World Grand Prix Darts Winners List - Champions, Runners-up & Final Scores
- Full list of the World Grand Prix Darts champions
- Michael Van Gerwen has won most titles in the event
- Full history of the unique Double In, Double Out format
Michael van Gerwen (Getty Images)
The World Grand Prix Darts was first staged in 1998 and has rich history of winners.
Michael van Gerwen is the most successful player in World Grand Prix Darts history have won the event five times.
World Grand Prix Darts Winners & Results
|2020||Gerwyn Price (88.19)||5–2||Dirk van Duijvenbode (87.07)|
|2019||Michael van Gerwen (94.74)||5–2||Dave Chisnall (93.32)|
|2018||Michael van Gerwen (88.85)||5–2||Peter Wright (91.61)|
|2017||Daryl Gurney (88.50)||5–4||Simon Whitlock (83.53)|
|2016||Michael van Gerwen (100.29)||5–2||Gary Anderson (92.73)|
|2015||Robert Thornton (90.79)||5–4||Michael van Gerwen (96.79)|
|2014||Michael van Gerwen (90.81)||5–3||James Wade (89.26)|
|2013||Phil Taylor (97.67)||6–0||Dave Chisnall (81.29)|
|2012||Michael van Gerwen (87.53)||6–4||Mervyn King (81.96)|
|2011||Phil Taylor (90.29)||6–3||Brendan Dolan (84.68)|
|2010||James Wade (88.92)||6–3||Adrian Lewis (89.33)|
|2009||Phil Taylor (97.07)||6–3||Raymond van Barneveld (86.62)|
|2008||Phil Taylor (97.81)||6–2||Raymond van Barneveld (90.42)|
|2007||James Wade (86.03)||6–3||Terry Jenkins (84.58)|
|2006||Phil Taylor (88.24)||7–4||Terry Jenkins (82.51)|
|2005||Phil Taylor (90.74)||7–1||Colin Lloyd (82.05)|
|2004||Colin Lloyd (85.29)||7–3||Alan Warriner (77.91)|
|2003||Phil Taylor (94.80)||7–2||John Part (83.25)|
|2002||Phil Taylor (100.17)||7–3||John Part (88.62)|
|2001||Alan Warriner (83.52)||8–2||Roland Scholten (81.84)|
|2000||Phil Taylor (91.32)||6–1||Shayne Burgess (81.48)|
|1999||Phil Taylor (92.59)||6–1||Shayne Burgess (81.26)|
|1998||Phil Taylor (94.61)||13–8||Rod Harrington (86.64)|
World Grand Prix Darts History
The World Grand Prix Darts began in 1998. The first two events – 1998 & 1999 – took place in Rochester, Kent before moving to the Crosbie Cedars Hotel in Rosslare for one year in 2000.
The 2001 edition saw another venue change as it moved to Dublin’s Citywest arena. It remained there until 2009 when it moved to the Reception Hall at the Citywest Hotel and Convention Centre.
In 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tournament was moved to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry where it was played behind closed doors.
This year, the World Grand Prix Darts is on the move again with the 2021 edition staged at Morningside Arena in Leicester.
The World Grand Prix Darts have had a number of sponsors. Bookmaker PaddyPower sponsored it from 2001 to 2003 before Sky Bet took over in 2004. Sky Poker took over for 2008.
Online bookmaker Bodog became the title sponsor in 2010 before PartyPoker.com took over in 2011. In 2016, Unibet came on board with BoyleSports becoming the headline sponsor in 2019.