BadBoard(Automated Badminton Peg Board)


Court Allocation Revolutionised

The Fully Automated Electronic Badminton Peg Board. Stress Free And Blame Free, So You Can Simply Enjoy Your Badminton.

Licencing And Purchasing Information

The licencing costs for the BadBoard system are as follows. Please note - Upgrades are regular and free of charge to licenced clubs, they are typically improvements/additons based upon our own clubs experiences and your feedback, which is always very welcome.

    BadBoard Small Clubs (Up To 30 Members)

Only €19.99 Per Year  

    BadBoard Medium Clubs (Up To 150 Members)

Only €29.99 Per Year  

    BadBoard Large Clubs (Unlimited Members)

Only €39.99 Per Year  

    BadBoard Free Licence Option

Free licence option covers basic court allocation with no additional features or configurable options available. Ideal for clubs with budget issues. Simpy supply your email address and we'll email you your free licence key. (Submit button will become active once a valid email address is detected)
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Upgrade Your Current Licence

If your clubs membership has outgrown your current licence, then you can upgrade it here. You can upgrade a small club licence to a medium club licence or a medium club licence to a large club licence. You'll need your current licence key to do this. If you cannot locate your current licence key, then please contact us via the contact form and we'll retrieve it for you. Note, expiry date will remain the same.

Current Licence


July 2017
Version is now available. Some important bug fixes and a few minor enhancements. See the download page for full details.
Tennis Club??
BadBoard For Tennis now available click here for full details and to download.
Download Now
BadBoard is now freely available to download and trial. The trial period is for one month, and is a fully functional non restricted version.
St Brigids Badminton Club
St Brigids badminton club in south county Dublin became the first club to formally adopt the BadBoard system as the club standard at their 2013 AGM.