Badminton Student Club Leiden

With around 50 active members and 3 competitive teams we are a relatively small but cozy club!

Who we are

Our club was founded on the 7th of September 1978 under the name L.U.S.V. Badminton. We decided to change our name to Badminton Student Club (BSC) Leiden in 2021 to better emphasize the international nature of our club – students from all nationalities are welcome to play with us!

With around 50 active members and 3 competitive teams we are a relatively small but cozy club! Have you always wanted to try badminton for fun or competitively? We suggest the following course of action:

1. (Optional) Join our Whatsapp group
2. Come to up to 2 trial trainings (see more information at Training)
3. Become a member by paying the membership fee (see Membership)

Is something unclear? Contact us!



Here you can find all information about our training sessions.

Learn more →


Information about contribution and USC Membership.

Learn more →


Get to know our board and find out what they are up to!

Learn more →


Find out what activities we offer and what is planned!

Learn more →

Our Blog

  • Welcome to LUSV Badminton

    Welcome to LUSV Badminton

    Hi there! We are the student badminton club of Leiden University. With approximately 50 active members we are a cozy club. Even though we have 3 competitive teams, you can participate in our training and free-play sessions without playing competition. Whether you have never touched a racket before or have multiple years of experience, don’t…

  • Name change + new logo

    Name change + new logo

    After voting for a new club name we have decided to rename our club to Badminton Student Club Leiden (BSC Leiden). To commemorate this change we have also designed a new logo!

  • Coronavirus Regulations

    Coronavirus Regulations

    General rules There will be a couple restrictions. Read through them carefully. We first state the general rule and then explain it in more detail as there are sometimes exceptions in special cases. We are only allowed to play singles; Doubles are not allowed, as we can not adhere to the 1.5 metres distance rule. There…