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The World Darts Federation (WDF) was formed in 1976, by representatives of fifteen nations. Membership is open to the official National organizing body for Darts, in all nations.
Currently, the WDF has over 250,000 playing members - including male, female, youth and physically challenged players of all ability levels - in 64 nations, across six continents. The WDF recognizes English as its official language and the U.S. dollar, as its common currency.

In 2007, the WDF was accepted as a member of the General Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF) with a 79% vote in favour. This means that the WDF is officially recognised as the worldwide governing body for darts.

Incorporated in the USA as a worldwide federation of Darts bodies, the WDF is administered by six elected Executive officers, who serve on a volunteer basis. General Membership Meetings are held bi-annually, at the site of the WDF World Cup. During alternate years, WDF Conferences are convened, in England. Three Regional Councils (Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe) operate under the auspice of the WDF.
Since 1977, the WDF has organized a bi-annual World Cup, during odd-numbered years. The WDF Women^s World Cup was added in 1983, followed by the WDF Youth World Cup, in 1999.
During even-numbered years, the WDF Americas Cup, the WDF Asia-Pacific Cup and the WDF Europe Cup are staged by their respective Regional Councils, and the Europe Cup Youth is coordinated, annually, by the WDF European Darts Council.
Each year, the organization compiles its official WDF Player Rankings, based on achievements in 55 National, Regional and World Ranked events, staged by the WDF and its Member Darts Bodies.
For additional information, visit the official WDF website at:

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