Welcome to the Edmonton City Dart League Association (ECDLA) Webiste.

The Edmonton City Dart League was founded in 1946 and is Edmonton’s longest running darts league. It is a Darts Alberta Adult Member League that consists of teams between 3 and 5 players. Teams can be made up of all male players, all female players or a mix of both male and female players. The teams are put into sections based on the number of teams registered and skill level. Teams play games of Double In/Double Out (DIDO) 501. There are two main formats which are played: Super League Format and Premier League Format. All league matches begin at 7:30pm on Thursday evenings during the regular season as well as during special events and playoffs.

SUPER FORMAT

The Super League Format is played as follows:

     There is a total of 21 points allocated each night of play.

          Team: Three (3) games of 501, double in, double out. Three (3) players to play three (3) players of the opposing team. Substitution players are allowed after each game. Strict rotation is to be maintained. The new player must take the position of the player being replaced. One (1) point is awarded per game won. Total points – 3 or 5

          Doubles: Nine (9) games of 501, double in, double out. Three (3) players to play three (3) opposing players in doubles combinations in a round robin format. No substitution of players are allowed. One (1) point is awarded per game won. Total points – 9

          Singles: Nine (9) games of 501, double in, double out. Three (3) players to play one (1) game against all three (3) players from the opposing team in a round robin format (all players of one team play all players of the other team). No substitution of players are allowed. One (1) point is awarded per game won. Total points – 9 

The Edmonton City Dart League was founded in 1946 and is Edmonton’s longest running darts league. It is a Darts Alberta Adult Member League that consists of teams between 3 and 5 players. Teams can be made up of all male players, all female players or a mix of both male and female players. The teams are put into sections based on the number of teams registered and skill level. Teams play games of Double In/Double Out (DIDO) 501. There are two main formats which are played: Super League Format and Premier League Format. All league matches begin at 7:30pm on Thursday evenings during the regular season as well as during special events and playoffs.

PREMIER FORMAT

The Premier League Format is played as follows:

     There is a total of 60 points allocated each night of play.

          Team: Five (5) games of 501, double in, double out. Three (3) players to play three (3) players of the opposing team. Substitution of players are allowed after each game. Strict rotation is to be maintained. The new player must take the position of the player being replaced. Three (3) point is awarded per game won. Total points – 15

          Doubles: Nine (9) games of 501, double in, double out. Three (3) players to play three (3) opposing players in doubles combinations in a round robin format. No substitution of players are allowed. Two (2) point is awarded per game won. Total points – 18          

          Singles: 27 games of 501, double in, double out. Three (3) players play one (1) set of three (3) games against each of the three (3) players from the opposing team. No substitution of players are allowed. One point is awarded per game won. Total points – 27 

Edmonton City Dart League Association: Homepage

Greetings, dart enthusiasts and welcome to the Edmonton City Dart League Association! ECDLA is a darts member league consisting of talented mixed teams of players of all skill levels taking their chance and finding their way to the centre of the board! 

Edmonton City Dart League Association: About us

We are Edmonton’s oldest running dart league founded in 1946. Our teams specialize in the DIDO format, also known as the double in double out wherein the player must score a double to start and finish in a double to exactly the “0” target point. 

ECDLA is scheduled to play every Thursday nights throughout the winter dart season in Alberta. If you are interested to watch our game, you can catch us at Klondike open dart tournament here at Edmonton Alberta.

Our team specializes in single plays, doubles, and triples. For each of our team, we have a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 members. Watch as each of our representatives for the skill levelled ranked divisions conquer the board and hit the bullseye!

Edmonton City Dart League Association: New teams

If you think you and your friends have what it takes to conquer the field of tactics, then you are welcome to drop by and form your own team in the league. 

Edmonton City Dart League Association: Special announcements

The Edmonton City Dart League and Edmonton Oil Kings are excited to announce our first ever, and hopefully annual, Dart Night! The event will take place in the South Club at Rexall Place on Friday, March 11th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 

We will be setting up dart boards where players of all ages will be able to play in a modified “Dart Jitney” organized by our dear club president, Cory Bowen. Along with the fun and exciting games, we will also be giving out prizes for the best dart players out there! 

It will be a fun-filled night for everyone. The bar will also be open for players to purchase a beverage of their choice so please bring your IDs at the location. Of course, no event is fun without the presence of food so we worked out a special meal offer with Northlands for those who bought pre-purchase tickets.

Tickets for the Jitney and Oil Kings game are only $17 each including tax. If you want to avail our meal option, you can pay an additional $12.25 upon purchase of the ticket. We only have a maximum capacity of 200 people for the event so please book early to secure your spot! Don’t miss out and be part of the crowd here at Edmonton City Dart League Association.