Having enjoyed a return to a full programme of events in 2022, the PDC European Tour will again see 13 tournaments taking place across the continent in 2023, starting with a debut in Kiel, Germany next month.
There will be eight European Tour events staged in Germany, along with visits to the Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Hungary and the Czech Republic.
The Host Nation Qualifiers for ET1-ET4 will take place from February 10-12 in Hildesheim, with the first five Associate Member Qualifiers also set to be held at Halle 39 next month.
The East Europe Qualifiers for ET1-ET4 will take place from February 11-12 in Budapest with the dates and locations of the remaining East Europe Qualifiers to be announced in due course.
Players with the following nationalities are eligible to enter: Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, North Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo.
Riesa in Germany will play host to Associate Member Qualifiers for ET6-ET8 on March 29-30, before Host Nation Qualifiers for ET5-ET8 will be held the day before each event gets underway.
The remaining Associate Member Qualifiers for ET9-ET13 will then take place from May 19-21 in Hildesheim, along with Host Nation Qualifiers for ET9-ET11.
The Host Nation Qualifier for the last European Tour event of 2023 in Hildesheim will be played on October 12, while the Hungarian Host Nation Qualifier is scheduled for the first half of August (an exact date will be announced in due course).
2023 PDC European Tour – Host Nation & Associate Member Qualifier Dates
HNQ1/AMQ1 Kiel + HNQ2/AMQ2 Leverkusen – February 10, Hildesheim, Germany
HNQ3/AMQ3 Riesa + HNQ4/AMQ4 Munich – February 11, Hildesheim, Germany
EEQ1 Kiel + EEQ2 Leverkusen – February 11, Budapest, Hungary
AMQ5 Graz – February 12, Hildesheim, Germany
EEQ3 Riesa + EEQ4 Munich – February 12, Budapest, Hungary
AMQ6 Leeuwarden + AMQ7 Wieze – March 29, Riesa, Germany
AMQ8 Prague – March 30, Riesa, Germany
HNQ5 Graz – April 20, Graz, Austria
HNQ6 Leeuwarden – April 27, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
HNQ7 Wieze – May 4, Lebbeke, Belgium
HNQ8 Prague – May 11, Prague, Czech Republic
HNQ 9 + AMQ 9 Sindelfingen – May 19, Hildesheim, Germany
HNQ10/AMQ10 Trier + HNQ11/AMQ11 Jena – May 20, Hildesheim, Germany
AMQ12 Budapest + AMQ13 Hildesheim – May 21, Hildesheim, Germany
HNQ12 Budapest – August (exact date tbd), Budapest, Hungary
HNQ13 Hildesheim – October 12, Hildesheim, Germany
Players that have not yet participated in a PDC competition will have to register before being able to enter any tournaments.