Welcome to the website of 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 on different levels is provided 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 from time to time 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!
 

Regional Team Championships 2017
USSR at the Regional Team Championships in Alphen a/d Rijn
Tournament report: by Marieke Slits
 
After a good season of winning almost all our matches, we were ready and prepared
USSR on ICE
So, it started with a beautiful bus ride to the land of ice which gave ample time to the people to mingle with and to know more about one another while enjoying the beautiful towns and those green Dutch grasslands
USSR Score Keeper
Summer schedule is approaching, therefore, we would like to bring back the USSR Score Keeper. Find a potential opponent and challenge them to play a men or women's single. The results of your matches
Pick-up Competition and Anniversary t-shirts
The competition and anniversary shirts have been ordered and will soon arrive! We will post a message on Facebook when you can pick them up at one of the board members during
Christmas Dinner 2016
It was the time of the year, when all of the smashing rightees, would pause for a moment and gather on Christmas eves. The time was just right, and the time was just jolly, for us to embark to the