2014 Indian Badminton League

Tournament Details
Dates 30 September – 15 October
Administrator(s) Badminton Association of India
Tournament Format(s) Round-robin and Knock-out
Host(s) India
Venue(s) 6
Teams 6
Tournament Summary
Matches played 16

2014 Indian Badminton League will be the second edition of Indian Badminton League. The second edition was slated to be held from 30 September 2014 to 15 October 2014. However, due to International schedule, it has been postponed to January–February 2015.[1]

The Indian Badminton League has run into a bit of a roadblock as far it’s second season is concerned. The busy international schedule could force the Badminton Association of India (BAI) to push the event to early next year instead of in 2014, reports NDTV.

The inaugural edition was a huge success with fans, players and sponsors alike extremely delighted to be a part of it. And on the back of that success, this year’s edition was slated to be held between September 30 and October 1.
But with 2014 also featuring the Asian Games (September) and the Commonwealth Games (July) the availability of all of the top players is doubtful.
BAI vice president (administration) TPS Puri said, “We want to ensure that all the top players are available for the tournament and that looks difficult this year due to the busy international schedule. Though a final call is yet to be taken, we are considering the option of holding the tournament early next year.”


Six teams will participate in this season:

  1. Awadhe Warriors
  2. Banga Beats
  3. Delhi Smashers
  4. Hyderabad HotShots (Defending Champion)
  5. Mumbai Masters
  6. Pune Pistons


Six venues have been selected for the first edition of Indian Badminton League:

Lucknow Warriors
Mumbai Masters
Banga Beats
Delhi Smashers
Pune Pistons
Hyderabad HotShots
Locations of IBL teams
Delhi Lucknow Hyderabad
Delhi Smashers Awadhe Warriors Hyderabad HotShots
DDA Badminton and Squash Stadium Babu Banarasi Das U.P. Badminton Academy Gachibowli Indoor Stadium
Capacity: Capacity: Capacity: 4,000
Bangalore Mumbai Pune
Banga Beats Mumbai Masters Pune Pistons
Kanteerava Indoor Stadium Sardar Patel Stadium, NSCI Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex, Badminton Hall
Capacity: 4,000 Capacity: Capacity: 3,800


  1. ^ "Indian Badminton League to be postponed to early 2015". IANS. news.biharprabha.com. Retrieved 21 April 2014. 
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