Dynamic Flame Badminton Club (DFBC) was founded in May 1985 and is incorporated with the Department of Commerce. The club's primary role is to promote physical activities that increase the rate of participation in badminton through support and leadership. DFBC is a “NOT 4 PROFIT” Local Community Sporting Club promoting badminton at grass roots level and developing high performance players.
DFBC is a KIDSPORT club that is inclusive, culturally diversified and supports membership of all nationalities.
DFBC promotes Keep Fit FUN Badminton Activities at various Communities, Clubs and Schools in partnerships and assistance with the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, Members of Parliament (MP), Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA), Members of the Legislative Council, Local Councils and Ashaway Pacific Sports (Singapore).
The Executive Management Team (EMT) is a young, dynamic, and energetic team of volunteers networking THIRTEEN leisure centres and 39 synchronised sessions for Juniors & Adults.
JUNIOR BADMINTON @ MELVILLE
The Inclusive Junior Badminton Program will be launched on Sunday, 9th August at 9.00 am.
Thanks to City of Melville, LeisureFit Management and Lisa O’Malley (MLA) Member for Bicton for assisting Junior Badminton in Melville .
Dynamic Flame Badminton Club Incorporated (DFBC)
DFBC extends special thanks to the City of Canning for the Equipment Grant.
City of Canning has always supported the delivery of badminton to the community .
The equipment grant will allow DFBC to provide badminton services to additional players in the CoC to allow them to get involved in the sport.
Thank you to the City of Canning and the team (Cathryn Coyle and Michelle Glaser) for the confidence placed with DFBC.
To create and establish pathways that provides Keep Fit FUN Badminton Activities and Social Development for players in the community.
To establish a Badminton FUN Activity network that provides satisfying experiences for players in communities
To promote and deliver services, support, leadership, and decisions that develop and create growth in Badminton.
Edmund Rice Centre (Mirrabooka), Multicultural Services Centre (Mirrabooka and Cannington), and Act-Belong-Commit.