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GO TO CLUB FROM WESTSIDE OF FLANDERS RD. ON WEEKENDS

On weekends, due to Masspike bridge replacement over Flanders Road east of the Club, you can only go to the Club from Washington St or Flanders Rd. east bound coming from Westborough. You will need to notify police detail your local access in order to go to the Club. Read more »

CLUB REOPENING ON WED, JUL 7

 

    • Everyday from 5-8 pm, Courts 4 and 5 are designated for Open Play, for players who do not have a group and would like to mix and match with other players.  Those who just want to play with their own group will have to use other courts.

BAY STATE BADMINTON GAMES WILL BE HELD ON AUG 27-29

Online registration is now open; entry deadline is on Aug 11.  For more information go to the Bay State Games website.
The tournament is for players of all levels, from the beginning junior to seniors.  Open events have 5 levels: A, B, C, D, E.  Summer badminton fun, anyone?

CLUB IS CLOSED JUN 14-JUL 4

BOSTON BADMINTON WILL CLOSE FOR FLOOR REFINISHING FOR ABOUT 3 WEEKS STARTING JUN 14. POLES AND NETS WILL BE TAKEN DOWN ON AT 9 PM ON SUN, JUN 13.  All memberships will be extended by 2 weeks.

NEW COVID GUIDELINES STARTING MAY 29

 Following MA covid guidance, Boston Badminton is increasing capacity to 50 people and giving vaccinated players the option to wear or not to wear masks starting May 29.  Guideline detaiils (click).
 

UPDATE: 2021 BOSTON BADMINTON TEAM SCRIMMAGE

Results of the 8 Men's teams scrimmage on May 15:  Just for Fun- Champion, Brook Trout- 2nd Place; Boston Boys - consolation winner

COVID PRECAUTION

A player who played on Sat, Apr 10 in court 6 at 7-8 am and trained in court 1 at 8-9 am has test positive for covid 19. All those who came in close contact are asked to monitor themselves/take a covid test and quarantine for the next 10 days. The Club Team Scrimmage is now postponed to May 15.

 

CLUB IS CLOSED ON SUN, FEB 7 DUE TO SNOW STORM

Snow is heaviest from noon to 5 pm.  Please do not park your car at the Club parking lot to allow plowers to do their job.