PDC Premier League Darts Fixtures & Results

Premier League Darts 2017 Fixtures, Results, Table, Dates, Venues, TV Schedule & Odds | PDC Darts News & Results | Premier League Odds | Sporting Life PDC Premier League Darts REIGNING CHAMPION Michael van Gerwen and 2015 winner Gary Anderson will clash on the opening night of the 2017 Betway Premier League season at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena on Thursday February 2, with the opening nine weeks’ fixtures now confirmed. 16.01.2017.

The 10-man line-up, fixtures, results, standings, dates, venues, TV schedule and odds for the 2017 Betway Premier League season.

The 2017 Betway Premier League is under way after the opening night at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena on February 2 and will run for 16 Thursday nights, culminating in the play-offs at London’s O2 Arena on May 18.

Here, we have details of the 10-man line-up for the prestigious £825,000 tournament as well as all the fixtures and standings, which will be updated with results and weekly reviews as the action unfolds, while we also have details of the TV coverage times, venues, tickets, Sky Bet odds and a look back on how previous seasons unfolded plus an array of historical statistics.

Each week three-time world champion and Sky Sports darts commentator John Part will supply his predictions and best bets so keep this page bookmarked!

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Premier League Guide Contents
1. Premier League 2017 Fixtures, Results & Venues
2. Premier League 2017 Table
3. Premier League 2017 Sky Bet Odds
4. Premier League 2017 Line-up details
5. Tournament Format
6. Tournament Prize Fund
7. Premier League 2016 Table
8. Premier League 2016 Results
9. Premier League History, Records & Stats

Premier League Darts 2017: Fixtures, Results & Venues

Night One, Thursday February 2
Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
TV Coverage: Sky Sports 2 (1900 GMT)

Kim Huybrechts 5-7 James Wade
Raymond van Barneveld 7-5 Adrian Lewis
Phil Taylor 7-3 Dave Chisnall
Gary Anderson 6-6 Michael van Gerwen
Peter Wright 7-4 Jelle Klaasen
Click here for night one report & statistics

Night Two, Thursday February 9
Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)

Adrian Lewis v Dave Chisnall
James Wade v Phil Taylor
Jelle Klaasen v Gary Anderson
Peter Wright v Michael van Gerwen
Kim Huybrechts v Raymond van Barneveld
Tickets: 0843 373 3000 or via www.motorpointarenanottingham.com

Night Three, Thursday February 16
First Direct Arena, Leeds
TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)

Gary Anderson v Peter Wright
Adrian Lewis v James Wade
Phil Taylor v Raymond van Barneveld
Michael van Gerwen v Jelle Klaasen
Dave Chisnall v Kim Huybrechts
Tickets: 0844 248 1585 or via www.eventim.co.uk

Night Four, Thursday February 23
The Brighton Centre
TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)

Dave Chisnall v Jelle Klaasen
Michael van Gerwen v Adrian Lewis
Gary Anderson v James Wade
Phil Taylor v Kim Huybrechts
Raymond van Barneveld v Peter Wright
Tickets: 0844 847 1515 or via www.ticketmaster.co.uk

Night Five, Thursday March 2
Westpoint Arena, Exeter
TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)

Dave Chisnall v Raymond van Barneveld
Jelle Klaasen v Kim Huybrechts
Gary Anderson v Phil Taylor
Michael van Gerwen v James Wade
Adrian Lewis v Peter Wright
Tickets: 08444 99 99 55 or via www.ticketzone.co.uk

Night Six, Thursday March 9
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)

Adrian Lewis v Phil Taylor
James Wade v Peter Wright
Kim Huybrechts v Michael van Gerwen
Jelle Klaasen v Raymond van Barneveld
Dave Chisnall v Gary Anderson
Tickets: 0844 395 4000 or via www.thessehydro.com

Night Seven, Thursday March 16
Ahoy Arena, Rotterdam
TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)

James Wade v Jelle Klaasen
Peter Wright v Dave Chisnall
Raymond van Barneveld v Gary Anderson
Phil Taylor v Michael van Gerwen
Kim Huybrechts v Adrian Lewis
Tickets: Sold Out

Night Eight, Thursday March 23
Manchester Arena
TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)

Kim Huybrechts v Gary Anderson
James Wade v Dave Chisnall
Peter Wright v Phil Taylor
Jelle Klaasen v Adrian Lewis
Raymond van Barneveld v Michael van Gerwen
Tickets: 0844 847 4000 or via www.eventim.co.uk

Judgement Night, Thursday March 30
Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)

Raymond van Barneveld v James Wade
Phil Taylor v Jelle Klaasen
Gary Anderson v Adrian Lewis
Michael van Gerwen v Dave Chisnall
Peter Wright v Kim Huybrechts
Tickets: 02920 22 44 88 or via www.ticketmaster.co.uk

Night 10, Thursday April 6
3Arena, Dublin
​​​​​​​TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)
Tickets
: 0818 719 3000 (Ire) or 0844 8472 455 (UK) or via Ticketmaster

Night 11, Thursday April 13
Echo Arena, Liverpool
​​​​​​​TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)
Tickets
: 0844 8000 400 or via www.echoarena.co.uk

Night 12, Thursday April 20
The SSE Arena, Belfast
​​​​​​​TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)
Tickets
: 028 9073 9074 or 0844 277 4455 or via www.ssearenabelfast.com

Night 13, Thursday April 27
The Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
​​​​​​​TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)
Tickets
: 0844 338 8000 or via www.theticketfactory.com

Night 14, Thursday May 4
Sheffield Arena
​​​​​​​TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)
Tickets
: 0114 256 5656 or via www.sheffieldarena.co.uk

Night 15, Thursday May 11
GE Oil & Gas Arena, Aberdeen
​​​​​​​TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)
Tickets
: 08444 77 9000 or via www.ticketmaster.co.uk/AECC

Finals Night, Thursday May 18
The O2, London
​​​​​​​TV Coverage: Sky Sports 1 (1900 GMT)
Tickets
: 0844 856 0202 or via www.axs.com

Premier League Darts 2017 Table

Player Played Won Drawn Lost LegDiff Points
Phil Taylor 1 1 0 0 +4 2
Peter Wright 1 1 0 0 +3 2
Raymond van Barneveld 1 1 0 0 +2 2
James Wade 1 1 0 0 +2 2
Michael van Gerwen 1 0 1 0 0 1
Gary Anderson 1 0 1 0 0 1
Adrian Lewis 1 0 0 1 -2 0
Kim Huybrechts 1 0 0 1 -2 0
Jelle Klaasen 1 0 0 1 -3 0
Dave Chisnall 1 0 0 1 -4 0

Scoring system:

  • Two points for a win (by reaching seven legs) and one point for a draw.
  • If players are tied on points in the league table, leg difference will be the first deciding factor. If this is also a tie, then legs won against throw will be the next deciding factor, and any further tie would be split by a comparison of the relevant players’ three-dart tournament average at that stage.
  • The bottom two throwers in the table following Judgement Night (held in Cardiff on Thursday April 31) will be eliminated.
  • Six more league nights follow, with the remaining eight players facing each other once more before the top four then progress to the play-offs at The O2 in London on Thursday May 19.

Premier League Darts 2017 Odds

Michael van Gerwen is unsurprisingly Sky Bet’s odds-on favourite at 4/7 to defend his Premier League title in 2017 after opening his campaign with a 6-6 draw against Gary Anderson, who is second favourite at 4/1.

Peter Wright and Phil Taylor both made winning starts to the campaign and are next in the running at 10/1 apiece.

Raymond van Barneveld also won and his odds have been cut to 20/1 while James Wade (25/1), Adrian Lewis (33/1), Dave Chisnall (40/1), Jelle Klaasen (66/1) and Kim Huybrechts (125/1) are the outsiders for glory.

Click here for all the odds & specials

John Part’s Weekly Predictions

Week One: MVG & Anderson to set standard
Week Two: Wade can cut the Power

Premier League Darts 2017 Line-Up

Michael van Gerwen (Order of Merit)
Gary Anderson (Order of Merit)
Peter Wright (Order of Merit)
Adrian Lewis (Order of Merit)
Phil Taylor (Sky Wildcard)
Raymond van Barneveld (Sky Wildcard)
James Wade (PDC Wildcard)
Dave Chisnall (PDC Wildcard)
Jelle Klaasen (PDC Wildcard)
Kim Huybrechts (PDC Wildcard)

How they qualified?

The world’s top four players – Michael van Gerwen, Gary Anderson, Peter Wright and Adrian Lewis – all qualified by right.

Six-time Premier League champion Phil Taylor is a wildcard for the first time after dropping down to sixth in the PDC Order of Merit, with fellow former champions James Wade and Raymond van Barneveld also relying on selection as well as tournament regular Dave Chisnall.

Jelle Klaasen makes his return to the competition for the first time since 2009 having consolidated his status inside the world’s top 10 during 2016, following up a run to the World Championship semi-finals by reaching the last four at the UK Open and the European Championship quarter-finals.

Belgian star Huybrechts will also make his second Premier League appearance, having previously competed in the 2015 tournament, after reaching three TV quarter-finals during 2016 and the World Cup of Darts semi-finals alongside brother Ronny.

Robert Thornton and Michael Smith are the two players from the 2016 line-up who aren’t involved this time.

Premier League Darts 2017 Format

  • The below details are subject to change

The 10 competing players will face each other once in a league phase over the opening nine Thursday nights but the bottom two throwers in the table following Judgement Night (held in Cardiff on Thursday April 31) will be eliminated.

PDC Premier League DartsSix more league nights follow, with the remaining eight players facing each other once more before the top four then progress to the play-offs at The O2 in London on Thursday May 19. Each league match is played over a maximum of 12 legs, with players earning two points for a win (by reaching seven legs) and one point for a draw. The player named on the left in the fixture will throw first in the opening leg but this will be reversed should they meet again. If players are tied on points in the league table, leg difference will be the first deciding factor. If this is also a tie, then legs won against throw will be the next deciding factor, and any further tie would be split by a comparison of the relevant players’ three-dart tournament average at that stage. The play-offs consist of two semi-finals (best of 19 legs) and then the final (best of 21 legs), which will see the tournament’s champion crowned.

Premier League Darts: Prize Fund

Winner £250,000
Runner-Up £120,000
Semi-Finalists £80,000
Fifth Place £65,000
Sixth Place £55,000
Seventh Place £50,000
Eighth Place £45,000
Ninth Place £30,000
10th Place £25,000

League Leader’s Bonus £25,000
Total £825,000

Premier League Darts 2016 Table

  • Players in bold eliminated after Judgement Night
Player Played Won Drawn Lost LegDiff Points
Michael van Gerwen 16 11 4 1 +42 26
Phil Taylor 16 11 2 3 +35 24
Gary Anderson 16 8 4 4 +11 20
Adrian Lewis 16 9 1 6 +10 19
Peter Wright 16 6 5 5 0 17
James Wade 16 7 2 7 -7 16
Raymond van Barneveld 16 5 2 9 -8 12
Robert Thornton 16 2 2 12 -43 6
Dave Chisnall 9 1 1 7 -14 3
Michael Smith 9 1 1 7 -26 3

Scoring system:

  • Two points for a win (by reaching seven legs) and one point for a draw.
  • If players are tied on points in the league table, leg difference will be the first deciding factor. If this is also a tie, then legs won against throw will be the next deciding factor, and any further tie would be split by a comparison of the relevant players’ three-dart tournament average at that stage.
  • The bottom two throwers in the table following Judgement Night (held in Cardiff on Thursday April 31) will be eliminated.
  • Six more league nights follow, with the remaining eight players facing each other once more before the top four then progress to the play-offs at The O2 in London on Thursday May 19.

Premier League Darts 2016 Results

Night One, Thursday February 4
First Direct Arena, Leeds
Peter Wright 7-2 Michael Smith
Michael van Gerwen 5-7 James Wade
Phil Taylor 2-7 Raymond van Barneveld
Robert Thornton 0-7 Dave Chisnall
Adrian Lewis 7-1 Michael Smith*
Click here for full review

* Michael Smith played twice due to Gary Anderson pulling out of the opening night due to illness. Revised fixtures for week seven have now been made

Night Two, Thursday February 11
Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

James Wade* 7-4 Michael Smith
Raymond van Barneveld 5-7 Peter Wright
Adrian Lewis 7-4 Dave Chisnall
Gary Anderson 3-7 Michael van Gerwen
James Wade 1-7 Phil Taylor
Click here for full review

* James Wade played twice due to Robert Thornton pulling out due to illness. Revised fixtures for week eight have now been made

Night Three, Thursday February 18
3Arena, Dublin
Peter Wright 7-4 James Wade
Dave Chisnall 6-6 Michael Smith
Phil Taylor 7-4 Gary Anderson
Michael van Gerwen 7-4 Adrian Lewis
Robert Thornton 5-7 Raymond van Barneveld
Click here for full review

Night Four, Thursday February 25
GE Oil & Gas Arena, Aberdeen
Adrian Lewis 7-5 James Wade
Gary Anderson 7-3 Raymond van Barneveld
Michael van Gerwen 7-1 Michael Smith
Phil Taylor 7-5 Dave Chisnall
Peter Wright 6-6 Robert Thornton
Click here for full review

Night Five, Thursday March 3
Westpoint Arena, Exeter
Phil Taylor 7-1 Adrian Lewis
Dave Chisnall 4-7 James Wade
Robert Thornton 4-7 Gary Anderson
Peter Wright 2-7 Michael van Gerwen
Michael Smith 7-5 Raymond van Barneveld
Click here for full review

Night Six, Thursday March 10
Capital FM Arena, Nottingham
Michael Smith 3-7 Gary Anderson
Peter Wright 3-7 Adrian Lewis
Raymond van Barneveld 5-7 James Wade
Robert Thornton 0-7 Phil Taylor
Dave Chisnall 2-7 Michael van Gerwen
Click here for full review

Night Seven, Thursday March 17
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Gary Anderson 7-4 Adrian Lewis
James Wade 7-4 Robert Thornton
Michael van Gerwen 6-6 Phil Taylor
Raymond van Barneveld 7-4 Dave Chisnall
Gary Anderson* 7-5 Peter Wright
Click here for full review

* Gary Anderson plays twice this week after being absent in week one due to illness. Michael Smith, who played twice on that night, now has a rest night

Night Eight, Thursday March 24
Echo Arena, Liverpool
Michael Smith 5-7 Robert Thornton
Gary Anderson 7-4 Dave Chisnall
Adrian Lewis 7-5 Raymond van Barneveld
Phil Taylor 6-6 Peter Wright
Michael van Gerwen 6-6 Robert Thornton*
Click here for full review

* Robert Thornton plays twice this week after being absent in week two due to illness. James Wade, who played twice on that night, now has a rest night

Judgement Night, Thursday March 31
Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
James Wade 6-6 Gary Anderson
Michael Smith 5-7 Phil Taylor
Dave Chisnall 5-7 Peter Wright
Robert Thornton 4-7 Adrian Lewis
Raymond van Barneveld 6-6 Michael van Gerwen
Click here for full review

Night 10, Thursday April 7
Sheffield Arena
James Wade 7-4 Raymond van Barneveld
Gary Anderson 3-7 Phil Taylor
Robert Thornton 5-7 Michael van Gerwen
Adrian Lewis 6-6 Peter Wright
Phil Taylor 7-4 James Wade
Click here for full review

Night 11, Thursday April 14
The SSE Arena, Belfast
Robert Thornton 7-2 Peter Wright
Raymond van Barneveld 5-7 Phil Taylor
James Wade 5-7 Adrian Lewis (Lewis hits nine-dart finish)
Michael van Gerwen 6-6 Gary Anderson
Raymond van Barneveld 7-4 Robert Thornton
Click here for full review

Night 12, Thursday April 21
Bournemouth International Centre
Michael van Gerwen 7-2 Peter Wright
Raymond van Barneveld 7-4 Adrian Lewis
Gary Anderson 6-6 James Wade
Phil Taylor 7-2 Robert Thornton
Adrian Lewis 5-7 Michael van Gerwen
Click here for full review

Night 13, Thursday April 28
The Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
Peter Wright 7-4 Phil Taylor
Raymond van Barneveld 5-7 Gary Anderson
Adrian Lewis 7-2 Robert Thornton
James Wade 1-7 Michael van Gerwen
Peter Wright 6-6 Gary Anderson
Click here for full review

Night 14, Thursday May 5
Manchester Arena
James Wade 1-7 Peter Wright
Gary Anderson 7-1 Robert Thornton
Michael van Gerwen 7-2 Raymond van Barneveld
Adrian Lewis 2-7 Phil Taylor
Click here for full review

Night 15, Thursday May 12
Ahoy Arena, Rotterdam
Robert Thornton 3-7 James Wade
Peter Wright 6-6 Raymond van Barneveld
Adrian Lewis 7-2 Gary Anderson
Phil Taylor 5-7 Michael van Gerwen
Click here for full review

Finals Night, Thursday May 19
The O2, London

Semi-finals
Michael van Gerwen 10-4 Adrian Lewis
Phil Taylor 10-7 Gary Anderson

Final
Michael van Gerwen 11-3 Phil Taylor
Click here for full review

Premier League Darts History

The Premier League, a much-loved event for all darts fans and punters, was launched by Sky Sports in 2005 and takes the sport’s biggest names all over the UK and Ireland as they compete in a round robin format in a bid to reach the play-offs, when the title is ultimately decided.

The world’s top four automatically qualify for the event and are joined by six wildcard selections made by the PDC and Sky Sports to complete a final field.

Unsurprisingly Phil Taylor is the most successful Premier League player of all time having topped the table eight times and going on to lift the trophy on six occasions, while he also went a record 44 games unbeaten from 2005-2008.

James Wade first broke his dominance in 2009 when defeating Taylor’s conqueror Mervyn King 13-8 and The Power has only won it twice since then, with Gary Anderson (2011 & 2015), Michael van Gerwen (2013 & 2016) and Raymond van Barneveld (2014) being the other champions.

Below we have details of the past finals, a selection of records, the final table of each previous season and a look at which players have ever featured in the event.

Premier League Darts Past Finals & Winners

2005 – Phil Taylor 16-4 Colin Lloyd
2006 – Phil Taylor 16-6 Roland Scholten
2007 – Phil Taylor 16-8 Terry Jenkins
2008 – Phil Taylor 16-8 James Wade
​2009 – James Wade 13-8 Mervyn King
2010 – Phil Taylor 10-8 James Wade
​2011 – Gary Anderson 10-4 Adrian Lewis
2012 – Phil Taylor 10-7 Simon Whitlock
​2013 – Michael van Gerwen 10-8 Phil Taylor
2014 – Raymond van Barneveld 10-6 Michael van Gerwen
2015 – Gary Anderson 11-7 Michael van Gerwen
2016 – Michael van Gerwen 11-3 Phil Taylor

Premier League Darts Records

Most Titles: Phil Taylor – 6
Longest Unbeaten Run: Phil Taylor – 44 (2005-2008)
Biggest League Victory: Phil Taylor 11-1 Wayne Mardle (2005) & Phil Taylor 11-1 Peter Manley (2005)
Biggest Play-Off Victory: Phil Taylor 16-4 Colin Lloyd (2005 Final)
Whitewashes (since dead legs removed in 2006): Colin Lloyd 8-0 Terry Jenkins (2007), Phil Taylor 8-0 Wayne Mardle (2008), James Wade 8-0 Simon Whitlock (2012), Michael van Gerwen 7-0 Phil Taylor (2014), Michael van Gerwen 7-0 James Wade (2015), Robert Thornton 0-7 Dave Chisnall (2016), Robert Thornton 0-7 Phil Taylor (2007)
Most 180s in a Match: Gary Anderson – 11 v Simon Whitlock (2011)
Most 180s in a Season: Gary Anderson – 79 in 2011

Top 10 High Averages

123.40 – Michael van Gerwen v Michael Smith, 2016
117.95 – Michael Smith v Robert Thornton, 2016
117.35 – Phil Taylor v Simon Whitlock, 2012
116.90 – Michael van Gerwen v James Wade, 2015
116.67 – Michael van Gerwen v Peter Wright, 2016
116.10 – Phil Taylor v James Wade, 2012
116.01 – Phil Taylor v John Part, 2009
115.08 – Phil Taylor v Raymond van Barneveld, 2015 *Record Losing Ave*
115.25 – Phil Taylor v Dave Chisnall, 2015
114.17 – Dave Chisnall v James Wade, 2015

Nine-Dart Finishes

2006 – Raymond van Barneveld v Peter Manley, Bournemouth
2010 – Raymond van Barneveld v Terry Jenkins, Aberdeen
2010 – Phil Taylor x2 v James Wade, Wembley (Final)
2012 – Phil Taylor v Kevin Painter, Aberdeen
2012 – Simon Whitlock v Andy Hamilton, London
2016 – Adrian Lewis v James Wade, Belfast

Premier League Darts Past Season Standings

  • Winner in caps & bold, runner-up in bold.
  • Top four each year made the play-offs (Top would play fourth)
  • Points in brackets

Season 2005
PHIL TAYLOR (23)
Colin Lloyd (16)
Peter Manley (12)
Roland Scholten (9)
Mark Dudbridge (8)
John Part (8)
Wayne Mardle (8)
Play-off final:
Phil Taylor 16-4 Colin Lloyd

Season 2006
PHIL TAYLOR (23)
Raymond van Barneveld (21)
Roland Scholten (10)
Colin Lloyd (9)
Ronnie Baxter (8)
Peter Manley (8)
Wayne Mardle (5)
Play-off final:
Phil Taylor 16-6 Roland Scholten

Season 2007
PHIL TAYLOR (25)
Raymond van Barneveld (17)
Terry Jenkins (15)
Dennis Priestley (13)
Colin Lloyd (12)
Peter Manley (11)
Adrian Lewis (10)
Roland Scholten (9)
Play-off final:
Phil Taylor 16-6 Terry Jenkins

Season 2008
PHIL TAYLOR (21)
James Wade (20)
Raymond van Barneveld (18)
Adrian Lewis (12)
Wayne Mardle (12)
Peter Manley (11)
Terry Jenkins (9)
John Part (9)
Play-off final:
Phil Taylor 16-8 James Wade

Season 2009
Phil Taylor (18)
JAMES WADE (17)
Raymond van Barneveld (13)
Mervyn King (12)
Terry Jenkins (9)
John Part (9)
Jelle Klaasen (6)
Play-off final:
James Wade 13-8 Mervyn King

Season 2010
PHIL TAYLOR (26)
Simon Whitlock (16)
James Wade (14)
Mervyn King (13)
Ronnie Baxter (13)
Raymond van Barneveld (11)
Adrian Lewis (11)
Terry Jenkins (8)
Play-off final:
Phil Taylor 10-8 James Wade

Season 2011
Phil Taylor (26)
Raymond van Barneveld (18)
GARY ANDERSON (17)
Adrian Lewis (14)
James Wade (13)
Simon Whitlock (11)
Terry Jenkins (8)
Mark Webster (5)
Play-off final:
Gary Anderson 10-4 Adrian Lewis

Season 2012
PHIL TAYLOR (24)
Simon Whitlock (16)

Andy Hamilton (13)
James Wade (13)
Raymond van Barneveld (13)
Adrian Lewis (12)
Kevin Painter (11)
Gary Anderson (10)
Play-off final:
Phil Taylor 10-7 Simon Whitlock

Season 2013
MICHAEL VAN GERWEN (24)
Raymond van Barneveld (23)
Phil Taylor (20)
James Wade (17)
Robert Thornton (15)
Simon Whitlock (15)
Andy Hamilton (12)
Adrian Lewis (10)
Wes Newton (5)
Gary Anderson (5)
Play-off final:
Michael van Gerwen 10-8 Phil Taylor

Season 2014
Michael van Gerwen (24)

RAYMOND VAN BARNEVELD (20)
Phil Taylor (20)
Gary Anderson (20)
Peter Wright (17)
Adrian Lewis (15)
Dave Chisnall (10)
Robert Thornton (9)
Wes Newton (6)
Simon Whitlock (5)
Play-off final:
Raymond van Barneveld 10-6 Michael van Gerwen

Season 2015
Michael van Gerwen (23)

Dave Chisnall (22)
GARY ANDERSON (20)
Raymond van Barneveld (19)
Phil Taylor (15)
Adrian Lewis (14)
James Wade (12)
Stephen Bunting (11)
Peter Wright (6)
Kim Huybrechts (4)
Play-off final:
Gary Anderson 11-7 Michael van Gerwen

Season 2016
MICHAEL VAN GERWEN (26)
Phil Taylor (24)
Gary Anderson (20)
Adrian Lewis (19)
Peter Wright (17)
James Wade (16)
Raymond van Barneveld (12)
Robert Thornton (6)
Dave Chisnall (3)
Michael Smith (3)
Play-off final:
Michael van Gerwen 11-3 Phil Taylor

Players Who Have Played Premier League Darts

Phil Taylor – 12 Seasons (2005-present)
Raymond van Barneveld – 11 Seasons (2006-present)
Adrian Lewis – 9 Seasons (2007-08, 2010-present)
James Wade – 8 Seasons (2008-13, 2015-present)
Gary Anderson – 6 Seasons (2011-present)
Terry Jenkins – 5 Seasons (2007-11)
Simon Whitlock – 5 Seasons (2010-14)
Peter Manley – 4 Seasons (2005-08)
Wayne Mardle – 4 Seasons (2005-06, 2008-09)
Michael van Gerwen – 4 Seasons (2013-present)
Colin Lloyd – 3 Seasons (2005-07)
Ronald Scholten – 3 Seasons (2005-07)
John Part – 3 Seasons (2005, 2008-09)
Robert Thornton – 3 Seasons (2013-14, 2016)
Dave Chisnall – 3 Seasons (2014-present)
Peter Wright – 3 Seasons (2014-present)
Ronnie Baxter – 2 Seasons (2006, 2010)
Mervyn King – 2 Seasons (2009-10)
Andy Hamilton – 2 Seasons (2012-13)
Wes Newton – 2 Seasons (2013-14)
Mark Dudbridge – 1 Season (2005)
Dennis Priestley – 1 Season (2007)
Jelle Klaasen – 1 Season (2009)
Mark Webster – 1 Season (2011)
Kevin Painter – 1 Season (2012)
Stephen Bunting – 1 Season (2015)
Kim Huybrechts – 1 Season (2015)
Michael Smith – 1 Season (2016)