Undernoted are the benefits for affiliating your club to the Scottish Badminton Union. These are not in any particular order as each club has different views on which may benefit them most.
- 3 Copies per annum of the SBU's magazine "Scottish Badminton"
- The services of a qualified coach, free for the first two visits per annum
- Low rates for club insurance
- Complimentary tickets to the Scottish International Badminton Championships held annually
- Coaching for juniors at above tournament by leading coaches and top European players
- Advice on running tournaments etc
- Free copy of the Scottish Badminton Union Programme of Events booklet detailing all sanctioned tournaments, including school tournaments for the whole season
- Entitlement to play in sanctioned tournaments
- Entitlement to play in sanctioned leagues
- Top juniors in your club could be invited to District/Group coaching squads
If all who play badminton in Scotland were affiliated the resources available to develop the game would be so much greater and of course affiliation fees could as a result come down from their present level.
To affiliate your badminton club to BADMINTONscotland for Season 2014/2015, please use the following resources:
Club Affiliation Form for Season 2014/2015
Club Affiliation Costs for Season 2014/2015
Club membership lists Season 2014/2015
Public Liability Form
Useful Resources for clubs:
Raise the profile of your club
Social media for sports clubs
To register with CRBS to use BADMINTONscotland as an intermediary body to process child protection enhanced disclosures through, please read the following letter and return to BADMINTONscotland the attached 002b form for countersigning:
Letter to Clubs who wish to Disclosure check
CRBS 002b form
For support in setting up your club please see the Help For Clubs Website - www.helpforclubs.org.uk
Help for Clubs provides Sports Clubs with practical advice about how to manage and develop your activities. It contains guidance on running an effective sports club, simple template documents for many administrative functions, case examples of how other clubs have organised their affairs, suggestions for increasing club income, and links to other useful sources of help.
Club Development Resource