Aspire Badminton Club

Aspire Badminton Club © 2019

Aspire Badminton Club is an inclusive badminton club in Cambridge, providing accessible badminton for everyone. Whatever your ability or disability, whatever your age, we have a session for you at our club. Having started in September 2017 we are now the largest junior club in the county and the only Badminton England Premier Club / Clubmark club.

Aspire BC is a satellite club formed from Knebworth Badminton Club, based in Hertfordshire. Knebworth BC closed this year, but had been an inclusive club since it started in 2003 and was one of the first ten BADMINTON England Inclusive clubs (started in 2011).

We are also a BADMINTON England Premier Club, which means our club adheres to Sport England's Clubmark standard. As a Clubmark club we have to meet standards built around a set of core criteria. These ensure that we operate to a set of consistent, accepted and adopted minimum operating standards. In addition, we are open to everyone and we will provide coaching to help you improve.

Our Head Coach, who has been coaching for 16 years, has over fourteen years experience of coaching badminton with those who are deaf / hard of hearing, disabled, have learning difficulties, autism, special needs or other conditions.

If you would like to try our club, please contact us first to avoid any disappointment.

Session Times

Badminton for adults (coached):
Friday 8-10pm

Badminton for juniors (coached):
Friday 6-7pm and 7-8pm
Saturdays 1.30-2.30pm,
2.30-3.30pm and 3.30-4.30pm
(depending on skill level/age)

Other groups / one to one:
please contact us for more details

Session Dates

Adults run throughout the year.

Juniors are term time only,
restarting Sept 6th 2019.



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