Where to Play

There are many venues, clubs and community organisations that welcome people with a disability to come and try badminton, take a look below for more information.


Badminton England affiliated clubs:

Many badminton clubs work hard to ensure they are open and inclusive to disabled people.

CLICK HERE to see a list of disability inclusive clubs in England, for more club contact details go to our Ways to Play search tool.

Additional club information can found on the EBad website HERE


Badminton England Inclusive Investment Programme:

From 2011 Badminton England has supported clubs, Leisure Centres and community groups to deliver badminton activity for disabled people.

CLICK HERE to see a list of projects that have been invested in.


Special Olympics GB clubs:

These are multi sport community clubs that are specifically for people with a learning disability.

In 2016 Badminton England have been working with Special Olympics GB to select and support 13 clubs equipment and funding to start delivering badminton from September 2016.

To see a list of Special Olympics clubs CLICK HERE.


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“At my first session with Phoenix Badminton Club, I was really excited to be playing, especially amongst non-disabled players.both disabled and non-disabled players.”

"Badminton keeps me fit and active, and most of all I love to play and socialise with

Denny Vettom, wheelchair badminton player for Phoenix BC (Herts)