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    sport scotland  DATASHEET - Pitch and court markings Badminton | 021 Badminton court layout     Badminton | 021 Badminton design data  Project manager: Kate Matthews, August 2012 ISBN: 978 1 85060 601 7 Please contact a member of our Facilities Team to discuss your project in detail: sport scotland, Templeton on the Green, 62 Templeton St, Glasgow G40 1DA | e: facilities@sportscotland.org.uk | t: 0141 534 6500 Court dimensions Doubles 13.40m x 6.10m Safety margins: minimum 2m clear between the back of the court and any wall. 1.5m clear between the side of the court and the wall or another court. 1.2m should be allowed between sport hall dividing nets. The singles court is marked within the doubles court as shown overleaf. Line markings Width of lines: 40mm External dimensions include width of lines. Shuttle speed testing marks To show the zone in which a shuttle of correct pace lands when tested, an additional four marks 40mm x 40mm may be made inside each side-line for singles of the right service court, 530mm and 990mm from the back boundary line. Colours  The lines shall be easily distinguishable, preferably white but yellow is also acceptable. Preferred playing surface colours are green, blue or natural timber with a transparent seal. The finish to the flooring should be matt to avoid any glare. sport scotland recommend a light reflectance value of 0.2 - 0.4 for the floor surface. The ideal badminton hall has four plain walls with no windows. Walls should be medium to dark shades with a matt finish in order to contrast with the shuttlecock. There should be no dis-tracting attachments, particularly brightly coloured items. Blue or green are preferred colours. The surface texture, colour and reflectance value should be consistent over the full hall, with excessive changes in colour and materials avoided if possible. Wall - The light reflectance of value of the materials should be 0.3 - 0.5 in a matt finish. Ceiling - The light reflectance of value of the materials should Clear height requirements Recreational: 6.7m clear height above the playing area Competition: 7.5-9m clear height above the playing area International standard:  At least 9m but preferably 12m clear height above the playing area The heights indicated refer to clear heights above the court and below any structure or services. Sports hall environment Ideal temperature: 16 degrees Air velocities should be less than 0.1m/s to avoid deflecting shuttlecocks. Lighting levels: recreational and club use: 300-500 lux International events: 1000 lux Uniform levels of illumination across the hall is preferable. Direct sunlight should be avoided. Hall dividers: If a sports hall has dividing nets between courts it is preferable for these to be blue / green to contrast with the shuttlecock. Ideally they should the same colour as the walls and ceiling Sports floor: Sports floor conforming to BS EN 14904:2006  National & international level competition's are commonly played on a roll out court over an existing sports floor. Net Source documents Handbook II Laws of Badminton and Regulations Updated 1 December 2012 Badminton World Federation Endorsed by   BADMINTON scotland   sport scotland  DATASHEET - Pitch and court markings
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