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World Cup of Darts FAQs
Where can I watch World Cup of Darts Live Streaming?
Check our live streaming calendar to see where to watch World Cup of Darts live streaming.
Where is the 2020 World Cup of Darts being played?
The World Cup of Darts is being played at the Salzburgarena in Salzburg, Austria.
When is the 2020 World Cup of Darts being played?
The 2020 World Cup of Darts is being played from 6-8 November 2020.
Who won the 2019 World Cup of Darts?
Scotland won the 2019 World Cup of Darts after beating Republic of Ireland 3-1 in the final.
Who has won the most World Cup of Darts titles?
Netherlands and England have both won 4 World Cup of Darts titles.
How many teams are competing in the 2020 World Cup of Darts?
There are 32 teams competing in the 2020 World Cup of Darts.
What players are competing in the 2020 World Cup of Darts?
Many of the top players in darts are competing in the 2020 World Cup of Darts including Michael Smith, Rob Cross, Gerwyn Price, Jonny Clayton, Michael van Gerwen, Danny Noppert and Daryl Gurney.
What is the 2020 World Cup of Darts Prize Money?
The 2020 World Cup of Darts prize money is £350,000 with the winning team collecting £70,000.
World Cup of Darts Live Streaming
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World Cup of Darts Betting Odds
PDC World Cup of Darts Prize Money
|Last 16 (Second round)||£8,000|
|Last 24 (First round)||£4,000|
PDC World Cup of Darts Format
- First round - Best of 9 legs
- Second round - Two Best of 7 legs singles matches
- Quarter-finals - Two Best of 7 legs singles matches
- Semi-finals - Two Best of 7 legs singles matches
- Final - Three points are required to win the title. Two best of seven legs singles matches are played, followed by a best of seven doubles match.
PDC World Cup of Darts Schedule
|First round||Friday 6 November||12pm GMT|
|Second round||Saturday 7 November||12pm GMT|
|Quarter-finals||Sunday 8 November||12pm GMT|
|Semi-finals||Sunday 8 November||6pm GMT|
|Final||Sunday 8 November||6pm GMT|
World Cup of Darts Draw
Check the 2020 World Cup of Darts draw to see each teams' route to the final. This is a great way to find value on the outright betting markets such as World Cup of Darts Winner, Winning Half and Winning Quarter.
2020 World Cup of Darts First Round Draw
- Lithuania vs Gibraltar
- Portugal vs Hungary
- New Zealand vs Denmark
- Northern Ireland vs Canada
- Belgium vs Czech Republic
- Austria vs USA
- England vs Philippines
- Italy vs Spain
- Sweden vs Greece
- Japan vs Scotland
- Poland vs South Africa
- Republic of Ireland vs Australia
- Wales vs Russia
- Germany vs Finland
- Netherlands vs Brazil
- Hong Kong vs China
PDC World Cup of Darts Results
PDC World Cup of Darts Champions & Runners-up
|Year||Winners||Score||Runners-Up||Prize money||Winners Share|
PDC World Cup of Darts Qualification
PDC World Cup of Darts Teams & Players
|Australia||Simon Whitlock and Damon Heta|
|Austria||Mensur Suljović and Rowby-John Rodriguez|
|Belgium||Dimitri Van den Bergh and Kim Huybrechts|
|Brazil||Diogo Portela and Bruno Rangel|
|Canada||Jeff Smith and Matt Campbell|
|China||Zizhao Zheng and Di Zhuang|
|Czech Republic||Karel Sedláček and Adam Gawlas|
|Denmark||Niels Heinsøe and Per Laursen|
|England||Michael Smith and Rob Cross|
|Finland||Marko Kantele and Veijo Viinikka|
|Germany||Max Hopp and Gabriel Clemens|
|Gibraltar||Craig Galliano and Justin Hewitt|
|Greece||John Michael and Veniamin Symeonidis|
|Hong Kong||Kai Fan Leung and Royden Lam|
|Hungary||Patrik Kovács and János Végső|
|Ireland||William O'Connor and Steve Lennon|
|Italy||Andrea Micheletti and Daniele Petri|
|Japan||Seigo Asada and Yuki Yamada|
|Lithuania||Darius Labanauskas and Mindaugas Barauskas|
|Netherlands||Michael van Gerwen and Danny Noppert|
|New Zealand||Cody Harris and Haupai Puha|
|Northern Ireland||Daryl Gurney and Brendan Dolan|
|Philippines||Lourence Ilagan and Noel Malicdem|
|Poland||Krzysztof Ratajski and Krzysztof Kciuk|
|Portugal||José de Sousa and José Marques|
|Russia||Boris Koltsov and Aleksei Kadochnikov|
|Scotland||John Henderson and Robert Thornton|
|South Africa||Devon Petersen and Carl Gabriel|
|Spain||Toni Alcinas and Jesús Noguera|
|Sweden||Daniel Larsson and Dennis Nilsson|
|United States||Chuck Puleo and Danny Lauby Jr.|
|Wales||Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton|
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