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Giving disabled players opportunity to: -  play competitive Para-Badminton for the first time -  play competitive Para-Badminton more often -  have the opportunity to play Para-Badminton locally


Para-Badminton Tournaments

The 2019 Inaugural UK Para-Badminton Championships  

20-21st July 2019 

EIS Sheffield, Coleridge Road, Sheffield S9 5DA

To download the 2019 UK Para-Badminton Championships Invitation click here

To enter please click here

The Badminton England Para-Badminton circuit consists of tournaments for physically disabled players (categorised according to the nature of their impairment) and learning disabled players.

Players of any standard are welcome to enter Para-Badminton Circuit events but in order to participate in the Gold events, players must be classified.  

Event information and entry forms will be posted on this page for download. Entry should be sent to the Tournament Secretary identified on the tournament’s entry form.

For tournaments with categories for physically disabled players, classification will be set according to the Badminton World Federation’s Para-Badminton classifications

For tournaments with categories for learning disabled players, players will be eligible if they have an IQ of 75 or less

Physical Disability Classifications – a quick guide:

Group  Classification Name  Typical Examples of Impairment Types*
 Wheelchair WH1 

 Spinal injury causing impairment to upper

  • limbs/trunk
  • Scoliosis
  • Multiple sclerosis

 Spinal injury causing no impairment to

  • upper limbs/trunk
  • spina bifida
  • Above knee amputation necessitating use of a wheelchair
 Standing SL3
  • Single above knee amputation
  • Double below knee amputation
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Single below knee amputation
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Leg length difference (of minimum 7cm)
  • Upper limb amputation
  • Upper limb deficiency - e.g. brachial plexus injury
 Dwarf SS6
  •  Short stature condition
 Learning Disability LD
  • IQ of 75 or lower, who have been identified as having a learning disability by a relevent agency or professional.


*These are given as an example – final classification will be based on a full classification process at an event and may differ to the suggestion in this guide.