Elite Training Programme

The Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy (PPBA) has collaborated with GoSports (India) Pvt.Ltd to setup the Elite Training Programme at its centre in Bangalore. This programme was conceptualised with the intent of having foreign teams come to the garden city of Bangalore and train at the world class facilities of the PPBA.

Customised packages will be offered to athletes to ensure that they can train and acclimatise to Indian and Asian conditions. The PPBA is also the training base for many of India’s top Badminton players, who would make ideal sparring partners for athletes during their training stint.

Athletes can use this programme as a stepping stone to greater success in the Asian leg of the Badminton calendar. Overall this programme seeks to offer the ultimate Badminton training experience to athletes from around the world!

For group programme details and group rates please write in to trainingcamps@gosports.in

For individual programme details and rates, please write in to info@ppba.in


For teams interested in coming to India, these training programmes serve as opportunities to:

  • Help visiting sports teams acclimatize before participating in tournaments in Asia

  • Gain visibility in a developing sporting nation with immense potential

  • Experience a new culture

Our areas of expertise include:

  • Organising Elite training programmes

  • Organizing practice matches between visiting teams and high-quality Indian players

  • Specialised Acclimatisation programmes

  • Customised packages

Programme History

We have had the pleasure of hosting the Belgium Badminton team for a two week programme prior to the Badminton World Championships in Hyderabad. A team of 5 players along with their coach Mr. Alan McIlvain were hosted by Prakash Padukone Academy and GoSports.

“It has been a pleasure to interact and work with GoSports (India) Pvt. Ltd. and Prakash Padukone Academy. The facilities and players are of excellent quality and the service at the hotel was fantastic.

Everyone involved in Bangalore has been highly cooperative and helpful. This programme could not have been a more successful preparation for the World Championships.”

– Alan