Grand Slam of Darts 2021: draw, schedule, results, prize money - and how to watch PDC tournament on TV

Fallon Sherrock is making history at the Cazoo Grand Slam of Darts 2021 event which is currently being held in Wolverhampton

World number 1 Gerwyn Price is through to last 16 at Grand Slam of Darts

The Cazoo Grand Slam of Darts 2021 got underway on 13 November 2021 and has already seen history be made with British player Fallon Sherrock becoming the first female player to reach the last 16 of the event.

The fans have once again returned to the event after last year’s event was played behind closed doors in 2020.

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Jose De Sousa became the sixth player to win the event in 2020 after he beat James Wade to lift the Eric Bristow Trophy and win his first major title.

Fallon Sherrock will face Mensur Suljovic in her last 16 match on Thursday

The World number one Gerwyn Price has returned to the action and will hope that the return of the fans as well as the return to Wolverhampton will help him achieve the success he saw in 2018 and 2019.

The final of the event is due to take place on Sunday 21 November 2021.

Here is all the information on the Grand Slam of Darts 2021 event.

When is the Grand Slam of Darts 2021?

The competition is taking place from Saturday 13 November 2021 and will conclude on Sunday 21 November 2021.

Jose de Sousa won the event in 2020

Where is the Grand Slam of Darts 2021 being held?

The event is being held at the Aldersley Leisure Village in Wolverhampton, England.

What are the important dates of the Grand Slam of Darts 2021?

First Round Matches:

  • Saturday 13 November
  • Sunday 14 November
  • Monday 15 November
  • Tuesday 16 November

Last 16:

  • Wednesday 17 November
  • Thursday 18 November 

Quarter final matches:

  • Friday 19 November
  • Saturday 20 November

Semi final:

  • Sunday 21 November (1pm GMT)

Final:

  • Sunday 21 November (7pm GMT) 

The afternoon sessions begin at 1pm GMT while the evening sessions all start at 7pm GMT.

Grand Slam of Darts draw

Group A

  • Gerwyn Price
  • Krzysztof Ratajski
  • Martin Schindler
  • Nathan Rafferty

Group B

  • Jonny Clayton
  • Mervyn King
  • Bradley Brooks
  • European Development Tour Champion

Group C

  • James Wade
  • Rob Cross
  • Boris Krcmar
  • Jim Williams

Group D

  • Chris Dobey
  • Stephen Bunting
  • Ryan Joyce
  • Rowby-John Rodriguez
Fallon Sherrock factfile. (Graphic: Mark Hall / JPIMedia)

Group E

  • Peter Wright
  • Gabriel Clemens
  • Mike De Decker
  • Fallon Sherrock

Group F

  • Jose de Sousa
  • Luke Humphries
  • Mensur Suljovic
  • Matt Campbell

Group G

  • Michael van Gerwen
  • Joe Cullen 
  • John Henderson
  • Lisa Ashton

Group H

  • Gary Anderson
  • Michael Smith
  • Raymond van Barneveld
  • Joe Davis

The names in bold indicate those who have made it through to the last 16 of the tournament.

Who will play in the last 16?

Wednesday 17 November

  • Ryan Joyce v Rob Cross
  • James Wade v Rowby-John Rodriguez
  • Gerwyn Price v Bradley Brooks
  • Jonny Clayton v Nathan Rafferty

Thursday 18 November

  • Michael Smith v Joe Cullen
  • Peter Wright v Jose de Sousa
  • Mensur Suljovic v Fallon Sherrock
  • Michael van Gerwen v Gary Anderson

What is the prize money for the Grand Slam of Darts?

The winner of the event is set to make £125,000 with the runner up taking home £65,000. Semi-finalists will earn £40,000 and quarter-finalists will make £20,000 from the event.

Those who make it to the last 16 will take away £10,000, while those in the group stages will earn £7,500 and £4,000 for respective third and fourth place group finishes.

Players who won their group will also earn an additional £3,500 bonus.

How to watch the Grand Slam of Darts 2021

All of the action is available to watch on Sky Sports Arena. It is also available to stream through the Sky Sports app and website.

NOW TV passes are also available to purchase starting from £9.99/month. The first month of subscription is free.

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