Play Badminton – The Time is Now

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Let’s play badminton – the time is now!

Whether you are new to the game, a former player who has been inspired to pick up a racket again, or a long-time fan who can help inspire a new generation, we want you all to join us as we grow the game.

There’s an option for everyone when it comes to badminton. The sport is good for you, it’s bigger than you think, and it’s easier than ever to find a casual match or a full club commitment. The time is now. Let’s do this.

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There are thousands of clubs across the county offering organised activity at all levels. Find one to suit you today, and get in touch to find out more.

Want a friendly & welcoming session to play badminton, socialise and keep fit on your terms? Whatever your level, our No Strings Sessions offer low-cost, fun ‘pay and play sessions’ near you. No ongoing commitment needed!

With over 24,000 courts across England, you’re never far away from your nearest badminton court. Book today, grab a mate, and go make some memories!

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Why play badminton?

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  • Over 1 million people play badminton each month – be a part of something big
  • 20% of badminton players are over 54; 44% of badminton players are female – there is room for everyone on the badminton court
  • Playing badminton regularly can reduce your chance of Coronary Heart Disease, depression or dementia – badminton can support your body & mind

Come And Join The Big Hit In September

We want to celebrate badminton like never before, and share all that is great about our sport with fellow members and new faces alike.

The Big Hit, from September 13 to 17, is a week-long celebration of everything badminton. We want you to get on court, and invite others to join you in doing the same.

Whether it’s taking part in our range of family events, outdoor badminton tournaments, social evenings, or just hitting a shuttlecock with a mate, we want the nation to get on court as part of our Big Hit week from September 13 to 17. With leagues restarting, and Tokyo memories still fresh in the mind, we want to make September all about badminton.

If you are a player, speak to your local club or facility about how to get involved.

If you are a club or coach looking for ideas on how to get involved visit our resource hub and don’t forget to register and tell us how you are getting involved in The Big Hit! The first 100 clubs or coaches to sign up will receive a FREE promotional pack.

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More Ways To Play

Junior

Hundreds of thousands of children play the game in clubs and schools. Find out how you or your child can join in today.

Adult

Looking for ways to socialise, destress, get fitter or look after your mental health? Whatever your reason for playing badminton, we’ve got the solution. Find out more, and get on court today.

Disability

Our Paralympians are ready to make history in Tokyo as the sport makes its debut at the Games. Inspired to try para-badminton? Find out where and how you can get involved.

Find A Coach

We are proud to support our vast network of qualified coaches who help more people, at all levels of badminton, become better players. Use our coach finder tool to find your local pro.

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Get Competitive

Has the action in Tokyo got your competitive juices flowing? We’ve missed our competitions over the last 18 months,  but they are back so get yourself involved!

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Volunteer

The sport wouldn’t run the same without those thousands of people who give up their free time to help at all levels, from opening up venues on a Sunday morning to helping clean up at the YONEX All England. Find out more, and get involved today.

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