Badminton BC is the Provincial Sports Organization responsible for promoting and supporting the sport of Badminton in the Province of British Columbia. In partnership with Badminton Canada, we provide opportunities and programs designed for the badminton enthusiast, competitive player, certified coach, and certified official. If you are a player, coach, or official wishing to take part in a Badminton BC tournament, clinic, course, or camp, you must possess a Badminton BC membership.
Apply online for your Badminton BC Membership! Your membership supports our organization's efforts to promote and develop the sport of badminton in British Columbia and beyond. In return, you will receive the following benefits:
Note: The 2013-2014 Membership Year runs June 1, 2013 - May 31, 2014.
Each Badminton BC member, whether a player, coach, official, or volunteer, receives a unique lifetime membership ID number. These numbers are to be used specifically when registering for tournaments both online (through Tournament Software) and on paper entry forms.
Forgot your ID number? Not to worry! We keep an updated list of all member IDs on our website.
Badminton BC was formed in February 1925. Since then, the association has actively worked towards providing leadership and direction for the sport, continuity in the programs and services for its members, and competitive and development opportunities for players, coaches, officials and volunteers throughout the province.
Badminton BC Membership Development Support Grant
The Membership Development Support Grant (MDSG) has been established to initiate, promote and support activities of individual badminton clubs in strengthening the Society; support membership development growth at clubs and with Badminton BC; reward clubs that are involved with membership in Badminton BC; and act as an incentive for future membership recruitment with Badminton BC.
Learn more about this program by reading the MDSG full description document.
Any inquires regarding the MDSG program or membership can be forwarded to Ken Thiesen.