Vegro The Hague European Championships Disability Darts

Friday, 8 May 2020 – Sunday, 10 May 2020


On Friday May 8, we will also play a pairs tournament. You can choose a fellow disabled player form your own country to team up with and can form a standing-standing, wheelchair-wheelchair or standing-wheelchair pair. The registration costs are 30 euro per pair. The prize money is equal to that of the other tournaments during this event. You can register HERE.


The hotel we will be residing is Hotel NH Noordwijk Conference Centre Leeuwenhorst, Langelaan 3, 2211 XT Noordwijkerhout. This is a half hour drive from the venue and we will have coaches driving us in the morning and evening. The room rate is a bit higher, but the net price for the players will stay the same.


This also means that we will play all matches in the Lourdeskerk at The Hague (Scheveningen), so dinner will be in the same restaurant we had dinner last year: Santos and if very busy also Rodizio. This will be a three course dinner with two drinks for a bit lower price than we had in our first offer. Of course, players who already paid, will be reimbursed for the difference.

We also took out the WDDA logo and references, by their request. Something to do with politics and we don’t do politics, we organize tournaments for disabled players and we love just doing it. As a result, we were no longer kept to their maximum prize money and increased it. Off course we did!


Dear disability darts player,

We hereby invite you to the Vegro The Hague European Championships Disability Darts 2020 (VTHECDD), played under the jurisdiction of the NDB and according to the rules and regulations of the World Darts Federation (WDF).

The Vegro The Hague European Championships Disability Darts 2020 will be held from

May 8, 9 and 10 at

Berkenbosch Blokstraat 9a
2586 HD Den Haag, Holland

The Stichting Haagse Sportstimulering voor Gehandicapten guarantees a total prize money of € 3.000,00 for the tournament, as per the rules and regulations of the WDF. There will be separate tournaments for national teams as well as for sitting and for standing players.

The breakdown of the prize money is as follows:
Winner € 750 (x4)
Runner Up € 500 (x4)
Third place € 250 (x8)

According to the European tax rules, players will not be subject to withholding tax on the prize money. The prize money has to be made part of the income on your tax filing.
The organization is obliged to file a valid identification card or passport (copy), with indication of name, address and paid amounts from each player.
Don’t forget to bring a copy of your passport, otherwise the prize money will not be transferred to your bank account.

If you have a legal business company, you can avoid income tax by sending us a legal invoice for the total amount.