Printable Darts Score Sheet Templates | A Free Collection

Printable Darts Score Sheet Templates | A Free Collection

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Nov 16th, 2023

To make keeping scores easier, we have published a collection of printable darts score sheet templates for popular darts games. Feel free to download and use them for your own purposes.

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  • 1. Printable Score Sheet Template for ‘01 Darts
  • 2. Printable Score Sheet Template for Cricket Darts
  • 3. Printable Score Sheet Template for Around the World Darts
  • 4. Printable Score Sheet Template for Killer Darts
  • 5. Printable Score Sheet Template for Shanghai Darts
  • 6. Printable Score Sheet Template for Gotcha Darts
  • 7. Printable Score Sheet Template for Baseball Darts
  • 8. Printable Score Sheet Template for Bermuda Triangle Darts
  • 9. Printable Score Sheet Template for Goft Darts
  • 10. Printable Score Sheet Template for Bob’s 27 Darts

1. Printable Score Sheet Template for ‘01 Darts

This is a very popular darts game. All players will have 501 points at the start by default. Each will throw 3 darts per turn to score as many points as possible. The scored points in each turn will then be subtracted from their total points. The first player whose points go down to exactly 0 will be the winner.

About how scoring works, the single areas give you single points, doubles give you double points, and triples give you triple points. The inner bull is worth 50 points and the outer bull is worth 25 points.

However, to start subtracting points, “doubling in” is required. This means players have to hit the double sections so that the scored points can be subtracted from their total points.

And to win, “doubling out” is required. Similarly, players have to hit the double sections to bring their remaining score down to precisely 0 so that they can win the game.

Depending on the skill level, the rules of doubling in and out can be modified as long as all players agree.

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2. Printable Score Sheet Template for Cricket Darts

This is a fun and challenging game as it requires accuracy and calculation skills. The board areas in play for Cricket are the numbers 15 to 20, the bullseye.

To score, you have to make a number “open” first. This can be done by striking three marks on it.

  • If you hit the single section of the number, it counts as 1 mark.
  • If you hit the double section of the number, it counts as 2 marks.
  • If you hit the triple section of the number, it counts as 3 marks.

You don’t need to score 3 marks in one turn to close a number. For the bullseye, the outer bull counts as 1 mark, and the inner bull counts as 2 marks.

After you “open” a number, you can start scoring by landing darts on it for the rest of the game (until your opponent also gets 3 marks on that number). The scoring works exactly like the 301 darts.

For example, in the first turn, you hit a single 20 and double 20 with the 1st and 2nd darts. This means you have opened the number 20 and now you are allowed to score on it. With the 3rd dart, you hit the triple 20. After the first turn, you score 60 points.

If your opponent also strikes 3 marks on the number which you have opened, that number becomes out of play. No further scoring on that number.

The winner of Cricket is the one who gets more points when all the numbers and bullseye are closed.

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3. Printable Score Sheet Template for Around the World Darts

This is a very easy game to start for darts beginners. The objective is to go around the board by hitting all the numbers from 1 to 20 in order and then the bullseye. Whoever does this first wins the game. You only need to hit each number once (the single, double, and triple areas are treated the same). It’s just that simple.

To make the game more challenging for intermediate players, you can add more rules.

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4. Printable Score Sheet Template for Killer Darts

Killer is a fun game to play in a large group. The game is very interactive.

The first thing to do is decide the playing order. Each player throws a dart at the board. The one with the closest to the bullseye goes first, the second closet goes second, and the furthest goes last.

After that, each player continues to throw another dart at the board with their non-dominant hand. The number they hit will be assigned to them for the rest of the game.

This is an elimination game. So the last one standing will be the winner. To do so, you must get a Killer status first by hitting the double section of your assigned number. Then, you are allowed to “kill” others.

Each player has 3 lives. You can take one life away from another player by landing your dart on the double section of his/her assigned number. A player who loses all 3 darts will be eliminated from the game.

If you accidentally hit your double section again (after gaining the Killer status), you will lose one life, too.

Killer darts can have a lot of additional rules to make the game suitable for all levels.

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5. Printable Score Sheet Template for Shanghai Darts

Before playing, you will need to determine the number of rounds (normally 7 rounds or 20 rounds). In each round, players have to hit the corresponding number. For example, in round 1, you need to hit number 2, round 2 – number 2, round 3 – number 3, and so on.

There are two ways to win this game. The first way is hitting a “Shanghai”. This means when a player hits all the single, double, and triple areas of a number with 3 darts in one round. As soon as this happens, he/she will be declared the winner and the game ends.

The second way to win is to score the highest points after the end of all rounds. The way scoring works is the same as the standard 301 game. Singles give single points, doubles give double, and triples give triple points.

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6. Printable Score Sheet Template for Gotcha Darts

You will need to determine a target score. The player who reaches the target first is the winner. For the scoring, it works the same as the standard 310 darts.

One rule to remember is that when a player “busts” in a turn (throwing a dart that makes their total points higher than the target score), their turn ends immediately, and their total points return to that before such turn.

Another important rule to remember is that a player can make another one’s total scored points drop down to 0 if he/she attempts to make his/her score the same as the other’s.

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7. Printable Score Sheet Template for Baseball Darts

There will be 9 innings (or rounds) in this game. In each inning, players need to hit the corresponding number to score. So, inning 1 – number 1, inning 2 – number, all the way to inning 9 – number 9.

The winner will be the one who has the highest “runs” (you can understand this as “points” in the Baseball game) after 9 innings. The singles give you 1 run, the doubles give you 2 and the triples give you 3 runs. The maximum runs you can score in a turn is 9 runs.

These are the basic rules. More advanced players or baseball fans can try out different variations to have a more fun and baseball-like game.

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8. Printable Score Sheet Template for Bermuda Triangle Darts

There will be 13 rounds, and for each round, you will need to hit a target segment on the dartboard (you will decide which segment to hit for which round). The winner will be the one who has the highest score at the end.

The scoring works the same as the standard 301 darts game. But one thing to note, if you miss all 3 darts in one turn (not throwing at the right number for the round), your total points will be cut in half.

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9. Printable Score Sheet Template for Goft Darts

You will need to decide the number of rounds (normally 9 or 18). In each round, players need to throw at the corresponding number. Round 1 – number 1, round 2 – number 2, all the way to round 9 – number 9 (or round 18 – number 18).

If you:

  • Hit a double section, you get 1 “stroke” (you can understand it as point)
  • Hit a triple section, you get 3 strokes
  • Hit a single section, you get 4 strokes
  • Miss the target segments, you get 5 strokes

Each player has 3 darts per turn. But they don’t need to throw all of them. After throwing a dart, they can decide to end their turn immediately or continue to throw the remaining darts. Only the last dart they throw in a turn counts.

The winner will be the one who has the lowest total of strokes after all the rounds.

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10. Printable Score Sheet Template for Bob’s 27 Darts

In Bob’s 27, each player starts the game with a score of 27. The objective is to make your way around the dartboard by hitting only doubles. The game will start with throwing at the double 1 for round 1, the double 2 for round 2, the double 3 for round 3, and so on, until you reach the bull for the last round.

For every dart that successfully hits its target, add the corresponding points to your score. Let’s say, in round 1, you aim at double 1 and hit it twice, you score 4 points (2 x 2). Add this to your starting score of 27, and your total becomes 31.

However, if you miss all three darts in a round, you will lose points equal to the value of the missed double. For example, missing all three darts in round 2 means deducting 4 points (the value of double 2), bringing your score down to 31-4=27.

You have the chance to gain up to three doubles’ worth of points each round, but you can only lose one double’s worth.

If your score reaches zero or falls below, unfortunately, you’re out of the game. At the end of the game, whoever has the higher/highest score will win.

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