Welcome to the Online Darts PDC Tournament page. Here we provide you with all the information about all the PDC tournaments on the calendar. The PDC calendar is packed from the start till the end of the year, with players getting g
hardly any time off during the year.
The start of the new year is the Master, taking place at the end of January for the top 16 in the world. Shown live on ITV sport, is a perfect way to start the year. Following the Masters the Premier League of darts starts, running every Thursday for 16 weeks. The Premier League is played all over the UK and Europe. The finals of the Premier League is held at the O2 in London. Sandwiched during the Premier League is the UK Open. The UK Open is known as the FA Cup of darts and is held at Butlins in Minehead.
The World Cup of Darts then takes place in early June, where nations from around the globe come together. The World Cup takes place in Hamburg in Germany. Early July the PDC usually try and fit in two World Series events, the destinations continuously change.
Mid-July sees the pilgrimage to Blackpool, for the World Matchplay. The Matchplay is the second biggest ranking event on the calendar, held at the iconic Winter Gardens. After the Matchplay the PDC heads down under of the next leg of the World Series. With this leg of the World Series taking up the month of August.
The backend of the PDC Calendar is back to back TV tournaments in a short space of time. The PDC manages to fit in the following competitions in three months. The World Series Finals, The European Championships, The Champions League, The World Grand Prix, The Grand Slam of Darts, and The Players Championship finals.
The showpiece end to the season is the World Championship at Alexandra Palace. Where 96 of the best players in the world all fight and compete to be crowd world champion. The World Championship is held over 17 days in London over Christmas and is now part of every darts fans festive plans.