The BWF World Junior Championships is held annually and consists of two separate competitions: a mixed team championships for the Suhandinata Cup followed by an individual championships for the Eye Level Cups – all hosted over 12 days and attracting up to 50 teams and 400 players from around the world.

The Championships provides badminton fans with a first glimpse of the stars of the future. The World Junior Championship is the first opportunity for talented young badminton players to represent their country in a world event in the sport.

It is also an opportunity to experience top level competition and perhaps put them on the pathway towards becoming one of the stars of the future.

World Junior Championships 2019

Auckland, New Zealand

11 - 24 January 2021

By the numbers

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Volunteers Required

The Trusts Arena

65-67 Central Park Drive, Henderson

A sporting hub located in Waitakere, the Trusts Arena is home to a multitude of major sporting, music and entertainment events. The stadium provides a world-class experience for athletes and spectators.

  • On-site fitness centre and physiotherapy
  • 8 match courts, 4 warm-up courts and 8 training courts
  • Lush outdoor environment for rest and recreation