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Texas Badminton Clubs

Below are badminton clubs in Texas. To see more information, click on the club name.

Rose Park Abilene, TX (915) 692-7114
Abilene Christian University Abilene, TX (915) 692-7114
Adult Badminton League Austin, TX (512) 476-5662
University Of Texas Badminton Club Austin, TX
We are the official badminton club sponsored by Recsports at the University of Texas at Austin. The Club has 20 to 30 regular members and we host practices three times a week to promote badminton as a competitive sport. The practices are held at the UT Recreational Sports Center. We welcome all level of players to join us for a great time. Racquets can be checked out at Recsports control desk if necessary.
Brushy Creek Community Center - Open Play Round Rock, TX (512) 255-7871
3 courts are set-up for Badminton play. Racquets are available for check-out in the Sports & Fitness Office. Players must bring their own shuttles. Free play for members. Guests must purchase a day pass. Tuesdays are our busiest evening with between 20-30 players. Saturday and Sunday play varies but usually it's a smaller crowd. Up to two adult leagues are typically offered per year.
Acccs Badminton Club Austin, TX (512) 339-8675
Tamu Badminton Club College Station, TX (979) 587-4740
This is an organization where people can be involved in the badminton world, regardless of skill level and experience. We are aiming to compete around the state and train each individual to become a recognized player, while having fun and enjoying diversities and new experiences.
Corpus Christi Badminton Club Corpus Christi, TX (512) 992-8619
Dallas Badminton Club Dallas, TX (214) 670-7720
The Dallas Badminton Club is a gathering of people who enjoy the sport of badminton in the Dallas Fort Worth area. Our goal has always been to improve on our badminton skills and to also have fun along the way. All the players are very friendly, encourage competitive playing, and willing to share their experiences with one another. The club has attracted many individuals from all over the world, including the US, Canada, India, Vietnam, Taiwan, China, Thailand, Russia, Africa, Indonesia, Malaysia, Denmark, Sweden, Japan and Senegal. We have enjoyed a diverse culture from our players and welcome many more!
Samuell Grand Recreation Center - Badminton Dallas, TX (214) 670-1383
Texins Fitness Center - Open Badminton Dallas, TX (214) 567-3777
University Of North Texas Badminton Club Denton, TX
Chinese Community Center - Badminton Houston, TX (832) 433-8168
Coach Zheng started playing tennis at the age of 10 and transitioned into badminton at 12. He was drafted into the provincial badminton team at 14 and played as a national first-class athelete for over 20 years. After he retired from the national badminton team, he came to the U.S. to pursue advanced degree. During his time in the U.S., he coached at University of Hawaii’s badminton club for many years. Under his training, his students went from complete rookies to passionate and skilled badminton players with competitive capacities. Since Coach Zheng relocated to Texas, he has been consistently hosting various customized badminton training classes including one-on-one private lessons, group classes and skill enhancment classes for people interested in playing badminton. His individualized approach helped his students quickly find their best learning paths and grow their badminton capabilities at each lesson. Currently Coach Zheng is hosting classes every Tuesday night at Chinese Community Center (9800 Town Park Dr. Houston, TX 77036). Please join him at CCC if you would like to ace your badminton game.
Badminton Club Of Uh Houston, TX
The Badminton Club of UH was founded in January 2013 for badminton players at the University of Houston (UH) to get together at scheduled times for playing games, practicing, and just hitting around with fellow amateurs. The purpose of our club is to create a competitive yet friendly environment for those who love playing badminton and want to improve their skills. The Badminton Club of UH has members of all technique and skill levels and welcomes anyone who wants to learn the sport. We do not provide one-on-one coaching or drill sessions, but all of our members are willing to help and work with you upon request. Because we are a new club we are still finding ways to improve our club activities. So far, we have had several successsful club tournaments (singles and doubles), a scrimmage against Rice University, and a social event. We plan to host tournmanets, fun games, and social events every semester! One of our new endeavors has been the initiation of the Texas Intercollegiate Badminton Association (TIBA). We have gotten together with other Texas Universities and created a Badminton League and Annual Tournament! The purpose of TIBA is to popularize Badminton across Texas and create an environment where college level players can get together and learn from one another. Shoot us an e-mail if you have any questions.
Houston Badminton Club Houston, TX
Houston Badminton Club (HBC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering interest in badminton in the Houston metropolitan area. HBC is operated solely by volunteers with a collective vision to make badminton available to all. Even though being the world 2nd most played sports, we have very limited proper facilities for badminton in the Houston metropolitan area. Fortunately, with the support of City of Houston, HBC function as a liaison and administrative body to help facilitate the free-badminton-for-all at the Fonde Recreation Center, an 8-court public facility, courtesy of Houston Parks and Recreation Department. In addition, HBC runs a pro bono Youth Badminton Coaching Program that provides recreational sports opportunity for children ages 7-16. Participating children receive equipment, uniforms, facility usage and expert coaching free-of-charge.
Rice Badminton Club Houston, TX
The club promotes the sport of badminton within the Rice community by combining the human resources and skills attached to the Rice community and the excellent infrastructure of the Rice Recreational Center provided by the Rice campus. The club is a registered competitive sports club with the Rice Students Association. We have weekly singles and doubles practice games as well as multi-shuttle training by professional coaches on campus. Moreover, tournaments are also organized within the club and with other university clubs in Texas.
Houston Badminton Center Stafford, TX (346) 229-4921
In Houston, until September 2015, we did not have a facility dedicated to badminton or pickleball. This made it really difficult to play, practice, receive training, compete and introduce others to the two very fun sports. Tuyen Van reached out to fellow players and investors to develop the first badminton/pickleball center in Houston. We envision the Center to be a place that promotes a lifestyle where it would be fun to get and stay fit.
Huffhines Recreation Center - Badminton Richardson, TX (972) 744-7881
Clay Madsen Recreation Center - Badminton Round Rock, TX (512) 218-3220
Alamo Badminton Club San Antonio, TX
Alamo Badminton Club, the largest certified juniors club in Texas, was started in 1997 by head coach Michael Gamez. What began as a small club, with half a dozen juniors sharing court space with adults, turned into a club comprised only of juniors. Currently Alamo Badminton Club trains 50 juniors ranging from ages 6 to 21. About 15 have competed nationally, 30 have competed state and locally, and the younger and inexperienced ones train to earn spots on the traveling team. In 2003 and 2004 Alamo Badminton Club earned a total of 10 Junior National medals and dominated the Texas junior circuit winning all first place finishes in the U19 and U17 events. One member was named to the 2004-2005 Junior National Developmental Squad and Junior National Team. Another longtime member was selected as 1 fo 20 world athletes to attend the World Training Center in Guangzhou, China for 2 months of intense training. Two Alamo Badminton Club athletes have also been named USA Badminton's High School All-Americans in 2001 and 2004. Michael Gamez' experience has also grown exponentially since he first began coaching juniors. Some of his accomplishments include: Head Coach of the 2004 Gold Winning Pan Am Junior Team, USA Badminton's Vice President and Director at Large, 2003 USOC's Volunteer of the Year, and 2004 US Olympic Developmental Coach of the Year. He has attended coaching conferences throughout the country and North America to improve his skills and increase his knowledge. He has even held state and regional conferences for other coaches from states including Texas, Florida, and New York. As a Level III Coach, he trains juniors 15 hours a week. To help facilitate the training, he sends his kids through a feeder program so that the elite players help nurture the inexperienced ones, eventually certifying the elite players as Level I coaches. His wife, Rita Cardenas-Gamez, the backbone of the club, manages the funds, organizes events, acquires facilities, and pretty much maintains the existence of the entire club. Currently, Alamo Badminton Club receives some financial assistance from Community Youth Development Program (CYDP) and Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. Many of the expenses, however, are payed by the athletes and their parents. If you or your company would like to make a tax deductible contribution, it would be greatly appreciated to help these athletes achieve their Olympic dreams!
San Antonio Badminton Club Helotes, TX 9177148819
Baylor University Badminton Club Waco, TX (817) 755-3505
American Badminton Center - Abc-1 Dallas, TX (469) 534-7103
This is an initiative to promote the growth of badminton as a premier Olympic sport in Dallas and its suburbs. Our voluntary efforts for the past 20 years have seen significant increase in local badminton clubs, tournaments, quality of players and demand for coaching. However, formal and structured training for children were still lacking. Hence, our passion for promoting badminton, in conjunction with this specific need, propel us to start this venture with the expectation that the badminton community will be well served. The primary goal ABC is to provide a "badminton home" for children of Dallas/Fort Worth to train and acquire all disciplines necessary to be a Champion not only in the courts, but ......... also in life.
Plano Badminton Center Plano, TX (214) 509-8168
Plano Badminton Center is a full service facility dedicated entirely to the sport of badminton that is open to all Dallas badminton players. We offer: 7 Days A Week Badminton Facility; Pro-Shop with the Latest Products; Various Membership Packages; Training For Kids and Adults; Gym or Classroom Rentals. We are a badminton club with a dedicated badminton facility. Our facility is top of the line and open 7 days per week. Our facility enables our members to play, learn and practice badminton as much as they desire. Our facility is safe and family friendly. Mission Statement: Our mission at Plano Badminton Center is to provide a safe and family friendly facility that provides a reliable and enjoyable place to play, learn, and practice badminton. We will become the foundation to promote and grow badminton in the DFW area (Dallas, Irving, Plano, Frisco, Allen, and McKinney).
Tamu Badminton Club College Station, TX (979) 587-4740
This is an organization where people can be involved in the badminton world, regardless of skill level and experience. We are aiming to compete around the state and train each individual to become a recognized player, while having fun and enjoying diversities and new experiences.
American Badminton Center - Abc-2 Dallas, TX (469) 534-7103
This is an initiative to promote the growth of badminton as a premier Olympic sport in Dallas and its suburbs. Our voluntary efforts for the past 20 years have seen significant increase in local badminton clubs, tournaments, quality of players and demand for coaching. However, formal and structured training for children were still lacking. Hence, our passion for promoting badminton, in conjunction with this specific need, propel us to start this venture with the expectation that the badminton community will be well served. The primary goal ABC is to provide a "badminton home" for children of Dallas/Fort Worth to train and acquire all disciplines necessary to be a Champion not only in the courts, but ......... also in life.
Frederick P. Herring Recreation Center - Open Play Badminton Lewisville, TX (972) 219-3560
Open for all ages. No practices or team play.
The Core - Badminton Coppell, TX (972) 304-7077
Dfw Badminton Club Irving, TX (972) 721-2641
MISSION: Promoting badminton as a sport in the Dallas Fort Worth area. Encourage players to a positive, exciting and competitive environment. Inspire fitness, fun and friendship through organized participation in tournaments and training. Collaborate with other regional badminton clubs in Texas to promote interaction between players
Mustang Badminton Club Irving, TX (972) 556-1334
MBC (Mustang Badminton Club) is a non-profit organization founded in 2012, with the primary intent of promoting and playing the sport of badminton. MBC is proud to have a diverse pool of membership and fosters a friendly but competitive environment for players to enjoy the sport of badminton. Our membership is open to anyone who is interested in playing badminton and we are looking forward to you joining us.
Cimarron Park Recreational Center - Badminton Irving, TX (972) 910-0702
Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center - Open Play Badminton Plano, TX (972) 769-4404
Carpenter Park Recreation Center - Badminton Open Play Plano, TX (972) 208-8087
Oak Point Recreation Center - Badminton Open Play Plano, TX (972) 941-7540
Flower Mound Community Activity Center - Badminton Open Play Flower Mound, TX (972) 874-7275
Alamo Badminton Club @ Trinity University San Antonio, TX
Alamo Badminton Club, the largest certified juniors club in Texas, was started in 1997 by head coach Michael Gamez. What began as a small club, with half a dozen juniors sharing court space with adults, turned into a club comprised only of juniors. Currently Alamo Badminton Club trains 50 juniors ranging from ages 6 to 21. About 15 have competed nationally, 30 have competed state and locally, and the younger and inexperienced ones train to earn spots on the traveling team. In 2003 and 2004 Alamo Badminton Club earned a total of 10 Junior National medals and dominated the Texas junior circuit winning all first place finishes in the U19 and U17 events. One member was named to the 2004-2005 Junior National Developmental Squad and Junior National Team. Another longtime member was selected as 1 fo 20 world athletes to attend the World Training Center in Guangzhou, China for 2 months of intense training. Two Alamo Badminton Club athletes have also been named USA Badminton's High School All-Americans in 2001 and 2004. Michael Gamez' experience has also grown exponentially since he first began coaching juniors. Some of his accomplishments include: Head Coach of the 2004 Gold Winning Pan Am Junior Team, USA Badminton's Vice President and Director at Large, 2003 USOC's Volunteer of the Year, and 2004 US Olympic Developmental Coach of the Year. He has attended coaching conferences throughout the country and North America to improve his skills and increase his knowledge. He has even held state and regional conferences for other coaches from states including Texas, Florida, and New York. As a Level III Coach, he trains juniors 15 hours a week. To help facilitate the training, he sends his kids through a feeder program so that the elite players help nurture the inexperienced ones, eventually certifying the elite players as Level I coaches. His wife, Rita Cardenas-Gamez, the backbone of the club, manages the funds, organizes events, acquires facilities, and pretty much maintains the existence of the entire club. Currently, Alamo Badminton Club receives some financial assistance from Community Youth Development Program (CYDP) and Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. Many of the expenses, however, are payed by the athletes and their parents. If you or your company would like to make a tax deductible contribution, it would be greatly appreciated to help these athletes achieve their Olympic dreams!
El Paso Badminton Club El Paso, TX
Baylor College Of Medicine Badminton Club Houston, TX
The Baylor Badminton Club was established as a non-profit student organization affiliated with Baylor College of Medicine in December 2001. Based out of the Baylor Wellness Center - an athletic facility located on the eighth floor of Garage 6 in Texas Medical Center - the Baylor Badminton Club serves badminton fans at the College, aiming to achieve healthy bodies and minds by promoting exercise and socialization. Currently, there are three full-size badminton courts located in the gym and an ever-increasing body of players including Baylor faculty, staff, post-docs and students. Every year the Baylor Badminton Club hosts a friendly tournament in which colleagues from all over the Texas Medical Center come to have fun, make new friends and play badminton. These tournaments have shed a positive light on the institution, drawing attention from international students who avidly practice the sport, enabling new relationships and subsequent collaborations to form and contribute to a friendly environment. The Baylor College of Medicine Wellness Center has been the epicenter of the last six badminton tournaments hosted by our badminton club, with companies such as Chase Bank, Yonex, Fisher Scientific, Eppendorf, Miltenyi Biotec and Millipore as past sponsors. Due to changes in the club's organization, tournaments have not taken place in the last couple of years. One of our goals is to gradually revive this tradition by hosting a smaller tournament, in the hopes of having a more pronounced event with greater sponsorship in the future. The team has discussed an annual agenda that will include community events, training and more tournaments within and outside of the College. In fact, the Baylor Badminton Club team won first place in the most recent intercollegiate badminton tournament against Rice University, University of Houston and Texas A&M that took place on April 20, 2014. Another goal of the club is to continue working with the Houston Badminton Club, particularly volunteering to train and develop the city's youth as part of the Houston Youth Badminton Program, which takes place on Saturday morning at the Fondé Recreation Center. We strive to obtain members that share similar core values and are willing to contribute their efforts to reinstate the Baylor Badminton Club as an active student organization.
Flower Mound Cac Flower Mound, TX 972.874.PARK(7275)
Thursday 7:30pm-9:45pm Badminton Open Play Saturday 7:00am-11:00am Badminton Open Play
Chisholm Trail Community Center Fort Worth, TX 817-392-8070
One of Fort Worth’s newest community centers, Chisholm Trail is a premiere multi-purpose fitness and activity center located in Southwest Fort Worth, near Crowley
Badminton Club Edinburg, TX 9565665572
This club is a common space for members, non-members, faculty, and any able to enter the University Recreation facility to play and organize badminton games, to develop and improve their skills, to participate in training, and competitive matches and open tournaments. We range in all ages yet a majority who participate are college students. Sunday matches, the majority are senior professors who have the played the sport for many years and are the toughest matches to play in. Any are welcome and we look forward to seeing you.

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