Junior Circuit

There are Junior circuit tournaments for U19, U17, U15, U13 and U11 age groups.

Within the U17, 15 and 13 age groups, the tournaments are rated Gold, Silver and Bronze (Gold tournaments being the highest standard). 

For players in the Under 19 age group, there is two levels of circuit

For players in the Under 11 age group, BE offer the Under 11 circuit.

All tournaments are open to anybody, provided their grading is not above that allowed for that tournament.


PICK YOUR CIRCUIT TO COMPETE IN...

GOLD

JUNIOR GOLD A

BEST OF 3 - to 21pts

Open to any grade of player BUT priority will be given to players of higher grades.

 
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
 
NOW SELECT AGE GROUP

UNDER 13

UNDER 15

UNDER 17

 

UNDER 19

 SILVER

JUNIOR SILVER

BEST OF 3 - to 15pts

Check the age group for which grades are NOT permitted to enter Silver circuit.

 
 CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
  U11 CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
NOW SELECT AGE GROUP

Refer to U13 Gold

UNDER 15

UNDER 17

 

UNDER 19

 BRONZE

JUNIOR BRONZE

 1 GAME - to 21pts

Check the age group for which grades are NOT permitted to enter Bronze circuit.  Events are not seeded.

 
 CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
 
NOW SELECT AGE GROUP

UNDER 13

UNDER 15

UNDER 17

 

UNDER 19


In each age group players can earn a grading varying based on their past results. These player gradings are relative to the tournament ratings.

Tournament Committees may restrict entry in the interest of the tournament.  Where entry needs to be restricted, the following criteria will be used:

  • Late entries will be declined
  • Grade of Player followed by ranking
  • Known form.  Where appropriate current ranking positions using current ranking lists will be used

 
 


Drug Testing: Please be aware that drug testing may take place at domestic tournaments as well as international tournaments. If you enter a BADMINTON England sanctioned tournament you can be tested. Athletes should make themselves aware about the UKSport anti-doping initiative, information is available through the Anti-Doping Section of our websit