Players Championship 11 06/11 11:30 57 Mario Vandenbogaerde v Owen Roelofs 6-4
Players Championship 10 05/07 12:05 57 Andy Boulton v Mario Vandenbogaerde 5-6
Players Championship 9 05/06 11:30 57 Shane McGuirk v Mario Vandenbogaerde 5-6
Players Championship 8 04/09 12:05 57 Michael Smith v Mario Vandenbogaerde 6-3
Players Championship 7 04/08 12:50 57 Nathan Aspinall v Mario Vandenbogaerde 6-1
Players Championship 6 03/19 12:30 57 Daniel Klose v Mario Vandenbogaerde 6-4
UK Open 2024 03/01 15:50 9 Mario Vandenbogaerde v Florian Hempel 2-6
UK Open 2024 03/01 13:05 8 Johnny Haines v Mario Vandenbogaerde 3-6
Players Championship 4 02/20 15:45 5 Mario Vandenbogaerde v Ryan Searle 1-6
Players Championship 3 02/19 15:40 5 Damon Heta v Mario Vandenbogaerde 6-3
Players Championship 2 2024 02/13 13:25 57 Mario Vandenbogaerde v Christian Perez 6-5
PDC World Championship 12/18 19:19 7 Mario Van Den Bogaede v Thibault Tricole 1-3

Wikipedia - Mario Vandenbogaerde

Mario Vandenbogaerde (born 1 June 1973) is a Belgian professional darts player who plays in Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) events. He reached the semifinals of the 2020 BDO World Darts Championship.


In 2005, Vandenbogaerde won the Belgium National Championships, in 2018 he won the Luxembourg Masters and in 2019, he won the German Open, before reaching the semi-finals of the World Masters.

In September 2019, Vandenbogaerde qualified for the 2020 BDO World Darts Championship, which turned out to be the event's last edition and, as the 11th seed, he reached the semi-finals on debut. He was first Belgian man to reach the semi-finals of a World Championship and the only to do so at the BDO World Championship.

In January 2022, he competed in the Professional Darts Corporation's Q-School and successfully secured a Tour card during the third day of its final phase.

Vandenbogaerde qualified for the 2024 PDC World Darts Championship, becoming only the second Belgian to have appeared at both BDO and PDC World Championship (following Eric Clarys), but lost to Thibault Tricole in the first round. As a result, he failed to retain his tour card through being in the top 64 of the Order of Meit. Vandenbogaerde regained a tour card at Q-School by finishing ninth in the European Q-School Order of Merit.