Come and join us to play the fastest racquet sport in the world.
The University of Portsmouth Badminton Club is a great club to be a part of. We welcome players of all abilities and have both men's and women's badminton teams. So come and join us to play the fastest racquet sport in the world.
Club membership - 22/23
You can join our club for the second half of the academic year for £70, this includes fixtures, travel and training sessions.
- Monday 5.00pm-6.30pm: Men's 1st Team
- Monday 6.30pm-8.00pm: Women's 1st Team
- Friday 6.30pm-8.00pm: 1st Teams (at St Paul's)
- Friday 5.00pm-6.30pm: Men's 2nd Team (at St Paul's)
Wednesday fixtures will take place throughout the course of the year at various locations.
Please contact the club - firstname.lastname@example.org - to request information about joining the club before purchasing a membership.
Lots of our clubs offer PLAY sessions, a more casual way to play without committing to a year membership. PLAY sessions are included with your Ravelin Sports Centre membership!
The sports included are:
- Taekwondo and Karate
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Water Polo
LGBTQ+ sports club guidance
We welcome all students to take part in non-competitive sports and we recognise the health and wellbeing benefits of being active. Competitive sports are bound by specific policies governed by the sport's National Governing Body which may be less inclusive. Please find below inclusion guidance for our club.
|Mixed-gender Club||Trans-gender Club||Non-binary Club||Gender-queer Club|
|Both males and females can compete individually||Those who have transitioned from female to male are eligible to compete in the male category with no restriction. Those who have transitioned from male to female must meet certain conditions to compete. Please refer to Badminton England Transgender Policy.|
Play: Yes - anyone can take part in our Play sessions if you hold the relevant membership.
Train: Inclusivity dependant - individuals would have to train for competitions which would be linked to the gender group they would be competing in, or only train and not compete.
Compete: Inclusivity dependant - competitors who have transitioned from female to male are eligible to compete in the male category with no restriction. Those who have transitioned from male to female must meet certain conditions to compete.
Check out the full guidance on badmintonengland.co.uk.