Coronavirus: Premier League Darts nights in Manchester, Berlin and Birmingham postponed
Three more PL Darts rounds scheduled for April now rearranged to later in 2020 due to coronavirus pandemic
Last Updated: 24/03/20 6:01pm
The PDC has announced that the Premier League nights planned for Manchester, Berlin and Birmingham have all been postponed, meaning the tournament is on hold until at least May.
This follows Monday's announcement that the upcoming nights in Sheffield and Belfast have also been put back, meaning all five planned Premier League rounds in April are now being rearranged.
The visits to Manchester and Berlin have been moved to September, while the visit to Utilita Arena Birmingham will now be in July.
The rescheduled dates are as follows:
- Thursday April 16 - The Manchester Arena - NOW Thursday September 24
- Thursday April 23 - Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin - NOW Thursday September 3
- Thursday April 30 - Arena Birmingham - NOW Thursday July 30
Nights remain subject to change following the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19)
Three nights remaining outstanding from the first phase of the competition, with Rotterdam's original hosting of Judgement Night (March 25) one of eight nights now postponed (seven have been rescheduled)
The changes mean that at least eight Unibet Premier League nights will now be rescheduled, with the five April dates following the postponements of the visit to Newcastle and the Rotterdam double-header in March.
At present, the Unibet Premier League is now planned to conclude in Newcastle on Thursday October 1.
Provisional revised Premier League Darts schedule
|Thursday May 7||SSE Hydro, Glasgow|
|Thursday May 14||First Direct Arena, Leeds|
|Thursday May 21||The O2, London|
|Thursday July 2||FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield|
|Thursday July 30||Arena Birmingham|
|Thursday September 3||Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin|
|Wednesday September 9||Rotterdam Ahoy|
|Thursday September 10||Rotterdam Ahoy|
|Thursday September 24||Manchester Arena|
|Thursday October 1||Utilita Arena, Newcastle|
|TBC||SSE Arena, Belfast|
Tickets purchased for the original league nights will remain valid for the new dates. Should any fans with tickets be unable to attend the new date, they will be entitled to a refund from their point of purchase.