Badminton Court

Plan drawing of a Badminton Court with dimensions labeled for singles and doubles games

Badminton Courts are the rectangular surfaces used for the racket sport of badminton. divided in half by a center badminton net, courts are usually marked for both singles or doubles games with boundary widths varying between the two match types. Badminton courts should be surfaced with safe flooring materials for gameplay, that include wood, synthetic, and rubber flooring options.

Badminton Courts have a length of 44’ (13.4 m), but double courts are 20’ (6.1 m) wide while single courts are reduced to 17’ (5.18 m); shrinking by 1.5’ (.46 m) on both sides. Service courts are split by a center line dividing the width of the court and are set back from the net by a ‘short service line’ of 6.5’ (1.98 m). Doubles games also require a ‘long service line’ that is placed 2.5’ (.76 m) in from the back boundary. Clearances of 2’ (.61 m) should be providing around the entire badminton court.


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17’-20' | 5.18-6.1 m
44’ | 13.41 m

Width (Full/Doubles): 20’ | 6.1 m
Width (Singles): 17’ | 5.18 m
Clearance: 2’ | .61 m around full perimeter
Material: Wood, synthetic, or rubberized surface



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Badminton Court plan


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Badminton is a racket (racquet) sport where players hit a shuttlecock over a net to score points. Badminton can be played in either singles (one player per side) or doubles with court sizes for either game style. Points are scored when the shuttlecock lands on the opposing team’s half of the court.