From January 12-15, the final stage of the Q-School will take place in Niedernhausen and Milton Keynes. Hereby the remaining round cards are dealt to the PDC circle.
In recent days, darts players have competed for a place in the final stage, where some players have already been placed automatically. The final stage of the European Q School takes place in Niedernhausen. Of the 128 participants in the event, 45 came from the Netherlands, according to statistician Philip Wolf.
Germany also has a rich representation this week. In total there are 33 Germany in the final stage. Belgium also has many names in battle, which are twelve. In addition, players from Austria (6), Spain (5), Poland (4), Denmark (4), Czech Republic (4), Sweden (2), Portugal (2), France (2), Switzerland (2) ). United States (1), Latvia (1), Luxembourg (1), Lithuania (1), Hungary (1), Croatia (1) and Finland (1).
In the British version in Milton Keynes, England is of course the provider of the royal family. Of the 128 participants, there are at least eighty players of English nationality.
Scotland and Wales have fifteen players, followed by Ireland with seven, and Northern Ireland with five. The United States has two players remaining, while Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong and New Zealand have one player remaining.
Striking details: The United States is the only country that has a participant in both schools. This is not surprising, because players from outside Europe were allowed to choose whether they participated in Milton Keynes or Niedernhausen.
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