transcending our differences and we’re honored to be the gathering place to bring people together through the universal love of sport.”
"The United States is a very strong and growing squash nation, so it is very fitting that they have the opportunity to host this Championship.
I am sure that the visiting teams will have a great experience at the venues and the American capital generally."