The 2020 Professional Darts Corporation calendar was confirmed, with over 150 times of darts to take place in the circuit.
Another year will start from January 16-19, with events being held in the UK and Germany as players bid to secure PDC Tour Cards to compete with the ProTour.
The Experts sees the top 16 return to action from Milton Keynes in January 31-February two for its first televised event following the conclusion of the World Darts Championship on New Year’s Day.
The Premier League year then begins at the Live arena in Aberdeen February 6 on Thursday, beginning the tour of the UK, Netherlands, Ireland and Germany.
The 30 Players Championship events to be held in 2020 will begin throughout February ahead of their UK Open, which will take place with three double-headers.
The European Union kicks off in Germany in March with events in Sindelfingen and Leverkusen, followed the event in Munich of April.
As Budapest plays host may subsequently sees championships in Graz, Austria and the German city of Riesa side of their trip to Hungary.
About the two evenings of July, the European Tour will return Observing a first event in Trier, Germany from June 26-28.
Dutch town Leeuwarden will host the European Tour for the first time in September 11-13 per fortnight after.
The venue for the 12th European Tour event will be confirmed in due course, later staging European Tour events at 31, while both Prague and Copenhagen remain future venues.
Before the Betfred World Matchplay takes place, Darts’ World Cup will be held from June 18-21 in Hamburg.
Both the Champions League of World and Darts Series of Darts Finals will move in the calendar into September.
The European Championship will return in October together with the Grand Slam of all Darts occurring at Wolverhampton from November 14-22.
The Players Championship Finals in the Butlin’s Minehead Resort takes place in November 27-29, with the dates for the 2020/2021 World Darts Championship to be verified throughout 2020.
A Players Championship double-header will follows the Tour event in Leeuwarden at September, with Wigan Barnsley, Hildesheim and Dublin continuing to host ProTour events throughout 2020.
Both the Challenge Tour and Development Tour circuits will see five evenings occur, each comprising four events per weekend, during the year.
With Hildesheim also hosting Milton Keynes and the Development Tour hosting on the Challenge Tour, four evenings on each tour is going to be held at Wigan.
It is not very long to wait patiently till darts is back on Sky Sports, the World Grand Prix gets underway Sunday, October 6 at Dublin’s Citywest Arena October 12 and seven days of policy continues until the final on Saturday.
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