The PDC World Cup of Darts is unique pairs tournament featuring 32 nations vying for glory over four days of action.

Currently, the World Cup is the only televised pairs tournament in the PDC calendar, with the top two players from each invited nation taking their place in the team.

The event has been dominated by England and Netherlands since it was introduced in 2010, with Phil Taylor and Adrian Lewis having claimed the crown on four occasions to Holland's two.

The format varies, with early round matches contested over one pairs match, while the latter stages feature a combination of both doubles and singles ties, with points on offer for each match won.

World Cup of Darts roll of honour

YearFinal ResultVenue
2010Netherlands 4-2 WalesRainton Meadows Arena, Sunderland
2012England 4-3 Australia
Alsterdorfer Sporthalle, Hamburg
2013England 3-1 BelgiumAlsterdorfer Sporthalle, Hamburg
2014Netherlands 3-0 EnglandAlsterdorfer Sporthalle, Hamburg
2015England 3-2 Scotland
Eissporthalle, Frankfurt
2016England 3-2 NetherlandsEissporthalle, Frankfurt
2017Netherlands 3-1 WalesEissporthalle, Frankfurt
2018Netherlands 3-1 ScotlandEissporthalle, Frankfurt
2019TBCBarclaycard Arena, Hamburg

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