Sylt Open was played 16/03/2019 in Sylt, Germany with 175 men, 35 women, 38 boys and 6 girls. Sylt Classic was played 17/03/2019 in Sylt, Germany with 134 men, 31 women, 31 boys and 7 girls. WDF Tables updated with these results 02/04/2019.
Bull’s German Open was played 14/04/2018 in Kalkar, Germany with 704 men, 128 women, 104 boys and 20 girls. Bull’s Masters was played 15/04/2018 in Kalkar, Germany with 504 men and 112 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 18/04/2018
The third edition of the 4 Nations Tournament was played last weekend. Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and The Netherlands competed for the overall titles on Saturday and for the individual prizes on Sunday.
4 Nations Tournament Live! The third edition of the 4 Nations Tournament is starting tomorrow! On the 7th and 8th of April, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands will compete against each other.
WDF Tables updated with these results 11/04/2017. Click pictures to view better. Read more also from Tournament website http://www.bulls-germanopen.de/ Bull’s German Open was played 08/04/2017 in Bochum, Germany with 832 men, 128 women, 144 boys and 24 girls. Bull’s Darts Masters was played 09/04/2017 in Bochum, Germany with 568 men
Dear Dartfriends, We have important news concerning the BULL’S German Open 2017, held from 07.-09. in Bochum. Because of a new fire protection concept – to be respected from the official side – the old venue the “Sporthalle Harpener Heide”, is not longer suitable. It is not longer allowed to
Dinslaken Open was played 21/01/2017 in Trabrennbahn, Germany with 131 men, 44 women, 40 boys and 10 girls. WDF Tables updated with these results 29/01/2017.
On Saturday 16/04/2016 was played BULL’S German Open with 884 men, 144 women, 144 boys and 24 girls. On Sunday 17/04/2016 was played BULL’S Darts Masters with 596 men and 128 women. Pictures of BULL’S German Open 2016 finalists Men’s singles winner Danny Noppert (L) and runner up Darius Labanauskas
Four Nations Cup is taking place in Kirchheim, Germany on 9 and 10 April 2016. Participating countries are: Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Live streaming starts on Saturday 09/04/2016 at 13:30 (CET +2 hours) and Sunday 10/04/2016 at 09:30 (CET +2 hours), embedded links to live stream.
Kirchheim Open played 30/01/2016 218 men and 48 women and Kirchheim Classic played 31/01/2016 194 men and 44 women. Winners were in strong form and Daniel Zygla, Irina Armstrong and Christina Schuler claimed both titles. Boy’s winners Nico Ziemann Germany won Kirchheim Open (no picture) and Nico Schlund won Kirchheim