|Affiliation||Badminton World Federation|
United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee
|Headquarters||El Monte, California|
|Sponsor||Yonex, Tinsue, United Airlines|
USA Badminton (USAB) is the national governing body for the sport of badminton in the United States. There are currently 66 badminton clubs registered as of January 2019[update].
The American Badminton Association was founded in 1936 when Donald Wilbur, Robert McMillan, Donald Richardson, and Phillip Richardson decided to unite various badminton groups in the country. The name was later changed to United States Badminton Association in 1978 and later changed to its present name in 1996.
USA Badminton used to train its elite players at national training center in Colorado Springs, but they relocated to Anaheim in early 2017.
In 2021, US Senator Chuck Grassley, Ranking Member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, warned the leadership of USA Badminton about its potential criminal violations amid allegations that it sought to conceal claims of child sexual abuse and was obstructing an investigation by the United States Center for SafeSport.