50 Funny Badminton Team Names

Badminton sees an annual participation rate of over 7 million players in the United States in 2012. More than half of these participants also take part in bowling. The origin of badminton dates back to the ancient civilizations of Europe and Asia more than 2,000 years ago. Originally referred to as shuttlecock, this game was renamed Poon in India and introduced in the 1800’s. The International Badminton Federation was created in 1934 as an organization that joined global nations together as a participating affiliate to compete in world championships. A listing of badminton team names that encourage and inspire participants are outlined below.

Baddy Squad
Badminators
BADminton Attitude
Best Shot
Bird is the Word
Birdie Bashers
Encino Evil
Flying Gravity
Fury Us
Golden Racquets
Half-Cocked
Hotshots
Hustle and Hit
I’d Smash That
Inland Empire
Just Hit It
Little Birdie
Lobbers
Lord of the Strings
Monash Blues
One Eyed Jacks
Order on the Court
Pair of Aces
Play Hard or Go Home
Playtime is Over
Powershuttler
Refuse to Lose
Scorpions
Shuttle Blacks
Shuttle Whackers
Shuttlemasters
Smash Hard
Smashers
Space Shuttlecocks
Starting a Racket
Strokers
Tassie All Sorts
The Bad Mittons
The Birdie Buddies
The Fly Swatters
The Magnificent Seven
The Masterpieces
The Racqueters
The Shields
The World’s Fastest Bird
The Young Ones
Too Fast Too Furious
Warriors
Xtreme Executioners
You Just Got Served

When it comes to understanding the badminton court, the following infographic outlines the rules and lines to playing. The shuttle can only be hit once before it goes over the net. Similar to the court in tennis, lines are used to define the boundaries and service lines for the players. If doubles are playing, an alternate set of lines are used.

Guide to Badminton Court