1980 WDF Europe Cup

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1980 WDF Europe Cup
Tournament information
LocationEbbw Vale
CountryWales Wales
Established3–4 October
Organisation(s)WDF
FormatLegs
Champion(s)
Singles
England Tony Brown (men's singles)
Pairs
Sweden Stefan Lord & Bjørn Enqvist (men's pairs)
Team
England England (men's team)
Overall
England England (men's overall)
«1978 1982»

The 1980 WDF Europe Cup was the 2nd edition of the WDF Europe Cup darts tournament, organised by the World Darts Federation. It was held in Copenhagen, Denmark from October 3 to 4.

Entered Teams[edit]

11 national teams entered into the event.

Nr. Country Men's Selection
1  Belgium Luc Marreel, Andre Declerq, Andre Desmit, Lucien Deduytsche
2  Denmark Jorgen Rasmussen, Kaj Mortensen, Jan Larsen, Kim Jensen
3  England Eric Bristow, Cliff Lazarenko, John Lowe, Doug McCarthy
4  Finland Kajp Sundsten, Matti Heinonen, Jorma Karumaa, Seppo Jaakola
5  Germany Peter Hummel, Jimmy Hughes, Tammo Schendermein, Alfred Gibson
6  Gibraltar Mohamed Bakali, Freddie Duarte, Leslie Ward, John Neale
7  Ireland John Buckley, Eugene McDermott, Jim McQuillan, Seamus O'Brien
8  Northern Ireland Roy Dunlop, Billy Mateer, Anthony McCaugherthy, Dessie Noade
9  Netherlands Peter Lee, Herman Jongman, Jilles Vermaat, Peter Smith
10  Scotland George Nicoll, Eric MacLean, Jocky Wilson, Rab Smith
11  Sweden Stefan Lord, Bjørn Enqvist, Nils-Magnus Ericksson, Becke Johansson
12  Wales John Assiratti, Alan Evans, Tony Ridler, Leighton Rees

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