BEC President Peter Tarcala, submitted his resignation with immediate effect, stating this being for personal reasons. The message was received as a shock for the badminton community in Europe but unfortunately irrevocable to this moment.
The Badminton World Federation (BWF) is pleased to announce the final list of badminton qualifiers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. A total of 87 male and 86 female players representing 50 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) from the five Continental Confederations have been selected.
The qualification tournaments of European Mixed Team Championship will be held simultaneously in four European countries from December 9 to 12. Initially planned for six groups held in different locations around Europe, due […]
On December 3 Badminton Europe conducted a virtual Circuit Organisers Workshop, which focused on how to organize an international badminton tournament during the Covid-19 pandemic. The workshop focused on how to organize international […]
The Sports Department of the European University Sports Association met virtually with Badminton Europe on Monday, November 16, as the two partner organisations discussed their respective activities. Badminton Europe and EUSA have been […]
Badminton Europe (BEC) has been working hard to develop a new project which strives towards gender equity in our sport. The Gender Equity Ambassadors Team is revealed. To achieve our aim, Badminton […]
Badminton Europe is seeking a Development Officer for a full-time position to join its head office in Copenhagen, Denmark.