“One Sport – One Team” 

Badminton is a sport for all, meaning that it is accessible to people with a physical impairment. Aligned with the Badminton World Federation's (BWF) "One Sport – One Team" philosophy, Para-badminton will debut as a Paralympic sport in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

Para-badminton players are grouped to compete in one of six Sport Classes to ensure fair and safe competition. The grouping is carried out by trained classifiers, who evaluate players and determine their sport class and sport class status for play in tournaments.

Where to play

Badminton Victoria is working with community partners and our member clubs, associations and venues to develop Para-Badminton programs throughout the state.

Make an enquiry about para-badminton to your local badminton club, association or venue today or subscribe to BV News and Calendar for updates on the Para-Badminton events.

Introducing the
Ability Para Badminton Club

Victoria's first established Para-Badminton community.


Badminton Victoria welcomed the Ability Para Badminton Club as a new member club in 2018. Ability Para Badminton Club is a first in the Victorian community, who are solely orientated towards the participation and development of people with a physical disability who are interested in giving badminton a swing.


Current club members are enthusiastic participants in categories WH1&2, SL3&4, SU5 and SS6 of Para-Badminton.

More BV Para-Badminton News


Level 1, Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC)

30 Aughtie Drive

Albert Park, Victoria, 3206

Phone: +61 3 9686 4777

Fax: +61 3 9686 6999



For all court bookings at MSAC, call +61 3 9926 1555 or book online today.

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