Fans can now secure their tickets to see the world's top darts stars in Wolverhampton, with the Grand Slam of Darts confirmed to return to WV Active Aldersley in November (11 to 19).

The annual 9 day event sees 32 top stars competing for the Eric Bristow Trophy in an action packed tournament which begins with a group stage before playing down to a winner from the knockout last 16 onwards.

Michael Smith won last year's Grand Slam at Aldersley and has since gone on to become World Champion and the number one ranked player in the sport.

His rivals for the Grand Slam title this year will include Premier League champion Michael van Gerwen, 3 time Grand Slam winner Gerwyn Price, 2023 Masters winner Chris Dobey and UK Open champion Andrew Gilding.

2022 runner up Nathan Aspinall and former World Champion Rob Cross have also qualified already - with finalists from TV events across a 12 month period guaranteed a spot.

Tickets are on general sale now at Grand Slam of Darts Tickets and Dates, with full information and T&Cs available at PDC.  

Shuttle buses will run from Wolverhampton city centre to Aldersley Leisure Village at intervals before each session. Shuttle Bus start times and locations will be communicated nearer to the event. The bus will also return to the city centre at regular intervals after each session.

City of Wolverhampton Council Cabinet Member for Visitor City, Councillor Bhupinder Gakhal, said: “We’re looking forward to the Grand Slam of Darts returning to Aldersley later this year. The PDC are excited to be back and, as always, we will work closely with them to make this event a huge success and welcome visitors from across the country.

“Wolverhampton is the spiritual home of the Grand Slam of Darts and we’re proud to welcome the best darts players in the world and their fantastic, passionate fans who create an amazing, fun atmosphere. 

“This event remains a firm part of our strategy to bring the very best in art, music and sport to the city to boost the local economy, create new jobs and build an outstanding cultural reputation. Recent events like the official reopening of The Halls Wolverhampton and the return of Wolverhampton Pride bringing thousands of visitors to the city are testament to that.”