Draw Sheets

Official Draw Sheets

64-Draw Knockout Sheet For 64 double knockout, also print:
32-Draw Knockout Sheets
  • 8 sections
    (8, 16, 32-draw when 1, 2, or 4 players advance per section)
  • 4 sections
    (4, 8, 16, 32-draw when 1, 2, 4, or 8 players advance per section)
  • 2 sections
    (2, 4, 8, 16, 32-draw when 1, 2, 4, 8, or 16 players advance per section)

For 32 double knockout, also print:

Seeding Ranked Players into Round Robin Sheets

When players are to be seeded into Round Robin Sections, they are placed so that the highest seed always plays the lowest seed in the first round of the knockout, provided they finish in the anticipated order in the round robin. For example, if a tournament consisted of two sections with two players advancing from each section to a 4-person knockout draw, Seed 1 would play Seed 4 and Seed 2 would play Seed 3.

There are two methods of seeding players into Round Robin sections:

  • Electronically Automated Seeding - which provides a truly seeded draw which is challenging to perform by hand.
  • Snake Method - an inferior but acceptable process when access to a computer and MS Excel is not available.

Darts Alberta strongly encourages the use of the Electronically Automated Seeding process because:

  • It's faster than sorting out manually.
  • It's more accurate.
  • It provides a truly seeded draw that would be challenging to attempt if seeding manually.

You have a laptop at your event but no printer? Consider using the Automated Seeding process to determine the participants in each section, but simply handwrite the results from your laptop onto your round robin sheets.

Officiating Workshops Available

Darts Alberta offers an Officiating Certification Course for tournament organizers which provides a wealth of information on a variety of tournament aspects including how to complete round robin sheets, determining countbacks and how to run a knock-out draw.

Darts Alberta also now offers a stand-alone course on Electronically Automated Seeding for tournament organizers that took the Officiating Workshop in 2008 or earlier. This course is available on-line and provides step-by-step instructions on how to use the Electronically Automated Seeding files created by Darts Alberta and practical exercises to familiarize you with using the program. 

If you're interested in taking one of these workshops, contact the DA Administrator

If you are looking for other draw sheets not included on our website, contact the DA Tournament Director.