The WDF will continue to host their World Championship at the Lakeside going forward for the next three years with 2023, 2024 and 2025 seeing the iconic venue used with the date for the next edition still set to be confirmed.
As was confirmed on Wednesday, they will not clash with the World Seniors with the tournament not taking place in the first quarter of the year but this now gives the WDF players some stability and knowing what they are playing for with a long-term agreement confirmed.
This after the tournament returned to its spiritual home in 2022 which was won by Neil Duff and Beau Greaves with the former set to play down the road at the Circus Tavern early next year.
No clash with World Seniors as 2023 WDF World Championship confirmed to not run in first quarter of the year
General Secretary Nick Rolls said: "There were many aspects to consider and discuss when looking to agree a longer-term agreement and we were adamant that it had to be right for the WDF and of course for our players. It's been a long road, but an agreement has been reached that it's believed benefits both parties and it's great to know that the WDF and the Lakeside can offer players stability in knowing that the World Championships are secure for the next three years".