PDC Darts: Sky Sports Darts channel returns for next month’s World Championship
With Christmas just round the corner, that could only mean 1 thing – the yield of the darts!
To observe, Sky Sports have shown that the yield of Sky Sports Darts – a channel dedicated solely to this darts.
Sky Sports Arena in addition to live coverage of every arrow thrown at north London they will be a host of programming and will be rebranded from Thursday 12 December.
The 2019/20 World Darts Championship culminates with the standard New Year’s Day at Alexandra Palace and kicks off on Friday 13 December and viewers can see every second of the action live on the committed Sky Sports Darts channel.
Twenty-two days of nonstop darts will concentrate on live policy but also feature highlights in addition to classic matches and exclusive documentaries, such as a brilliant look back to the profession of Raymond van Barneveld, the five-time world winner who’s playing his final ever World Championship.
Sky You & sky Sports Main Event can also broadcast the activity on times that are particular to additional complement this policy which is hosted by Dave Clark, David Croft and Laura Woods.
16 days of action will feature 12 bumper sessions of day and evening darts and Sky Sports have built a team to keep you informed to pace.
Devon Petersen along with laura Turner will join the Regular comment group in Ally Pally, which includes professional evaluation from Rod Harrington, John Part, Mark Webster along with Wayne Mardle along with Nigel Pearson, Stuart Pyke and Rod Studd.
Among the stories before the showpiece of the year is Barney bowing after the contest, and he is hoping for a fairy-tale finish.
“Darts was my life and this is my last shot at World Championship glory. Knowing millions of fans will accompany my final trip in the sport on Sky Sports Darts is something specific – I only want to extend my stay at Ally Pally for as long as possible,” said the 52-year-old.
“Winning in my final tournament would be amazing! Being crowned the 2007 winner was an unbelievable adventure, and I expect the viewers enjoy this year’s tournament as well as the documentaries and classic matches. I am sure Sky Sports are going to have my own 2007 title win on there!”
The reigning world champion, barneveld’s compatriot Michael van Gerwen, is eyeing a Alexandra Palace victory on New Year’s Day and that he can’t wait to defend his crown.
“It’s always an excellent time over the festive period in Ally Pally. The lovers, the atmosphere and the darts are unbelievable. Sky Sports Darts is the destination from December 12 to January 3 if you can not be there. I hope to be there on New Year’s Day at the final and defend my name!”
Take a look at Darts news on .com/dartsour app for cellular devices and our Twitter account @darts – the action is back to your Sky Sports screens in December with all the World Championship from Alexandra Palace. It all gets underway on Friday, December 13.