Badminton Court




At Acer Sport, we have an in-house wooden flooring manufacturing unit providing end-to-end installation services for sports wooden flooring for badminton courts. Our Wooden Badminton Court is the perfect solution for indoor play, providing excellent anti-slip properties to ensure a safe and enjoyable player experience.

For Badminton Court, we have options like Teak wooden flooring, Maple wooden flooring & Heava wooden flooring.

The complete wooden flooring should be based on Shock Absorption, Vertical Deformation, and Friction for Indoor Surfaces for multi-sports use according to the requirements of EN 14904 (06/2006).

A badminton court is a rectangular area used for playing the sport of badminton. The court is typically indoors, although it can also be outdoors. Here are some key details about the content of a badminton court:

Dimensions: The standard dimensions of a badminton court for singles play are 13.4 meters (44 feet) in length and 5.18 meters (17 feet) in width. For doubles play, the width of the court is increased to 6.1 meters (20 feet).




Court Lines: The court is marked with lines that define its boundaries and various playing zones. These lines are typically white and should be visible against the floor color. The lines include:

Baseline: The back boundary line of the court.

Sidelines: The side boundary lines of the court.

Centerline: The line bisects the court, separating the left and right service courts.

Service Lines: These lines divide the court into service courts for serving.

Short Service Line: The line dividing the front service court and the rest of the court.

Net: A net stretches across the center of the court, dividing it into two halves. The top of the net is suspended 1.55 meters (5 feet 1 inch) above the ground at the center and 1.524 meters (5 feet) at the posts.

Poles and Posts: The net is supported by poles or posts on the sidelines. These are typically metal or strong plastic structures firmly anchored to the ground.

Floor Surface: The floor of a badminton court is usually made of wood or synthetic materials designed to provide good traction and minimize slipping. It should have a consistent and smooth surface to facilitate smooth movement during play.

Lighting: Proper lighting is essential for indoor badminton courts to ensure good visibility of the shuttlecock and players. Lighting fixtures should be evenly distributed across the court to minimize shadows and glare.

Surroundings: The surroundings of the court should be clear of obstacles to allow players to move freely and to prevent accidents.