Welcome to the website of DSBA-USSR

United Shuttles Smashing Right (USSR) is the student badminton club of Technical University of Delft (TU Delft). It was founded in the summer of 2006 and is formally recognised by TU Delft and part of the Delft Student Sport Federation (DSSF) in the sports centre of TU Delft.

USSR is a student-run association with players of all ages and nationalities. Most members are TU Delft students or graduates but everyone is welcome to join, you don’t necessarily have to be associated with TU Delft.

We offer weekly badminton training on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Training is provided on different levels, so whether you’re a beginner or expert, you will fit right in! Next to playing badminton, USSR is also a great way to meet and interact with new people. Social events are organized about every month such as dinner parties, casual drinks, bowling, etc.

If you’re interested in joining us, don’t hesitate to drop by on Tuesday evening and talk to our members! You can also find our contact information in the menu bar.

Panache Tournament

The weekend of the 29th of February a large group of USSR players traveled all the way to the other technical university of the country to play the Panache tournament. This tournament is spread out
BC Delft Recreational Tournament

On the 23rd of February, four of our members (Kailun Yang, Qiyao Peng, Anand Thamban and me) joined the recreational tournament organised by BC Delft. The tournament only had doubles
Friendly tournament with MBI

On Sunday, Feb 9th, we held our first friendly match of the year with MBI. Why? To keep the ties between the two clubs strong. To give members an opportunity to play with different people
USSR 1 & USSR 2 Competition Champions!

We are very happy to be able to anounce that both mixed teams of USSR, have become champion in the autumn competition in their respective divisions. USSR 1, consisting of Noor,
Christmas Dinner

The 18th of December, the annual USSR Christmas Dinner took place. This year we were seated at 't Boterhuis at the Grote Markt. The evening started out with the mysterious task of secretly answering