Ahead of the new PDC season, we take a look at the 128 PDC Tour Card holders who will be playing on the tour from this year onwards.

This is lead in the Top 64 by Michael van Gerwen and Peter Wright in the form of the world number one and number two. Matthew Edgar, Toni Alcinas and Simon Stevenson round out the top 64. This is due to Corey Cadby and Raymond van Barneveld deciding against playing on the circuit from this season onwards.

The likes of Harry Ward, Ted Evetts and Mark McGeeney will have the pressure of heading into the final year of their Tour Card cycle. Then we will get Callan Rydz, Jesus Noguera, Ryan Meikle and Ciaran Teehan involved from the Challenge Tour and Development Tour who won their Tour Cards through there. This is followed by this years Tour Card holders with more Dutchman being added to the list from the European Q-School.

As well as another Austrian in Harald Leitinger, a Croatian in Boris Krcmar, another Polish player in Krzysztof Kciuk and a Swede in Daniel Larsson. As well as a return of a Hong Kong player to the tour in the form of Kai Fan Leung. Overall there are 60 English Tour Card holders including the returns of the likes of Andy Hamilton and Steve Brown

There are 19 Dutchman following next; as well as 6 Scotsman and 6 Welshman. This shows that in the case of the Dutchman, despite Raymond van Barneveld retiring there are still more players returning or coming through in the case of Dirk van Duijvenbode and Wesley Harms among others.

PDC Tour Card Holders 2020

Top 64:

Michael van Gerwen, Peter Wright, Gerwyn Price, Rob Cross, Michael Smith, Gary Anderson, Daryl Gurney, Nathan Aspinall, James Wade, Dave Chisnall, Ian White, Mensur Suljovic, Adrian Lewis, Simon Whitlock, Joe Cullen, Jonny Clayton, Stephen Bunting, Krzysztof Ratajski, Chris Dobey, Jeffrey de Zwaan, Mervyn King, Glen Durrant, Jermaine Wattimena, Max Hopp, Steve Beaton, Darren Webster, Danny Noppert, Ricky Evans, Dimitri Van den Bergh, Keegan Brown, John Henderson, Steve West, Vincent van der Voort, Brendan Dolan, Luke Humphries, Kim Huybrechts, William O’Connor, James Wilson, Gabriel Clemens, Steve Lennon, Kyle Anderson, Ryan Joyce, Josh Payne, Ryan Searle, Cristo Reyes, Ron Meulenkamp, Jamie Hughes, Ross Smith, Jelle Klaasen, Martin Schindler, Darius Labanauskas, Richard North, Benito van de Pas, Justin Pipe, Jan Dekker, Jamie Lewis, Mickey Mansell, Luke Woodhouse, Devon Petersen, Robert Thornton, Jose de Sousa, Matthew Edgar, Toni Alcinas, Simon Stevenson

2019/20 Tour Card Holders:

Harry Ward, Ted Evetts, Mark McGeeney, Andy Boulton, Madars Razma, Rowby-John Rodriguez, Geert Nentjes, Scott Baker, Gavin Carlin, Marko Kantele, Joe Murnan, Conan Whitehead, Kirk Shepherd, Reece Robinson, Matt Clark, Christian Bunse, Adrian Gray, David Pallett, Yordi Meeuwisse, Carl Wilkinson, Vincent van der Meer, Maik Kuivenhoven, Niels Zonneveld, John Michael, Nathan Derry, Barrie Bates, Jonathan Worsley, Mike van Duivenbode, Michael Barnard

Tour Card Winners from 2019 PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour:

Callan Rydz, Jesus Noguera

Tour Card Winners from 2019 PDC Unicorn Development Tour:

Ryan Meikle, Ciaran Teehan

2020/21 Tour Card Holders:

Jason Lowe, Gary Blades, Kai Fan Leung, Bradley Brooks, Jeff Smith, Aaron Beeney, Nick Kenny, Scott Waites, Adam Hunt, Ryan Murray, Peter Jacques, Damon Heta, Andy Hamilton, Alan Tabern, Wayne Jones, William Borland, Martin Atkins, Steve Brown, Darren Penhall, Lisa Ashton, Harald Leitinger, Mike de Decker, Karel Sedlacek, Steffen Siepmann, Dirk van Duijvenbode, Wesley Harms, Derk Telnekes, Martijn Kleermaker, Daniel Larsson, Boris Krcmar, Krzysztof Kciuk

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Author: Samuel Gill