Archibald Englebach
English badminton player (c 1920)
Personal information
Born1 January 1881[1]
Surrey, England
Died14 December 1961 (aged 80)
London, England

Archibald Frank Engelbach (1 January 1881 – 14 December 1961) was an English badminton player. He competed in the All England Badminton Championships, winning the men's doubles title in 1920 under the alias A. Fee. He was a schools gymnastic champion before taking up badminton and became a prominent badminton judge. This resulted in him being uncapped for the England team.[2] In 1930 he married Violet Baddeley, also a well known badminton player, daughter of Herbert Baddeley, the four-time winner of the Wimbledon doubles. He died in December 1961 at his home in London aged 80.[3]

Medal record at the All England Badminton Championships

Medal[4] Year Event
Gold medal – first place 1920 Men's doubles
Silver medal – second place 1922 Men's doubles


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  2. ^ Davis, Pat (1983). Guinness Book of Badminton. Guinness Superlatives Ltd. ISBN 0-85112-271-X.
  3. ^ "A.F.Engelbach". Badminton England. Archived from the original on 17 January 2017. Retrieved 8 November 2015.
  4. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries.