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Summer badmiton is expected to start on July 1st.

In view of the guidelines of the government of May 28th., summer badminton is expected to start on July 1st..

These are:

  • recreation badminton during the day;
  • youth, recreational and competition training.

If the situation changes, we will inform you via a newsletter. The board also asks you to continue to consult the websites below and this website.

More information can be found on the RIVM, the National government and the NOC*NSF.

Thes measurements are taken to minimize the risks of the coronavirus.

Guidelines Government May 6th. in regard to sports for adults


  • Can I go to sports facilities as an adult to exercise?
    • From 11 May, the sports facilities may resume outdoor training. You can inquire at the sports clubs which training courses are offered and whether you can participate. Sports halls, squash courts and other indoor sports facilities will remain closed. The changing rooms and canteens at outdoor sports accommodations will also remain closed.
  • I would like to enjoy outdoor sports with friends or acquaintances. How can this be done safely?
    • Keep at least 1.5 meters away.
    • Stay indoors when you have a cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, and cough, or increase or fever.
    • Do not look for risks that make you dependent on medical help (for example due to an accident).
    • Do not exercise together if you fall into a risk group.

Updates about playing badminton at our club will be placed on this website.

We wish the best to all members, family and friends in these difficult times. May all of you be able to stay healthy. 

Thanks in advance for your cooperation

With best regards,
On behalf of the Board,

Jurjen Douma jr.