World Darts Championship ways to watch: TV times, website, App, social media and YouTube | Darts News

There are many ways to watch this year’s Darts World Championship at Alexandra Palace, so be sure to join us until Monday 3rd January for the final. TV, Web, App, Social Media, and YouTube Schedules – you name it, we’ve got it all covered

Last updated: 21/12/21 17:06


Wayne Mardle is part of the crew to accompany you during the holiday season of darts on Sky Sports

You won’t want to miss a single dart at this year’s World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace, so find out how to keep up with the action through Sky Sports.

Preparation for the biggest darts event of the year will kick off on Sky Sports News from opening on Wednesday 15th December before airing at 7pm through our dedicated channel during the tournament as Sky Sports Arena becomes Sky Sports Darts .

The opening night will see world number one Gerwyn Price take on the winner of Ritchie Edhouse vs Lihao Wen, which will be the first game to honor the iconic Ally Pally stage.

We’ll bring you daily reports and reactions on the Sky Sports website and app, which also hosts a lot of preview content, including Wayne Mardle’s predictions, and we’ll also have regular in-play clips on Twitter, so don’t forget to follow us. @SkySports Darts

The stars are preparing for the World Darts Championship, will you be there too?  Coverage begins Wednesday, December 15 on Sky Sports Darts

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The stars are preparing for the World Darts Championship, will you be there too? Coverage begins Wednesday, December 15 on Sky Sports Darts

The stars are preparing for the World Darts Championship, will you be there too? Coverage begins Wednesday, December 15 on Sky Sports Darts

The pre-Christmas period will see the first and second rounds played over nine days from 15 to 23 December.

Adrian Lewis, Gary Anderson, Lisa Ashton, Peter Wright and Paul Lim are just a few of the names in action before Fallon Sherrock “The Queen of the Palace” and Dutch mighty Michael van Gerwen begin their research on the weekend of December 18th and 19th. .

Round 1 will conclude on Tuesday 21 December, so things will really start to heat up on Wednesday 22 December with a double action session of the second round, during which we will offer you live leg-by-leg coverage of every single match up to the end thanks to the our live blog, which also hosts in-play clips, previews and reactions.

Our dedicated digital team will work endless hours to give you the best coverage.

Our digital team will return to Alexandra Palace to offer you the best coverage

Our digital team will return to Alexandra Palace to offer you the best coverage

After a three-day Christmas break, the third and fourth rounds will be held from 27 to 30 December, while the quarter-finals, semifinals and final will be held from 1 to 3 January.

It’s not all! Now you can watch Sky Sports’ best darts action on our dedicated YouTube channel with highlights, full matches, analysis, interviews and classic moments from the archive.

Make sure you sign up and turn on notifications so you don’t miss an upload!

It won’t take long to wait for the darts to return to your screens and it’s the world darts championship at Alexandra Palace – join us on Sky Sports for each arrow of each 16-day session starting Wednesday 15 December. Check out Darts daily news at skysports.com/darts, our mobile app and our Twitter account @skysportsdarts

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