Calpe Badminton Club is one of the oldest badminton clubs in the Marina Alta area.
It was formed back in 1991, and has offered competitive and fun badminton to all nationalities in the area for over 30 years.

About Calpe Badminton Club

Calpe Badminton Club currently plays every Monday and Thursday morning between 8am and 11am (In July and August only on Saturdays) at the Pabellón Deportivo Domingo Crespo, between the soccer fields and the Pista Azul, Avda País Valencia, Calpe (the road where the Rastro used to be on Wednesdays). You can just turn up, or contact us first at calpe.badminton@gmail.com.

We play with feather shuttles to the latest IBF rules, and have up to four courts available at each session.

We are a friendly club, welcoming men and women of all ages and nationalities. The only requirement is that you can play badminton at a reasonable standard! If you are a regular badminton player looking to join a local club then get in touch. It doesn\’t matter whether you live here permanently or just visit for holidays – we always like to see new faces. We initially ask you to play as a visitor (€4 per session) for up to 4 sessions and then your membership is approved by the committee. Currently, the membership fee is €20 then €1 per session.

The club is also integrated into the local community and makes regular donations to local charities.

However, badminton is what brings us all together and we take it fairly seriously too. We are affiliated to the Valencian Badminton Federation.

Whilst the club is based in Calpe, our members come from Javea to Albir (and all points in between). The main langage of the club is English, but we also have Spanish, German, Dutch and Belgian members. The common language is badminton!

For more information email us at calpe.badminton@gmail.com or use the contact us form on this site, we would love to hear from you.

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There are currently 5 members of the Badminton Club Committee.
Ian Naylor
Ian is a regular player ever since he joined the club. He brings along some bright colours.
Michael Bond
Not related to the spy with the same name, but as nosy as.
Luc ‘Tintin’ Vuerings
As his middle name suggests, he is belgian, but his crested hair is not as it used to be. This might be a good picture though.😁
Rudy is a fairly active member of the club. From Belgium and living and working as a chef/waiter in Calpe. Rudy is our resident linguist as he speaks 5 different languages.
Martina Drake
Vocal Member
Coming from Germany to improve her Spanglish, to play badminton and grow grapefruit.

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