Singapore national badminton team

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Singapore National Badminton Team
Flag of Singapore.svg
SportBadminton
AssociationSingapore Badminton Association
LocationSingapore
Affiliation(s)Badminton World Federation
ConfederationBadminton Asia
World rank17
Websitesingaporebadminton.org.sg

The Singapore national badminton team[a] is a badminton team that represents Singapore in international badminton competitions. The national team is organised by the Singapore Badminton Association (SBA), the top governing body for badminton in the country.

Competitive record

  Asian Games Commonwealth Games Southeast Asian Games Badminton World Federation Badminton Asia
  Men Women Mixed Men Women Thomas Cup[1] Uber Cup[2] Sudirman Cup[3] Men Women Mixed
1965 bronze bronze
1971 bronze
1973 bronze bronze
1975 bronze bronze
1983 bronze bronze
1985 bronze bronze
1986 Group stage − 8th
1989 bronze bronze
1991 Fourth place
1995 bronze
1997 Quarterfinal Fourth place
1999 bronze
2001 bronze 23rd - Group 4 Promoted
2002 silver
2003 bronze gold
2005 Quarterfinal silver 11th - Group 2
2006 3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Bronze Quarterfinal Quarterfinal
2007 silver silver 10th - Group 2
2009 bronze bronze 12th - Group 2
2010 4th
2011 bronze bronze 13th - Group 2
2013 9th - Group 1 Relegated
2014 bronze Group stage − 9/12th Group stage
2015 bronze bronze 16th - Group 2
2016 Group stage Group stage
2017 bronze bronze 14th - Group 2 Group stage
2018 4th Group stage Group stage
2019 bronze bronze 17th - Group 2 Quarter-finals
2020 Group stage Quarter-finals
2021 bronze bronze
2022 bronze Group stage − 13th bronze
  Men Women Mixed Men Women Thomas Cup Uber Cup Sudirman Cup Men Women Mixed
  Asian Games Commonwealth Games Southeast Asian Games Badminton World Federation Badminton Asia

Players

Current squad

Notes

  1. ^ Chinese: 新加坡国家羽毛球队;
    Malay: Pasukan Badminton Negara Singapura;
    Tamil: சிங்கப்பூர் தேசிய பூப்பந்து அணி

References

  1. ^ BWF: Thomas Cup Archived 10 April 2008 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ BWF: Uber Cup Archived 10 April 2008 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ BWF: Sudirman Cup Archived 10 April 2008 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ "Singapore at 2021 SEA Games". Retrieved 17 May 2022.
  5. ^ "Singapore at 2021 SEA Games". Retrieved 17 May 2022.