Return To Play

Updated 14/06/2021

Following the Government’s announcement to delay the move to Step 4 of its roadmap, we will be continuing to follow the current guidance as per Step 3 of the roadmap.

Throughout the pandemic, we have remained close to colleagues in Government, particularly at the various stages of lockdowns being eased, and will continue to do so as we work towards Step 4.

As we move into a very busy Olympic and Paralympic period, we will be helping you to celebrate badminton’s return, provide opportunities to play and, crucially, raise the profile of the sport and help local clubs and coaches to do the same and maximise the opportunities the summer’s big events provide. We look forward to a successful summer in Tokyo but an equally successful return for the thousands of clubs and hundreds of thousands of players up and down the country.

Our latest guidance is now available to view here, and please let us know if you have any queries at all, or if you need any help to get you or your club back on court via this formand we willprovide a response 

Return to Play Roadmap, May 2021

Click here to view the latest guidance of permitted activity from Monday 17th May.
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Let’s Talk Badminton

Let’s Talk Badminton is the biggest community consultation we have ever undertaken as a sport. Click here to find out how you can help badminton come back stronger

We have collated a range of tools and resources to support clubs, coaches and players to get safely back on court

To support the return to coaching we have produced a toolkit with arrange of resources to help your safe return to court.

We have produced some easy and simple to follow resources for schools to support delivery in both Primary and Secondary schools.

To help as many volunteers return following the Covid19 pandemic, we have put together an interactive resource section within our Badminton Resource Hub, with volunteer-specific research, guidance and templates for clubs, counties and anyone else managing volunteers.

We know how important it is to be able to access your facility so help us to help you by telling us more information about your local venue and it’s current availability.

We know that you will have questions about how you can safely get back on court, so have compiled a list of your most Frequently Asked Questions.

We know that clubs and coaches have suffered financially due to Covid-19, so have identified some funding streams that may be able to support you.

To help support all of our coaches, clubs and players to get back on court this summer we are currently reviewing membership for 2020/21 and beyond.

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