Badminton Asia Confederation

Badminton Asia
Abbreviation Badminton Asia
Type Sports federation
Headquarters Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
41 member associations
Indonesia Anton Aditya Subowo

The Badminton Asia is the governing body of badminton in Asia. It is one of the 5 continental bodies under the flag of the Badminton World Federation (BWF). The confederation was established in 1959, headquartered in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. It aims to maintain Asia as the benchmark for world badminton in many years to come. It now has 41 member states.[1]

It had decided in the Annual General Meeting on July 16, 2006 that the confederation name was changed from Asian Badminton Confederation (ABC) to Badminton Asia Confederation (BAC).[2]

The recently-held Badminton Asia Extraordinary General Meeting October 16, 2015 in Kuwait which unveils the new logo for the Confederation, and Badminton Asia Confederation (BAC) will now be known as Badminton Asia as it charts the new era and a more dynamic Confederation which recognises all members as of equal importance and every member has a role to play for Asia.

Member associations

  • Afghanistan Afghanistan
  • Bahrain Bahrain
  • Bangladesh Bangladesh
  • Bhutan Bhutan
  • Brunei Brunei
  • Cambodia Cambodia
  • China China
  • North Korea DPR of Korea
  • Hong Kong Hong Kong China
  • India India
  • Indonesia Indonesia
  • Iran Iran
  • Iraq Iraq
  • Japan Japan
  • Jordan Jordan
  • Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
  • South Korea Korea
  • Kuwait Kuwait
  • Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan
  • Laos Laos
  • Lebanon Lebanon
  • Macau Macau China
  • Malaysia Malaysia
  • Maldives Maldives
  • Mongolia Mongolia
  • Myanmar Myanmar
  • Nepal Nepal
  • Pakistan Pakistan
  • State of Palestine Palestine
  • Qatar Qatar
  • Philippines Philippines
  • Singapore Singapore
  • Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
  • Syria Syria
  • Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei
  • Tajikistan Tajikistan
  • Thailand Thailand
  • East Timor Timor Leste
  • Turkmenistan Turkmenistan
  • Uzbekistan Uzbekistan
  • Vietnam Vietnam



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