European Darts Championships Day 1 Order Of Play And How To Watch. Day 1 of the Unibet European Darts Championships starts this afternoon from König Pilsener Arena, Oberhausen live on ITV4.

All 32 players are in action as the bumper session that gets underway at 3 pm (GMT). The number one seed Joe Cullen faces Irish star William O’Connor, who finished 33rd on the order of merit but takes place as Glen Durrant is still self-isolating after testing positive for COVID19.

All of this afternoon’s matches can be found below. We will also have everything covered in our Live Blog, so you won’t miss how matches unfold in König Pilsener Arena.


Schedule of Play

2020 Unibet European Championship
October 29-November 1, König Pilsener Arena, Oberhausen
Schedule of Play
16x First Round
Jamie Hughes v Dave Chisnall
Krzysztof Ratajski v Steve West
Mervyn King v Ian White
Jose de Sousa v Jeffrey de Zwaan
James Wade v Steve Lennon
Devon Petersen v Andy Hamilton
Michael Smith v Ross Smith
Danny Noppert v Dirk van Duijvenbode
Nathan Aspinall v Maik Kuivenhoven
Joe Cullen v William O’Connor
Rob Cross v Martijn Kleermaker
Jonny Clayton v Max Hopp
Michael van Gerwen v Darius Labanauskas
Gerwyn Price v Kim Huybrechts
Peter Wright v Gabriel Clemens
Mensur Suljovic v Daryl Gurney

European Darts Championships Day 1 Order Of Play And How To Watch
European Darts Championships Day 1 Order Of Play And How To Watch

Friday, October 30
Afternoon Session (1300 CET)
4x Second Round

Evening Session (2000 CET)
4x Second Round

Saturday, October 31 (2000 CET)

Sunday, November 1 (2000 CET)
Semi-Finals & Final

The PDC reserves the right to change the schedule of play. Should any player withdraw, PDC Rule 3.7 would apply, and a replacement player would be found from the European Tour Order of Merit.

The schedule for the second round onwards will be confirmed at the conclusion of the previous day’s play.

Prize Fund

Winner – £120,000
Runner-up – £60,000
Semi-Finalists – £32,000
Quarter-Finalists – £20,000
Last 16 – £10,000
Last 32 – £6,000
Total – £500,000