Announcements – September 2020

University Darts UK

Announcements – September 2020

Target Sponsorship

We are pleased to announce that Target Darts have agreed to extend their sponsorship deal with us as our main sponsors for the new season.

University Affiliation

We believe by now that we have been in contact with all societies; but if your University is interested in registering to play in our events & leagues, please head to the Join UDUK page on the website, new Universities welcome!

Player Registration for 20/21 Season

Player registration is officially OPEN:
Student/Staff Registration form for 20/21 – HERE
Alumni Registration form for 20/21 – HERE

All players can be in with the chance of entering our giveaway, and winning these official Target prizes:
Rob Cross darts
Tony O’Shea darts
Nathan Aspinall shirt

To be entered, all you need to do is agree to data share with us when completing your form. Winners will be announced in the coming weeks.

There will also be a bottle of Double Trouble Gin up for grabs for any team that signs 10+ players before the end of October, from our friends at Double Trouble.

League Updates

As it stands, it’s still looking unlikely leagues will be able to go ahead until January 2021. This is subject to change, and we will keep you updated.

Event Updates

It is also looking unlikely that any events will be able to be held before January 2021 either.

Online Darts

We have spoken to the people behind Online Darts and they have agreed to help us promote our network and events so please do head over and check them out!

Hall of Fame Induction

Photo of Rich Forsyth

Rich Forsyth

Inducted as a Pillar of the Community

University of Nottingham

An active member of the community for many years; including being a UDUK committee member as a League Secretary for the biggest division in UDUK’s history.
Rich is known to everyone in the community. He is not just a top player that regularly gets far in tournaments and is likely to be seen on the stage, but he has also helped out wherever he can and to anyone that asks.


These are stressful and trying timings for everyone, through the wonders of technology we are still able to talk to each other and some of us even play the sport we love. However, if you are struggling, please remember that most university welfare teams are still running and you can reach out to them to talk. If you want to speak to someone outside of the university networks then there is also the Samaritans, who can be reached on 116 123.


As usual if you have any questions or are looking for support with any issues involving university darts then please reach out to the UDUK Committe and we will do what we can to help