Badminton – the Fastest Racket sport – and that’s official!

Royal Signals – the 2016 Inter-Corps Badminton Champions.

The speed of the shuttle at the top level

Royal Signals Badminton

Open to all, take part now

All are welcome to enter the Royal Signals Championships which, in 2016 saw more than 80 participants ranging from novices who had never picked up a racket before to Army and Inter-Services standard players.

Play Badminton your way

Play Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles, team or Veterans’

Badminton events include a Team event, Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles along with a Veterans competition for those aged over 35. You can enter The Royal Signals Championships either via your unit Rep or as an individual. Any questions please get in touch via the contact us form below,

Novice? No problem

Alongside the mainstream events there is a separate ‘Novice Competition’ specifically designed to encourage new players to participate.

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Army Championships

Don’t be daunted by title, The Army Championship is just a larger version of the Signals Championship – open to anyone to attend and with all the same events, including a novice event.

Inter Corps Competition

Royal Signals enters a team of six males and our females as standard. Selection is based on performance at the Signals and Army championships. For the past few years the Corps has also fielded a development second team, enabling us to bring fringe players through and give them exposure and experience at a higher level.

Army standard

Those who perform well at The Championships (and other events) could go on to be picked by the Army team to play at the inter-services. In 2016 four members of the Corps Team were selected to represent the Army.

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The season runs from September to May with events throughout the year. Participants range from novice to elite. Why not join in now?

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Royal Signals Badminton