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Although this site is about UK based darts, I have also decided to include some of tournaments that are also promoted by the WDF and PDC but played overseas.
I have also included a few useful resource downloads: Dartboard Set-up, Checkout Chart, Tournament Charts, and Score Pad. Dart Games for the standard London Clock dartboard, plus UK regional dartboards: Yorkshire, Manchester, London and Ipswich 5’s has been updated also feature on this website.
You will also find tournament charts all you need to run your own mini darts tournament on this site.
This site also contains information about Disability Darts, the dartboard set-up, it’s history and useful contact details.
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The FA Cup of Darts, the PDC UK Darts Open Finals, will again descend on Butlin's Minehead. The elaborately shaped tent venue has been the home for the UK Open and Players championships for several years and has become a fan's choice. Sell-out crowds will initially witness the Rileys Amateur Qualifiers compete alongside notable darts legends of the sport across eight boards. As the tournament progresses, the number of live boards is reduced to one from the quarter-finals onwards.
Like the FA football, each round is drawn live on stage. Seeded players can be picked against another seed or a qualifier that has made it through the gruelling rounds. Expect upsets, and this tournament brings loads. Andrew Gilding was the unlikely but well-deserving winner of the 2023 championship. He beat Michael van Gerwen 11-10 in the nail-biting final.
The World Senior Darts Tour (WSDT) has become a big success story for senior and ex-world champions and dart fans. The sports' biggest heroes have previously shown the world they ruled the sport for many years, now coming together in the seniors tour.
Sixteen-time World Darts Champion Phil Taylor is saying farewell to the darts tour, and the tour may be the last time you can see the Power play competitive darts. Only selected players for the Champion of Champions, with others now qualifying for the main tour events. Live from Viva Blackpool, the event is covered this time via 247.tv and Channel 5.Tickets are available from the WSDT website.
The New season of Premier League Darts sponsored by BETMGM will take place at arenas across Europe from February to May as the sport's biggest names battle it out for the coveted title.
The roadshow of events will see the World's elite dart stars competing across 16 league phase nights, with the top four progressing to the playoffs finals on May 23. The first-night round begins in Cardiff at the Utilita Arena - on Thursday, February 1.
Players: Luke Humphries | Michael van Gerwen | Michael Smith | Nathan Aspinall | Gerwyn Price | Rob Cross | Peter Wright | Luke Littler
The tournament will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK, through the PDC's worldwide broadcast partners, including DAZN and Viaplay, and on PDCTV (excluding subscribers based in the UK, Germany, Austria & Switzerland).
Printable PDC, WDF, WSDT, and UKDA Dart Events calendars are available on this website. Please select the calendar under the resource tab above. Due to the frequency of change, please check the last updated date at the top of each calendar and the governing body or organisers websites for further changes.