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

There are many ways to watch this year’s World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace so make sure you follow us all the way through until Monday, January 3 for the final. TV times, Web, App, social media and YouTube – you name it, we’ve got everything covered

Last Updated: 12/12/21 5:06pm

Wayne Mardle is part of the crew to take you through the festive period of darts on Sky Sports

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

The build-up to darts’ biggest event of the year will get under way on Sky Sports News from early doors on Wednesday, December 15 before we go live on air at 7pm through our very own dedicated channel throughout the tournament – as Sky Sports Arena becomes Sky Sports Darts.

The opening night will see world No 1 Gerwyn Price face the winner of Ritchie Edhouse vs Lihao Wen, which will be the first game to grace the iconic Ally Pally stage.

We will bring you daily reports and reaction on the Sky Sports website and App, which also houses lots of preview content, including Wayne Mardle’s predictons, and we will also have regular in-play clips on Twitter, so don’t forget to follow us @SkySports Darts

The stars are getting ready for the World Darts Championship, will you be there to join them? Coverage starts Wednesday, December 15 on Sky Sports Darts

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The stars are getting ready for the World Darts Championship, will you be there to join them? Coverage starts Wednesday, December 15 on Sky Sports Darts

The stars are getting ready for the World Darts Championship, will you be there to join them? Coverage starts Wednesday, December 15 on Sky Sports Darts

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

Adrian Lewis, Gary Anderson, Lisa Ashton, Peter Wright and Paul Lim are just some of the names in action before ‘The Queen of the Palace’ Fallon Sherrock and mighty Dutchman Michael van Gerwen begin their quests on the weekend of December 18 & 19.

Tuesday December 21 will see the first round draw to a close, and then things really begin to heat up on Wednesday, December 22 with a double session of second round action which is when we bring you live leg-by-leg coverage from every single match all the way through to the end thanks to our live blog, which also houses in-play clips, previews and reaction.

Our dedicated digital team will be working endless hours to bring you the very best coverage.

Our digital team will be back at Alexandra Palace to bring you the very best coverage

Our digital team will be back at Alexandra Palace to bring you the very best coverage

Following a three-day Christmas break, the third and fourth rounds will be held from December 27-30, with the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final being held from January 1-3.

That not all! You can now watch the best Sky Sports’ darts action on our dedicated YouTube channel featuring highlights, full matches, analysis, interviews and classic moments from the archive.

Make sure you subscribe and turn on notifications so you don’t miss a single upload!

It’s not long to wait until the darts returns to your screens and it’s the World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace – join us on Sky Sports for every arrow from every session across 16 days which gets under way on Wednesday, December 15. Check out daily Darts news on skysports.com/darts, our app for mobile devices and our Twitter account @skysportsdarts




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