2020 PDC Tour Cards
The up to date PDC Tour Cards for 2020
Following the conclusion of the 2020 PDC UK Qualifying Schools in Wigan and Hildesheim, the 128 PDC Tour Card Holders for the 2020 campaign will be confirmed.
Ahead of the European and UK Qualifying Schools in January, a total of (31) Tour Cards will be up for grabs at the events in Hildesheim and Wigan. At the completion of the 2019/20 William Hill World Championship the top 64 eligible players on the PDC Order of Merit will be known and those 64 will retain their Tour Cards for one year.
2020 PDC Tour Cards:
- Top 64 on PDC OoM following the William Hill World Championship
- Tour Card winners from 2019 Q-School (Into second year)
- The top two players from the 2019 Development Tour Order of Merit
- The top two players from the 2018 Development Tour Order of Merit
- The top two players from the 2019 Challenge Tour Order of Merit
- The top two players from the 2018 Challenge Tour Order of Merit
(64) Top 64 PDC OoM following William Hill World Championship
Michael van Gerwen, Peter Wright, Gerwyn Price, Rob Cross, Michael Smith, Gary Anderson, Daryl Gurney, Nathan Aspinall, James Wade, Dave Chisnall, Ian White, Mensur Suljovic, Adrian Lewis, Simon Whitlock, Joe Cullen, Jonny Clayton, Stephen Bunting, Krzysztof Ratajski, Chris Dobey, Jeffrey de Zwaan, Mervyn King, Glen Durrant, Jermaine Wattimena, Max Hopp, Steve Beaton, Darren Webster, Danny Noppert, Ricky Evans, Dimitri Van den Bergh, Keegan Brown, John Henderson, Steve West, Vincent van der Voort, Brendan Dolan, Luke Humphries, Kim Huybrechts, William O’Connor, James Wilson, Gabriel Clemens, Steve Lennon, Kyle Anderson, Ryan Joyce, Josh Payne, Ryan Searle, Cristo Reyes, Ron Meulenkamp, Jamie Hughes, Ross Smith, Jelle Klaasen, Martin Schindler, Darius Labanauskas, Richard North, Benito van de Pas, Justin Pipe, Jan Dekker, Jamie Lewis, Mickey Mansell, Luke Woodhouse, Devon Petersen, Robert Thornton, Jose de Sousa, Matthew Edgar, Toni Alcinas, Simon Stevenson.
(25) Tour Card winners from 2019 Q-School (2nd Year)
Players from original list who are now in the top 64 taken off list (Jamie Hughes/Glen Durrant/Jose de Sousa/Darious Labanauskas)
Harry Ward, Scott Baker, Mark McGeeney, Reece Robinson, Matt Clark, Nathan Derry, Kirk Shepherd, Jonathan Worsley, Carl Wilkinson, Gavin Carlin, Joe Murnan, Adrian Gray, Andy Boulton, David Pallett, Conan Whitehead, Barrie Bates, Niels Zonneveld, Mike van Duivenbode, Christian Bunse, Madars Razma, Marko Kantele, Yordi Meeuwisse, Vincent van der Meer, John Michael, Maik Kuivenhoven
(31) Tour Card winners from the 2020 Q-School
Harald Leitinger, Mike de Decker, Karel Sedlacek, Steffen Siepmann, Dirk van Duijvenbode, Wesley Harms, Derk Telnekes, Martijn Kleermaker, Daniel Larsson, Boris Krcmar, Krzysztof Kciuk.
Kai Fan Leung, Jason Lowe, Gary Blades, Bradley Brooks, Jeff Smith, Aaron Beeney, Nick Kenny, Scott Waites, Peter Jacques, Damon Heta, Andy Hamilton, Alan Tabern, Wayne Jones, William Borland, Adam Hunt, Ryan Murray, Martin Atkins (Wigan), Steve Brown, Darren Penhall, Lisa Ashton.
(2) The top two players from the 2018 DTOoM (2nd Year)
Geert Nentjes, Rowdy-John Rodriguez
(2) The current top two players from the 2019 DTOoM
Ryan Meikle, Ciaran Teehan
(2) The top two players from the 2018 CTOoM (2nd Year)
Michael Barnard, Ted Evetts
(2) The current top two players from the 2019 CTOoM
Callan Rydz, Jesus Noguera