Unibet Premier League subject to further amendments as May’s meetings are postponed

The Unibet Premier League will now face a further three month break as May’s dates have been postponed amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Glen Durrant remains top of the pile following a sensational start to his Premier League debut, with action now scheduled to resume from July 30 in Birmingham.

The darting extravaganza, featuring 10 of the world’s elite, has been drastically impacted by restrictions imposed by the UK Government since coronavirus began to sweep across Europe.

Rotterdam’s popular double-header was the first staging to fall at the hands of the virus and was subsequently followed by the entirety of April’s league meetings, with May’s three nights now also being postponed.

Planned meetings at The O2 in London and Leeds’ First Direct Arena have been swiftly moved to August, while Glasgow’s night at the SSE Hydro has been rescheduled to take place in September.

The highly-anticipated Play-Offs, which were originally planned to go ahead at the backend of May in London, have now been scheduled to take place at Sheffield’s FlyDSA Arena on October 15 in the rearranged scheme of proceedings.

Tickets purchased for the original league nights will remain valid for the amended dates. Should any fans with tickets be unable to attend the new date, they will be entitled to a refund from their point of purchase.


Revised Unibet Premier League Schedule
July 30 – Utilita Arena Birmingham
August 13 – The SSE Arena, Belfast
August 20 – The O2, London
August 27 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
September 3 – Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany
September 9-10 – Rotterdam Ahoy, Netherlands
September 17 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
September 24 – The Manchester Arena
October 1 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
October 15 – The FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield

Please note this schedule is as of April 9 and further amendments could be made if needed

(Photography: Lawrence Lustig/PDC)

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