The 48th edition of Dutch Open Darts is set to begin on Friday 31st January with the largest open darts tournament in the world being played in Assen.

On Friday, the pairs tournaments begin proceedings with both being finished up to and including the semi-final. Both finals will be on the schedule on Sunday.

The singles tournaments will all begin on Saturday with the paradarters being finished in its entirety. The ladies will play until the final while the men will play until the Last 64.

The youth tournaments starts on Sunday morning and the men’s tournament will also be resumed. The program starts with the stage matches at the start of the afternoon, following that all finals will be played with the semi-finals in the men’s inbetween.

Click here for the prize fund and points breakdown for the WDF points at this tournament.

Game schedule during Dutch Open Darts 2020

Friday January 31

8.30 Doors open
10.00 Paradarts players report at ‘Paradarts Playing Area’ untill 11.00 am.
10.30 Start pairs tournament Men up to and including the Semi finals.
10.30 Start pairs tournament Women up to and including the Semi finals.
(Pairs finals will be played on Sunday on stage.)
12.00 Start WDDA World Championship, including final.

Saturday 1 February

08:30 hours Doors open
10:00 hours Men’s Singles Tournament up to and including the last 128
10:00 hours Ladies Singles Tournament up to and including semi-finals
10:30 hours Paradarters Singles Tournament, including the final.

Sunday, February 2

8.30 Doors open
10.00 Start singles tournament Youth
10.30 Start singles tournament Men Last 64.
12.00 Room stage program open
12.30 Stage program: All finals (excluding paradartsfinal)

Stage program

Pairs final Women
Pairs final Men
Semi final Woman
Semi final Men
Final Girls
Final Boys (under 14 years old)
Final Boys (14 up to and including 17 years old)
Final Women
Final Men


Author: Samuel Gill