Where to watch the 2018 World Darts Championship on TV
The William Hill World Darts Championship starts on Thursday December 13, with the final on Monday 1st January.
The William Hill World Darts Championship will see 96 players from 28 countries compete for the prestigious Sid Waddell Trophy and a record-breaking £2.5 million in prize money from Ally Pally.
In the Uk the main TV coverage will be on Sky Sports, with their dedicated Sky Sports Darts channel.
Other broadcasters can be found below:
UK & Ireland – Sky Sports
Netherlands – RTL7
Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Japan, Canada, Italy – DAZN
Australia – Fox Sports
New Zealand – Sky Sport
South Africa & Sub-Saharan Africa – Kwese
Czech Republic, Slovakia – Nova
Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Bulgaria – Viasat
Poland – Pragosport
Middle East & North Africa – OSN
Belgium, Portugal – Eleven Sports
Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Malta, Israel – Fox
Germany – Sport1
USA – BBC America
Poland – TVP
China – CCTV
Canada – Rogers Sportsnet
Croatia – Ravus
Russia – Match TV
Spain – MediaPro
Iceland – Syn FH
France & Romania – Eurosport
If you want to watch The William Hill World Darts Championship for free, the look for Sport1, a German Sports channel, available for free (ie no subscription) on the Astra 1 satellite at 19 east.
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