The class schedule for the winter session 2 is located here. All times remain the same schedule as the Winter Session 1.
Please bring your payment (check or cash) to the last day of class this week to hold your spot for the next session. Players currently enrolled and elite squads get first priority registration. New members can register on the website here.
Join us on December 3rd, 2016 for the annual SPBA Parent/Child Badminton Tournament. Postmark deadline to enter is November 26th. This is designed to be a fun and social event with a bit of competitiveness too. Parents of badminton players… this is your chance to join in on all the fun and spend some time with your children! All ages and levels are welcome (no prior experience required). This event is open to anyone and their parent/guardian. More information and entry forms can be found here.
USA Badminton is proud to be hosting Discover
Para-Badminton; a free 2-day event for coaches and athletes on September 24th and 25th.
Badminton is a “sport for all”, including people with an impairment or disability and is now a Paralympic sport set to debut in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Para-Badminton is easy to learn and there are competitions for wheelchair and standing classes.
The Discover Para-Badminton weekend is your opportunity to come and try a sport for people of all abilities. Coaches will obtain a BWF Participation Certificate for attending this clinic.
More information can be found on our event page
or on the event flyer. Please feel free to share the information with anyone you know who might be interested! Thanks!
Saturday, August 27th
3:30-5:00 p.m.in the Adversity Concession Area.
Players and Parents: Please join us for an informational meeting to learn more about badminton and the SPBA! We will be going over:
1. USA Badminton Jr. Ranking Tournament Structure and tournament levels
2. 2016-2017 Season Calendar
3. When is an athlete ready to play tournaments?
4. How to qualify for the SPBA MW Super Regionals in May
5. How to qualify for Junior Nationals and the US Team
6. How much should an athlete train in order to achieve certain goals
7. Fitness and Nutrition
8. SPBA Class Level Structure
9. Elite Team Structure and Travel Tournaments
10. HS Badminton Structure, Tryouts, State Championships
We hope this will be very beneficial to families! When players and parents have a better understanding of the different levels of our sport, they can start making goals for themselves and having a clear picture of what it takes to achieve them. Our goal is to help each individual find a training plan to help them achieve all their badminton dreams!
Enter today for the SPBA’s 7th Annual North Shore Open! The North Shore Open is a premier all-ages tournament at the SPBA, held every Summer. Both adults and juniors of all levels are encouraged to participate. Events are held in A-B-C-D dropflight format in women’s singles, women’s doubles, men’s singles, men’s doubles, and mixed doubles. Awards are given to first place finishers of all flights, and a gift will be given to all participants. I hope you can join us!
ENTRY FORM: Click Here
FACEBOOK INVITE: https://www.facebook.com/events/471857576347252/
DEADLINE: Entries must be postmarked by July 12 or given or emailed to Shannon with payment by July 14th. Late entry fee $10.
Register today for summer group classes, private lessons, badminton fitness classes, and elite team training! We can pro-rate classes (pending space availability) for the remainder of the summer.
At the SPBA, we believe that consistent training throughout the summer whenever possible is much more valuable that doing an intensive short camp and then not picking up your racket for the rest of the summer. Badminton is a sport where consistency is achieved by repetition and consistent training will lead to better muscle memory.
Here at the SPBA, we understand that many families take vacations, have summer plans, camps, and potential conflicts from time to time. Our summer training is 12 weeks long and we are happy to accommodate makeup classes throughout the summer session during the weeks you are in town and available! We just ask that you give us at least 24 hour notice when you are going to be absent. We also know that many of our athletes take summer school. Our classes are conveniently timed in the afternoons and evenings as not to interfere with summer school.
Summer Schedule and Pricing for all programing
Register online today!
Friday, May 27th:
6pm-9pm Player Practice Session and Registration for all players and coaches
Saturday, May 28th:
8:00 am-8:50 am Warm Up Time
8:00 am-onwards Registration for Players and Coaches
9:00 am-9:00 pm Tournament Play
Sunday, May 29th:
8:00 am-8:50 am Warm Up Time
9:00 am-9:00 pm Tournament Play
Monday, May 30th:
7:30 am-8:20 am Warm Up Time
8:30am-4:00pm Semi-Finals, Finals, and 3/4 playoffs
(including all consolation semi-finals and finals)
* Draw subject to change. Please check times frequently.
Please check the SPBA Midwest Super Regional Draws for match times, main draw and reserve lists. Spectators, check out when your favorite players and age groups are competing and we look forward to hosting you!
Exciting news! The SPBA Midwest Super Regional Tournament May 28-30th has attracted 369 entries from 22 different states! This is not only a great marketing opportunity, but a chance to help out your local badminton community and make an important regional event successful.
If you would like to make an ad in our program book, have signage or a booth at the event, or make a tax-deductible contribution, please read our Program and Sponsorship Guide.
All contributions are 100% tax deductible!
Players, Parents, Family Members, and Supports: Make a Cheer Ad for the program book! Write or draw your special message in the boxes provided and it will be printed in the program book given to all participants! This is great way to send good luck message to your favorite players! Fill out this form by May 10th.