PDC Darts Calendar 2018

DateEventVenueWinner
January 18-21Qualifying SchoolWiganVarious
January 26-28Unibet MastersArena MK, Milton KeynesMichael van Gerwen
February 1Unibet Premier League Week 1Dublin-
February 2UK Open Qualifier 1WiganMichael van Gerwen
February 3UK Open Qualifier 2Wigan Michael van Gerwen
February 4UK Open Qualifier 3WiganMichael Smith
February 8Premier League Week 2Cardiff-
February 9UK Open Qualifier 4WiganGary Anderson
February 10UK Open Qualifier 5WiganCorey Cadby
February 11UK Open Qualifier 6Wigan Krzysztof Ratajski
February 15Premier League Week 3Newcastle-
February 16Euro Tour Qual 1 & 2Barnsley-
February 17Players Championship 1BarnsleyMichael van Gerwen
February 18Players Championship 2BarnsleyMichael van Gerwen
February 22Premier League Week 4Berlin-
March 1Premier League Week 5Exeter-
March 2-4Coral UK OpenButlins MineheadGary Anderson
March 8Premier League Week 6Leeds-
March 9Euro Tour Quals 3 & 4Barnsley-
March 10Players Championship 3BarnsleyGary Anderson
March 11Players Championship 4BarnsleyGary Anderson
March 15Premier League Week 7Nottingham-
March 17Players Championship 5Milton KeynesMichael van Gerwen
March 18Players Championship 6Milton KeynesIan White
March 22Premier League Week 8Glasgow-
March 23-25European OpenLeverkusenMichael van Gerwen
March 29Premier League Week 9Belfast-
March 31 to April 2German Grand PrixMunichMichael van Gerwen
April 5Premier League Week 10Liverpool-
April 6Euro Tour Quals 5 & 6Barnsley-
April 7Players Championship 7BarnsleyMichael Smith
April 8Players Championship 8BarnsleyMickey Mansell
April 12Premier League Week 11Sheffield-
April 13-15German Darts OpenSaarbruckenMax Hopp
April 18Premier League Night 12Rotterdam-
April 19Premier League Week 13Rotterdam-
April 20-22Austrian Darts OpenPremstättenJonny Clayton
April 26Premier League Week 14Manchester-
April 28Players Championship 9WiganMichael van Gerwen
April 29Players Championship 10WiganJeffrey de Zwaan
May 3Premier League Week 15Birmingham-
May 4-6European Grand PrixSindelfingenMichael van Gerwen
May 10Premier League Week 16Aberdeen-
May 11-13Dutch Darts MastersZwolleMichael van Gerwen
May 17Unibet Premier League FinalsThe O2, LondonMichael van Gerwen
May 18Euro Tour Quals 7 & 8Milton Keynes-
May 19Players Championship 11Milton KeynesGary Anderson
May 20Players Championship 12Milton KeynesJosh Payne
May 25German Darts MastersGlelsenkirchenMensur Suljovic
May 31 to June 3Betway World Cup of DartsFrankfurtNetherlands
June 8-10Gibraltar TriophyGibraltarMichael van Gerwen
June 15Euro Tour Quals 9 & 10Wigan-
June 16Players Championship 13WiganRob Cross
June 17Players Championship 14WiganPeter Wright
June 22-24Danish OpenCopenhagenMensur Suljovic
June 26Players Championship 15BarnsleyMervyn King
June 27Players Championship 16BarnsleyIan White
June 29 to July 1European MatchplayHamburgMichael van Gerwen
July 5North American ChampionshipMandalay Bay, Las VegasJeff Smith
July 6-7US MastersMandalay Bay, Las VegasGary Anderson
July 13-14Shanghai MastersPullan Hotel, ShanghaiMichael Smith
July 21-29BetVictor World MatchplayWinter Gardens, BlackpoolGary Anderson
August 3-5Auckland MastersTrusts Arena, AucklandMichael van Gerwen
August 10-12Melbourne MastersHisense Arena, MelbournePeter Wright
August 17-19Brisbane MastersBrisbane Convention Centre
August 31 to Sept 2German ChampionshipHildesheim
September 3Euro Tour Quals 11 & 12Barnsley
September 4Players Championship 17Barnsley
September 5Players Championship 18Barnsley
September 7-9Dutch ChampionshipMaastricht
September 14-16International OpenRiesa
September 22-23Champions League of DartsBrighton
September 27Euro Tour Qual 13Dublin
September 28Players Championship 19Dublin
September 29Players Championship 20Dublin
Sept 30 to Oct 6Unibet World Grand PrixCitywest Hotel, Dublin
October 12-14European TrophyGottingen
October 19World Series Finals QualsBarnsley
October 20Players Championship 21Barnsley
October 21Players Championship 22Barnsley
October 25-28Unibet European ChampionshipDortmund
November 2-4World Series of Darts FinalsVienna
November 5Grand Slam & World Youth QualsWigan
November 10-18Bwin Grand Slam of DartsWolverhampton
November 23-25Players Championship FinalsButlins Minehead
November 25World Youth Championship finalButlins Minehead
November 26World Championship PDPA QualMilton Keynes
Dec 13 to Jan 1William Hill World ChampionshipAlexandra Palace, London

Expansion of PDC Darts in 2018

The PDC is to continue its continental growth in 2018 with the introduction of a Premier League night in Germany, a European Qualifying School and a European Tour event in Copenhagen.

Another ground-breaking year of darts will see the sport's expansion at a professional level continue, particularly with further growth across Europe.

The 2018 Premier League will see the sport's widest-reaching event break new ground with the visit to Berlin's Mercedes-Benz Arena on Thursday February 22 as the tournament visits Germany for the first time.
 
The Premier League will also return to Rotterdam Ahoy for a third successive year, following the sell-out success of the event in the Netherlands in 2016 and 2017, as well as arenas across the UK and Ireland from February to May.

European Tour Darts in 2018

The sport's Dutch popularity sees a second European Tour event being held in the Netherlands, with Zwolle joining Maastricht in staging a tournament next year.
 
The European Tour will also expand to 13 tournaments, with a new competition being staged in Copenhagen as Denmark hosts a PDC ranking event for the first time.
 
Eight European Tour events will be held in Germany, with further tournaments being staged in Austria and Gibraltar during the year.
 
The exciting expansion of darts throughout Europe will also see a European Qualifying School staged in Hildesheim, Germany simultaneously with the UK Qualifying School in Wigan from January 18-21.

Televised Darts Tournaments in 2018

Following Qualifying School and the PDC's Annual Awards Dinner at The Dorchester in London on Monday January 22, The Masters will see the world's top 16 players competing from January 26-28 at Arena MK in Milton Keynes.

The Premier League will begin on February 1 in Dublin, with the six UK Open Qualifiers and opening two Players Championship events also being held in February.
 
March's UK Open Finals at the Butlins Minehead Resort will be followed by two Players Championship weekends and the year's first two European Tour events, in Leverkusen and Munich, during a bumper month for players.
 
April also features two Players Championship double-headers either side of a brace of European Tour events in Saarbrucken and Graz, with May seeing the European Tour events in Sindelfingen and Zwolle followed by another ProTour weekend.
 
The 2018 World Cup of Darts will take place from May 31-June 3 in Frankfurt ahead of European Tour events in Gibraltar, Copenhagen and Hamburg during a busy month, with the summer's popular World Matchplay then being held from July 21-29 at Blackpool's Winter Gardens.
 
The autumn's series of televised events will begin with the third staging of the Champions League of Darts on September 21-22 before Dublin stages the World Grand Prix from September 30-October 6.
 
The European Championship moves to Dortmund from October 25-28, with the World Series of Darts Finals from November 2-4 and Grand Slam of Darts from November 10-18 in Wolverhampton ahead of the Players Championship Finals from November 23-25 at the Butlins Minehead Resort.
 
The World Youth Championship final will also be held in Minehead on November 25, ahead of the sport's biggest tournament, the World Championship, beginning in December.

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