WDF World Cup Men Teams 2003

The World Cup is held since 1977 and organised by the World Darts Federation. The tournament is opened for ladies in 1983 and in 1999 the youth is also finally invited. The tournament is known as the official World Championship but hasn’t got the profile of either the BDO or the PDC World Championships. It is a gathering of players from all parts of the World who meet and play in a very friendly atmosphere.

It should be no surprise that in the team event, the men from England often run off with the gold, though they are less dominant than in other events, with twelve victories, especially in recent years. They win as many as nine times in the first thirteen events. Wales wins in addition to the first edition the team title in 1997. Other successful countries are the USA; twice champions (1985 & 2003) and the Netherlands, Finland, Canada and Scotland are all the best once.

Three players won this event five times as part of their national team; Eric Bristow, John Lowe and Martin Adams.

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Venue: France Parc des Expostions, Epinal From: Wednesday 24 September 2003 Till: Saturday 27 September 2003

Champion

List of finals

Year Winner Result Runner-Up
2017
Australia Australia
9
9 - 3
United States United States
3
2015
England England
9
9 - 4
Ireland Republic Ireland Republic
4
2013
Scotland Scotland
9
9 - 7
United States United States
7
2011
England England
9
9 - 8
Finland Finland
8
2009
Netherlands Netherlands
9
9 - 5
Canada Canada
5
2007
England England
9
9 - 8
Netherlands Netherlands
8
2005
Finland Finland
9
9 - 8
Australia Australia
8
2003
United States United States
9
9 - 7
Netherlands Netherlands
7
2001
England England
9
9 - 7
Finland Finland
7
1999
England England
9
9 - 7
Wales Wales
7
1997
Wales Wales
9
9 - 6
England England
6
1995
England England
9
9 - 4
Wales Wales
4
1993
England England
9
9 - 3
Wales Wales
3
1991
England England
9
9 - 7
Wales Wales
7
1989
Canada Canada
9
9 - 7
Australia Australia
7
1987
England England
9
9 - 8
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
8
1985
United States United States
9
9 - 6
Australia Australia
6
1983
England England
9
9 - 8
Scotland Scotland
8
1981
England England
9
9 - 7
Scotland Scotland
7
1979
England England
9
9 - 7
Wales Wales
7
1977
Wales Wales
5
5 - 4
England England
4