Goslings London is proud to host their 2020 International Badminton Tournament. Welcoming all members of the LGBT+ community and others from around the world to come and participate.

The tournament will be offering Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles at A, B+, B-, C+ and C- categories*.
*Please note: Due to unpredictable numbers for those registering, we reserve the right to, if necessary, combine certain grades and categories.

Pricing & Availability

We’ve limited places available so please be sure to register without delay to avoid disappointment.

Tournament participation – £50

Party (competitors) – FREE

Party (non-competing guests) – £15


A full programme will be provided once details have been confirmed. You will be notified by email and the programme below will be updated.

Friday 02 October 2020

Time Activity
07:00pm – 10:00pm Reception

Saturday 03 October 2020

Time Activity
08:00am – 09:00am Registration & Warm Up
09:00am – 06:00pm Singles & Mixed Doubles

Sunday 04 October 2020

Time Activity
08:00am – 09:00am Registration & Warm Up
09:00am – 01:00pm Doubles
08:00pm -Till late Party

Tournament Committee

The Goslings Tournament committee comprises of volunteers from the Goslings London Badminton Club.

Ubaid – Cockatoo (Dancing Queen)
Michael – Hawk (Nothing gets by him)
Benny – Kingfisher (Don’t blink or you’ll miss him)
Nick – Flamingo (Legs for days)
Owen – Angry Bird (Do you think this is a game?)

If you have any queries please email us at:



Friday 02/10/2020 – 19:00 to 22:00
Welcome reception supported by Mayor of London.

City Hall
The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA
Nearest Tube Station: London Bridge (Jubilee & Northern Line)

Sports Hall

Saturday 03/10/2020 – Sunday 04/10/2020
The best way to get to the sports hall is via the London Underground to Fairlop station on the Central line.

An Oyster card is the simplest and cheapest way to pay for public transport in London. You can buy and top-up a pay-as-you-go Oyster card from any London Underground station.

Plan your journey with the TFL Journey Planner.

Redbridge Leisure Centre
Forest Road, Hainault, Ilford, IG6 3HD
Nearest Tube Station: Fairlop (Central Line)


A central London location to be confirmed soon.

Message from the organisers

Goslings London is proud to invite you to our forthcoming international tournament between 2-4th October 2020. As the leading LGBT+ badminton club in London we reflect the diversity and vibrancy of this city.

Goslings London takes great pride in organising international tournaments. This event will cater for all ability levels across singles, mixed doubles and male and female doubles competitions. The event will take place at a fantastic tournament venue – the very training venue that was built specifically for badminton athletes at the London 2012 Olympic Games! We also aim to provide hosted housing for those who would like this.

And in addition to this, we have organised a brilliant social programme which includes a fabulous tournament party in Central London. Combined with the opportunity to win one of our glitzy medals, we believe you will have an awesome time competing at our London International tournament!

London is one of the most visited cities in the world with lots of great landmarks, an array of visitor attractions and a very dynamic LGBT+ nightlife scene. 

Don’t hesitate to book now to be part of Goslings London Badminton International 2020! We look forward to welcoming you in October!

The London Tournament Committee


In order to guarantee an exciting, entertaining und fair tournament, please ensure your level classification fairly and correctly reflects your ability. The following criteria have been set for classification in London:

  1. The team’s level will be determined solely on the basis of the better player’s level classification and results at LGBT tournaments (singles and doubles) over the last three years. Involvement in mixed and senator competitions will not be considered. It is the responsibility of each player/team to ensure that their classification is correct.
  2. Gold medal (first place) winners at tournaments in London or LGBT tournaments of a comparable size (200 participants or more, for example, Hamburg, Berlin, Eurogames, Gay Games) over the last three years are obliged to play in a classification level higher.
  3. The award of five medals (first to third places) at any LGBT tournaments over the last three years shall likewise result in a higher level classification.

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