PDC Tournament Calendar 2021
The full 2021 PDC tournament calendar will be confirmed in due course.
The 2021 PDC Darts season will kick off with The Ladbrokes Masters in late January as the world’s top 24 players battle it out for the first available silverware of the campaign.
The 2021 PDC Qualifying Schools have been moved to February in Milton Keynes and Niedernhausen.
More than 650 players will head to PDC Qualifying School as they bid to win one of 29 coveted Tour Cards to complete on the professional circuit in 2021 and 2022.
A three-day Stage One of PDC Qualifying School allows any player aged 16 or above to compete for a place in Final Stage, which will be limited to sufficient players to produce a full round of a maximum of 128 players per venue.
The First Stage will be split across two blocks of three days, with Stage 1a being held from February 8-10 and Stage 1b from February 11-13.
The Final Stage will then take place from February 14-17 – where 128 players will battle it out for the 29 available Tour Cards.
The focus of the PDC Tournament Calendar 2021 then switches to the Players Championship campaign, which will commence with the first of three Super Series.
Super Series will take place from February 25-28 in the Premier Suite at the Bolton Whites Hotel, former home of the UK Open.
Super Series 2 is scheduled to be held from March 16-19 at the Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes, while Super Series 3 is to be staged from April 24-27 in Niedernhausen, Germany.
The 2021 UK Open will take place behind closed doors in Milton Keynes from March 5-7.
The start of the 2021 Premier League Darts season has been pushed back until April at the earliest, with specific dates and venues still to be confirmed.
The US Darts Masters is due to head to Madison Square Garden in New York in early June, ahead of the Nordic Darts Masters in Copenhagen the following week.
The World Matchplay is scheduled to return to the iconic Winter Gardens in Blackpool from July 17-25.
August is set to host a trio of World Series events in New South Wales, Queensland and New Zealand.