Darts fans to be welcomed back for World Championships at Ally Pally but NO fancy dress and NO chanting
A limited number of fans will be able to return for the World Darts Championship at the Alexandra Palace that starts this month.
The event will feature 96 players competing across 16 days, finishing with the final on January 3.
The lifting of the national lockdown has seen a return to the tier system with spectators allowed back for both indoor and outdoor events.
London is in tier 2, meaning up to 1,000 people can attend the famous event at the Ally Pally – but there will be restrictions.
Only fans who live in tier 1 and 2 areas across the UK will be able to book a table of up to four people, who must also be in the same household or support bubble.
The venue will also adhere to social distancing measures with food and drink served directly to table.
Anyone who turns up in fancy dress will not be allowed entry – but Christmas jumpers have been given thumbs up.
Football-style chanting will also not be permitted, although encouragement of the players will be allowed.
Tickets in the Priority Sale period from 12pm on Thursday, December 3 will be available for PDCTV Annual Subscribers, who have an active Annual Subscription (one payment per year, not a Monthly Subscription) at 2pm on Wednesday, December 2.
All remaining tickets will then go on General Sale from 12pm on Friday, December 4, and will also be sold through SeeTickets.
Ticket prices will range from £160 to £280.