🎯 The best darts players in the world are at The O2 for the 2024 Premier League Darts London featuring the Play-Off Final.
Standard tickets are on sale see below for the latest information.
Premium seats with VIP Lounge access are available. Complete the short form here OR email email@example.com with ‘Premier League Darts 2024‘ in the subject box for price/package information.
A packed house will be in attendance at Greenwich Peninsula tonight as the last men standing do battle on the oche at Premier League Darts London.
The Premier League darts season started in Cardiff at the beginning of February. The action has taken in cities across Europe over 17 nights climaxing with tonight’s finale. The Play-Offs are back at The O2 after they return to London in 2023 for the first time since 2019. A total tournament prize pot of £1,000,000 is at stake, not to mention the coveted title.
World number one and current PDC world champion Luke Humphries heads a stellar cast of players taking part in 2024. He’s joined by teenage sensation Luke Littler who has taken the darts world by storm finishing runner-up to Humphries at Alexandra Palace
Defending champion Michael van Gerwen isback in search of what would be an eighth Premier League title. This after he lifted the trophy in 2023 producing an inspired display at The O2 to defeat Gerwyn Price 11-5 and secure a record-breaking seventh Premier League title. Prior to that van Gerwen beat Joe Cullen 11-10 in a nail-biting 2022 final.
Humphries, Littler and van Gerwen will face stiff competition from a host of darts stars battling to make it to the Play-Off Final. Including 2023 PDC world champion Michael Smith and 2023 Premier League runner-up Gerwyn Price. See below for the eight players confirmed.
TICKETS, TIMINGS & TRAVEL
🎟️ Standard tickets for Premier League Darts London are on sale via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.
Premium seats with VIP Lounge access are available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Premier League Darts 2024‘ in the subject box for price/package information.
🗝️ Doors open at 6pm.
🎯 First match at 7pm.
🚊 🚗 Travel tips: Getting to The O2 via tube is recommended. North Greenwich station is right on the doorstep and on the Jubilee Line in Zones 2 and 3. Get there from Central London in 20 minutes, or Stratford in 10 minutes. Arrival by river, car, bus and cable car is also available. See this ‘Getting to The O2‘ guide for full details.
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