2019 England Events   2020 England Events
14 - 16 June England Open & England National Singles    5 - 8 March Isle of Man Festival
 6 - 8 September    England Classic & England Masters   11 - 14 June England Open & England National Singles
      10 - 13 September    England Classic & England Masters
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    England Classic      England Masters      Pairs      Mixed 4's      Youth Grand Prix (mixed event)  
Ladies    10 9 1 0 1
Mens 17 15 2 1


13th July 2019



England's Medal Winners
Boys Singles Bronze (Keelan) & Gold (Leighton)   Girls Pairs Champions & Singles Bronze
Overall Girls Champions   Boys Team Bronze

Day three was the final day of the 2019 Europe Cup Youth Championship and they went into the day with a chance of winning the girls and gaining a medal in the boys and that is exactly what happened as the girls retained the title and the boys took a silver medal behind the Netherlands.

The first player in action was Leighton Bennett in the singles semi final and he took his place in the final with a 2-0 sets win over Netherlands Luke van der Kwast. The next player in action was Beau Greaves in the girls semi final, but a 0-3 defeat against Hungarian Tamara Kovacs, who turned out to be the eventual champion, meant the overall title was still in the balance.

Things were still going against England as the boys team let a 4-3 lead slip against the Republic of Ireland and they lost the semi final 9-4, once again losing to the eventual champions. However things improved in the next two games as first Leighton Bennett took the singles title and gold medal with a 3-1 sets win over Jurjen van der Velde, that also sealed the silver medal in the overall table.

The girls pairs was the next game on and a very close match against Scotland's McKinlay & O'Brien and Shannon and Beau eventually hit the winning double to gain a 4-3 win to gain the pairs gold medal and after a nervous wait they were also confirmed as the overall title winners as well.



Final Girls Table Final Boy's Table


12th July 2019


Day two of the Youth Europe Cup saw the girls play their singles event, with all players being in a round robin groups. Beau Greaves won all four of her games to win her group, but unfortunately Shannon Reeves only won one of her games and didn't qualify for the last eight games. Beau won her last eight match 3-1 against Sophie McKinlay (Scotland) to move into Saturday's semi final where she will play Tamara Kovacs (Hungary).

Later on the girls were back in action as they played the semi final of the pairs and we are delighted that they beat the Dutch pairing of Rietbergen & Van der Velde 3-1 to gain a place in Saturday's final against the Scottish pair of McKinlay & O'Brien.

The boys were in action in the tem event and they won their group after beating both Hungary and Turkey 9-3, this got them into the last eight where another 9-3 victory over Wales put them into Saturday's semi final where they will play the Republic of Ireland.

The final match saw Keelan and Brad narrowly lose 2-3 to against Van der Velde/Van der Kwast of the Netherlands and so had to settle for a bronze medal. But on a positive note all six England players are guaranteed to come home with at least one medal each.

The points tables at the end of day two are :

Girls Table after Day Two Boy's Table after Day Two


11th July 2019


Day one of the Youth Europe Cup saw both the girls and boys start their pairs event and it turned out to be a good day for the England pairings, the girls pair of Shannon Reeves and Beau Greaves lost their first game but then won the next three to finish second in the group and gain a place in the quarter finals, where they beat the German pair to gain a place in Friday's semi finals where they will play the Dutch pairing of Rietbergen & Van der Velde.

The boys pairs of Keelan Kay & Brad Phillips and Leighton Bennett & Mitchell McCarthy both won all their group games to win their respective groups that put them in the last sixteen. Leighton & Mitchell won 3-1 against a Scottish pair before losing 1-3 in the quarter finals to a Gibraltar pair. Keelan & Brad won their last sixteen match 3-0 against a German pair and then had a narrow 3-2 win against a Hungarian pair to move into Friday's semi final against Van der Velde/Van der Kwast of the Netherlands.

The boys then moved onto their singles event, where Keelan and Leighton won their groups, Brad finished second and so all three of them qualified for the last thirty two, unfortunately Mitchell missed out as he finished third in his group. Brad lost at this stage, but Keelan and Leighton both won their last thirty two and last sixteen matches to take a place in the quarter finals which were played over best of three sets. Keelan lost 1-2 to Marcel Bus (Netherlands) whilst Leighton beat Connor Hopkins (Wales) 2-0 to gain a place in Saturday's semi finals where he will be joined by three Dutch players.

The points tables at the end of day one are :

Girls Table after Day One Boy's Table after Day One



10th July 2019


The 2019 WDF Europe Youth Cup starts on Thursday 11th July in Ankara, Turkey.

The England teams above (left to right) are : Shannon Reeves, Mitchell McCarthy, Keelan Kay, Leighton Bennett, Brad Phillips & Beau Greaves.

The schedule (on Turkish time) is :

Thursday 11th July   Friday July 12th   Saturday 13th July
10.00 - 16.00  Boys and Girls Pairs Round Robin (played down to semi finals)    

16.00 Boys Singles Round Robin

18.00 Boys Singles KO stage (played down to semi finals)


10.00 Boys Team Round Robin (played down to semi finals)  

10.00 Girls Singles Round Robin (played down to semi finals)   

TBC Boys Pairs Semi Finals

TBC Girls Pairs Semi Finals

10.00 Boys & Girls Singles Semi Finals   

11.00 Boys Team Semi Finals

14.00 Boys Pairs Final

14.45 Girls Pairs Final

15.30 Boys Singles Final

16.15 Girls Singles Final

17.00 Boys Team Final

18.00 Presentations


9th July 2019



England Darts are proud to announce a collaboration with the British Disability Darts Association to promote the New BDDA, England Open and England Classic to be held during the England Classic Open Festival of Darts 5 - 8th September, 2019 at the new Bunn Leisure White Horse complex, in Selsey, West Sussex. The directors of England and Sarah Smale are pleased that the ongoing negotiations to include Disabled darts into the mainstream of Senior England events, has come to fruition, and we are all looking forward to a bright future together.











3rd July 2019



People have asked why players in the England Classic list of entries are coloured in yellow (see left), these players are England Members and as such they get 5 discount off their entry fee in both the England Classic and England Masters singles events, providing they enter by 21st July.

All players and fans can join the England Darts Members Club (you don't have to be English, we are happy for all nationalities to join), just click on the logo above for the application form, the membership fee is just 20 for a year (from the day you join), so if you also go to the 2020 England Open you can also get a discount on the singles. So it costs 20 to join and if you enter all four singles events at Selsey you can get 20 discount, some people think there is a catch -  there really isn't and there are more benefits.

You are automatically entered into a free monthly draw, with the winner receiving a One80 Gladiator dartboard, a set of One80 darts, a set of L-Style stems, flights and case, plus a personalised shirt from Designs by Sazz. This prize is worth over 100.

And the benefits don't end there as your unique England Darts Membership number also gets you a 10% discount off products from Darts Corner.

Join today to enjoy this great deal with England Darts.

1st July 2019

Anyone wishing to enter the England Classic weekend (6th - 8th September) events can now do so online, CLICK HERE

Once you enter online you will receive a confirmation email and your name will appear on the list of entrants, see below.

Click here to see full list of entrants (July 1st)

    England Classic      England Masters      Pairs      Mixed 4's      Youth Grand Prix (mixed event)  
Ladies    3 3 0 0 0
Mens 7 5 0 1


26th June 2019


After the very successful recent England Open Festival in the new eighteen million pound new White Horse complex at Bunn Leisure in Selsey, we are pleased to be able to post the brochure for the next event at the same venue.

This being the England Classic weekend which will be played from the 5th to 8th September 2019.

The first event will be the Men's British Pentathlon on the Thursday 5th, this is an event that is played by twenty invited players, entry to watch this unique event is free to all spectators.

Friday 6th will see the start of the Ladies and Men's England Masters.

Saturday 7th will see the Ladies and Mens England Classic, a mixed fours and the youth GP event.

Sunday 8th will see the Ladies and Men's pairs, the England Matchplay and the stage finals all played.

To see the complete England Classic brochure click on the England Classic picture.

To book a caravan, call  caravans are already limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment.





The online entry system is now open, to enter all events



Click on the logo to become a England Member

England Members who enter by midnight on

July 21st will receive a members only discount.