Professional Darts Corporation 2020 calendar confirmed

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The 2020 Professional Darts Corporation calendar was verified, using over 150 times of darts to take place in the circuit.
Another intriguing year will start from January 16-19 with Qualifying School, with events.
The Experts sees the 16 return for its televised event following the conclusion of the World Darts Championship on New Year’s Day to action from Milton Keynes from January 31-February two.
The Premier League year begins on Thursday February 6 in the Live stadium in Aberdeen, beginning the tour of the UK, Germany, Netherlands and Ireland.
Will begin with three double-headers through February ahead of their UK Open, that will take place.
The European Tour kicks off in Germany in March with occasions in Sindelfingen and Leverkusen, followed the event in Munich of April.
May sees tournaments in Graz, Austria and the city of Riesaside of the visit to Hungary as Budapest plays host to some tournament from May 8-10.
Adhering to a first event in Trier, Germany in June 26-28, the European Tour will then return to Jena and Hildesheim on the two evenings of July.
Dutch town Leeuwarden will host the Tour for the first time from September 11-13 per fortnight after.
The venue for the European Tour event is going to be supported in due course, after staging European Tour events while Copenhagen and Prague stay future venues.
Prior to the Betfred World Matchplay takes place, Darts’ World Cup will be held from June 18-21 at Hamburg.
Both the Champions League of World and Darts Collection of Darts Finals will move forwards into September in the calendar, ahead of the World Grand Prix in Dublin in October.
The European Championship will return to Dortmund from October together with the Grand Slam of all Darts taking place at Wolverhampton from November 14-22.
The Players Championship Finals at the Butlin’s Minehead Resort occurs in November 27-29, together with the dates for the 2020/2021 World Darts Championship to be confirmed through 2020.
A Players Championship double-header will follows the Tour event in Leeuwarden in September, with Wigan Barnsley, Hildesheim and Dublin continuing to sponsor ProTour occasions throughout 2020.
Both Improvement Tour circuits and the Challenge Tour will again see five weekends occur, each comprising four occasions per weekend.
Four evenings on each tour is going to be held at Wigan, together with Hildesheim also hosting Milton Keynes and the Development Tour hosting on the Challenge Tour.
It’s not very long to wait till darts goes back to Sky Sports, the World Grand Prix gets underway on Sunday, October 6 at Dublin’s Citywest Arena October 12, and seven days of policy continues until the closing on Saturday.

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