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21. May
World Series of Darts
By now all participants in the US Darts Masters 2024 are known. The tournament will be played on 31. May and 1. June in the Madison Square Garden in New York. The PDC representatives will be Luke Humphries, reigning champion Michael van Gerwen, Michael Smith, Nathan Aspinall, Gerwyn Price, Rob Cross, Peter Wright and Luke Littler. For North America Matt Campbell, Jules van Dongen, Danny Lauby, Stowe Buntz, Alex Spellmann, David Cameron, Jeff Smith and Adam Sevada will stand at the oche.
The same eight North Americans will take part in the North American Championship on 1. June.
US Darts Masters



20. May
PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit, the Pro Tour Order of Merit, the European Tour Order of Merit and the Players Championship Order of Merit were updated.
PDC Rankings
European Tour
Pro Tour



18. May
Smith wins last League Day
Michael Smith defeated on the last League Day in Sheffield not only his main rival for a Play-Off place Nathan Aspinall but won the League Day and progressed as last player after Luke Littler, Luke Humphries and Michael van Gerwen into the Top Four. He will now play next Thursday in the Play-Offs in London against head of the table Luke Littler. In the other semi-final World Champion Luke Humphries and reigning champion Michael van Gerwen will clash.
Beside Aspinall Peter Wright, Gerwyn Price and Rob Cross already lost in the quarterfinals.
Results
Statistics
Table



12. May
Cross wins Baltic Sea Darts Open
Rob Cross won in Kiel the Baltic Sea Darts Open with a 8:6 defeat of Luke Humphries in the final. In a highclass match Humphries delighted the crowd with a nine-darter.
Humphries defeated on finals day Ross Smith, Michael van Gerwen and Danny Noppert. Cross reached the final with wins over Stephen Bunting, Ritchie Edhouse and Madars Razma.
Resultsnew
Statisticsnew



PDC European Tour - Day 3
On finals Day the Baltic Sea Darts Open in Kiel will be played to the end. In the afternoon-session the third round took place, in the evening-session quarterfinals, semi-finals and final will follow.
In the second round of the tournament yesterday six seeded players were eliminated - among them reigning champion Dave Chisnall who lost a close match against Madars Razma. Two German players - Ricardo Pietreczko and Franz Roetzsch progressed into the third round but both lost in today's afternoon-session.
Participants, Schedulenew



11. May
PDC European Tour - Day 2
On the second day of the Baltic Sea Darts Open the seeded players enter the tournament. They will play in today's second round against the first round winners. Again an afternoon- and an evening-session will take place.
Regning champion Dave Chisnall will begin his campaign in the last match of the day against Madars Razma. World Champion Luke Humphries and Michael van Gerwen will both stand on stage in the evening session as well. Humphries will play against young Pole Sebastian Bialecki while van Gerwen will meet his fellow country man Wessel Nijman who yesterday sensational eliminated Luke Littler from the event.
Participants, Schedule, Results
Statistics



10. May
PDC European Tour - Day 1
Today in Kiel the Baltic Sea Darts Open will begin - the sixth tournament of the PDC European Tour 2024. As always on the first day only the qualifier will stand at the oche. They will play in an afternoon- and an evening-session the first round.
Gary Anderson and Gerwyn Price withdrew from the tournament. Joe Cullen and Krzystztof Ratajski move up under the seeded players, Luke Woodhouse and Jermaine Wattimena moved up from the reserve list.
Participants, Schedule, Results
Statistics



Humphries wins 15. League Day
Luke Humphries won the 15. League Day of Premier League in Leeds and by this confirmed his second playce in the table. He defeated in the final Michael van Gerwen who ousted Nathan Aspinall from the third place. Michael Smith and Luke Littler stood in the semi-finals - but both lost there with 6:1 against Humphries and van Gerwen respectively. Smith now is only one point behind Aspinall. The two players will meet next Thursday in a all deciding quarterfinal in the hunt of the fourth Play-Off place.
Beside Aspinall Peter Wright, Gerwyn Price and Rob Cross failed to win points in Leeds.
Results
Report, Statisticsnew
Table



9. May
PDC Premier League
The 15. and penultimate League Day of Premier League takes place today in Leeds.
Only Luke Littler and Luke Humphries already secured a place in the Play-Offs - for them it's only about the place in the ranking. The second last and the last in the table - Gerwyn Price and Peter Wright - no longer have a chance to get into the Last Four.
In the first quarterfinal Michael van Gerwen plays against Gerwyn Price. After that head of the table Littler will meet last in the table Wright. Luke Humphries will play in the third quarterfinal against Rob Cross. In the last quarterfinal Nathan Aspinall will clash with Michael Smith.
Preview Fifteenth League Day
Schedule



8. May
PDC European Tour
Today in Hildesheim the Tour Card Holders Qualifiers for the European Tour Events 7 and 8 in Rosmalen und Leverkusen took place.
Both for Rosmalen and for Leverkusen qualified Jeffrey de Graaf, Dom Taylor and Owen Bates. The other qualifiers for Rosmalen are Madars Razma, Mickey Mansell, Cameron Menzies, Ryan Meikle, Niels Zonneveld, William O'Connor and Haupai Puha. For Leverkusen qualified beside Nathan Rafferty, Radek Szaganski, Mike de Decker, Callan Rydz, Karel Sedlacek, Matthew Dennant and Andy Beatens.
Dutch Darts Championship Rosmalen
European Darts Open Leverkusen



Wins for Smith and Dolan in Hildesheim
Michael Smith and Brendan Dolan were the winners of the two Players Championships in Hildesheim.
Michael Smith won on Monday the 9. Players Championship. He defeated in the final Ryan Joyce with 8:6. The semifinals reached Ritchie Edhouse and Krzysztof Ratajski. The 10. Players Championship on Tuesday was won by Brendan Dolan who prevailed in the final with 8:4 over Jeffrey de Graaf. In the semifinals stood Graham Hall and again Krzysztof Ratajski.
Participants, Resultsnew



6. May
PDC Pro Tour
Today and tomorrow in Hildesheim the Players Championships 9 and 10 will take place. From the Tour Card Holders Nathan Aspinall, Rob Cross, Luke Humphries, Boris Krcmar, Jacques Labre, Adrian Lewis, Luke Littler, Robert Owen, Ryan Searle and Adam Smith-Neale didn't register for Hildesheim. They will be replaced by Danny Jansen, Andy Boulton, Stefan Bellmont, Oskar Lukasiak, Lee Cocks, Darryl Pilgrim, Noa-Lynn van Leuven, Richie Burnett, Rene Eidams and Kai Gotthardt.
On Wednesday as well in Hildesheim the Tour Card Holders Qualifiers for European Tour Events 7 and 8 in Rosmalen and Leverkusen will follow.
Participants
Dutch Darts Championship Rosmalen
European Darts Open Leverkusen



PDC Development Tour
At the weekend in Hildesheim, Germany, five events of the PDC Development Tour took place.
The two events on Friday were won by Roman Benecky and Gian van Veen. On Saturday the winners were Wessel Nijmann and Nathan Rafferty. The event on Sunday had with Niko Springer a German winner. Springer beside reached on Saturday the final against Wessel Nijman and was by far the most successfull German player of the weekend.
Gian van Veen - who beside his win reached Sunday's final and a semi-final and a quarterfinal - heads the ranking, Springer moved up to sixth place.
Development Tour 2024new



2. May
Littler wins as well in Aberdeen
On the 14. Premier League night in Aberdeen again Luke Littler was the winner - he defeated in the highclass final Rob Cross with 6:4. Littler reached the final with a close win over Nathan Aspinall and a clear win against Michael Smith. Cross defeated for the second time in a row Michael van Gerwen and after that in a close semi-final Luke Humphries, who had some problems with his doubles. Littler expanded his lead but nothing changed in the table.
Beside van Gerwen in Aberdeen Gerwyn Price - who had withdrawn due to a back injury -, Peter Wright and Nathan Aspinall couldn't win a point.
Results
Report, Statistics
Table



1. May

Due to a trapped nerve in his back injury Gerwyn Price has withdrawn from the 14. Premier League Day tonight. His quarterfinal opponent Luke Humphries receives a bye into the semifinals, two points and +1 leg difference while Price receives -6 leg difference in the league table.



PDC Premier League
The 14. League Day of the Premier League will take place today in Aberdeen.
Peter Wright hopes he will produce tonight for his Scottish fans. He will play in the first quarterfinal against Michael Smith who needs a win to stay in the race for the Play-Off places. In the second quarterfinal head of the table Luke Littler will clash with Nathan Aspinall. After that Rob Cross will meet Michael van Gerwen whom he defeated last week in the semifinals. In the last quarterfinal Luke Humphries will play against Gerwyn Price.
Preview Fourteenth League Day
Schedule



30. April
PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit, the Pro Tour Order of Merit and the European Tour Order of Merit were updated after the Austrian Darts Open in Graz.
PDC Rankings
European Tour



28. April
Littler wins Austrian Darts Open
Luke Littler won in Graz his second European Tour title of the year. He defeated in the final of tbe Austrian Darts Open Joe Cullen with 8:4. On finals day Littler defeated beside Krzysztof Ratajski, Danny Noppert and Ross Smith while Cullen prevailed over Dave Chisnall, Gian van Veen - in one of the outstanding matches of the tournament - and Stephen Bunting. As Littler Cullen showed throughout convincing performances though he run slightly out of steam in the final.
Results Finals Daynew
Tournament Statisticsnew



25. April
Third Day win for Littler in Liverpool
Luke Littler celebrated in Liverpool his thrid day win of the season - he defeated in at first very one-sided final Rob Cross with 6:2. By this Littler now is first of the table while Luke Humphries - who lost his quarterfinal to Nathan Aspinall - now is second. Littler defeated in his quarterfinal Gerwyn Price and in the semi-finals Nathan Aspinall. Cross prevailed over Michael Smith and Michael van Gerwen who was far from his best.
No point got in Liverpool beside Humphries Gerwyn Price, Peter Wright and Michael Smith.
Results
Statisticsnew
Table



24. April
European Tour
At the weekend in Graz the Austrian Darts Open will take place - the fifth European Tour Event of the year. Tormorrow as always on the first day of the tournament only the qualifiers will stand at the oche. In an afternoon- and an evening-session the first round will be played.
By the Host Nation Qualifier today qualified Zoran Lerchbacher, Dominik Haberl, Hannes Schnier and Christian Goedl for the tournament. Luke Humphries and Gary Anderson withdrew, for them Krzysztof Ratajski and Joe Cullen move up into the seeds and Ricky Evans and Richard Veenstra come from the reserve list as replacements into the field of participants.
Participants, Schedulenew



PDC Premier League
Today the Premier League travels for the 13. League Day to Liverpool.
The battle for the Play-Off places continues. In the first quarterfinal second of the table Luke Littler will meet sixth of the table Gerwyn Price. After that head of the table Luke Humphries will play against third of the table Nathan Aspinall who won last week in Rotterdam. In the following quarterfinal Peter Wright - who has with only four points no chance to get into the Play-Offs - will play against reigning champion Michael van Gerwen. In the last quarterfinal Michael Smith will clash with Rob Cross. Smith sits in fifth place at the moment but is only two points behind place four and six points behind the first place of the table.
Preview Thirteenth League Night
Schedule



23. April
PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit, the Pro Tour Order of Merit and the European Tour Order of Merit were updated after the German Darts Grand Prix in Sindelfingen. As well updated were the PDC Women's Series Order of Merit and the PDC Nordic and Baltic Order of Merit.
PDC Rankings
European Tour
Women's Series
PDC Nordic and Baltic Tour



22. April
Anderson wins in Sindelfingen
Gary Anderson for the first time in ten years secured an Europesn Tour title. He defeated in the final in Sindelfingen Ross Smith with 8:6.
On finals day Anderson won against Gerwyn Price, Josh Rock and Rob Cross. Ross Smith defeated on his way into the final Ritchie Edhouse, Damon Heta and Michael van Gerwen. The best German, Gabriel Clemens, was defeated by Michael van Gerwen in the quarterfinals.
Results Finals Daynew
Statisticsnew



PDC Women's Series
Beau Greaves was the most successfull player of the Women's Series weekend - she won two of the events and reached the finals of the other two. One event each won Noa-Lynn van Leuven and Mikuru Suzuki. Fallon Sherrock and Lisa Ashton both reached one final.
Participants, Resultsnew



20. April
PDC Women's Series

Today and tomorrow the second tournament weekend of the PDC Women's Series will be played in Wigan.
On each day two events will take place.
Participants, Resultsnew



European Tour
On the second day of the European Darts Grand Prix in Sindelfingen in an afternoon - and an evening-session the first round winners will play against the seeded players.
While players like James Wade or Jose de Sousa are already out of the tournament MArtin Schindler, Ritchie Edhouse and Luke Littler impressed with over 100 averages.
Participants, Schedule, Results Day 2new
Statisticsnew



19. April
European Tour
Today in Sindelfingen the European Darts Grand Prix will begin - the fourth European Tour event of the year. As always on the first day of the tournament only the qualifiers will stand at the oche. In an afternoon- and an evening-session the first round will be played.
Among the players in action today are six German players and big names like James Wade, Raymond van Barneveld, Peter Wright and Luke Littler.
Participants, Schedule, Results Day 1new
Statisticsnew



Aspinall wins in Rotterdam
Nathan Aspinall got in Rotterdam his second day win of the season and moved up to third place of the table. He defeated in the final Michael Smith with 6:4. Smith improved his chances to reach a play-off place and sits in fifth place only two points behind Michael van Gerwen who lost in the quarterfinals to Luke Humphries and stayed without a point. Thanks to his win over van Gerwen Humphries is back at the head of his table despite losing in the semi-finals to Nathan Aspinall.
Without a point stayed in Rotterdam beside van Gerwen Rob Cross, Peter Wright and Luke Littler.
Results
Report, Statisticsnew
Table



18. April
PDC Premier League
Today the 12. League Day of Premier League will take place in Rotterdam.
So in the centre of interest of course will be Michael van Gerwen who will stand on home soil at the oche in the last quarterfinal against World Champion Luke Humphries. The night will be opened by the quarterfinal between Michael Smith and head of the table Luke Littler. After that Rob Cross will play against Gerwyn Price. In the third quarterfinal Nathan Aspinall will meet bottom of the table Peter Wright.
Preview Twelfth League Day
Schedule



16. April
Coaching Klinik
Though the Darts Perfommance Centre doesn't exist any more the founder Paul Gillings left me some articles of his Coaching Clinik which will be published here on Global Darts.
This Coaching Clinik Blog is about how you can prevent that you yourself are your biggest enemy at the oche.
How to beat your biggest enemy on the oche - Yourself!



15. April
PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit, the Pro Tour Order of Merit and the European Tour Order of Merit were updated after the International Darts Open in Riesa.
PDC Rankings
European Tour



Schindler wins in Riesa
Martin Schindler won in Riesa the final against reigning champion Gerwyn Price with 8:5 and is the new International Darts Open Champion. Schindler is the only third German player who won a PDC tournament. Schindler as Price played consistently good throughout the tournament. In the final Price lost his accuracy on the doubles and Schindler won deservedly.
Schindler defeated on finals day Richard Veenstra, Danny Noppert and Chris Dobey. Price prevailed over Ricardo Pietreczko, Ross Smith and Stephen Bunting. Against Pietrezcko he played a new European Tour Rekord Average of 115.74.
Report Finalnew
Overall Statistics European Tour 24new
International Darts Open



14. April
European Tour
Today the tournament in Riesa will be played to the end. In the afternoon the third round took place, tonight quarterfinals, semi-finals and final will follow.
From the Premier League players Nathan Aspinall, Rob Cross and Luke Humphries lost their third round matches. Only reigning champion Gerwyn Price prevailed in the third round and played with 115.74 the so far highest average of the tournament.
Schedule, Results Day 3new
Statisticsnew



13. April
European Tour
On the second day of the event as always in the European Tour Events the second round took place. In an afternoon- and an evening- session the first round winners played against the seeded players.
From the seeded players Krzystztof Ratajski, Jonny Clayton, Michael Smith, Dave Chisnall, Joe Cullen, Josh Rock and Dirk van Duijvenbode didn't survive the second round. The outstanding performances provided Chris Dobey and Nathan Aspinall who both played averages of over 111.
Schedule, Results Day 2new
Statisticsnew



12. April
European Tour
Today in Riesa the International Darts Open will begin - the third European Tour event of the year. As always on the first day of the tournament only the qualifiers will stand at the oche. In an afternoon- and an evening-session the first round will be played.
Gary Anderson and Michael van Gerwen withdrew, for them Steven Bunting and Joe Cullen move up into the seeds and Lee Evans and Dylan Slevin come from the Reserve List into the field of participants.
Participants, Schedule, Results Day 1new
Statisticsnew



Van Gerwen wins in Birmingham
Michael van Gerwen won in Birmingham the final against Luke Littler with 6:3 and is back winning with his fourth day win. He moved up to the third place of the table.
On his way to the final van Gerwen defeated Nathan Aspinall and Michael Smith. Littler prevailed against Rob Cross and Luke Humphries. Peter Wright and Gerwyn Price as Aspinall and Cross didn't get a point in Birmingham.
Results
Report, Statisticsnew
Table



11. April
PDC Premier League
The 11. League Day of Premier League will be played today in Birmingham.
The League Day will begin with the quarterfinal between bottom of the table Peter Wright and World Champion Luke Humphries. In the second quarterfinal Rob Cross will meet head of the table Luke Littler. After that Gerwyn Price will play against Michael Smith. in the last quarterfinal Michael van Gerwen will clash with Nathan Aspinall.

Preview Eleventh League Day
Schedule



PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit, the Pro Tour Order of Merit and the Players Championship Order of Merit were updated after the Players Championships 7 and 8 in Leicester.
PDC Rankings
Pro Tour



European Tour

Yesterday in Leicester the Tour Card Holders Qualifiers for the European Tour Events 5 and 6 in Graz and Kiel took place.
Madars Razma, Ritchie Edhouse and Wessel Nijman qualified for both events.
Austrian Darts Open Graz
Baltic Sea Darts Open Kiel



9. April
PDC Pro Tour
Chris Dobey and Danny Noppert were the winners of the Players Championships 7 and 8 which took place yesterday and today in Leicester.
On Monday Chris Dobey won the 7. Players Championship with 8:4 against Josh Rock. In semi-finals stood Ross Smith and Luke Woodhouse. During the event Dobey, Steve Beaton and Daryl Gurney threw a nine-darter.
Today Danny Noppert defeated in the 8. Players Championship Luke Humphries in the final with 8:6 and won the title. The semi-finals reached Gian van Veen and Radek Szaganski.
Resultsnew



7. April
PDC Pro Tour
Tomorrow and on Tuesday in Leicester the Players Championships 7 and 8 will take place. Most Tour Card Holders registered - only Adrian Lewis and Adam Smith Neale will miss out and will be replaced by Andy Boulton and Aden Kirk.
On Wednesday as well in Leicester the Tour Card Holders Qualifiers for the European Tour Events 5 and 6 in Graz and Kiel will follow.

Participants
Austrian Darts Open Graz
Baltic Sea Darts Open Kiel



5. April
Zweiter Tagessieg in Folge für Littler
Luke Littler got in Manchester his second Premier League Day win in a row and moved up to the head of the table. Littler defeated in the final Gerwyn Price who before in his semi-final against Michael Smith threw a nine-darter.
Littler reached the final with wins over Michael van Gerwen and Nathan Aspinall. Price defeated in the quarterfinals in the best match of the night Peter Wright who played an 109 average. Beside Wright and van Gerwen in Manchester Luke Humphries and Rob Cross stayed without a point.
Resultsnew
Statisticsnew
Tablenew



4. April
PDC Premier League
Tomorrow the Premier League travels for the tenth League Day to Manchester.
In the first quarterfinal Nathan Aspinall will play against Rob Cross. After that Luke Littler clashes with Michael van Gerwen whom he defeated last week in the semi-finals. In the third quarterfinal Michael Smith will play against head of the table Luke Humphries before in the last quarterfinal the two players at the bottom of the table - Gerwyn Price and Peter Wright - will battle for points.
Preview Tenth League Day
Schedule



2. April
PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit, the Pro Tour Order of Merit and the European Order of Merit were updated after the German Darts Grand Prix in Munic.
PDC Rankings
European Tour



1. April
Humphries wins in Munic
Luke Humphries defeated in the final of the German Darts Grand Prix in Munic Michael van Gerwen with 8:1 and retrieved the title he had lost last year. Humphries dominated the event and played in the final an 112.66 average - van Gerwen had - as all others of Humphries' opponents - no chance at all. Humphries defeated on finals day Ryan Joyce, Danny Noppert and Gerwyn Price as well while van Gerwen reached the final with unthreatened wins over Joe Cullen, Jermaine Wattimena and Martin Schindler.
Results Day 3
Statistics
Report Finalnew



PDC European Tour
Today the tournament in Munic will be played to the end. In the afternoon-session the third round will be played, tonight quarterfinals, semi-finals and final will take place.
Outstanding on the second day were the first four matches of the evening-session - the four winners Michael Smith, Danny Noppert, Gerwyn Price and Luke Humphries all progressed with averages of over 100 into the next round. Danny Noppert won the best and very close match of the day against Gian van Veen who showed a great perfomrnace himself and had an average of 108.51.
Schedule



31. March
PDC European Tour
On the first day of the tournament Peter Wright and Chris Dobey provided with their averages of over 103 the performance highlights. With the exception of Martin Schindler all German qualifiers were eliminated first round.
On the second day the seeded players join the tournament. Among them is with Michael Smith the reigning champion. He will play at the begin of the evening session against Cameron Menzies.
Schedule, Results Day 2new
Statistics



29. March
PDC European Tour
Tomorrow in Munic the second event of the PDC European Tour will begin - the German Darts Grand Prix. On the first day of the tournament as always the qualifiers will stand at the oche - among them according to the new rules this year the players who qualified by the PDC Order of Merit.
Gary Anderson had to withdraw due to a shoulder injury and will be replaced by Luke Woodhouse while Stephen Bunting moves up into the seeds.
Participants, Schedule, Results Day 1



First Day win for Littler
On the ninth League Day of Premier League Luke Littler got his first day win. He defeated in the final Nathan Aspinall with 6:4 and moved up to the second place of the table. Littler reached the final with wins over Luke Humphries and Michael van Gerwen. Aspinall defeated on his way to the final Gerwyn Price and Peter Wright.
Results
Report, Statistics
Table



28. March
PDC Premier League
The ninth League Day of Premier League takes place today in Belfast in Northern Ireland.
The League Night starts with a repeat of the World Championship final from January - Luke Humphries clashes with Luke Littler. The second quarterfinal is a repeat of the World Championship Final 2023 - Michael Smith will play with Michael van Gerwen. In the third quarterfinal Nathan Aspinall will meet Gerwyn Price and in the last quarterfinal Rob Cross will play against Peter Wright.
Preview Ninth League Day
Schedule



WDF Results
The Torshavn Open on the Faroe Islands were won by Jan McIntosh and Michelle Merlit. For both it was the first ranking title and McIntosh is the first ever player from the Faroe Islands who won a WDF Ranking Title.
Winner of the International Youth Open in Vienna were Italian Aurora Fochesato and Latvian Ralfs Laumanis. Fochesato won the event for the third time.
Leonard Gates won the Missouri St.Patrick's Open, the women's title conquered Kaitlyn McKinley.



25. March
PDC Women's Series
Fallon Sherrock started with two wins in this year's PDC Women's Series and stood in the semi-finals of the other two events. By this she now heads the table.
The other two events of the weekend were won by Noa-Lynn van Leuven and Mikuru Suzuki. Beau Greaves - who dominated the the Women's Series last year - lost twice to Fallon Sherrock in the final and beside reached a quarterfinal.
Participants, Results
Ranking



23. March
PDC Women's Series

This weekend the PDC Women's Series starts into the season 2024.
Today and tomorrow in Wigan four events will take place.
Participants, Results



22. March
Third win in a row for Humphries
On the eighth League Day Luke Humphries completed the hat-trick. This time he defeated Michael Smith in the final. Again Humphries dominated the night - he played in all three matches an average of over 100. The semi-finals reached Gerwyn Price and Nathan Aspinall who won their quarterfinals against Michael van Gerwen and Rob Cross respectively. It was the fourth time in a row the Dutchman lost already in the quarterfinals. Beside Cross and van Gerwen Peter Wright and Luke Littler stayed without a point.
Humphries extended his lead at the head of the table to seven points, Michael Smith moved up into the Top 4.
Results
Report, Statisticsnew
Table



21. March
PDC Premier League
For the eighth League Day the Premier League travels to Dublin.
The quarterfinals will be played according to the position of the players in the ranking - in the first quarterfinal head of the table Luke Humphries will take on bottom of the table Peter Wright. After that Nathan Aspinall will play against Rob Cross. In the third quarterfinal Michael van Gerwen and Gerwyn Price will clash and in the last quarterfinal Luke Littler will play against Michael Smith.
Preview Eighth League Daynew
Schedulenew



20. March
Wins for van Barneveld and Chisnall in Hildesheim
The Players Championships 5 + 6- - which took place on Monday and Tuesday in Hildesheim - were won by Raymond Van Barnevld and Dave Chisnall.
Raymond van Barneveld defeated in the final of the fifth Players Championships Stephen Bunting with 8:1. In the semi-finals stood Gary Anderson and Ross Smith. Michael Smith threw a nine-darter in the fourth round.
Winner of the sixth Players Championship was Dave Chisnall who prevailed in the final 8:6 against Dirk van Duijvenbode. The semi-finals reached Darryl Gurney and again Ross Smith.
Resultsnew



PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit, the Pro Tour Order of Merit and the Players Championship Order of Merit were updated after the two Players Championships in Hildesheim.
PDC Rankings
Pro Tour



18. March
PDC Pro Tour
Today and tomorrow in Hildesheim, Germany, the PDC Pro Tour will continue with the Players Championships 5 and 6.
Not all Tour Card Holders did register. Among those absent are Nathan Aspinall and Luke Humphries. Players from the Challenge Tour Order of Merit move up to replace them.
Participants, Resultsnew



PDC Challenge Tour
Five events of the PDC Challlenge Tour were played at the weekend in Hildesheim, Germany. On Friday Noa-Lynn van Leuven and Rene Eidams won one event each. On Saturday Andy Boulton was the winner twice. The last event on Sunday was won by Lee Cocks.
Danny Jansen, who stood in one final and one quarterfinal, still heads the table while Boulton moved up in second place.
Participants, Results, Table



15. March
Humphries wins in Nottingham as well
Luke Humphries won as well the seventh Premier League League Day in Nottingham - his second day win in a row by which he ousted Michael van Gerwen - who lost in Nottingham in the quarterfinals against Nathan Aspinall - at the head of the table.
Aspinall defeated in the semi-finals Luke Littler before he lost in the final 3:6 to Humphries. Humphries reached the final with wins over Michael Smith and Peter Wright.
Results
Report, Statisticsnew
Table



14. March
PDC Premier League
The seventh League Day of Premier League will take place tonight in Nottingham.
In the first quarterfinal the two players at the bottom of the league will meet - Gerwyn Price will play against Peter Wright who still waits for his first points. After that as in last League Day's final in Brighton Luke Humphries and Michael Smith will play against each other. In the third quarterfinal Michael van Gerwen and Luke Littler will meet and in the last quarterfinal Rob Cross will play against Nathan Aspinall.
Preview Seventh League Daynew
Schedule



World Series of Darts
All PDC participants and most Northamerican participants in the U.S. Darts Masters were announced. Luke Ltitler will be among the participants in the tournament which will take place from 31. May to 1. June in New York.
Beside the PDC announced that the number of participants in the World Series Finals will be expanded from 24 to 32 and due to this on the second day of the tournament an afternoon-seesion was added.
Teilnehmer U.S.Darts Masters



11. March
PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit, the Pro Tour Order of Merit and the European Tour Order of Merit were updated after the Belgian Darts Open.
PDC Rankings
European Tour



10. March
Littler wins Belgian Darts Open
In a highclass final in Wieze in the end with Luke Littler the best player of the tournament prevailed. He defeated in the close final Rob Cross - who showed a great performance as well and had with over 108 the better average - with 8:7 and threw a nine-darter in the final. It was Littler's European Tour debut.
Littler reached the final with wins over Damon Heta, Jermaine Wattimena and Ricard Pietreczko on Finals Day, Cross defeated on the last day of the tournament Danny Noppert, Ryan Searle and Gerwyn Price.
Schedule, Results
Statistics
Reportnew



8. March
PDC European Tour
Today in Wieze in Belgium the first European Tour Event of the year will begin - the Belgian Darts Open. On the first day of the tournament as always the qualifiers will stand at the oche - among them according to the new rules this year the players who qualified by the PDC Order of Merit.
So tonight the newly cowned UK Open Champion Dimitri van den Bergh will be in action who was drawn against Stephen Bunting. By the Host Nation Qualifier yesterday Born van Put, Steven Strobbe, Jeroen Caron and Geert de Vos qualified for the event.
Participants, Schedule, Results
Statistics



Spring in Exmoor
Here to finish the article about the final day of UK Open which ended with Dimitri van den Bergh as a slightly surprising but nevertheless deserved winner. Before we did see some interesting and one outstanding quarterfinals, a rather sad and an one sided semi-final and a very close and very emotional final to which both winner and finalist conntributed their bit.
Spring in Exmoor 3new



Humphries wins in Brighton
World Champion Luke Humphries got in Brighton the first day win of this year's Premier League. The ourstanding player of the night defeated in the final Michael Smith with 6:3 and by this moved up to the second place in the table behind Michael van Gerwen who for the second night in a row stayed without a point.
Humphries reached the final with wins over Gerwyn Price and Rob Cross - in the so far best match of the season. Michael Smith defeated on his way to the final Peter Wright and Luke Littler. Wright still is the only player whithout a point in the table..
Report, Statisticsnew
Tablenew



6. March
PDC Premier League
For the sixth League Night Premier League travels to Brighton.
The night will start with the quarterfinal between Luke Humphries and Gerwyn Price. After that Rob Cross will play with head of the table Michael van Gerwen. In the third quarterfinal the winner of last week's League Day Nathan Aspinall will meet Luke Littler and in the last quarterfinal Michael Smith will play against the still hunting for a first point Peter Wright.
Preview Sixth League Daynew
Schedule, Results



PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit was updated after the UK Open.
PDC Rankings



5. March
Spring in Exmoor
The second article recalls the action on the second day of the tournament - there were more upsets, a lot of emotions and at the end of the day the eight quarterfinalist were known. Most of them were not among the favourites to win predicted before the tournament started.
Spring in Exmoor 2new



3. March
Van den Bergh wins UK Open
In a thrilling final which got very close at the end Dimitri van den Bergh prevailed 11:10 over Luke Humphries.
Before the Belgian defeated on finals day first Martin Lukeman and after that Damon Heta. Humphries reached the final with wins over Stephen Bunting and Ricky Evans.
Tournament Statisticsnew
PDC Report Finals Daynew



Spring in Exmoor
This year again Global Darts is in Minehead for the UK Open.
Again a few tournament articles will be published. In the first article we have a view on the debutants and mainly the players from Germany and Austria and accompany them through the first tournament day.
Spring in Exmoor 1new



UK Open
It is Finals Day in Minehead. In the afternoon the quarterfinals will take place, in the Evening-Session semi-finals and final will be played.
On the second day in the fith and sixth round the number of participants was reduced to eight. Not a single former champion is still in the tournament instead we've with Martin Lukeman and Ricky Evans two players in the mix not many would have predicted among the last eight. As well still in are Premier League players Luke Humphries, Luke Littler and Rob Cross beside Stephen Bunting, Dimitri van den Bergh and Damon Heta who yesterday impressed with two great comebacks.
Participants, Schedule Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Resultsnew
PDC Report Day 2new



2. March
UK Open
On the first day of the UK Open in Minehead Rounds 1 - 4 took place. Today the fifth and sixth round will be played.
The biggest upsets of the first day caused Martin Schindler, Graham Usher and Mensur Suljovic who eliminated Gerwyn Price, Ryan Searle and Michael van Gerwen - who seemed to have problems with his shoulder. The only player still in the tournament who started first round as debutant is Benjamin Drue-Reus.
Participants, Schedule Fifth Roundnew
PDC Report Day 1new



1. March
UK Open
Today the UK Open begun in Minehead.
In an extra long afternoon session the first three rounds were played on eight boards.After that the draw for the fourth round took place in which the Top 32 of the PDC Order of Merit will enter the tournament. The fourth round will follow in the evening session.
Participants, Schedule first, second, third and fourth round, Resultsnew



29. February
PDC Premier League
On the fifth League Day the Premier League today is in Exeter.
The night will begin with the quarterfinal between World Champion Luke Humphries and head of the table Michael van Gerwen. After that Nathan Aspinall will play against Peter Wright who was quite quite improved last week but still hasn't manage to win a point for the table. In the third quarterfinal Gerwyn Price will meet Rob Cross and in the last quarterfinal Luke Littler will play against Michael Smith.
Preview fifth League Daynew
Schedule
Statiscsnew
Tablenew



26. February
UK Open
On Friday, the 1. March, the UK Open will begin in Minehead.
The PDC published now after the draw the schedule of the first, second and third round as well which will be all played on Friday afternoon. After that the draw for the fourth round will take place in which the Top 32 of the Order of Merit join the tournament and which will be played Friday night.
Participants, Schedule first to third roundnew



Development Tour
At the weekend in Milton Keynes the first Development Tour weekend of the year took place. Five Events were played, two were won by Keane Barry who besides two times reached the quarterfinals. One tournament each won Danny Jansen, Jurjen van der Velde and Gian van Veen. Gian van Veen in addition was defeated in one final by Keane Barry. Beau Greaves took part in four of the events and sits after the weekend in the tenth place of the ranking.
Barry heads the ranking in front of van Veen, Danny Jansen sits in third place.
Development Tour



25. February
PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit, the Pro Tour Order of Merit and the Players Championship Order of Merit were updated after the Players Championships 3 and 4.
PDC Rankings
PDC Pro Tour



23. February
Third Night Win in a row for van Gerwen
Michael van Gerwen won the fourth League Day in Newcastle as well. This time he prevailed in the final over Nathan Aspinall who won his first three points in Newcastle. In the semi-finals stood Rob Cross and Luke Littler.
Peter Wright now is the only player without a point in the table though he showed a strong performance on the fourth League Day.
Report, Statistics - Fourth League Daynew
Tablenew



22. February
PDC Premier League
For the fourth League Day Premier League travels to Newcastle.
The fourth League Night will be opened by the quarterfinal between Michael Smith and Nathan Aspinall. After that Rob Cross will play against Luke Humphries. In the third quarterfinal Peter Wright and Luke Littler will meet - Wright hopes as Aspinall for his first points in the table. In the last quarterfinal Gerwyn Price will play against head of the table Michael van Gerwen.
Preview Fourth League Day
Schedule, Results



Searle and Heta win Players Championships in Leicester
Ryan Searle won in Leicester the third Players Championship against Gary Anderson who once again impressed with high averages. In the semi-finals stood Callan Rydz and Michael van Gerwen.
Winner of the fourth Players Championships was Damon Heta who prevailed in the final over over Chris Dobeye. The semi-finals reached Peter Wright and Christian Perez.
Participants, Results



European Tour
Yesterday in Leicester the Tour Card Holders Qualifiers for the European Tour Events 3 + 4 took place.
Callan Rydz and Ritchie Edhouse qualified for both events.
Beside for the European Tour Event 3 in Riesa Mike de Decker, Meryn King, Jitse van der Wal, Owen Bates, Simon Whitlock, Cameron Menzies, William O'Connor and Richard Veenstra qualified.
In Sindelfingen beside Rydz and Edhouse Keane Barry, Luke Littler, Martin Lukeman, Jeffrey Sparidaans, Mickey Mansell, Stephen Burton, Scott Williams and Christian Perez will stand at the oche.
European Tour Event 3 Riesa
European Tour Event 4 Sindelfingen



19. February
PDC Pro Tour
This week the Pro Tour comes to Leicester.
Today and on Tuesday the Players Championships 3 and 4 will be played, aon Wednesday the Tour Card Holders Qualifiers for the European Tour Events 3 and 4 in Riesa and in Sindelfingen will follow.



Henderson wins World Senior Championship
Though Scotsman Robert Thornton coudln't defend the title thanks to John Hendersons win the tile stayed in Scotland. John Henderson defeated in the final Colin McGarry with 5:0. In Finals Day Henderson defeated Andy Hamilton and Canadian Jim Long and only lost one Set on the day. Colin McGarry won withput problems in the quarterfinals 3:1 against Mark Dudbridge and prevailed in a hard fought semifinal in the deciding set with 4:2 over Lisa Ashton durch.
Participants, Resultsnew



PDC Nordic and Baltic
The Nordic and Baltic Tour started at the weekend in Latvia in the season 2024.
The three qualifiers for the first three European Tour Events of the year were won by Andreas Harrysson, Viktor Tingström and Cor Dekker gewonnen. The titles of the first two Pro Tour Events went to Jeffrey de Graaf - with a win over Jani Laurilaa - and Marko Kantele who prevented in the final only just a comeback of Johan Engström.
PDC Nordic and Baltic Tour



German Host Nation Qualifiers
At the weekend in Hildesheim, Germany the Host Nation Qualifiers for theEuropean Tour Events 2, 3, 4 and 6 in Munic, Riesa, Sindelfingen and Kiel took place. This year for places are on offer for each event in the Host Nation Qualifiers. Most successful participant was Franz Rötzsch who will stand at the oche in Munic, Sindelfingen and Kiel. Michael Unterbuchner qualified for the events in Munic and Riesa. As well for Munic qualified beside Oliver Müller and Matthias Ehlers, for Riesa Patrick Klingelhöfner, Kai Gotthardt and Jan Drückers. For Sindelfingen qualified beside Rötzsch Rene Eidams, Arno Merk and Nike Springer while Maritz Hilger, Kevin Troppmann and Christopher Toonders qualified for Kiel.



16. February
Van Gerwen wins in Glasgow as well
Michael van Gerwen prevailed on the third League Day in Glasgow in a close final 6:5 over Luke Humphries and now leads with three points advance the table. Before he won in the quarterfinals against Peter Wright and in the semi-finals against Rob Cross. Humphries defeated in the quarterfinals Nathan Aspinall and in the semi-finals Gerwyn Price.
Aspinall and Peter Wright still sit with no point at the bottom of the table.
Statistics - Third League Daynew



PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit, the Pro Tour Order of Merit and the Players Championship Order of Merit were updated after the first two Players Championships of the year.
PDC Rankings



World Seniors Darts Championship

From 15. - 18. February in der Circus Tavern in Purfleet this year's World Seniors Darts Championship is played - for the last time with Phil Taylor who will retire after it.
In the first round invited players and qualifiers take place. The winners will clash in the second round on Saturday with the seeded players..
Participants, Resultsnew



15. February
PDC Premier League
Today the Premier League comes for the third League Night to Glasgow.
Therefore Peter Wright - the only Scotsman in the field of participants - will be in the limelight. He'll clash in the second quarterfinal with Michael van Gerwen. The night will be opened by the quarterfinal between Rob Cross and Michael Smith. In the third quarterfinal Nathan Aspinall will play against Luke Humphries. After that Gerwyn Price will meet Luke Littler.
Preview Third League Day
Schedule, Results
Tablenew
Statistics Third League Daynew



14. February
Qualifiers European Tour Events 1 and 2
At the Tour Card Holder Qualifiers today in Wigan four players qualified for both the first European Tour Event in Wieze, Belgium, and for the second European Tour Event in Munic: Mike de Decker, Lukas Wenig, Jermaine Wattimena and Richard Veenstra.
For the event in Wieze qualified as well Luke Woodhouse, James Hurrell, Daniel Klose, Luke Littler, Berry van Peer and Chris Landman. In Munic Alan Soutar, Steve Lennon, Jeffrey de Graaf, Niels Zooneveld, Kevin Doets and Cameron Menzies will stand on stage as well.
European Tour Event 1 Wieze
European Tour Event 2 Munic



Littler and Anderson win in Wigan
Luke Littler and Gary Anderson won in Wigan the Players Championships 1 and 2. Both players showed outstanding performances.
Luke Littler won on Monday the first Players Championship of the year with an 8:7 win over Ryan Searle. In the semi-finals stood Alan Soutar and Gian van Veen. Littler was beside one of three players who threw a nine-darter - the other two nine-darters threw Mickey Mansell and Leighton Bennett.
The second Players Championship on Tuesday was won by Gary Anderson who as well prevailed in the final over Ryan Searle. The semi-finals reached Peter Wright and Martin Lukeman. Anderson twice just missed a nine-darter throughout the day.
Today in Wigan the qualifiers for the European Tour Events 1 and 2 will take place.
Participants, Resultsnew



11. February
PDC Pro Tour
On Monday this year's PDC Pro Tour will begin in Wigan.
On Monday and Tuesday the Players Championships 1 and 2 will be played, on Wednesday the Tour Card Holders Qualifiers for the European Tour Events 1 and 2 in Wieze, Belgium and in Munic will follow.



UK Open
The Uk Open will be played from 1. - 3. March in Minehead.
The first amateur qualifiers already took place and the PDC announced the participants who qualified by the Development Tour and the Challenge Tour.
Participantsnew



9. February
Van Gerwen wins in Berlin
Michael van Gerwen defeated in the very close final of the second league day in Berlin Luke Littler with 6:5 and got his first day win. Before he defeated in the quarterfinals Nathan Aspinall with 6:4 and prevailed in the semi-finals over Michael Smith as well in the deciding leg. Littler reached the final with 6:5 wins over Rob Rob Cross and Luke Humphries.
Michael Smith stays in the first place of the table. Aspinall and Peter Wright sit without points in the last to places of the table.
Report, Statistics - Second League Daynew



7. February
PDC Premier League
For the Second League Day the Premier League travels to Berlin.
The night will begin with the quarterfinal between Nathan Aspinall and Michael van Gerwen before in the second quarterfinal as in the final of the first League Day Michael Smith and Gerwyn Price will clash. After that Luke Littler will play against Rob Cross - both players reached last week the semi-finals. In the fourth quarterfinal reigning world champion Luke Humphries will meet the two times world champion Peter Wright.
Preview Second League Day
Schedule, Resultsnew
Tablenew



5. February
Bunting wins Masters
With a 11:7 win over Michael van Gerwen Stephen Bunting won the Masters and secured his first PDC TV title. With Bunting the most convincing and consistent player won the tournament.
The very one-sided semi-finals beside reached Nathan Aspinall and Dimitri van den Bergh. Reigning champion Chris Dobey was already eliminated in the second round on Saturday by van Gerwen.
Results
Tournament Statisticsnew
Report Finals Daynew



2. February
The Masters
Tonight in Milton Keynes the Masters will begin. The first round will be played in which the players ranked 9 - 24 in the PDC Order of Merit will take part. Among them is the reigning champion Chris Dobey who will play against Andrew Gilding.
Gerwyn Price withdrew due to family reasons from the event and is replaced by Daryl Gurney.
Participants, Schedule First and Second Round
Previewnew



Smith wins in Cardiff
Michael Smith won the first Premier League Night in Cardiff. He defeated Gerwyn Price in the final with 6:2. Smith heads with five points the league table. In the semi-finals stood Rob Cross and Luke Littler.
Michael van Gerwen, Nathan Aspinall, Peter Wright and Luke Humphries lost in the quarterfinals and stayed without a point.
Report, Statisticsnew
Tablenew
Results



1. February
PDC Premier League
Today the first League Night of Premier League will be played in Cardiff.
In the first quarterfinal Peter Wright will meet Rob Cross. After that local hero Gerwyn Price will play against Nathan Aspinall. In the third quarterfinal reigning champion Michael van Gerwen will play against Michael Smith and in the last quarterfinal Luke Littler and Luke Humphries will collide.

Preview First Legue Daynew
Schedule



29. January
Van Gerwen wins Dutch Darts Masters
With a 8:6 win over Luke Littler Michael van Gerwen won the Dutch Darts Masters and the Toon Greebe Trophy. The final was from both players highclass - Littler had with almost 107 the higher average but spoilt to many chances.
Van Gerwen defeated on his way to the final with Vincent van der Voort, Raymond van Barneveld and Gian van Veen three fellow country men. Littler prevailed over Dirk van Duijvenbode, Luke Humphries and Gerwyn Price.
Schedule, Results, Statistics new
Report Finals Day new



27. January
World Series of Darts
At the Dutch Darts Masters in the first round the PDC representatives Nathan Aspinall, Peter Wright, Rob Cross and Michael Smith were eliminated. Instead the Benelux players Danny Nopper, Kevin Doets, Raymond van Barneveld and Gian van Veen progressed into the quarterfinals. As well eliminated was the reigning champion Dimitri van den Bergh. He lost in the best match of the first round despite an 102.43 average to Gerwyn Price.
Today the tournament will be played to the end - after the quarterfinals in which we'll see a repeat of the World Championship Fional between Luke Humphries and Luke Littler semi-finals and final will follow..
Schedule, Results, Statisticsnew



26. January
World Series of Darts
Today in Den Bosch in the Netherlands the second event of the World Series 2024 will begin, the Dutch Darts Masters. The PDC representatives Rob Cross, Gerwyn Price, Michael van Gerwen, Luke Humphries, Michael Smith, Nathan Aspinall, Luke Littler and Peter Wright will meet eight Benelux representatives - among them reigning champion Dimitri van den Bergh.
Nathan Aspinall will open the event against Danny Noppert. The reigning champion will meet Gerwyn Price. Ithe last match of the night and the first round Michael van Gerwen will play against Vincent van der Voort.
Schedule
Previewnew



25. January
WDF Rankings
The WDF Rankings were updated.
WDF Rankings



23. January
PDC Premier League
The PDC today published the schedule of the quarterfinals of all League Days of the Premier League. The Premier League will begin on Thursday, 1. February with the League Day in Cardiff and will end on 23. May with the Play-Offs in the O2 Arena in London. On each League Day a mini tournament with quarterfinals, semi-finals and final will be played. On the first League Day the quarterfinal between the new World Champion Luke Humphries and the World Championship runner-up Luke Littler will be the highlight.
Premier League Schedulenew



The Masters
The PDC published as well the schedule of the first and second round of The Masters which will be played from 2. - 4. February. In The Masters the Top 24 of the PDC Order of Merit after the World Championship take part. The tournament will be opened by the first round match between Dirk van Duijvenbode and Ryan Searle. Reigning Champion Chris Dobey will play in the first round against Andrew Gilding. The seeded players will begin the tournament in the second round and will play against the first round winners - number 1 seed Luke Humphries will play against the winner of the first round match between Stephen Bunting and Ross Smith.
Participants, Schedule First and Second Roundnew



22. January
PDC Challenge Tour
At the in Milton Keynes dthe first Challenge Tour Weekend took place. Fice events were played and they had five differten winners. und es gabe fünf verschiedene Sieger. On Friday Richie Burnett and Danny Jansen were the winners, on Saturday Oskar Lukasiak and Stefan Bellmont both won once. The fifth event on Suday was won by Aden Kirk. As Danny Jansen beside his win reached a final twice he heads the ranking after the weekend with Stefan Bellmont and Aden Kirk following in second and third place.
Challenge Tour



19. January
Littler wins in Bahrain
World Championship runner-up Luke Littler defeated in the final in Bahrain Michael van Gerwen with 8:5 and won his first PDC senior title. On his way in the final he defeated Nathan Aspinall and Gerwyn Price, in the quarterfinal against Aspinall Littler threw a nine-darter. Michael van Gerwen reached the final with wins over Rob Cross and Michael Smith where he couldn't quite built on his previous performances.
Schedule, Results and Statistics - Day 2


World Series of Darts
Though in Bahrain some of the PDC representatives had difficult games all of them won the first round matches and progressed into the quarterfinals. Michael van Gerwen played against Hasan Haji with almost 107 the highest average while Luke Humphries had beside a 98.02 average a hitting rate on the doubles of 100 percent.
Today the tournament will be played to the end.
Schedule, Results and Statistics
Bericht Tag 1



18. January
World Series of Darts
Today in Bahrain the Bahrain Darts Masters will begin - the first event of the World Series of Darts this year. The PDC representatives Rob Cross, Gerwyn Price, Michael van Gerwen, Luke Humphries, Michael Smith, Nathan Aspinall, Luke Littler and Peter Wright will play against eight Asian representatives, among them two qualifiers from Bahrain.
Peter Wright will open the tournament against Japanese Haruki Muramatsu. World Champion Luke Humphries will play against Abdulla Saeed from Bahrain and reigning champion Michael Smith will meet Paolo Nebrida from the Philippines.
Schedule



Tour Card Holders 2024
A summery of all Tour Card Holders of the year 2024 you can find here:
Tour Card Holders 2024



15. January
PDC Qualifiying Schools 2024 - Finale Stage Day 4
On the last day of the final stage the two direct Tour Cards got Englishman Dom Taylor and Swede Jeffrey de Graaf who were the day winners in Milton Keynes and Kalkar. They defeated in the finals Joshua Richardson and Jitse van der Wal.
The Tour Cards European Qualifying School allocated by the ranking went to Haupai Puha, Jules van Dongen, Radek Szaganski, Chris Landman, Patrick Geeraets, Jitse van der Wal, Paul Krohne, Benjamin Reus, Mario Vandenbogaerde, Lukas Wenig, Thibault Tricole, Michele Turetta and Tim Wolters. The Tour Cards by the UK ranking went to Matthew Dennant, William Borland, Joshua Richardson, James Hurrell, George Killington, Danny Lauby II, Rhys Griffin, Brett Claydon, Darren Beveridge and Adam Hunt.
Report
European Qualifying School Ranking Final Standings
UK Qualifying School Ranking Final Standings
European Qualifying School Finale Phase Results Day 4
UK Qualifying School Finale Phase Results Day 4



12. Januar
PDC Qualifiying Schools 2024 - Finale Stage Day 3
On the thirt day of the final stage the two direct Tour Cards were allocated to Englishman Leighton Bennett and Belgina Andy Baetens who won the day in Milton Keynes and Kalkar respectively. They defeated in the finals Thomas Cromwell and Radel Szaganski.
Today the last two two direct Tour Cards will be allocated to the day winners. Beside after the end of the final stage on Sunday 23 more Tour Cards will be on offer according to the European/UK ranking - 13 in the European Q School, 10 in the UK Q School.
Report, Rankings after Day 3



y 12. Januar
PDC Qualifiying Schools 2024 - Finale Stage Day 1
On the first day of the final stage the first two direct Tour Cards were allocated to Irishman Steve Lennon and Dutchman Martijn Dragt who won the day in Milton Keynes and Kalkar respectively. They defeated in the finals William Borland and Chris Landman who now head the respective rankings.
Today again two direct Tour Cards will be allocated to the day winners. Beside after the end of the final stage on Sunday 23 more Tour Cards will be on offer according to the European/UK ranking - 13 in the European Q School, 10 in the UK Q School.
Report, Rankings after Day 1
European Qualifying School Final Stage Results Day 2
UK Qualifying School Final Stage Results Day 2
Rankings after Day 2new



10. January
PDC Qualifiying Schools 2024
The first phase of the Qualifying Schools was played today to the end and the 128 participants in the final phases in both the European and the UK Qualifying Schools are known. Among the 24 players who reached the final stage of the European Qualifying School direct were among others the WDF World Champion 2023 Andy Baetens and the former Tour Card Holders Max Hopp and John Michael. Among the direct qualifiers of the UK Qualifiying School are Andy Hamilton, Fallon Sherrock and the young English talent Leighton Bennett. The field of participants in both Qualifying Schools was filled up with players from the rankings.
Participants final Stage European Qualifying School, Resultsnew
Participants final Stage UK Qualifying School, Resultsnew



World Series of Darts
The PDC announced the field of participants of the first two World Series Events of the year. The Bahrain Darts Masters and the Dutch Darts Masters will both take place in January, the Bahrain Darts Masters on 18. and 19. January, the Dutch Darts Masters on 26. and 27. January. In both events the eight PDC representatives will play against eight regional representatives. In both events Luke Humphries, Michael van Gerwen, Michael Smith, Nathan Aspinall, Gerwyn Price, Rob Cross, Peter Wright and Luke Littler will represent the PDC.
Bahrain Darts Masters
Dutch Darts Masters



8. January
PDC Qualifiying Schools 2024
Today in Milton Keynes and in Kalkar, Germany, the UK and the European Qualifying School will begin. All in all more then 800 players registered. The first phase will be played from 8. - 10. January. The second, final phase will follow from 11. - 14 January with 128 participants in each venue, which will consist of qualifiers from the first phase, players from the Challenge Tour and Development Tour Orders of Merit and players who lost their Tour Card end of 2023. 30 Tour Cards are on offer.
Qualifying School 2024, Resultsnew



European Tour
The PDC announced a new qualifying format for the European Tour 2024:
European Tour



Pro Tour
The price money for the Players Championships will be increased in 2024:
Pro Tour



5. Januar
PDC Rankings
Der PDC Order of Merit wurde nach der Weltmeisterschaft aktualisiert.
PDC Rankings



5. January
PDC Rankings
The PDC Order of Merit was updated after the World Championship.
PDC Rankings



Russ Bray inducted in PDC Hall of Fame
The final of the PDC World Championship was the last televised ranking matched Russ Bray refereed. We will still see him in World Series events but beside this from now on he will be a PDC ambassodor. In honour of this occasion Russ Bray before the World Championship final was inducted in the PDC Hall of Fame..
Russ Bray inducted in PDC Hall of Famenew



4. January
PDC Premier League
After the conclusion of the PDC World Championship 2023/24 the PDC today announced the participants of the PDC Premier League which will be played from 1. February each Thursday.
Beside the newly crowned World Champion Luke Humphries the runner-up Luke Littler invited as well. He will be the so far youngest participant in the Premier League. The other participants will be Michael van Gerwen, Michael Smith, Nathan Aspinall, Gerwyn Price, Rob Cross and Peter Wright.
Premier League 2024new



3. January
Humphries wins PDC World Championship
In a thrilling and highclass final Luke Humphries prevailed with 7:4 and for the first time won the PDC World Champion title. At the start of the final Humphries had some problems to hit his doubles and the as usual strong playing Littler got a 4:2 lead. But Humphries settled and came back into the match, first levelled 4:4 and then won the last three sets to triumph.
Report, Statistics Finalnew



2. January
PDC World Championship - Semifinals
On the 15. day of the tournament the semi-finals took place in the Alexandra Palace in London.
In the first semi-final Rob Cross and Luke Littler met and though Rob Cross showed a strong performance he couldn't keep up with Littler who won in the end with 2:6 and progressed as youngest ever and beside unseeded player into the final. Even more dominant was Luke Humphries in the second semi-final against Scott Williams who couldn't win a single set. By his semi-final win Humphries is now the number 1 of the world.
In the final tomorrow Humphries will play against Littler.
Semifinals Resultsnew
Report, Statistics Semifinalsnew



1. January
PDC World Championship - Day 14
After the New Year's Eve break today in the Ally Pally the quarterfinals will be played.
In the afternoon first Chris Dobey will play against Rob Cross and after that Luke Littler against Brendan Dolan. In the evening session first Michael van Gerwen will take on Scott Williams before in the last quarterfinal Luke Humphries and Dave Chisnall will meet.
Quarterfinals Resultsnew
Report, Statistics Quarterfinalsnew









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