2023 Cazoo Premier League Schedule Update

The Cazoo Premier League schedule for 2023 has been updated, with new dates confirmed for new nights in Liverpool and Brighton.

Following confirmation that Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena will host the Eurovision Song Contest next year, the Premier League will now be held on Thursday, March 9.

Furthermore, The Brighton Centre will host its Premier League night on Thursday, April 13, after the two venues altered the scheduled dates for next year.

We were aware that the location of the Eurovision Song Contest could impact our planned Cazoo Premier League schedule, and had held initial conversations with the M&S Bank Arena with regards to a contingency plan,” said PDC Chief Executive Matt Porter.


“Following Friday’s announcement that Liverpool will host the Eurovision Song Contest we have been able to move quickly to finalise the new dates for 2023.”

 “Both the M&S Bank Arena and The Brighton Centre have been very co-operative throughout the process and we look forward to returning to these popular venues next year.”


2023 Cazoo Premier League

Night One      The SSE Arena, Belfast                           

Night Two      Cardiff International Arena                    

Night Three    OVO Hydro, Glasgow                             

Night Four      3Arena, Dublin                                        

Night Five       Westpoint Exeter                                    

Night Six         M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool                  

Night Seven   Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham           

Night Eight     Utilita Arena, Newcastle                        

Night Nine      Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin               

Night Ten       Utilita Arena, Birmingham                    

Night 11          The Brighton Centre                               

Night 12          Rotterdam Ahoy                                     

Night 13          First Direct Arena, Leeds                       

Night 14          AO Arena, Manchester                           

Night 15          Utilita Arena, Sheffield                          

Night 16          P&J Live, Aberdeen                                

Play-Offs         The O2, London