SBN – Appleton Junior Sessions 2020

Guidelines for badminton

We will adhere to the prevailing guidance from the Government and guidelines from Badminton England applies in Phase 2. Until the announcement of Badminton England about getting into Phase 3 the below rules are in place.

Please find further information about the requirement of play, the roadmap for return and the coaching guidelines from Badminton England. More information can be found here.

Organising small sessions

I will be organising 2-hour sessions,

1 court will be hired at a time,

and bubbles will be created for 3-4 people.

Girls and boys could be separated upon request

2 hours of badminton



How You Can Help

Send them dressed

To avoid meeting with anyone at high traffic spaces, they could already be dressed to badminton and only the badminton shoe needs to be changed at the entrance of the sports hall.

Bring a water bottle

Please make sure at home your child will leaving with a large bottle of water as they will stay for 2 hours and this is a very long period if you feel dehydrated. A good trick against tiredness is a little emergency chocolate or biscuit in the bag.

Encourage him/her

There is nothing more important for the children coming back to play badminton is to reconnect familiar faces and rejoin the sport of badminton in a safe environment. That is all they need.

Register your interest

We need to know in advance the number of children would like to attend on which day so we can start creating bubbles to them.