European Darts Grand Prix 2020

The “Glaspalast” in Sindelfingen is the record location of the European Tour. In 2020 an event will take place there for the tenth time! Already in 2012, the traditional arena near Stuttgart was the venue for the event. Since 2014, the event has a fixed name with the European Darts Grand Prix.

Thanks to an innovative prevention and hygiene concept and a new ticket system, the event can take place even under the current conditions and the darts fans in Württemberg can once again experience the greats of the sport live.

The new ticket system includes that tickets per table and visitor group will be given to only one buyer at a time to ensure that there are not several visitor groups sitting at one table. For each table, the price is made up of a table fee and a price per person.

Table fee
Friday afternoon: 35 € / Friday evening: 40 €
Saturday afternoon: 50 € / Saturday evening: 55 €
Sunday afternoon: 50 € / Sunday evening: 55 €

Price per person
Friday afternoon: 15 € / Friday evening: 20 €
Saturday afternoon: 25 € / Saturday evening: 32,50 €
Sunday afternoon: 25 € / Sunday evening: 32,50 €

Up to eight people are allowed per table and visitor group. Please purchase all tickets for the group you want to participate with at once in your purchasing process. In addition, masks will be required throughout the venue (except when in your seat) and hands must be disinfected immediately after admission. Furthermore, carnival costumes and fan chants should be avoided.

At each event of the European Tour £140,000 (approx. 160,000 EUR) will be up for grabs, the prize money will be included in the European Order of Merit. The 32 best players in this ranking will qualify for the European Darts Championship.

The field of participants of a European Tour event includes 48 players. The top 16 players of the Pro Tour rankings are seeded and enter the tournament in the second round. The other 32 places are played in various qualifying tournaments. The 32 qualifiers determine the opponents of the top 16 in the first round. The draw for a European Tour event always takes place one day before the event.