Welcome to the website of the London Marylebone Badminton Club.
We play at the Seymour Leisure Centre, Seymour Place near Marylebone, London W1H 5JT. The sports centre is within walking distance of Edgware Road, Marylebone, Baker Street and Marble Arch Tube Stations.
Frequently Asked Questions
When do you play?
We play on Saturday mornings from 9 am to 11 am.
How much does it cost?
Membership is about £25 for 13 weeks but please check in advance that there are spaces.
How many members are there?
We have about 35 members with about 25 turning up to play on average.
How many courts do you play on?
We have the use of 5 courts.
What is the standard of the players?
The standard of our players is around the intermediate level. However, in order to make sure that everyone gets a good game at their own level, new members normally come along as visitors initially. This is for the new member to decide whether the standard is right for them and for the club to decide whether they will fit in with the club standards. If the standard is not good enough, the new member may look for a better club, whilst if the member is not up to the club's standard alternatives may be suggested.
Do you play in leagues?
We don't take part in competitions. This is purely just for some competitive fun and enjoyment.
What if I can't make it every week?
Don't worry, as a member of our badminton club you don't have to come every week
How can I find out more about the club?
Please send us an email by clicking here.
How do I join?
Please contact Sam providing details of your standard and experience.
Where can I find out more about badminton, or other locations to play?
Go to our links page for more information.
Thank you for your interest in our site and we look forward to hearing from you.
Click either one of the following for a street map showing where the sports centre is located:
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* Please note that we are not a formal club and therefore do not have any liability insurance. All liabilities will remain with the individual.