Team Unicorn

Team Unicorn

Team Unicorn is without doubt the finest team of international darts players in the world containing more major tournament wins and winners than any other. It is perhaps the greatest recommendation of the brand that so many great professionals use and promote Unicorn Darts.

World Champions

World Champions

Team Unicorn 2018 boasts 4 World Champions. Our World Champions are, back to back 2015 and 2016 Champion Gary Anderson, plus John Lowe, Bob Anderson and John Part, who recently returned to the Unicorn family.

World Champions

Premier

Premier

Premier is the Elite grouping of Unicorn PDC Premier League players just a heartbeat away from World Champion status. The 2017 list comprises James Wade, Michael Smith & Kim Huybrechts.

Premier

Maestro

Maestro

Ian White & Jamie Caven are Unicorn Maestros for 2017, a select pairing in a class of their own. They are both excellent darts professionals at the top of their game game, but just lacking Premier League status or a World Championship title. However, 2018 could be their year.

Maestro

Contender

Contender

Ted Evetts has now joined the new look 2017 Contenders, which is also featuring Chris Dobey, Dimitri van den Bergh, Ronny Huybrechts, Kyle Anderson, Joe Cullen, Deven Petersen and Keegan Brown. These 8 players are exactly what they’re called; professionals establishing their careers in darts, snapping at the heels of the established players and likely to surprise many with their skill, dedication and 'can do' enthusiasm. They know no fear and major titles are theirs for the taking.

Contender

Global

Global

Global now includes 8 great darts personalities from all round the world and at different stages of their careers. More than anything else, this shows Unicorn’s commitment to darts throughout the world and to all dart players everywhere. Players of all levels, not just those at the very top, can make a valuable contribution to their chosen sport and Global gives Unicorn a chance to support these players. Adam Hunt (England) has now joined Global, joining Amit Gilitwala (India) Madars Razma (Latvia), Krzysztof Kciuk (Poland), Michael Rosenauer (Germany), Nandor Bezzeg (Hungary), Yuanjun Liu (China) & Veronika Koroleva (Russia).

Global

Generation 180

Generation 180

Launched in 2007 Generation 180 is specifically for Academy and junior players, who are the future of the sport. This typifies Unicorn’s absolute long term commitment to the grass roots game. The 2017 Generation 180 line-up now includes Craig Reeves and Nico Blum, who join Jack Warner, Shane Reidy and Adam Paxton. Other categories beware.

Generation 180

Next Generation

Next Generation

From over 70 video applicants, players were chosen to attend the Next Generation Finals Day at our showroom in Nottingham, where they were put through their paces by World Champion Gary Anderson, former World Youth Champion Michael Smith, seven-time PDC ranking event winner Jamie Caven and top referee Russ Bray. Aged 17 and from Bury St Edmunds, Morgan Smith made his debut on the PDC Unicorn Development Tour this year; 17-year-old Jordan Boyce from Co Donegal, Ireland, is a former BDO World Youth runner-up; and 20-year-old Surrey-based Connor Scutt has also played on the Development Tour since 2014.

Next Generation

Media

Media

This section comprises Russ Bray and Gordon Shumway. Top referee Russ Bray has one of the most recognisable voices in the world of darts and 'The Voice' is part of the most recognisable brand in the world of darts. From Germany, Gordon Shumway is a top referee and commentator and brings an added international element to Team Unicorn.

Media