• Bay Badminton Center (BBC) is the premier badminton facility in the greater San Francisco Bay Area & Silicon Valley. BBC currently has two convenient locations (with 22 total regulation courts) to serve the bay area’s recreational badminton players, corporate events , private parties, and tournaments attracting players from all over the world.

    • South San Francisco:
      • 1404 San Mateo Ave, South San Francisco, CA 94080
      • Tel: 650.588.2088
      • fax: 650.588.2211
      • View Map or View Directions
    • Milpitas:
      • 1191 West Montague Expressway, Milpitas, CA 95035
      • (Inside Montague Court at Flemings Business Park)
      • Tel: 408.942.2888
      • fax: 408.942.1888
      • View Map or View Directions

    Facilities offer:

    • Full Robbins flooring system (no mats = no slipping!)
    • Fully electronic court queuing system
    • Free Parking
    • Free Wi-Fi Access
    • Full-Service Pro-Shop
    • Shower/locker room facilities

    Our Mission:

    • A gymnasium with superb floor and outstanding amenities is a very real need for
      the sport in which we all love so much…BADMINTON.
    • To construct a gymnasium that would meet the standards of professional badminton players to be enjoyed by
      all who takes an interest in the sport of badminton from die hard badminton players to avid beginners.
    • To give this gymnasium a family oriented, social friendly environment that will encourage young adults
      and families with children to explore the sport of badminton.
    • To create a safe, ideal and healthy community for both the young and the old(er) to hang out and enjoy.
    • To be the “Badminton Center” of the Bay Area… to cater to the badminton player’s every need.

    Badminton, a widely beloved sport in Asia, is becoming more and more popular here in the USA and there is a very real need for a gymnasium of this stature. Badminton is a fast, precise and beautiful sport that requires discipline, agility and skill. It attracts and holds fast the attention of men and women of all ages. Originally, it was considered a young person’s sport but today, men and women of all ages continue to compete well into their 50’s and 60’s. It is also a sport that encourages friendships and social rapport. It is not surprising for someone to walk into a badminton gymnasium and immediately get invited to play a friendly game. Badminton is a sport that is hard on the joints and the wrong flooring can cause severe injuries. It is also a sport that is hard on the eyes and unsuitable lighting will cause fatigue and strain. Currently there are simply not enough places/gyms in which to play the sport of badminton.

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