2019 Champions League of Darts

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2019 Paddy Power Champions League of Darts
Tournament information
Dates19–20 October 2019
VenueMorningside Arena
Country England
Prize fund£250,000
Winners share£100,000
«2018 2020»

The 2019 Paddy Power Champions League of Darts will be the 4th annual staging of the Champions League of Darts, organised by the Professional Darts Corporation. It will take place from 19–20 October 2019 at the Morningside Arena, Leicester.[1]

The defending champion will be Gary Anderson who beat Peter Wright 11–4 in the 2018 final.[2]


The eight qualifiers are split into two groups, playing each other once in a best of 19 legs match. The top two of each group then proceed to the semi-finals. Both semi-finals and the final are a best of 21 legs match.

Prize Money[edit]

Stage (number of players) Prize Money
(Total: £250,000)
Winner (1) £100,000
Runner-Up (1) £50,000
Semi-finalists (2) £25,000
Third in group stage (2) £15,000
Fourth in group stage (2) £10,000


The top 7 players on the PDC Order of Merit following the 2019 World Matchplay will qualify. Reigning champion Gary Anderson was given a guaranteed place in the tournament, as he is the defending champion. As Anderson was also in the top seven, the eighth ranked player also qualified.[1]

Gerwyn Price will make his Champions League debut.[1]

  1. Netherlands Michael van Gerwen
  2. England Rob Cross
  3. Northern Ireland Daryl Gurney
  4. England Michael Smith
  5. Scotland Gary Anderson
  6. Scotland Peter Wright
  7. Wales Gerwyn Price
  8. England James Wade


Group Stage[edit]

All matches first-to-10 (best of 19 legs)

NB: P = Played; W = Won; L = Lost; LF = Legs For; LA = Legs Against; +/− = Plus/Minus Record, in relation to legs; Avg = Three-Dart average in group matches; Pts = Group Points

Knockout Stage[edit]

(best of 21 legs)
20 October
(best of 21 legs)
20 October


  1. ^ a b c Phillips, Josh. "Champions League Players Confirmed". PDC. Retrieved 25 July 2019.
  2. ^ Phillips, Josh. "Anderson Lifts First Champions League Title". PDC. Retrieved 25 July 2019.