WDF World Cup Men Teams 1983

The British dominated the World Cup IV, which was held in Edinburgh, Scotland from October 21 to 22. At the general meeting of the WDF Peter McMenamin from Australia was elected as the new president. He replaced Bill Turner from New Zealand. For the first time there was also a World Cup for women in 1983.

In the team event the British countries were topping the tables. England, Wales and Scotland got to the semis along with the strong Swedish team. In the semi-finals Scotland beat Sweden 9-1 and England defeated Wales 9-3.

The final was a thriller in which John Lowe beat Jocky Wilson in the deciding leg and England (John Lowe, Eric Bristow, Keith Deller and Dave Whitcombe) took the title at the expense of the Scots (Jocky Wilson, Danny Cunningham, Peter Mason and Harry Patterson ) 9-8.

Venue: Scotland Ingliston Hall, Edinburgh From: Friday 21 October 1983 Till: Saturday 22 October 1983

Champion

List of finals

Year Winner Result Runner-Up
2017
United States United States
3
3 - 9
Australia Australia
9
2015
Ireland Republic Ireland Republic
4
4 - 9
England England
9
2013
United States United States
7
7 - 9
Scotland Scotland
9
2011
England England
9
9 - 8
Finland Finland
8
2009
Canada Canada
5
5 - 9
Netherlands Netherlands
9
2007
England England
9
9 - 8
Netherlands Netherlands
8
2005
Australia Australia
8
8 - 9
Finland Finland
9
2003
Netherlands Netherlands
7
7 - 9
United States United States
9
2001
England England
9
9 - 7
Finland Finland
7
1999
Wales Wales
7
7 - 9
England England
9
1997
Wales Wales
9
9 - 6
England England
6
1995
Wales Wales
4
4 - 9
England England
9
1993
England England
9
9 - 3
Wales Wales
3
1991
England England
9
9 - 7
Wales Wales
7
1989
Australia Australia
7
7 - 9
Canada Canada
9
1987
England England
9
9 - 8
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland
8
1985
Australia Australia
6
6 - 9
United States United States
9
1983
Scotland Scotland
8
8 - 9
England England
9
1981
England England
9
9 - 7
Scotland Scotland
7
1979
Wales Wales
7
7 - 9
England England
9
1977
England England
4
4 - 5
Wales Wales
5