About our badminton club
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FIEDERBALL IZEG was founded on 12 July 1982 with the aim of:
- practicing and spread of badminton according to the rules of the national federation
- to establish bonds of friendship between the members and those of related associations
- to organize training sessions and competitions, as well as all sports events ",
as fixed in the statutes.
The club was evolving rapidly due to the growing number of people interested in the sport of badminton. From the beginning, the sport-minded education of young players was a fundamental basis of the club. This allowed us a progressive growth of members during the first years and so to build a flagship team playing in the highest national division between 1993 and 2016.
The titles of Luxembourg Champion in 2009 and winner of the Luxembourg Trophy in 2003 can be considered as the highlights for the club. In addition, FIEDERBALL IZEG was the first Luxembourgish club to win a match at the European Club Championships.
The players of FIEDERBALL IZEG were also able to enforce themselves as individual players.
With 62 individual national champion titles in Senior A (11 titles in single men, 12 titles in both women's singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles and 15 titles in men's doubles), the FIEDERBALL IZEG is by far the most successful club of the country. Most of these young players were coming out from our own teams, trained from begin on by the trainers of FIEDERBALL IZEG.
13 titles of Luxembourg Champion and 8 titles of Luxembourg Trophy for our youth teams testify to the desire of the club to invest a lot in a high-quality work for young players, as well as high number of young players from FIEDERBALL IZEG in the Luxembourgish national teams.
In order to progress and improve our structure as well as the quality of our players, FIEDERBALL IZEG decided to participate actively in the PRO-Club labeling project started by the Luxembourgish Badminton Federation (FELUBA) in 2018, where we were able to achieve the GOLD label, which means the second highest posssible award, handed over on October 28th during the yearly Luxembourg Youngsters International Tournament at the Coque.