The 2020 PDC Calendar has been released with an exciting year set to take place including over 150 days of live darts.

It all begins with Qualifying School from January 16-19 with events taking place in the UK and Germany as players bid to secure their place on the PDC ProTour.

The Masters will then take place on January 31-February 2 in Milton Keynes once again for the first televised event of the year. Premier League begins on Thursday February 6 in the new P&J Live Arena in Aberdeen as revealed earlier on Monday.

Players Championship events will begin with three double headers during February ahead of the UK Open weekend which includes the customary Premier League night in Exeter. There will be 30 events in all.

European Tour then kicks off in March with events in Sindelfingen and Leverkusen with a first visit to Budapest in Hungary also in May.

Trier in Germany will host a European Tour for the first time; as will Leeuwarden in the Netherlands in September towards the end of the season.

A 12th European Tour event venue will be confirmed soon while Prague and Copenhagen make way for 2020.

Champions League of Darts which will visit the Morningside Arena in Leicester for the first time next month will remain there next year with the World Grand Prix as usual staying at the CityWest in Dublin.

European Championship will return to Dortmund with the Grand Slam remaining in Wolverhampton. As is the Players Championship Finals which act as the pre cursor for the World Championship to end November.

Challenge Tour and Development Tour wise; this will once again see five weekends take place with Wigan, Hildesheim and Milton Keynes like the Players Championship all hosting events in a stacked calendar of darting action.


Author: Samuel Gill