Karen O'Reilly, coach

Karen was China national level 1 athlete who was ranked top 3 in China. She was Liaoning Province Women's single champion. Bing joined China National Youth team at 17. Since 19, Karen  represented the Irish national team won the New Zealand Open champion, the Welsh Open champion, the Irish Open champion and the Slovenia Open champion etc., as well as Irish single, double, mixed champions in ten consecutive ten years. After retiring Bing was the Irish provincial and national youth team coach who led the team won multiple gold medals.

Dedicated to helping individuals realize their true potential, UBC offers innovative, comprehensive, and specialized training programs. With expert instruction, a proven training methodology, professional-grade facilities and a challenging and motivating learning environment that brings together individuals of all ages and backgrounds, UBC provides the ultimate foundation for future success. We strive to develop the next generation of champions, leaders and influencers.

The Best Badminton Club in Silicon Valley Bay Area


United Badminton Club was founded in 2005, for the fans to enjoy badminton exercise in Bay Area. Coach Liu is the founder who established the badminton training process with quality standard and help the people improve the badminton skills at different levels. The young players trained by UBC have won most of the medals in different tournaments in US or Pan-Am. UBC is also a great place for badminton lovers to live a positive and healthy life by doing exercise and making friends after a long day.




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Xiaomu Liu, head coach

Since 2006, UBC has been led by coach Liu, who has eighteen-year international badminton coaching experience. He used to be the coach of Peruvian National Badminton Team. Coach Liu’s students were qualified for Thomas/Uber Cup semi-finals in theEuropean section in 2000. UBC won over 300 medals including 110 gold medals in different tournaments in US and Pan-Am since it was started. In 2009, UBC won 49 medals including 17 gold medals. On February 22, 2010, UBC received seven gold medals at JR. National Tournament. With that, seven UBC players were qualified for Pan-American at Jamaica in 2011. Coach Liu was appointed as the Badminton Pan-American Confederation Head Coach in 2007, and US Head Coach for the badminton Pan-American Youth Camp in 2010..


In 2013, three UBC players participated in the Thailand World Youth championship tournament. In 2014, two UBC players represented USA participated in the world cup tournament in Malaysia.


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