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Team Unicorn is proud to have 4 World Champions. No other brand has more Champions or more Championship victories. As World Champions they demand the very best. This is what they use.

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  • Gary Anderson

    GARY ANDERSON. WORLD CHAMPION is a true darting great. 


    To win one World Championship in the most competitive era in the history of the Professional Darts Corporation is a fantastic achievement. To win back-to-back titles at the Alexandra Palace puts Anderson right up there with the greatest players in the history of the sport. 

    Quite simply, a magnificent achievement. 

    Gary beat Adrian Lewis in the 2016 World Championship Final by seven sets to five, coming 12 months after he finally realised his dream of winning the World crown when he took out Phil Taylor 7-6 at the Ally Pally. 

    And not content with winning those two World Championships, the Scot made more history by hitting a fabulous 9 darter at the 2016 tournament in his semi-final demolition of Jelle Klaasen.

    And to celebrate, Anderson has signed a new deal with Unicorn taking the hugely successful partnership into a second decade. 

    "I am part of a big family at Unicorn and it is no coincidence that I have enjoyed the best years of my career since I joined the best darts company in the world!"

  • John Lowe

    The amazing John Lowe story is far from finished and the great man himself is guaranteeing many more chapters before he is ready to call it a day in the sport that has made him a household name.

    He is one of THE greats of darts – a living legend who has captivated the world of darts over four glorious decades.

    The only man to win the World Championship in three separate decades and he has enjoyed a partnership with Unicorn going back nearly 40 years, which is the longest running sponsorship deal anywhere in the world, in any sport.

  • Raymond Van Barneveld

    A giant in the world of darts and without doubt, THE most popular player on the planet...and a Team Unicorn star until at least 2017.


    The renaissance of Raymond van Barneveld has thrilled ‘The Barney Army’ as his glorious triumph at the 2012 Grand Slam of Darts ended a five-and-a-half wait for a ‘Major’ individual TV title.

    And the five-times World Champion is targeting more big TV titles in a sport which has made him one of the biggest names in Dutch sport! 

    Barneveld has celebrated by signing a new four-year contract with Unicorn, which sees him staying with the world’s leading darts manufacturer until 2017 and hopefully beyond.

    The contract was signed at the ground-breaking Dubai Darts Masters in May 2013, when Barney reached the final of this first event in the brand new World Series of Darts. 

  • Bob Anderson

    He is an icon in the world of darts!

    Bob Anderson is a World Champion, a darting ambassador and one of the true greats of the sport.

    It has been quite a journey over the last 30 years or so and even now, at the age of 63, he is still in demand on the popular exhibition circuit.

    “No regrets,” said Anderson…..it is a fitting motto for a darting legend.

    And after retiring from the PDC circuit, he is still one of the most recognisable faces in the sport and Anderson certainly isn’t ready to throw away the ‘arrers’!

    “I still love playing the game and I’m still pretty good!” he said. “As long as it gives me pleasure and it’s entertaining for the people who come and watch, then I shall carry on.”

    His World Championship crown came in 1988 but his last big triumph came in 2008 when he won the League of Legends tournament.

  • Anastasia Dobromyslova

    She is a triple World Champion.

    She is now in the darting history books recognised as one of THE best women players of all time.

    Anastasia Dobromyslova and Unicorn have made the perfect team and will continue to do so for at least the next three years as the best ladies player in the world today chases more big titles to add to a golden tungsten legacy!

    The history-making World Championship in January 2013 confirmed Ana’s status as one of the all-time greats and when you consider that she is still only 28-years-old, you can see why she has at least a decade at the very top of her sport to rewrite the record books again and again.

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