With the travel restrictions and health risks associated with the Covid-19 global pandemic set to continue, the World Darts Federation will be placing all WDF ranking events on hold for a further 3 months.
Following the Government’s recent announcement, the WDO Welsh Open weekend which was scheduled to be held at Pontins Prestatyn from 6th to 10th May 2021 has now been postponed.
It is with great sadness that we note the passing of England National Darts Honorary President Sam Hawkins last week.
The WDF is the umbrella organisation for membership, tournaments, rules and regulations for darts being played around the world. There is no desire to dictate to individuals or groups associated with the sport as it is our intention to guide, facilitate and provide a ranking system based on participation in
The World Darts Federation is pleased to confirm the addition of the British Open to the list of ‘Gold’ graded WDF ranked events for 2021. Jointly promoted by the England Darts Organisation, Scottish Darts Association and Welsh Darts Organisation, the event will take place at the Spa in Bridlington on
The Dutch Open Darts, the largest open darts tournament in the world, which was scheduled to take place on February 5, 6 and 7 in 2021 has been postponed and been rescheduled for 3, 4 and 5 September due to the ongoing issues surrounding the corona crisis.
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Romanian Darts Festival 2021 To all the friends, supporters, sponsors, (past and future) darts players, media acolytes as well as world darts organizations, fans of the Romanian Darts Festival. After careful assessment of the peculiar and difficult pandemic situation as well as restrictions (related to travel and events, for instance),
2020 began with the launch of a new World Darts Federation rankings system, before mid-March saw the Covid-19 global pandemic bring the sport of darts to a halt. Play may have stopped, but the hard work continues in collaboration with our member nations to finalise a definitive WDF rankings structure for 2021.
On behalf of the World Darts Federation, we hope that players, officials and supporters are staying safe and keeping well during this time. We began 2020 full of optimism and by making our intentions clear. Our aim was to revamp the world ranking system and to implement the running of