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Badminton courts are available to hire across Greater Manchester and we’re here to help you find your perfect court. Badminton is a great sport to play all year round as the courts are always indoors, meaning you can keep exercising even in the cold winter months! So grab your racquet and shuttlecock and book a badminton court!
Most courts can be hired on a pay as you play basis but we recommend making a block booking to ensure you can play your game on a weekly basis without any hassle. We have compiled a list of some of the best badminton courts in Manchester for you to try.
Based in Salford, Clarendon Leisure Centre has a state of the art sports hall with badminton courts available to hire. Nets are provided by the venue and in some cases racquets and shuttlecocks can be hired for an additional fee. However, we recommend calling before placing your booking to ensure these are available. Free parking is also available for all customers. The nearest station is Salford Crescent and the venue is not far from MediaCity making it ideal for after work games.
Eccles Leisure Centre is located just West of Salford and has a multi-purpose sports hall. It has pristine badminton court markings and the courts can be hired on a one-off basis or a block booking can be made if you are looking to play every week. The nearest station is Eccles, with the Eccles Metrolink tram stop just a few minutes' walk away from the venue.
Chorlton High School is based just East of Stretford and Sale and has numerous sports facilities available to hire outside of school hours. Their sports hall has badminton court markings and these can be hired with nets also being provided by the venue. Car parking spaces are available for all players and the nearest tram stop is St Werburgh's Road.
Conveniently located in Salford Quays, Oasis Academy MediaCityUK has badminton courts for hire when they are not being used by the school. This means it is ideal for after work and weekend games. Parking spaces are provided but if you’re planning to travel via public transport then the nearest tram stop is Anchorage.
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