Disability Badminton

Badminton Scotland is committed to widening access and encouraging more people to play badminton. This section provides information relating to all areas of para-badminton, from tournaments and events, badminton clubs, schools carnivals and much more. 

 

Para-Badminton Rules

You can find guidance on the current BWF regulations governing para-badminton through the BWF website at the link below.

BWF Para-Badminton Regulations

 

GB Para-Badminton for Tokyo 2020

In Tokyo 2020, badminton will for the first time be included as part of the Paralympic Games. The inaugural GB Para-Badminton squad was selected in 2016 and will train together at  camps at selected times throughout the year and the squad’s potential to win medals at a world class level will be reviewed annually. Further information can be found here

*Update Coming Soon*

 

Badminton for those with hearing disabilities

GBR Deaf Badminton are currently on the look-out for talented players. Click here for more information.

 

Para-Badminton CPD

As part of our continuing professional development courses for coaches we offer a Disability Badminton workshop, details of which can be found on our CPD page here.

 

Disability badminton clubs/sessions

Below is a list of different badminton clubs/sessions that run regularly throughout Scotland

Edinburgh & Lothians – Lothian Disability Badminton Club, see their website or contact Chairperson Lyndon Williams on hbandnw@yahoo.co.uk

Fife – Disability Sport Fife, see website or contact Richard Brickley on Richard.Brickley@fife.gov.uk

Central – Grangemouth Smash In2 Disability Club, contact Rita Yuan Gao on rita@badmintonscotland.org.uk

Dundee – Dundee Dragons, see website or contact kevin.rattray@dundeedragons.net

West – Glasgow Disability Badminton Club, see website or contact David Gillespie on dgillespie@lineone.net

         - Maccabi Disability Badminton Club, contact Euan on rdowest@badmintonscotland.org.uk

Grampians – Bucksburn Academy Badminton Club, contact Andrew MacKenzie on Andrew@badmintonscotland.org.uk

Highlands – We are hoping to start a badminton club next season in Inverness, in the meantime please contact JaneGrant@badmintonscotland.org.uk for further information or to register an interest.

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