The World Darts Trophy returns to Manchester in February, showcasing action from the games greatest talent including the newly crowned world champions.
And you can win tickets to attend with Express Sport.
The event, taking place from February 26th to March 1st is organised by BDO Events, the commercial arm of the British Darts Organisation, and will see champions Scott Mitchell (Scotty Dog) and Lisa Ashton (The Lancashire Rose) heading to EventCity, Manchester, to build on the success they achieved at the World Professional Darts Championship at Lakeside.
Mitchell, from the New Forest, (winner of 10 BDO world ranking titles) and Bolton’s Lisa Ashton (two times world champion) will join top players from 16 different countries including Lakeside quarter-finalist, Canada’s Jeff Smith battling it out for a share of the £50,500 prize pot.
Stephen Holland, managing director of BDO Events, said: “This is an exciting time for darts. The World Darts Trophy will see the very best players within the British Darts Organisation and from around the world competing for the title at this new and amazing venue “The First World Trophy in Blackpool was a huge success and it is now established as a major event on the BDO calendar. We know that the fans will come to Manchester and will enjoy some excellent darts and, undoubtedly, some nail-biting finishes.”
Sue Williams, chair of the BDO added:” Both I and the BDO board of directors are pleased that once again we are able to work alongside BDO Events to stage another World Trophy. EventCity is an exciting venue and it is a fantastic opportunity for our players to play on another big stage.”
Thousands of darts fans will converge on the Manchester venue, next to the Trafford Centre, to witness four days of darts action, when they will see 32 men and 16 ladies including the champions, together with the Lakeside men’s finalist Martin Adams (Wolfie) and ladies’ finalist 20-year-old Fallon Sherrock plus the reigning World Trophy ladies’ winner Anastasia Dobromyslova (From Russia With Love).
Tickets range in price from £16 for a standard single day pass to £89 for a premier single four-day pass.
Or if you are lucky, you could win one of two pairs of weekend passes - priced at £178 a pair for the four days - by answering the following question:
Who is the current BDO Men’s champion?