PDC World Cup

In 2010, the PDC for the first time in its existence organizes a big tournament for nations teams. The World Cup Darts is held in Hougton-le-Spring, England. In 2011 there is no room left on the calendar for the World Cup, but from 2012 the tournament returns annually and is played in Germany. Both Hamburg and Frankfurt were the host several times. In 2020 the tournament is moved to Salzburg in Austria due to the Corona virus.

In the first three editions 24 countries participate, all represented by their top two players. From 2014, 32 countries battle for the title. The Netherlands team of Raymond van Barneveld and Co Stompé win the first ever PDC World Cup of Darts. In total The Netherlands have won it four times. The other three titles are won by Raymond van Barneveld & Michael van Gerwen in 2014, 2017 and 2018. England also win this World Cup four times. In 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2016 win with the Stoke-on-Trent pair of Phil Taylor and Adrian Lewis 

In 2019 Scotland’s Peter Wright and Gary Anderson claim the title and one year later it’s the Welsh Duo of Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton who win the gold.

In the 10-year history of the PDC World Cup no player has hit a nine-dart leg so far.

Upcoming season (2021)

Tournament starts in

Champion

Wales
Photographer: MasterCaller.com
2019 PDC World Cup
Wales Wales

List of finals

Year Winner Result Runner-Up
2020
Wales Wales
3
3 - 0
England England
0
2019
Scotland Scotland
3
3 - 1
Ireland Republic Ireland Republic
1
2018
Netherlands Netherlands
3
3 - 1
Scotland Scotland
1
2017
Netherlands Netherlands
3
3 - 1
Wales Wales
1
2016
England England
3
3 - 2
Netherlands Netherlands
2
2015
England England
3
3 - 2
Scotland Scotland
2
2014
Netherlands Netherlands
3
3 - 0
England England
0
2013
England England
3
3 - 1
Belgium Belgium
1
2012
England England
4
4 - 3
Australia Australia
3
2010
Netherlands Netherlands
4
4 - 2
Wales Wales
2