Basel to host para badminton world championship 2019

BWF World Junior Championships 2019 will happen in the capital of the Czech Republic – Prague – after Council individuals acknowledged an offer from the Czech Badminton Federation to have the two-week competition which envelops a blended group title and an individual occasion.

The Czech Badminton Federation is quick to give a high-gauge competition when the BWF World Junior Championships unfurls at the 8,000-situate Tipsport Arena.

BWF Council individuals are assembled at their year-end meeting in Jamaica, where two European bidders were compensated with BWF occasions. 

Other than Czech Republic, Katowice in Poland was declared as host of the World Senior Championships in 2019.

On a related note, the BWF Council has deferred its choice on the host city for the BWF Para-Badminton World Championships 2019, pending further discourses.

Congratulative words from the President

- I might want to compliment both effective part relationship on their triumphant introductions. It is especially satisfying to see our Major Events drawing in enthusiasm from urban areas and nations to which we have not customarily gone, said BWF President Poul-Erik Høyer.


- It is another positive sign that badminton is growing great and broadening its worldwide reach. In light of the specialized, calculated and social components of the offers we have acknowledged, we anticipate some great occasions in Katowice and Prague which all players ought to appreciate.

Coming back to Europe

BWF Junior Championships was effectively facilitated in Europe in 2016, where the Spanish Badminton Federation facilitated the occasion in the city of Bilbao.

What's more, Badminton Europe is charmed to encounter that the occasion will come back to the landmass.

"We are extremely glad and upbeat."

"We need to give an awesome introduction of badminton to our nation and an incredible introduction of our city and nation to the remote players and fans who come there," said Czech Badminton Federation Vice-President, Jan Mikulka, including that city authorities have effectively given their approval to this activity.

The Czech Federation will have awesome involvement with facilitating significant junior occasions as they will have Badminton Europe's own U17 championships from 21-29 November 2017.

Take in more about all of Badminton Europe's European Championships here.


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