Welcome to the East Sussex Junior Badminton Academy

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Trent and Sahara modelling the 2017 kit

ESJBA was the first ‘development’ group in the County and is now one of the largest in Sussex, providing a safe and professional environment for players that fall just below County acceptance. Each year many of our players go on to achieve the next step as a County player and some decide to continue their training with both ourselves and the Sussex county Juniors. ESJBA work closely with Sussex Junior Badminton and some of our coaches either work with or have worked with SCJB in the past.

For a comprehensive Introduction to the East Sussex Junior Badminton Academy CLICK HERE

End of Season Presentations and Squad Pictures

NOTICE: As of 24 July ESJBA will be known as the ‘East Sussex Junior Badminton Academy’.

COVID-19: Advice from ESJBA(PDF File)

COVID-19: Advice from ESJBA(Docx File)

Badminton Activity – Covid-19 Local Restrictions

Badminton England Return to Play 19th July 2021

Latest Squad Pictures

Also follow us on our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ESJBA

 

ESJBA – OUR AIMS

 

ESJBA is a non-profit making organisation, run and organised by a management committee comprising of volunteers. We are affiliated to Badminton England. ESJBA incorporate the Districts and Boroughs of Wealden, Lewes, Hastings, Eastbourne, Rother, and Brighton.

ESJBA respond annually, both pro-actively and re-actively by meeting the fluctuating demands such as, numbers, ages and locations of young players within East Sussex.

The object of the Academy is to encourage the development of badminton in East Sussex, and managing of its Squads.  We also aim to support progression in badminton and ultimately this often means a player improving sufficiently to be selected for the Sussex County squads.  Each year many of our players go on to achieve this next step and some decide to continue training with both ourselves and Sussex.  We are there to provide the additional training with professional coaching for those players that require more experience and knowledge of the sport to pursue their ambitions. 

As of July 19th

 

·         No legal limits on social contact

·         All play permitted

·         All tournaments permitted

·         No maximum group size.

·         No limits on spectators numbers

·         Use of changing rooms is permitted *

·         Face coverings are no longer required *

 

Although the government has allowed us to return to normal play there are several considerations badminton clubs, coaches and groups

need to bear in mind i.e.  Self Isolation &  Track and Trace.

*Face coverings are no longer required by law, but it is recommended that we should continue to wear them in crowded and enclosed settings.

*Participants and coaches are not required to wear a face covering while taking part in activity. However we will still be required to follow the guidance of your venue and any local recommendations. The use of changing rooms is permitted but you should also  follow your venue’s guidance.

It is still advised that we should continue the guidance of washing hands regularly and maintain social distances whenever possible.