Whether you’re trying to set up your own badminton court or just want to know for fun or educational purposes, let’s get down to the details of the size of a badminton court! I already have a post that details the dimensions of a badminton court and some strategies but this post will give the details specifically in meters and be very concise.
A full badminton court is 6.1 meters wide and 13.41 meters long. This is used for doubles and mixed doubles.
A singles badminton court is 5.2 meters wide and 13.41 meters long. The singles court has a smaller width because the side alleys are not used in singles and are considered out of bounds.
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|Singles Court||13.41 meters||5.2 meters||69.73 square meters|
|Singles Service||4.72 meters||2.6 meters||12.27 square meters|
|Doubles Court||13.41 meters||6.1 meters||81.8 square meters|
|Doubles Service||3.96 meters||3.05 meters||12.08 square meters|
|Net||0.76 meters||6.1 meters||4.64 square meters|
|Side Alley||13.41 meters||0.45 meters||6.03 square meters|
Dimensions of a Full Badminton Court in Meters
A full badminton court is 6.1 meters wide and 13.41 meters long.
Dimensions of a Singles Badminton Court in Meters
A singles badminton court is 5.2 meters wide and 13.41 meters long.
What are the Dimensions of the Badminton Alleys in Meters?
The badminton alleys are 0.45 meters wide and 13.41 meters long. There are 2 badminton alleys on a full badminton court – one on the left and one on the right. The area of a single badminton alley is 6.03 square meters, which is taken by multiplying the width of the alley by its length.
What is the Area of a Full Badminton Court in Square Meters?
The area of a full badminton court is 81.8 square meters. This is calculated by multiplying the width of the full court (6.1 meters) by the length of the court (13.41 meters).
What is the Area of a Singles Badminton Court in Square Meters?
The area of a badminton court is 69.73 square meters. This is calculated by multiplying the width of the singles court (5.2 meters) by the length of the court (13.41 meters).
What are the Dimensions of a Singles Service Area in Meters?
The singles service area is 2.6 meters wide and 4.72 meters long. This produces an area of 12.27 square meters. This is calculated by multipying its width (2.6 meters) by its length (4.72 meters).
What are the Dimensions of a Doubles Service Area in Meters?
The doubles service area is 3.05 meters wide and 3.96 meters long. This produces an area of 12.08 square meters. This is calculated by multiplying its width (3.05 meters) by its length (3.96 meters).
How Tall are the Badminton Poles in Meters?
The poles that the net attaches to are each 1.55 meterstall. The poles are placed on the doubles lines in the middle of the court. The poles cannot be placed past the thickness of the doubles line, which are 0.04 meters thick.
What are the Dimensions of a Badminton Net in Meters?
A badminton net is 6.1 meters wide and 0.76 meterstall. This produces an area of 4.64 square meters by multiplying the width by the length of the net.
The tape at the top of the net is 6.1 meters wide and 0.08 meters tall on both sides of the net.
The net must be at 1.55 meters tall at the poles (which is the height of the poles) and can dip down to 1.52 meters in the middle of the net according to Badminton World Federation (BWF) regulations.
How Thick are the Lines on a Badminton Court in Meters?
The lines on a badminton court are 0.04 meters thick.
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