2016 WSBA STEFM Team Tournament
Congratulations to the Syro Malabar Catholic Church who won a very close match against the Indian Orthodox Church Team on Saturday 7 - 5.
The Marthoma Church came 3rd and the Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church 4th.
It was a great day of badminton and catching up with friends.
Here's some smiling faces at the end of the day's play.
See the complete results via this link:-
Check out our Photo Gallery for 'On and around the Courts' photos.
WSBA thanks Pauline for running the St Mary's Indian Orthodox Church Tournament on Saturday 8th October.
A photo of the winners can be found in our Photo Gallery.
RMIT Vietnamese Students Association’s Badminton Sport Day
The Photo of the Winners is in our Photo Gallery
Everyone, players, organisers and spectators enjoyed a great day of Badminton at the Altona Badminton Centre.
This was the first time this event has been held with almost 100 players.
Gold Medallists: Titans with Xavier Vuong & Phat Duong
Silver Medallists: Dimsum with Tim Ma & Bai Lin Chen
Bronze Medallists: Laoki with Rich Huynh & Tony Ta
Spotswood District Sports Primary Badminton Competition
On Thursday 9th June 20 teams from six Primary Schools competed in a Round Robin Team Event, divided into three sections. At the end of a great day's play, Craig Haydock, the State Director of Badminton Victoria, presented trophies to the winners and runners up in each section.
The Photos are now in our Photo Gallery and the complete results can be found at
Thanks to Ron, Pat, Michelle, Pauline, Raymond, all Staff and Students.
WSBA's Monday Morning Ladies raised a magnificent $350 for the Breast Cancer Appeal at their Pink Lunch on Monday.
You can view the photos in our Photo Gallery.
Congratulations Ron Gray, awarded a Life Membership by Badminton Victoria at the Annual General Meeting this morning. A well deserved honour for years of Volunteering and Managing. Ron began as a WSBA Committee Member in 1983................
Paul Kern, President of Badminton Victoria presented Ron with his award.
WSBA has a range of new Yonex Footwear.
Get a 10% discount, or
15% discount when you show your 2016 WSBA Member card.
Regular Price, from left - $89, $145, $169, $169, $145, $169 & $169
WSBA Social Badminton
New offer! Come and get a Social Loyalty Card, and pay $50.00 for any 5 Social Nights! (valid for two months from the date of purchase)
Social Nights are Tuesdays from 7:30-10:00pm and Sundays from 6:30-9:00pm, with the regular price of $12.00 per night.
Congratulations Pauline Martin, WSBA Life Member 2015
The Altona Badminton Centre was officially opened in 1985 by Cr Les Crofts, the Mayor of the City of Altona. WSBA is known as the most prestigious Badminton Specific Stadium in Victoria and comprises 12 courts, kiosk, pro-shop, toilets and change room facilities and a large foyer.
At WSBA we host and support a variety of badminton tournaments and competitions for players from A Grade to C Grade.
Pennant competition A Grade – C Grade (two 20 week seasons each year)
State and National championships
Tournaments and Carnivals
- Championships run by WSBA
- Junior teams' competition, Friday nights during school terms
- Junior development squad
Ladies Social Competition, each Monday morning
- Veterans Tournaments
- Saturday afternoon and Sunday night social play
- Junior Casual Coaching Friday night, Saturdays and Sundays.
WSBA has 22 coaches ranging from Level 1 to Level 3 (the highest). Our coaches have extensive coaching and playing experience training state and Australian players and developing our juniors. For more enquires about the Elite Coaching School contact us today.
WSBA is also used by secondary and primary schools for physical education, training, and competition matches. As part of our development program, we offer a Primary Schools Participation Program aimed at Grade 3 & 4 children. For further information on our school programs, contact the Stadium Manager Ron Gray.
Our facilities are also available for casual hire. Badminton is the fastest racquet sport in the world and a smash has been recorded at 493km per hour by Tan Boon Hoeng of Malaysia in 2013, in the Guinness Book of Records.
Come down and hire a court today.