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Badminton Courts in Dublin

There are numerous places in Dublin where one can go and stretch their muscles with a game of badminton. Here are some of the best badminton courts in Dublin.

ALSAA

Indoor badminton is one of the sport from the wide offerings at ALSAA, located in Toberbunny. The venue can be accessed from 06.30 - 23.00 on weekdays and 09.00 - 18.00 on weekends, on a pay as you play basis. Dublin Bus Stop 1631 (Swords Rd) is the nearest station to ALSAA.

Inspire Fitness Centre

Located in Ratoath Road, Inspire Fitness Centre offers badminton on an indoor surface. The venue is available for hire on a pay as you play basis and is open from 06.30 - 22.00 from Monday - Thursday, 06.30 - 21.00 on Friday and 10.00 - 18.00 over weekends. The easiest way to get to Inspire Fitness Centre is from Dublin Bus Stop 1905 (Navan Rd, Skreen Rd).

Belvedere College

Belvedere College has badminton courts available for hire outside of school hours and during school holidays. The courts themselves are in the sports hall and have appropriate line markings and nets will be provided. It is located in just north of Dublin and can be accessed on a pay as you play basis.

Tallaght Athletic Club

Tallaght Leisure Centre offers badminton on an indoor surface. Its located in Fortunestown Way and the closest station is Dublin Bus Stop 2622 (Cookstown Rd, Fortunestown Way). The venue can be accessed on a pay as you play basis and is open 06.30 - 22.00 from Monday - Thursday, 09.00 - 22.00 on Friday, 09.00 - 18.00 on Saturday and 09.00 - 16.00 on Sunday.

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