Welcome to Horsham Arun Badminton Club!

A local sports club promoting active and sociable fun

HABC is a large, friendly, badminton club for players of all ages. We understand that most badminton players play to keep fit and have fun! We have a range of club and match nights, as well as a flexible daily programme. Our sessions feature experienced players from all walks of life, some of whom are on court for 6 hours or more a week!

Visit Us Today!

Our first-time guests get to attend their first session for free. After that, you get the next two sessions at £5 each. Please contact our membership secretary so we can arrange a session for you to visit. We hope you enjoy your time with us at these sessions and consider becoming a member of our club!

To keep up to date on all things HABC follow us on Instagram or visit our News page!

Our Sessions

Our club has both daytime and evening sessions, totalling 7 sessions a week available for all members!


We offer one price to attend all of our sessions, plus discounts for students, couples, and those on a low income.


All club members are offered the opportunity to play in matches in local leagues. We play in Men's, Mixed, and Women's leagues, as well as having an Over 60s and Fusion team!

About Horsham Arun Badminton Club

Making active living enjoyable for everyone

Horsham Arun Badminton Club (HABC) can trace its roots back to 1926  at which time there were two clubs in the Horsham area, Roffey Club and  the Saracens Club (which later changed its name to the West Horsham  Club). HABC was formed when these two clubs combined in 1954, playing at  the Albion Hall in Horsham. Horsham District Council’s plans included  the development of the venue, now Swan Walk Shopping Centre, and HABC  relocated to an Atcost garage at the old Army camp at Broadbridge Heath.  This infamous venue is widely remembered for its leaking roof and  concrete floor. Following the move HABC embarked on a long-term  fundraising campaign, eventually securing funds to upgrade the venue,  including the luxuries of heating, an insulated floor and a lounge area.

In the mid-1980’s HABC relocated again as once more Horsham District  Council sold the venue for development, this time to Tesco Stores Ltd.  This second relocation proved rather more beneficial for the club as it  culminated in the building of Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre including  HABC’s purpose-built badminton hall, with private changing rooms and a  lounge bar overlooking the courts.

From October 2018 we moved to the new Bridge Leisure Centre which has been purpose-built for the benefit of the people of Horsham and surrounding areas, to enjoy.

Contact Us

For all enquiries either send an email to our Membership Secretary or DM us on Instagram (and why not give us a follow while you're at it!)

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