The BAUHAUS Dutch Open Darts is the largest and most enjoyable darts tournament in the world, to which everyone, from young to old and from amateur to professional, can compete. It is an event of the Dutch darts association and guarantees three days of fun, party and lots of darts. Participate and register quickly!

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NEWS
23 October 2020
De Dutch Open Darts 2021, die plaats zou vinden op 5,6 en 7 februari gaat definitief niet door. Het grootste open dartsevenement ter wereld wordt verplaatst naar 3, 4 en 5 september. Dit heeft uiteraard alles te maken met de coronacrisis.
15 September 2020
Registration for the Dutch Open Darts 2021 will not open on October the 1st 2020 due to the covid-19 pandemic. The registration has been postponed to an as yet unknown date. Whether the largest darts tournament in the world can be organized next year is also uncertain.
3 February 2020
The final of the womens singles tournament is a Double Dutch. Aileen de Graaf and Anca Zijlstra will face each other on the main stage of the Dutch open.
PROGRAM
January 31, 2020

The Bonte Wever will open at 8:30 am. As a player you must have your player card PRINTED with you during the event. The barcode on your player card must be scanned at the entrance and this is your admission ticket. Showing your player card from a telephone is therefore NOT possible.

Admission tickets are available during the event for spectators at the entrance of De Bonte Wever.

Friday € 5.00 (while stocks last)

The mens pair tournament will start at 10.30am and the semi-finals will take place around 6.30pm. The pairs finals will be played on Sunday on the podium.

The womens pair tournament will start at 10.30am and the semi-finals will take place around 6.30pm. The pairs finals will be played on Sunday on the podium.

For the first time, the WDDA Winmau World Championship will be hosted by the Dutch Darts Association (NDB) during the Dutch Darts Open. A total of 32 players from all over the world will participate in this tournament. On Fridaynight the final will be streamed for free on Winmau TV.

The partytent will close at 06.00pm.

February 1, 2020

The Bontewever will open at 8:30 am. As a player you must have your player card PRINTED with you during the event. The barcode on your player card must be scanned at the entrance and this is your admission ticket. Showing your player card from a telephone is therefore NOT possible.

Admission tickets are available during the event for spectators at the entrance of De Bonte Wever.

Saturday € 6.50 (while stocks last)

The mens's singles tournament will start at 10.00am. The last 64 men continue to Sunday.

The ladies singletournament will start at 10.00 am. The last 2 ladies will continue on Sunday. This means that only the ladies singles final and ladies pairs semi-finals and final will take place on Sunday

The paradart tournament will be finished in its entirety on the Saturday day. The final will be played around 6.30 pm.

The partytent will close at 6.00 pm.

February 2, 2020

The Bontewever will open at 8:30 am. As a player you must have your player card PRINTED with you during the event. The barcode on your player card must be scanned at the entrance and this is your admission ticket. Showing your player card from a telephone is therefore NOT possible.

Admission tickets are available during the event for spectators at the entrance of De Bonte Wever.

Sunday € 7.50 (while stocks last)

The youth tournament will be finished in its entirety on the Sunday. The finals are played on stage.

For the men, the first matches of the last 64 to the quarter finals are played. The semi-finals and final are played on stage.

From 12 pm the final room is freely accessible to anyone with a player card or access card.

Pairs final Women
Pairs final Men
Semi final Woman
Semi final Men
Final Girls
Final Aspirants
Final Junior
Final Women
Final Men

All matches will be played after on another.

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