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Complete guide to the PDC tournament schedule and results 2024

Complete guide to the PDC tournament schedule and results 2024 and where to watch live darts

Keep up to date with our complete guide to the PDC tournament schedule and results 2024 with which darts.

Keep up to date if you want to know when Luke Littler is playing next, and to see if Luke Humphries can keep his impressive major winning form going from 2023. This page will be updated with all the results from the premier PDC darts tours throughout 2024 so you don’t miss the next darts live. 

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Full PDC darts schedule and darts tournament results 2024

PDC World Championship 2024

 

Bahrain Darts Masters (World Series)

 

Dutch Darts Masters (World Series)

  • Defending champion: N/A
  • Venue: January 26-27, Maaspoort Den Bosch
  • Tournament Results: Michael van Gerwen exacts revenge on Luke Littler by defeating him in the final

MvG gets revenge over Luke Littler winning Dutch world series event

Premier League Darts (PDC Major)

  • Defending champion:
  • Tournament Venue & Date: February 1 to May 23

Read everything you need to know about the 17 week premier league of darts

The Masters (PDC Major)

  • Defending champion:
  • Venue: Marshall Arena, February 2-4
  • Tournament Results: Stephen Bunting wins his first PDC Major defeating MvG in the final

Stephen Bunting lifts the PDC Masters trophy having won his first PDC major

PDC Players Championship 1 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, February 12
  • Winner: Luke Littler

As predicted in our complete guide to the PDC World rankings, Luke Littler won the first of what will be many senior PDC titles. To make it even more impressive, Luke Littler became only the third player in PDC history to win a players championship tournament on debut. Legend of the sport of darts and aruguably the best player to pick up a dart Phil Taylor won the first ever PDC players championship event, and Wayne Mardle (in September 2004 as per statistician FEBSData on X ) went before him.

Littler hit his second PDC 9 dart finish after hitting one in the Bahrain Masters in his L32 game against Italian debutant Turetta and wired D12 for another in his very next match against Cameron Menzies. Littler’s average of 109.64 per 3 darts thrown was a new personal best and the combined average of 221.35 in the final against Ryan Searle was a massive increase on the highest ever PC final.

Breakdown of PDC record averages for Final of a Players Championship tournament

Players Championship 2 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, February 13
  • Winner: Gary Anderson defeated Ryan Searle 8-5 in the battle of the training partners

Players Championship 3 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Morningside Arena, Leicester, February 19
  • Winner: Ryan Searle defeats Gary Anderson 8-7 in a rematch of players championships event 2

Gary Anderson broke the record for the most 180s ever hit in a players championship event hitting an incredible 41 in his 7 matches

Players Championship 4 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Morningside Arena, Leicester, February 20
  • Winner: Damon Heta defeats Chris Dobey 8-4

UK Open (PDC Major)

  • Defending champion: Andrew Gilding
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Butlin’s Minehead Resort, March 1-3
  • UK Open has open draw each round and is unseeded
  • Winner: Dancing Dimitri van den Bergh waltzes through the field on his way to a dance off for glory against world champ Luke Humphries. After a quickstep to a 7-2 lead for Dimi Luke managed to foxtrot his way to a last leg decider. It was the Belgian who kept his nerve in a tense decider to lift his second PDC major title. Dimitri defeating Luke 11-10

Dimitri van den Bergh lifts the UK Open Trophy for the first time

Belgian Darts Open (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: Michael van Gerwen
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Oktoberhallen, Wieze, March 8-10
  • Winner: Luke Littler defeated Rob Cross 8-7 in the final

In what can only be described as a sensational debut Euro Tour campaign, it was once again Luke Littler who stole the show. Having come through 3 qualifying matches to get to Wieze, another debut on the PDC circuit resulted in the following for Luke Littler:

  1.  A PDC Euro Tour record of 30 180s in a tournament
  2. Youngest ever winner on the Euro Tour
  3. A nine dart finish in the final versus Rob Cross

Players Championship 5 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Halle 39, Hildesheim, March 18
  • Winner: Raymond van Barneveld defeated Stephen Bunting 8-1 

Had the “Barny Army” been allowed into the venue (the PDC pro tour is played behind closed doors with featured matches streamed live on PDCtv) they would have been in rapture. Van Barneveld picked up his first PDC title in 3 years with victory in Halle 39.

Players Championship 6 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Halle 39, Hildesheim, March 19
  • Winner: Dave Chisnall defeated Dirk van Duivenbode 8-6

A first win of the season for “Chizzy” will be a welcome boost for the St Helens star. Aubergenius Dirk will be delighted with his run to the final after a torrid time with a shoulder injury over the past 6-8 months

PDC Women Series, Events 1-2

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, March 23
  • Winner event 1: Fallon Sherrock defeats Beau Greaves 5-4
  • Winner event 2: Noa-Lynn van Leeuven defeats Katie Sheldon 5-2 becoming the first transgender winner of a PDC Womens Serries event. The win follows on from Noa’s victory in a PDC Challenge tour event the previous weekend.

Women Series, Events 3-4

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, March 24
  • Winner event 3: Mikuru Suzuki defeats Deta Hedman 5-4
  • Winner event 4: Fallon Sherrock defeats Beau Greaves 5-1

German Darts Grand Prix (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: Michael Smith
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Zenith, Munich, March 30-April 1
  • Winner: Luke Humphries defeats Michael van Gerwen 8-1 averaging a staggering 112.66 in the process

Players Championship 7 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Morningside Arena, Leicester, April 8
  • Winner: Chris Dobey defeated Josh Rock 8-4

Players Championship 8 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Morningside Arena, Leicester, April 9
  • Winner: Danny Noppert defeats Luke Humphries 8-6

International Darts Open (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: Gerwyn Price
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Sachsenarena, Riesa, April 12-14
  • Winner: Martin Schindler defeats Gerwyn Price 8-5 to seal his first PDC title

European Darts Grand Prix (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: Rob Cross
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Glaspalast, Sindelfingen, April 19-21
  • Winner: Gary Anderson defeats Ross Smith 8-6 to win his second PDC Euro Tour event, 10 years after his first

Women Series, Events 5-6

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, April 20
  • Winner event 5: Noa-Lynn van Leeuven defeats Beau Greaves 5-4
  • Winner event 6: Beau Greaves defeats Lisa Ashton 5-1

Women Series, Events 7-8

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, April 21
  • Winner event 7: Beau Greaves defeats Fallon Sherrock 5-0 Incredibly Greaves did not drop a single leg in the entire tournament!
  • Winner event 8: Mikuru Suzuki defeats Veau Greaves 5-1

Austrian Darts Open (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: Jonny Clayton
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Steiermarkhalle, Graz, April 26-28
  • Winner: Luke Littler continues his relentless surge up the PDC world rankings defeating Joe Cullen to take the title 8-4

Players Championship 9 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Halle 39, Hildesheim, May 6
  • Winner: Michael Smith defeats Ryan Joyce 8-6

Players Championship 10 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Halle 39, Hildesheim, May 7
  • Winner: Brendan Dolan defeats Jeffrey de Graaf 8-4

Baltic Sea Darts Open (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: Dave Chisnall
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Wunderino Arena, Kiel, May 10-12
  • Winner: Rob Cross defeats Luke Humphries 8-6 despite a 9 dart finish from Humphries

Dutch Darts Championship (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: Dave Chisnall
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Rosmalen, May 24-26
  • Winner: Josh Rock defeats a resurgent Jonny Clayton 8-4

US Darts Masters (World Series)

  • Defending champion: Michael van Gerwen
  • Tournament Venue & Date: The Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York, May 31-June 1
  • Winner: Rob Cross defeats Gerwyn Price 8-7 in a tournament which saw them both bounceback to form after a dissapointing Premier League campaign

Nordic Darts Masters (World Series)

  • Defending champion: Peter Wright
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Forum Copenhagen, Copenhagen, June 7-8
  • Winner:

Poland Darts Masters (World Series)

  • Defending champion: Michael van Gerwen
  • Tournament Venue & Date: PreZero Arena Gliwice, June 14-15
  • Winner:

Players Championship 11 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Halle 39, Hildesheim, June 11
  • Winner:

Players Championship 12 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Halle 39, Hildesheim, June 12
  • Winner:

Women Series, Events 9-10

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, June 15
  • Winner event 9:
  • Winner event 10:

Women Series, Events 11-12

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, June 16
  • Winner event 11:
  • Winner event 12:

European Darts Open (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: Gerwyn Price
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Ostermann Arena, Leverkusen, June 21-23
  • Winner:

World Cup of Darts

  • Defending champion: Wales
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Eissporthalle, Frankfurt, June 27-30
  • Winner:

Players Championship 13 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, July 2
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Players Championship 14 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, July 3
  • Winner:

World Matchplay (PDC Major)

  • Defending champion: Nathan Aspinall
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Winter Gardens, Blackpool, July 13-21
  • Winner:

Women’s World Matchplay (PDC Major)

  • Defending champion:
  • Tournament Results: Winter Gardens, Blackpool, July 21
  • Winner:

Beau Greaves lifts PDC Womens World Matchplay trophy

Players Championship 15 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, July 31
  • Winner:

Players Championship 16 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, August 1
  • Winner:

Players Championship 17 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, August 2
  • Winner:

Australian Darts Masters (World Series)

  • Defending champion: Rob Cross
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Win Sports and Entertainment Centre, Wollongong, August 9-10
  • Winner: 

New Zealand Darts Masters (World Series)

  • Defending champion: Rob Cross
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Globox Arena, Hamilton, August 16-17
  • Winner: 

Women Series, Events 13-14

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Niedernhausen, Germany, August 10
  • Winner event 13:
  • Winner event 14:

Women Series, Events 15-16

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Niedernhausen, Germany, August 11
  • Winner event 15:
  • Winner event 16:

Players Championship 18 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, August 18
  • Winner:

Players Championship 19 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, August 18
  • Winner:

German Darts Championship (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: Ricardo Pietreczko
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Halle 39, Hildesheim, August 30-September 1
  • Winner:

Belgian Darts Championship (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: N/A
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Antwerp, September 6-7
  • Winner:

Women Series, Events 17-18

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, September 7
  • Winner event 17:
  • Winner event 18:

Women Series, Events 19-20

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, September 8
  • Winner event 19:
  • Winner event 20:

World Series of Darts Finals (PDC Major)

  • Defending champion: Michael van Gerwen
  • Tournament Results: AFAS Live, Amsterdam, September 13-15
  • Winner:

Players Championship 20 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, September 17
  • Winner:

Players Championship 21 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, September 18
  • Winner:

Hungarian Darts Trophy (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: Dave Chisnall
  • Tournament Results: BOK Sportcsarnok, Budapest, September 20-22
  • Winner:

Players Championship 22 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, September 24
  • Winner:

Players Championship 23 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes, September 25
  • Winner:

Switzerland Darts Championship (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: N/A
  • Tournament Results: Basel, September 27-29
  • Winner:

Players Championship 24 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, October 1
  • Winner:

Players Championship 25 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, October 2
  • Winner:

Players Championship 26 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, October 3
  • Winner:

World Grand Prix (PDC Major)

  • Defending champion: Luke Humphries
  • Tournament Results: TBC, October 7-13
  • Winner:

Players Championship 27 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, October 15
  • Winner:

Players Championship 28 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Robin Park Tennis Centre, Wigan, October 16
  • Winner:

Czech Darts Open (European Tour)

  • Defending champion: Peter Wright
  • Tournament Venue & Date: Hala Kralovka, Prague, October 18-20
  • Winner:

Women Series, Events 21-22

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Morningside Arena, Leicester, October 19
  • Winner:

Women Series, Events 23-24

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Morningside Arena, Leicester, October 20
  • Winner:

European Championship (PDC Major)

  • Defending champion: Peter Wright
  • Tournament Results: Westfalenhalle, Dortmund, October 24-27
  • Winner:

Players Championship 29 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Morningside Arena, Leicester, October 30
  • Winner:

Players Championship 30 (ProTour)

  • Tournament Venue & Date: Morningside Arena, Leicester, October 31
  • Winner:

Grand Slam of Darts (PDC Major)

  • Defending champion: Luke Humphries
  • Tournament Results: November 9-17, Aldersley Leisure Village, Wolverhampton
  • Winner:

Players Championship Finals (PDC Major)

  • Defending champion: Luke Humphries
  • Tournament Results: November 222-24, Butlin’s Minehead Resort
  • Winner:

PDC World Championship 2025

  • Defending champion: Luke Humphries
  • Tournament Dates: Alexandra Palace, Dates TBC

Where to watch the darts

Every dart thrown in the PDC throughout 2024 can be followed in multiple ways. Darts live scores, online streaming of darts, or watch the darts on television every event can be followed by one or all.

Where can I find the darts scores?

Live dart scores can be found throughout the season with the PDC pro tour and PDC Women’s Series scores live on Dart Connect.

The PDC Euro tour, PDC World Series, and PDC Major tournaments can all be followed through the PDC live scoring on their website.

Where can I watch the darts?

All of the PDC Euro tour events, the PDC World series events, and PDC major events can be watched live as well as featured boards from the Pro Tour and Women’s Series.

The Euro tour and the featured boards for the pro tour and women’s series can all be seen on PDC TV, with the Euro tour also available on live TV in some countries. All of the world series events are broadcast live on television in a number of countries including on ITV in the UK and Viaplay in Europe.

PDC Major events are all broadcast live through the vast array of television partners the PDC has around the globe.

Hopefully this information helps you when asking where can I watch Luke Littler play darts next, or any other favorite player you may have for that matter.

Note:

Any changes to the PDC tournament schedule and results 2024 will be added to this article when they happen so check back regularly. Images courtesy of PDC unless otherwise noted