Das größte Turnier der Darts-Szene steht an: Vom Dezember bis 3. Januar kommen die besten Spieler der Welt im Alexandra Palace. Soeben hat die PDC die Ticketinfos für die PDC Dart WM veröffentlicht. Das letzte Turnier vor der Dart-Weltmeisterschaft wurde heute in Coventry. Die weltbesten Dart-Spieler werden am Mai zurück in die Mercedes-Benz Arena Berlin kommen. Tickets sind ab sofort verfügbar. Dart-.
RanglistenturniereDie PDC Dart Weltmeisterschaft wird wieder von Mitte Dezember bis Anfang Januar stattinden. Die offiziellen Ticketinfos der PDC mit Preise. Soeben hat die PDC die Ticketinfos für die PDC Dart WM veröffentlicht. Das letzte Turnier vor der Dart-Weltmeisterschaft wurde heute in Coventry. Darts Termine / / PDC Dart WM, London bis PDC Dart WM, London DDV Ranglistenturnier, Steinfurt.
Dart Turniere 2021 PDC World Darts Championships, Alexandra Palace, London. Live via Sky Sports Darts VideoTHE DRAW! Full draw for the 2020/21 William Hill World Darts Championship
There have been some great matches in the knockout rounds, and we want to thank USA Darts for the job they have done streaming many of these matches.
There are 8 different countries represented in both the Womans. The Dutch Open Darts, the largest open darts tournament in the world, which was scheduled to take place on February 5, 6 and 7 in has been postponed and been rescheduled for 3, 4 and 5 September due to the ongoing issues surrounding the corona crisis.
Areas affect authority restrictions and situations can change. Please follow actively status of your tournaments. Romanian Darts Festival To all the friends, supporters, sponsors, past and future darts players, media acolytes as well as world darts organizations, fans of the Romanian Darts Festival.
The PDC have stated that fans can not wear fancy dress at this year's events. Christmas jumpers are allowed!
Please do not turn up in fancy dress as you may well be refused entry! Maybe wear a darts shirt to support your favourite player, but Big Bird, Mario, Zippy the carons, unfortunately, are not welcome.
The message this year is to enjoy the darts, stay safe and keep others safe. Protective face masks are mandatory at this event. The PDC has led the way to keep sport live during the lockdown.
All dart fans are grateful to have shut a forward-thinking team running the sport we love. The PDC team fort hard to allow fans at this year event, and although restrictions are in place, I am sure all that can attend will have a fantastic time.
Wayne May be allowed to reward fans with the best sign or event best Christmas jumper! However, if you not lucky enough to get a ticket the no worries the entire 16 days coverage is shown on Sky Sports Darts.
Okay No fancy dress this yeag! Then write a witty sign. Dart Tournament and sponsors usually provide boards and blanks for you to write your message.
A good message will be shown on TV and again Wayne might reward you with a prize! To many of us, Sid Waddell, was one of the most charismatic commentators of our sport.
His off the cuff linguist commentary earnt him admiration from both fans, players and other sports commentators. If you would like to reminisce over some of his best one lines that came from this genius then you can.
I have put together a list of my favourite Sid Waddell quotations spanning across the years. Who knows these one-liners may give you some inspiration for your next dart sign!
Due to most events being postponed or cancelled for January, the featured events list has temporarily been removed. Postponed, Cancelled and rescheduled event details are currently changing by the day.
Fans that may have purchased tickets or are looking to attend events should first check with the event organisers for any changes that may affect the scheduled event.
Many viewers will know I have written several very successful dart websites over the past fifteen years, each with their own spin on the sport.
I have also written a few professional players websites that you may also have come across. My love of the game has never diminished and with over forty years of playing the game, I would like to share as much about darts the game, the sport, the history and the development of the game.
This website is new and fresh and I have learned on my experience as player, developer and designer to hopefully bring you a little more to the sport millions love and play every week.
Players nicknames, music, dart checkout charts and basic tournament charts are available for you to download and print for your personal use.
There will be something on this website for everyone, even if it a quick look at the facts and myths that surround the sport.
As a player, I would rate myself as a good pub league player. I never ventured into major competition except for the first year of PDC UK Open, I won locally but was unable to attend regional knockouts.
Today I tend to watch as a keen supporter of the sport and love to see people enjoying the sport, even if it is only over a friendly pint or two.
My thanks go to the major dart organisations, dart manufacturers, suppliers, the darts historian Dr Patrick Chaplin, darts legend Trina Gulliver MBE, Mark McGeeney and the many others that have helped me over the years to develop this website and many other dart websites.
More details can be found on my acknowledgement page. See footer. More info. An increased number of visitors have contacted me about players walk-on music and nicknames.
Some of you have kindly supplied me with more information; therefore, I have updated both the players' nicknames and walk-on pages on this site.
I hope to add a few more in the near future, but in the meantime if you know anymore or if any player has since changed either their Nickname or walk-on, please let me know via my contact page.
I do realise there several missing of missing nicknames and walk-on. However, I add more to the lists all the time. The game of darts is played and enjoyed by millions of people in UK pubs and clubs and by millions more across the World.
The game has come from the humble roots of the tap and public rooms of the traditional English pub on to the international stage and is regularly televised to millions across the World.
Prize money has since increased considerably in the game of darts, and the winner of a major competition can expect to pick up a vast amount of money.
One of the biggest contributors to the rise in prize money in such competitions has been as a result of increased lucrative sponsorship deals.
Since the game has grown into one of the best-loved and viewed sports on television. It has made many darters into household names here are just a few:.
John Lowe three-time world champion , John Part three-time world champion, Martin Adams three-time world champion, Eric Bristow five-time world champion, Raymond van Barneveld five-time world champion, Micheal van Gerwen three-time world champions, and Phil Taylor sixteen-time world champion.
In March the 'game' of darts was recognised by 'Sports England' as a sporting activity which could pave the way to the sport featuring in future Olympic Games.
However, I still feel we are a long way from that day. Darts is one of the fastest-growing sports in Holland, Germany, China and Asia.
Over a third of the Dutch population watched Raymond Van Barneveld become the first Dutch player to take the world darts title in ; he has since won the title a further four times , , and PDC World Darts Championship.
Raymond beat the reigning champion Phil Taylor 7 sets to 6 and a sudden-death leg in the final set. The famous Bull up for the right to throw first will long be remembered as Phil hit an outer Bull Raymond asked for the dart to be left in as he used it to push his own dart into the centre Bull.
Since then the Bulling up procedure in the PDC events has changed. All darts are removed before the opponents throw.
Raymond now equals Eric Bristow's achievement but still trails Phil Taylor's staggering sixteen world title victories. The sports prize money continues to grow, making a few of the current player's millionaires.
The New of the World Darts Tournament was probably one of the most challenging dart events to win with a best of three legs format throughout the competition, including the final.
Legendary dart player Bobby George managed to win this event twice, and on one occasion Bobby didn't lose a single leg throughout the tournament.
Trina has won this event for seven consecutive years and made the final yet again in and but only to lose to a new up and coming star Anastasia Dobromyslova from Russia in and Francis Hoenselaar from Holland in In Trina again regained the title beating Rhian Edwards from Wales she then repeated this feat in again beating Rhain Edwards by the same margin In Trina won the World Darts title yet again making her the most successful ladies darts player in the World, a record-breaking Ten World Titles.
Trina has been awarded the MBE for services to darts and charitable fundraising. She also tried to qualify for the championship but failed.
This event was won by Arron Monk who beat Michael van Gerwen 6 - 4 in the final. It was sixteen-year-old Colin Roelofs from the Netherlands who became the first victor beating seventeen-year-old Harry Ward from England 3 - 0.
Harry, unfortunately, didn't win a single leg in the final however I am sure we will see a lot more from all of these youth players in the future.
Lisa Ashton from Lancashire has since been a dominate in the ladies game, winning in , , and again in However, in Lisa was sensationally knocked out in the first round by the Japanese soft-tip star, Mikuru Suzuki.
Mikuru went on to win the Lakeside title beating Englands Lorraine Winstanley. Mikuru followed this up by winning the Dutch Open the following month.
Mikura retained her title in , gain beating the tournament favourite, Lisa Ashton. During the Lakeside World Championships calls for a significant review of the ladies' prize fund and short match format were called into question.
The chairman of the BDO at the time said this would be reviewed. The move was not met with overall approval from the loyal BDO darts fans as they decided to not attend in their thousands.
The BDO world championship will go down in history for all the wrong reasons. The change of venue and the recent loss of professional darts referees all added to the BDO misery.
Promised prize money was slashed, and the conversation turned away from the players and was directed to the chairman.
The poor management left the BDO in debt, and the future of the organisation in looked in dought. Des Jacklin later resigned as chairman but was later reinstated following a narrow county representative vote victory.
The respective organisation had finally lost its support, and in several challenges were made to take over the running of the Inter-County Championships.
The PDC now firmly run the professional side of darts with more players competing to join each year.