Scottish National Badminton Championships 2024

The Scottish National Badminton Championships 2024 is one of the premier events on the domestic Scottish badminton calendar, bringing together the best players from all over the country to the National Badminton Academy, Scotstoun Sports Campus, Glasgow.

Approximate times of play are shown below. Please note, these times are subject to change depending on final size of the entry.

  • Friday 2 February 2024: 17.00-21.00hrs (approx): Qualifying rounds men’s singles. Mixed Doubles main draw.
  • Saturday 3 February 2024: 09.00-18.00hrs (approx): 1st & 2nd rounds and quarter-finals men’s and women’s singles and doubles.
  • Sunday 4 February 2024: 10.00-12.30hrs (approx): Semi-finals; 14.00-17.30hrs (approx): All finals.

Five events – men’s and women’s singles and doubles, as well as mixed doubles – will be played over the course of the weekend, culminating in the crowning of the National Champions on the afternoon of Sunday 4 February.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Concessions apply to those aged 16 and under, the unemployed and those with a disability.

Tickets must be ordered in advance to take advantage of offers. Free and discounted tickets will not be available on the door, even for Badminton Scotland members.

In 2023, we saw a record entry of 136 competitors across the five disciplines, and what was particularly pleasing for Badminton Scotland CEO, Keith Russell, was the depth of quality on show at Scotstoun, something he is confident augurs well for the future of our sport in Caledonia.

He said: “The quality of the top end of badminton in Scotland, and the number of positive comments I have had from people who have been around badminton for a good while in this respect stating they have never known us to have this high-line of talent, was really pleasing”.

A special thank you to spectators, volunteers, officials and line judges who helped the event run smoothly.

Callum Smith [1]

Lauren Middleton [3/4]

Alex Dunn [1] and Adam Hall

Julie MacPherson [1] and Ciara Torrance

Adam Hall [1] and Julie MacPherson