Question by  LadyG (12)

What is regulation dartboard height?

I'm so excited to hang my new dartboard, but I want do make sure it's in the proper place.


Answer by  Deem (199)

The regulation dartboard height is 5 feet 8 inches when measured from the floor to the center of the bulleye and the toe line is supposed to be at 7 feet 9.5 inches.


Answer by  luvlexis83 (798)

Hang your dartboard 5ft 8inches high on a wall measuring from the bullseye down. Make sure that you have a few feet of empty space on either side.


Answer by  T (18)

According to several sources on how to hang a dartboard, in order to be set at regulation height a dartboard should be hung so that the center of the board is 5 feet 8 inches from the floor. This rule stands for boards meant to be used with either steel- or soft- tipped darts


Answer by  LeheckaG (1826)

Depends on whose regulations, here are some common ones: (world-wide) Darts: bulls-eye/center 5'8" or 173 cm high, oche/throw-line 7'9-1/4" or 237 cm from front East-End/Fives/London Darts: bulls-eye/center 5'6" high, oche/throw-line 9' from front American/East-Coast Darts: bulls-eye/center 5'3" high; throw-line 7'3", Widdy/Dart-Shark from back, A.B.D.A. from front


Answer by  nickl2000 (540)

The height of Dart boards should be 5 foot 8 inches from the center of the bullseye to the floor.


Answer by  Wackonorm (164)

When hanging a dart board the center of the bulls eye should be 1.74m (5'8") from the floor. This is the world standard declared by the World Darts Federation and is played as such in most areas.


Answer by  Rasa (43)

The center of the bullseye should be 5 feet 8 inches above the floor. That is my eye level, so I can always check a board.

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