WDF Europe Cup Men Overall 1990

The seventh edition of the WDF Europe Cup was held from 8 to 10 November at the Corradino Sports Pavilion in Malta. Seventeen countries took part which was a new record. The big question was of course who could keep the favourite English teams of the WDF Europe Cup titles. Greece is participating in a WDF Europe Cup for the first time.

With the English team of Phil Taylor, Bob Anderson, Eric Bristow and John Lowe winning all events at the WDF Europe Cup in 1990, it also crushingly won its seventh consecutive overall title with 182 points. Phil Taylor became the second player to claim all the gold medals in one year, after John Lowe succeeded in 1986. Wales takes the silver at a distance with 68 points. Sweden comes in third with 49 points. Scotland this time without Jocky Wilson in their team has to settle for fourth place with 46 points. Belgium, together with Denmark, finished fifth with 1 point less than the Scots.

Overall ranking
1 - 182 points England
2 - 68 points Wales
3 - 49 points Sweden
4 - 46 points Scotland
5 - 45 points Belgium/ Denmark
7 - 30 points Ireland Republic
8 - 25 points Norway
9 - 24 points Netherlands
10 - 20 points Switzerland
11 - 19 points Germany
12 - 18 points Malta
13 - 11 points France/ Greece
15 - 10 points Finland/ Italy
17 - 9 points Northern Ireland

Venue: Malta Corradino Sports Pavilion, Paola From: Thursday 08 November 1990 Till: Saturday 10 November 1990

Reigning champion

Trophy

Trophy of WDF Europe Cup Men Overall - 1990

List of finals

Year Winner Result Runner-Up