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PDC 2022 Calendar: Dates and venues for all professional darts tournaments of the  year

 

PDC 2022 Calendar: Dates and venues for all professional darts tournaments of the year

If you are reading this article, it is probably because you are a darts enthusiast, and you are looking forward to the competitions returning to their normal rhythm. Don't hesitate to bet online to experience your sport even more intensely! Even if you are on the American continent, don't hesitate to follow the news of European championships, which are rich in spectacle thanks to the very high level of the competitors.

The 2022 PDC calendar sees a return to a full schedule of European Tour events and the expanded Women's Series, as well as the Women's World Matchplay.

After disrupted campaigns in 2020 and 2021, the European Tour will offer 13 events across the continent in 2022, including the first visits to Wieze in Belgium and Trier in Germany. The World Cup of Darts will take place in Frankfurt from June 16-19, while the World Grand Prix will return to its traditional home at the Citywest Convention Centre in Dublin from October 2-8.

 

Detailed Calendar

April :

  • Players' Championship 9-11, 1-3 April, Barnsley
  • Players Championship 12-13, April 9-10, Barnsley
  • German Darts Grand Prix (ET3), April 16-18, Munich
  • Players' Championship 14-15, April 9-10, Wigan
  • Austrian Open Darts (ET4), April 29-May 1, Graz
  • Women's Series 5-6, April 30, Wigan

May :

  • Women's Series 7-8, May 1, Wigan
  • European Darts Open (ET5), May 6-8, Leverkusen
  • Czech Open Darts (ET6), May 13-15, Prague
  • European Darts Grand Prix (ET7), May 20-22, Sindelfingen
  • Dutch Darts Masters (ET8), May 27-29, Zwolle

June :

  • Players Championship 16-17, 13-14 June, Niedernhausen
  • Darts World Cup, June 16-19, Frankfurt
  • Women's Series 9-12, June 25-26, Barnsley

July :

  • European Darts Matchplay (ET9), July 1-3, Arena Trier
  • Players Championship 18-21, July 8-11, Barnsley
  • World Matchplay, July 16-24, Blackpool
  • Women's World Matchplay, July 24, Blackpool

August :

  • Players Championship 22-24, 3-5 August, Barnsley
  • Queensland Darts Masters, August 12-13, Townsville Entertainment & Convention Centre
  • New South Wales Darts Masters, August 19-20, Wollongong
  • New Zealand Darts Masters, August 26-27, Hamilton
  • Women's Series 13-16, August 27-28, Hildesheim

September:

  • Hungarian Dart Trophy (ET10), September 2-4, Budapest
  • German Open Darts (ET11), September 9-11, Jena
  • World Series of Darts Finals, September 16-19, Amsterdam
  • Belgian Darts Open (ET12), 23-25 September, Wieze
  • Players Championship 25-26, 30 September-1 October, Dublin

October :

  • World Grand Prix, October 2-8, Dublin
  • Gibraltar Darts Trophy (ET13), October 14-16, Gibraltar
  • Players Championship, October 27-28, 22-23, Barnsley
  • European Championship, October 27-30, Dortmund
  • Women's Series 17-20, 29-30 October, Wigan

November :

  • Grand Slam of Darts, to be confirmed

December :

  • PDC World Championship, to be confirmed

 

About the Women's Series

Currently, Fallon Sherrock and Lisa Ashton dominate the women's series. The 20 events organized by the PDC will surely be an opportunity to discover new players and attract young girls to darts.

Players like Locke, Rhian Griffiths, Lorraine Winstanley, Robyn Byrne and Aileen de Graaf, Deta Hedman and Mikuru Suzuki had great performances at the first weekend of the Women's Series. The potential is there, but Lisa and Fallon are undeniably the two most successful players over the past two years. Women have been asking for more visibility in the sport for some time, and the PDC can provide that opportunity. Women like Lisa and Fallon can inspire young girls who watch the tournaments. Darts is a growing sport, it is becoming more popular, and in the next few years, a new generation of players will arrive, and the Woman Series will be no stranger to that. The Woman Series continues on April 30 and May 1 with the Five-Eight events in Wigan, with an additional £20,000 in prize money on offer. In addition, places in the Summer Women's World Matchplay are on offer for the top eight players after 12 events, as well as places for the final two best of the year in the World Darts Championship.

 

 

 

 

 

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