Who is darts ace Michael Smith's wife Dagmara and how many children do couple have? | The Sun

MICHAEL Smith won his first ever PDC Darts World Championship in 2023, and is the number one player in the world.

Away from the oche, the star nicknamed 'Bully Boy' is a family man — here we take a look at his wife Dagmara and their children.

Who is Michael Smith's wife Dagmara?

Dagmara Smith (born Malczewska) is Michael's long-term partner.

She is 30 years old and married her 33-year-old husband back in 2019.

Dagmara, who played darts a regional level, is Smith's biggest fan and loves to watch her man compete.

Smith told Live Darts YouTube channel during the 2022 World Championships: "They'll be here. She's already said she's coming.



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"I said she's not allowed and then she swore at me and said 'I'm coming.'

"Just watching their faces, I know their faces will be even brighter and bigger if I do get that trophy."

How many children do the couple have?

Smith and Dagmara have two sons.

Michael Jr was born in 2014 and Kasper followed in 2017.

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Both could join their Polish-born mum at Alexandra Palace this year to cheer the St Helens thrower on.

What has Michael Smith won?

Smith's first major title came in the Grand Slam of Darts 2022 when he beat Nathan Aspinall in the final.

And Michael overcame his final demons to win the PDC World Darts Championship in 2023.

In one of the most dramatic matches ever witnessed at Ally Pally, Bully Boy became world champion with a 7-4 victory over Michael van Gerwen — which included an outrageous nine-dart finish.

Following his triumph, Smith said: “It sounds amazing — world champion. I finally took a chance that I didn’t deserve. I want to apologise to Michael as I’ve been in his position before.

“I wanted to give the crowd what they deserved. They got a magical nine and it was good.

“In terms of a sporting memory, this is my greatest ever. I knew I’d be world champion one day. I want to take over this sport.”

Smith had previously finished runner-up at the World Champs twice, having been beaten in 2019 by Michael van Gerwen and in 2022 by Peter Wright.

After losing the 2022 world final to Peter Wright 7-5, Michael said: “The game kept getting harder. I was trying, I never once gave up and then emotions took over at the end.

“The first final I lost 7-3, the second one I lost 7-5. The next one I’ll get seven and be champion.

“I’m getting used to these setbacks, but I’ll be back on the dartboard in a couple of days and I’m going to fight for it.

“You have to fight for everything, and I did. Setbacks are there for the comebacks.

“I’ll keep fighting, I’ll keep making finals – you can’t lose in a final if you are not in a final. I’ll always be there battling.

“I will go back home, have a couple of days off, go fishing and then be back on the dartboard.”

Michael has also won 21 PDC ranking events and three World Series titles — including the 2022 US Darts Masters in New York.

What is Michael Smith's net worth?

Smith has won around £1million prize money during his career according to most outlets.

He pocketed £500,000 for winning the World Championships in 2023 and is the current world number one, so that total has every chance of increasing.

Bully Boy has spoken about the importance of winning tournaments and prize money to buy properties, one of which he has converted into a farm.

He said: “Even a year ago, I’d given up.

“But we’d just bought a new house and the money I shell out every month on mortgages, I can’t afford to give darts away and lose matches.

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“If I miss mortgages, we’re out on the streets. We are homeless. I know it adds added pressure, but it’s keeping me focused.

“I have to keep ready. It has been showing what I have been working on for the last 12 months has worked.”

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