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Adam Warner (darts player)

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Adam Warner
Personal information
Full nameAdam Warner
Born (1997-05-05) 5 May 1997 (age 27)[1]
Home townSheffield, England
Darts information
Walk-on musicCan't Take My Eyes Off You by Frankie Valli
Organisation (see split in darts)
(Tour Card: 2023-)
Current world rankingScript error: No such module "DartsRankings".
PDC premier events - best performances
UK OpenLast 128: 2023

Adam Warner (born 5 May 1997) is an English professional darts player who plays in Professional Darts Corporation (PDC).[2][3]

He won his PDC Tour Card at 2023 UK Q-School.[4]


Warner qualified for the 2022 UK Open via the Riley's UK Open Qualifier in Liverpool. He lost 6–3 to Lukas Wenig in the first round.[5]

On 15 January 2023, he won a two-year PDC Tour Card by finishing sixth the UK Q-School Order of Merit.[6]

At the 2023 UK Open he won his first round match 6–2 against Andy Jenkins. He eventually lost to Ross Montgomery 6–5 in the second round.[7]

On 18 February 2023 Warner reached the last 16 of Players Championship 3, where he lost 6–3 to Josh Rock. This qualified him for the German Darts Grand Prix.[8]

On 9 April 2023 he missed 3 match darts against world number 1 Michael Smith in the second round of the German Darts Grand Prix. Smith would win the game 6–5.[9]


  1. "Adam Warner - Mastercaller".
  2. "Adam Warner - Mastercaller".
  3. "Spotlight on Adam Warner. From ADC to PDC". Amateur Darts Circuit.
  4. "PDC Tour Card Holders | PDC".
  5. "Results of UK Open 2022 - Mastercaller".
  6. "UK Q-School Final Stage Live Order of Merit".
  7. "UK Open Darts 2023 | Draw, Live Scores and Schedule of Play - LiveDarts".
  8. "Players Championship 3-4".
  9. "Super Six Sensational Smith Interwetten German Darts Grand Prix".

External Links[edit]

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