The entire 2021 Unibet Premier League Darts season will be held at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes.

Following the announcement that tournament will start behind closed doors, the PDC have now confirmed the rest of the dates.

After Judgement Night, the first three events of the second league phase will take place from Wednesday 5 – Friday 7 May.

The last four nights of the league phase will happen between Monday 24 May – Thursday 27 May. The Play-Offs then immediately follow on Friday 28 May.

It’s hopeful that fans could attend the last five nights of the 2021 Premier League, if the government’s roadmap from COVID-19 continues as expected.

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The Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes will host the entire 2021 Premier League Darts season.

Who’s in this year’s Premier League Darts?

The top four in the PDC Order of Merit on Monday 4 January are automatically included. They are:

  • Gerwyn Price
  • Michael van Gerwen
  • Peter Wright
  • Rob Cross

In addition, the winner of last year’s event, Glen Durrant, and runner up Nathan Aspinall, are also involved. World Darts Championship finalist Gary Anderson is also among the ten players.

Three players will be making their debut in the Premier League, after winning TV tournaments. They are:

Have the fixtures been announced?

You can view the full fixture list for the first phase here.

The fixtures for the second league phase will be announced after Judgement Night, when two players are eliminated from the competition.

The Play-Offs will see the top four players in the league qualify. The two semi finals will be played in this order:

  • 1 v 4
  • 2 v 3

The two semi final winners will then face off against each other in the final later in the evening.

How can I buy tickets for the final nights?

The PDC will announce if and when tickets will go on sale for the final five nights of the 2021 Premier League, as well as how to buy them.

I’ve got tickets for a 2021 Premier League night. What happens to them?

All tickets for a 2020 or 2021 Premier League night that’s been rescheduled or cancelled are valid for the 2022 event. If you’d like to get a refund for your tickets, you can get them at the box office that you purchased your tickets from.

What’s the full schedule for this year’s event?

  • Night One – Monday 5 April
  • Night Two – Tuesday 6 April
  • Night Three – Wednesday 7 April
  • Night Four – Thursday 8 April
  • Night Five – Friday 9 April
  • Night Six – Monday 19 April
  • Night Seven – Tuesday 20 April
  • Night Eight – Wednesday 21 April
  • Judgement Night – Thursday 22 April
  • Night Ten – Wednesday 5 May
  • Night Eleven – Thursday 6 May
  • Night Twelve – Friday 7 May
  • Night Thirteen – Monday 24 May
  • Night Fourteen – Tuesday 25 May
  • Night Fifteen – Wednesday 26 May
  • Night Sixteen – Thursday 27 May
  • Play-Offs – Friday 28 May

All events will take place at the Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes.