Paddy Power Champions League of Darts – Saturday Afternoon Session

Doors Open at 12:15

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The Morningside Arena in Leicester will host the BBC-televised tournament on October 19-20 as the world’s top eight stars compete across two days.

Reigning champion Gary Anderson is set to defend his title, with his rivals on track to include world number one Michael van Gerwen, 2018 finalist Peter Wright and former World Champion Rob Cross.

The eight players – confirmed following July’s World Matchplay – are initially split into two groups of four for the opening three sessions, which see the group rivals meet once before the top two players from each group progress to the semi-finals and final.

The Priority Sale period will begin on Tuesday March 19 (1000 GMT) via SeeTickets, and be open to fans who have a PDCTV-HD Annual Subscription at 1200 GMT on Thursday March 14.

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Fans who previously signed up to the Champions League of Darts mailing list will have the opportunity to purchase tickets on Wednesday March 20 (1000 GMT).

Tickets will then go on General Sale on Thursday March 21 (1000 GMT).

Tickets are limited to six per session for Table Tickets.

2019 Paddy Power Champions League of Darts
Saturday October 19
Afternoon Session (1315 Start)

4x Group Matches
Table Seat Tickets £26
Tiered Seat Tickets £21

Tickets are sold subject to standard PDC Terms & Conditions as displayed at www.pdc.tv/tickets.

Saturday Afternoon – Buy Tickets

#MorningsideMemories – John Bishop stars at Arena’s 1st comedy show

The Arena added its name to the list of great venues across Leicester on the comedy circuit by hosting the excellent John Bishop in February 2018.

Bishop’s ‘Winging It’ tour made a welcome stop at the Arena and provided laughter aplenty courtesy of one of the country’s best loved comedians.

In the words of Bishop himself on his personal Twitter account, the Liverpudlian “popped the (comedy) cherry” of the Arena with a “great crowd & great staff” and that it may become a “regular venue”.

This show opened the venue up to a new audience and the prospect of more comedy in the future… Bill Bailey and his ‘Larks in Transit’ tour is next up in June 2019! Tickets available HERE!