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Wednesday, January 2, 2019

List of PDC World Darts Winners: Van Gerwen 3rd time Final champion.

PDC World Darts Championship Past Winners List: All time historic Champions.





Philip Taylor has the only player in the PDC World Darts having won the Most Titles 14th times & finals appearance are 19th times & total match appearances are 25th times.


 No. 1 seed Michael van Gerwen held off England's Michael Smith to win a third title 2019 PDC World Championship champion with a 7-3 victory in the Final at Alexandra Palace, London and Claimed the £500, 000 winners share while the overall prize money increased from £1.8 to  £2,500,000 million





William Hill PDC World Darts Championship, Finals, Winners,Champions, prize money




Brief History of PDC World Darts Championships & Finals.




  • The William Hill PDC Darts World Championship is one of the most prestigious tournament in Darts Sports.
  • It is also known as William Hill PDC Darts World Championship due to its sponsored Bookmaker.
  • It is held annually & starts in December & finished in January. It is Held at Alexander Palace in London.
  • PDC Darts World Championship starts in 1994 & first winner of PDC word darts is Dennis Priestly. The current champion of PDC world Darts championship 2017 is Michael Van Gerwen 7-3 beat Gary Anderson, who is also previous winners PDC Darts 2016.
  • Philip Taylor is the only player has dominated in the PDC World Darts having Most title winners of 14th times & in 24 matches appearance.
  • Most PDC Darts finals appearance is 18th time by Philip Taylor & also Most match winning record have by 105 times.
  • In the PDC World Darts Championship 2019, the prize Money was increased, the total prize money was increased from £1.8 million to 2.5 million, while the PDC World Darts 2018 Champion-winner collected the £400,000 & Runner-up received £170,000.
  • PDC World Darts Championship 2018 title winner-champion is Rob Cross (Eng) & runner-up is Phil Tylor (Eng)...





PDC World Darts Championship Final Champions List 1994-2019.




Look at the each & every Finals results of PDC World Darts Championship since 1994-2019, including most successful champions & All-time winners List.




1994 -   Dennis Priestley    6-1    Phil Taylor

1995 -   Phil Taylor   6-2    Rod Harrington

1996 -   Phil Taylor    6-4    Dennis Priestley

1997 -   Phil Taylor    6-3    Dennis Priestley

1998 -   Phil Taylor    6-0    Dennis Priestley

1999 -   Phil Taylor    6-2    Peter Manley

2000 -   Phil Taylor    7-3    Dennis Priestley

2001 -   Phil Taylor    7-0    John Part

2002 -   Phil Taylor    7-0    Peter Manley

2003 -   John Part    7-6    Phil Taylor

2004 -   Phil Taylor    7-6    Kevin Painter

2005 -   Phil Taylor    7-4    Mark Dudbridge

2006 -   Phil Taylor    7-0    Peter Manley

2007 -   Raymond van Barneveld    7-6    Phil Taylor

2008 -   John Part    7-2    Kirk Shepherd

2009 -   Phil Taylor    7-1    Raymond van Barneveld

2010 -   Phil Taylor    7-3    Simon Whitlock

2011 -   Adrian Lewis    7-5    Gary Anderson

2012 -   Adrian Lewis    7-3    Andy Hamilton

2013 -   Phil Taylor    7-4    Michael van Gerwen

2014 -   Michael van Gerwen    7-4    Peter Wright

2015 -   Gary Anderson    7-6    Phil Taylor

2016 -   Gary Anderson    7-5    Adrian Lewis

2017 -   Michael van Gerwen    7-3    Gary Anderson

2018 -   Rob Cross    7-2    Phil Taylor

2019 -   Michael van Gerwen     7–3     Michael Smith

2020 -   Champions

2021 -   winners





PDC World Darts Championship Most Titles



Phil Taylor (ENG)   -   14
Michael van Gerwen    (Neth)   -   3
John Part   (CAN)   -   2
Adrian Lewis    (ENG)   -   2
Gary Anderson   (SCOT)   -   2
Rob Cross     (ENG)    - 1
Dennis Priestly     (ENG)    - 1
Raymond van Barneveld     (Neth)    - 1



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