How to stream darts live on ITV
ITV4 provides free streams of The Masters, UK Open, European Championship, Players Championship Finals, the World Series of Darts, and the World Series of Darts Finals. For more information, check the schedule on the official PDC website.
- Get ExpressVPN.
- Connect to a server location in the UK.
- Sign up at ITV. You may need to supply a valid UK postal code (e.g., “WC1X 0AA”).
- Start watching for free!
How to stream Darts on Sky Sports
The PDC’s relationship with Sky Sports in the UK includes broadcasts for the World Darts Championship, Premier League, World Cup of Darts, World Matchplay, World Grand Prix and the Grand Slam of Darts. Check the official PDC and Sky Sports schedules for more information. However, you’ll need specialized equipment to watch the TV broadcasts. You will also need to provide a valid postal code and a UK/Ireland credit or debit card.
If you already have a Sky subscription, you can stream its content online via Sky Go. With a VPN, you can watch Sky Go even when you’re traveling abroad. Check the official Sky Sports schedule to know when to tune in.
Catch highlights and players interviews on the official PDC YouTube channel
Catch up with the latest Darts scenes from events on the official PDC Youtube channel:
- Get ExpressVPN.
- Connect to a server location where Youtube is available.
- Head to the official PDC Youtube channel.
- Have fun!
2020 Darts event calendar
Here’s the 2020 calendar for major Darts events. Check the official PDC calendar for times. Dates listed here may be subject to change.
|October 29—November 1, 2020||Unibet European Championship||Westfalenhalle, Dortmund|
|November 27—29, 2020||Ladbrokes Players Championship Finals||Butlin’s Minehead Resort, Minehead|
|November 29, 2020||Unicorn World Youth Championship Final||Butlin’s Minehead Resort, Minehead|
|December, 2020—January, 2021||PDC World Darts Championship||TBC|
Darts tournaments and rankings
The PDC developed and holds several championship competitions, including the annual PDC World Darts Championship, the World Matchplay, World Grand Prix, UK Open, Premier League, and Grand Slam. It also runs its own world rankings based on players’ performances. The main PDC Order of Merit is based on prize money won over a two-year period by players in ranking tournaments. The top 10 players in this year’s Order of Merit are:
- Michael van Gerwen
- Peter Wright
- Gerwyn Price
- Rob Cross
- Michael Smith
- Daryl Gurney
- Nathan Aspinall
- James Wade
- Gary Anderson
- Ian White