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Credit: Mark Phelan (Badminton Europe)
Still chance to get your tickets!
Date: 11/13/2018 11:48 AM
Published by : Badminton Scotland

The Glasgow 2018 EuropeanChampionships may still be fresh in the memory but Badminton Scotland and the city of Glasgow are already looking forward to the next big event.

 

The Scottish Open BadmintonChampionships will be held at the Emirates Arena from 21-25 November 2018 and Kirsty Gilmour is already looking forward to defending her women’s singles title.

 

Badminton Scotland VicePresident Frank Turnbull echoed Gilmour’s sentiments: “Badminton really is a fantastic sport to watch live. It’s incredibly fast and some of the power the athletes can generate is astonishing.

 

“The atmosphere at the Emirates Arena is also very special. The fans are a great source of inspiration and encouragement for the players and I hope we will see another packed crowd for the tournament this year”


Billy Garrett, Glasgow life director of Sport and Events, said:

 

“The Scottish Open is one of the highlights of the annual events calendar in Emirates Arena, and the crowds always provide a warm Scottish welcome to all the athletes.

 

“I’d encourage everyone to snap up tickets for this event, and to come along to provide home support for what's set to be some incredible badminton competition.”

 

The Scottish Open is one of the leading European tournaments and will run for five days, starting on Wednesday, 21 November.

 

Click here to secure your seats or for further information about the event click here

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