World Cup of Darts: Fixtures and results as 32-nation tournament returns to the Eissporthalle – Sky Sports

The schedule of play for the World Cup of Darts first round has been confirmed; keep up to date with all of the fixtures and results and watch the action live on Sky Sports

Last Updated: 19/06/22 9:45pm

Scotland’s John Henderson and Peter Wright will be aiming to retain their World Cup of Darts title in Frankfurt

The schedule of play for the World Cup of Darts first round has been confirmed, with Scotland’s Peter Wright and John Henderson aiming to retain their title in Frankfurt.

The 32-nation tournament will return to the Eissporthalle from June 16-19 for an annual festival of darts which sees two-player teams competing in a mixture of Doubles and Singles games.

With the first round split across the opening two nights, Thursday’s action will be headlined by Wales, Netherlands and host nation Germany as they face Philippines, Brazil and Spain respectively.

Austria, the 2021 finalists, and 2019 runners-up Republic of Ireland are also in action on Thursday against Finland and Canada.

The first round concludes on Friday, with Scotland’s Peter Wright and John Henderson beginning their title defence against Hong Kong.

Four-time winners England will play the Czech Republic, while former finalists Belgium and Australia face off against Japan and Lithuania respectively.

The tournament’s second round is then split across two sessions on Saturday, before the event concludes on Sunday with the quarter-finals in the afternoon session and the semi-finals and final in the evening session.

2022 World Cup of Darts
Schedule of Play
Thursday June 16
First Round x8

Denmark 5-2 Singapore
New Zealand 5-3 Switzerland
Republic of Ireland 5-2 Canada
Austria 5-3 Finland
Northern Ireland 5-3 Gibraltar
Wales 5-2 Philippines
Germany 5-4 Spain
Netherlands 5-0 Brazil

Friday June 17
First Round x8

Latvia 5-1 Hungary
Poland 5-4 USA
Sweden 5-2 South Africa
Portugal 5-3 Italy
Australia 5-2 Lithuania
England 5-1 Czech Republic
Scotland 5-1 Hong Kong
Belgium 5-2 Japan

Saturday June 18
Afternoon Session

Northern Ireland 2-0 New Zealand
Netherlands 2-0 Republic of Ireland
Wales 2-1 Austria
Germany 2-0 Denmark

Evening Session
England 2-1 Latvia
Scotland 2-1 Portugal
Belgium 2-0 Poland
Australia 2-1 Sweden

Sunday June 19
Afternoon Session

Netherlands 2-0 Northern Ireland
Wales 2-0 Germany
Belgium 1-2 Australia
England 2-0 Scotland

Evening Session

Netherlands 0-2 Wales
Australia 2-0 England

Wales 1-3 Australia

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