Campeonato de jugadores 11 06/11 14:30 4 Scott Williams v Raymond van Barneveld 2-6
Players Championship 10 05/07 15:05 3 Scott Williams v Jeffrey de Graaf 5-6
Players Championship 10 05/07 13:05 6 Scott Williams v Patrick Geeraets 6-1
Tour Europeo 4 04/21 13:35 4 Damon Heta v Scott Williams 6-2
Tour Europeo 4 04/20 11:00 5 Krzysztof Ratajski v Scott Williams 4-6
Tour Europeo 4 04/19 11:55 7 Scott Williams v Niko Springer 6-1
Players Championship 8 04/09 12:55 57 Damon Heta v Scott Williams 6-5
Players Championship 7 04/08 12:20 57 Stefan Bellmont v Scott Williams 4-6
Players Championship 5 03/18 14:40 5 Danny Noppert v Scott Williams 6-3
Open Británico 2024 03/01 19:00 6 Scott Williams v Ricky Evans 4-10
Players Championship 4 02/20 17:10 3 Peter Wright v Scott Williams 6-5
Players Championship 4 02/20 14:10 57 Gary Anderson v Scott Williams 4-6

Scott Williams (born 18 January 1990) is an English professional darts player who plays in Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) events. He was the third player to win a PDC ranking title without being a tour card holder.


In October 2019, Williams qualified for the 2020 BDO World Darts Championship as one of the Playoff qualifiers, he defeated Wes Newton and Andrew Kateley to secure his place in the tournament. He was whitewashed 3–0 by Justin Thompson in the preliminary round.


Williams won his first PDC Challenge Tour, at Challenge Tour 1 in Milton Keynes. On his way to the final, Williams defeated Conor Heneghan in the last 64, Jimmy Bristow 5–1 in the last 32, Darryl Pilgrim 5–2 in the round of 16, Darren Johnson 5–3 in the quarter-finals and Danny Lauby Jr. 5–1 in the semi-finals. He defeated Robert Owen in the final 5–2.

Later the same day, Williams won his second Challenge Tour title at Challenge Tour 2. Williams won 5–2 against Lee Evans in the final.

Williams won Players Championship 17 in June, beating Nathan Aspinall in the final. This meant he became the third player, after Joe Murnan and Krzysztof Ratajski, to win a Players Championship event without being a full tour card holder.

At the end of September 2022, he was selected by the national federation to participate in the 2022 WDF Europe Cup. On the second day of the tournament, he advanced to the finals of the pairs competition where he played together with Joshua Richardson. On the way to the final, they defeated rivals from Wales, Romania and Czech Republic. Finally, on 1 October, they beat Poland pairs Sebastian Białecki and Dariusz Marciniak by 6–2 in legs. On the third day of the tournament, he advanced to the fifth round of the singles competition, surprisingly lost by 1–4 in legs to Jan McIntosh, who played on an average of 103.90. In the team competition, together with the team, he won the gold medal. In the points classification, as a representative of England, he also contributed to won a gold medal.