Preparations are firmly underway for the return of one of the WDF's tentpole events, the World Cup.
Taking place at the Granly Hockey Arena in Esbjerg, Denmark from Monday, September 25th to Saturday, September 30th, the tournament is set to the biggest in WDF history.
The deadline for countries to register their teams for entry into the Men's, Women's and Youth competitions is Friday, June 30th. No late entries will be accepted.
To register, country officials must fill and return the entry form they were supplied in early May to the WDF's Tournament Director, Arjan de Waal.
The countries already registered for 2023 are:
Taking place for the first time in four years because of the pandemic, this year's World Cup sees New Zealand, Japan, Wales, Canada and England all looking to defend the Gold medals they won in Romania in 2019.
2023 will mark the second time that the WDF World Cup has taken place in Denmark. The first was all the way back in 1987. That year, Eric Bristow was the star of the show as he led England to a hat-trick of titles.
2023 Tournament Schedule
Monday, September 25th: Opening Ceremony
Tuesday, September 26th - Thursday, September 28th: Floor matches across all competitions
Friday, September 29th: Final floor matches and the first finals
Saturday, September 30th: Remaining tournament finals and Gala Dinner