Badminton

Badminton-Action-ShotBadminton is a fast, dynamic Olympic sport played on an indoor court using rackets and shuttlecocks (feather or synthetic). It is played as singles, doubles and mixed doubles and caters for all ages and ability levels from beginner through to world class performance.

There are around 24,000 courts and over 500,000 people playing once per week in England with many more enjoying a game throughout the year. Whatever your reason for playing, be it fitness, health, to compete or just for fun…it’s easy to book a court and get playing at your local leisure centre but to make it even easier here are some more great ways to play more often.

Ways To Play

Social Pay & Play Weekly Sessions [No Strings Badminton]
Relaxed, social game-play ideal for casual players of all abilities (ages 16+), led by a friendly, welcoming session co-ordinator.

Beginners Coaching Courses [Essentials]
Learn all the badminton basics at a relaxed pace with beginners coaching sessions over 6-8 weeks, led by BADMINTON England qualified coaches.

Casual Competition Leader boards [Battle Badminton]
Find new players (ages 18+) to play socially in matches where you pick the venue, set the rules and record your results online to earn points and rise the ranks in local and national leader-boards.

Badminton for Young People [SmashUp!]
Court time for 12-16 year olds where you can get involved with fun, big hitting badminton challenges with your music and mates.

For more information on these and other ways to play badminton visit: www.badmintonengland.co.uk/waystoplay

Badminton-England-LogoBADMINTON England

BADMINTON England is the National Governing Body for badminton in England, dedicated to promoting the sport of badminton by enabling more people to play badminton and giving those with talent the opportunity to fulfil their potential.

www.badmintonengland.co.uk

Contact Information

Relationship Manager (Cheshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire)
Leanne Brown
Mob: 07802 459019
Email: leannebrown@badmintonengland.co.uk

For more information visit:

www.staffordshirebadminton.org.uk (local information)

www.badmintonengland.co.uk