The 2022 Interwetten European Darts Open will take place from May 6-8 at the Ostermann Arena in Leverkusen, Germany.

Coverage will be streamed through DAZN for viewers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, via Sport1 in Germany and through PDCTV for subscribers in all other territories, as well as through bookmakers worldwide.

PDCTV Subscription options will include a £3.99 Event Pass & a £1.99 Day Pass.

2022 Interwetten European Darts Open
Tournament Draw Bracket - Second Round Onwards 

(1) Gerwyn Price v Mickey Mansell/Luke Woodhouse
(16) Nathan Aspinall v Karel Sedlacek
(8) Luke Humphries v Darren Penhall/Luc Peters
(9) Brendan Dolan v Andrew Gilding/Lukas Wenig
(4) Joe Cullen v Devon Petersen/Kevin Doets
(13) Dirk van Duijvenbode v Stephen Bunting/Maik Kuivenhoven
(5) Michael van Gerwen v Daryl Gurney/Kevin Burness
(12) Jonny Clayton v Rowby-John Rodriguez/Nico Kurz
(2) Peter Wright v Adam Gawlas/Scott Williams
(15) Krzysztof Ratajski v Josh Rock/Connor Scutt
(7) Dimitri Van den Bergh v Cameron Menzies/Ian White
(10) Rob Cross v Martin Schindler/Ritchie Edhouse
(3) Jose de Sousa v Dennis Nilsson/Martin Lukeman
(14) James Wade v Berry van Peer/Jermaine Wattimena
(6) Ryan Searle v Krzysztof Kciuk/Keane Barry
(11) Damon Heta v Dave Chisnall/Gabriel Clemens

Schedule of Play
Friday May 6
First Round
Afternoon Session (1300 local time, 1200 BST)

Luke Woodhouse 6-0 Mickey Mansell
Darren Penhall 6-0 Luc Peters
Dennis Nilsson 6-3 Martin Lukeman
Josh Rock 6-0 Connor Scutt
Scott Williams 6-5 Adam Gawlas
Krzysztof Kciuk 6-3 Keane Barry
Andrew Gilding 6-3 Lukas Wenig

Evening Session (1900 local time, 1800 BST)
Devon Petersen 6-5 Kevin Doets
Maik Kuivenhoven 6-5 Stephen Bunting
Daryl Gurney 6-5 Kevin Burness
Berry van Peer 6-4 Jermaine Wattimena
Cameron Menzies 6-3 Ian White
Martin Schindler 6-2 Ritchie Edhouse
Rowby-John Rodriguez 6-4 Nico Kurz
Dave Chisnall 6-3 Gabriel Clemens
NB: Karel Sedlacek receives Bye

Saturday May 7
Second Round
Afternoon Session (1300 local time, 1200 BST)

Josh Rock 6-2 Krzysztof Ratajski
Jose de Sousa 6-5 Dennis Nilsson
Dirk van Duijvenbode 6-1 Maik Kuivenhoven
Brendan Dolan 6-0 Andrew Gilding
Ryan Searle 6-2 Krzysztof Kciuk
Dimitri Van den Bergh 6-1 Cameron Menzies
James Wade 6-1 Berry van Peer
Joe Cullen 6-1 Devon Petersen

Evening Session (1900 local time, 1800 BST)
Luke Humphries 6-2 Darren Penhall
Nathan Aspinall 6-2 Karel Sedlacek
Gerwyn Price 6-4 Luke Woodhouse
Michael van Gerwen 6-3 Daryl Gurney
Scott Williams 6-4 Peter Wright
Jonny Clayton 6-2 Rowby-John Rodriguez
Martin Schindler 6-4 Rob Cross
Dave Chisnall 6-4 Damon Heta

Sunday May 8
Afternoon Session (1300 local time, 1200 BST)
Third Round

Nathan Aspinall 6-5 Gerwyn Price
Luke Humphries 6-4 Brendan Dolan
Dirk van Duijvenbode 6-3 Joe Cullen
Michael van Gerwen 6-4 Jonny Clayton
Josh Rock 6-2 Scott Williams
Dimitri Van den Bergh 6-4 Martin Schindler
James Wade 6-4 Jose de Sousa
Ryan Searle 6-5 Dave Chisnall

Evening Session (1900 local time, 1800 BST)
Luke Humphries 6-3 Nathan Aspinall
Michael van Gerwen 6-5 Dirk van Duijvenbode
Dimitri Van den Bergh 6-1 Josh Rock
James Wade 6-5 Ryan Searle

Michael van Gerwen 7-2 Luke Humphries
Dimitri Van den Bergh Bye (James Wade withdrew through illness)

Michael van Gerwen 8-5 Dimitri Van den Bergh

Sunday’s games played in Draw Bracket order

All games up to and including the quarter-finals are the best of 11 legs, with the semi-finals the best of 13 legs and the final the best of 15 legs.

Prize Fund  
Winner: £25,000
Runner-up: £10,000
Semi-Finalists: £6,500
Quarter-Finalists: £5,000
Last 16 losers: £3,000
Last 32 losers: £2,000
Last 48 losers: £1,000
Total: £140,000 
NB: Seeded players who lose their last 32 match in the event will not be credited with prize money on to the Order of Merit, ProTour Order of Merit or European Tour Order of Merit, however they shall still receive full prize money payment.

Imperious Michael van Gerwen collected a third PDC European Tour title of 2022 with a superb 8-5 win over Dimitri Van den Bergh in Sunday's Interwetten European Darts Open final in Leverkusen.

The Dutchman has already been victorious in Hildesheim and Graz this year - claiming the Austrian Darts Open title last weekend - and collected his 35th European Tour success in style.

Van Gerwen had seen off Daryl Gurney on Saturday, and overcame Cazoo Premier League rival Jonny Clayton in the third round to begin a superb day at the Ostermann-Arena.

He then prevailed in a decider against Dirk van Duijvenbode, who was punished for missing match darts in the last two legs of their quarter-final.

Van Gerwen gained revenge over Luke Humphries in the semi-finals for a defeat to the former World Youth Champion in the recent German Darts Grand Prix, averaging over 105 in a 7-2 win.

He then held off Van den Bergh's challenge - in the Belgian's bid for a first European Tour title - to scoop the £25,000 top prize and claim a third successive Leverkusen win.

An exciting final began as Van den Bergh broke with a 13-darter, but Van Gerwen replied in kind to level and also added an 11-darter as he moved 3-1 up.

Van den Bergh hit back to level at three-all and responded to a superb 164 checkout from Van Gerwen to take out 80 in leg eight.

Van Gerwen, though, found another gear to pull clear, hitting six perfect darts in a 12-darter in leg nine and then finding double four to move 6-4 up.

Three missed doubles allowed Van den Bergh in to win leg 11, but the Belgian then paid for missing two darts to level the tie as Van Gerwen posted double ten to restore his two-leg lead and double eight to seal the title.

"It was really hard and I'm glad I won," said Van Gerwen, who averaged 102.49 in the final.

"Dimitri is a phenomenal player, he always pushes me and he's a good player and a good guy. Sometimes he's a bit naive but I like him, and I think he's good for darts.

"The crowd today were phenomenal and I can't wish for anything more. It's always amazing in Leverkusen."

Van den Bergh ended German hopes in the event with a 6-4 third round win over Martin Schindler, and finished six doubles from seven attempts in a brilliant 6-1 quarter-final win over Josh Rock.

He was then given a bye into his first European Tour final after James Wade withdrew ahead of their semi-final through illness.

Wade had produced some superb form throughout the weekend, and defeated Jose de Sousa and Ryan Searle on Sunday.

Humphries overcame Brendan Dolan in the third round and then averaged almost 108 to see off Nathan Aspinall in the quarter-finals, before Van Gerwen ended his bid for a second European Tour title.

Northern Irish prospect Rock saw off Scott Williams in the third round to reach his first European Tour quarter-final, ending an impressive weekend.

The PDC European Tour continues from May 13-15 with the Gambrinus Czech Darts Open in Prague. Coverage will be streamed through DAZN in Germany, Austria & Switzerland and via PDCTV in all other territories.