Purple League Sports Management Sdn Bhd (formerly Purple League (M) Sdn Bhd, est. 2014) is supported and sanctioned by the Youth & Sports Ministry and the Badminton Association of Malaysia.
The Purple League ecosystem enables opportunities for growth in the badminton industry, as well as towards the success of the sport for Malaysia.
The league was created mainly to help fulfil Malaysia’s aspiration of finding the next Malaysian Olympic badminton champion, while creating more value in the industry by generating job opportunities and a stable career path for badminton professionals.
The Purple League platform allows world top ranked players and young upcoming talents alike to compete on the same court, providing an unique and invaluable experience to both the players and audiences alike.
The Purple League also believes that sports bring people together, and thus envisioning the league as a platform for promoting unity among Malaysians.
To develop the potential and polish the skills of Malaysian badminton players to raise the level of competitive badminton in Malaysia.
To lead Malaysia’s talented badminton stars on the international stage.
AEON Credit Services (M) Berhad will be hosting the sixth season of The Purple League Junior. The League was launched in late 2015 to offer emerging talented players under the age of 18, the opportunity to hone their skills in a highly competitive environment. It assumes an important complementary role that dovetails into the main Purple League. By setting a solid foundation, these initiatives are tailored to concurrently elevate the quality of badminton in the country and to produce a new era of champions.
Over 300 local and international junior players from 23 clubs will be competing in single round robin matches in Division 1, 2 and 3 for championship titles in their respective divisions.
PURPLE LEAGUE JUNIOR SEASON 6 – 2020
FORMAT OF PLAY
Teams to compete in 4 regional preliminary rounds in round robin format followed by a play-off format to decide the top 4 teams of the region. The top 4 teams in each regions will qualify into the Grand Finale of AEON Credit Service Purple League Junior where the top 16 clubs in the country will be competing to be crowned the Junior League Champion.
ORDER OF PLAY
Mixed Doubles, Boys’ Singles, Girls’ Singles , Boys’ Doubles, Girls’ Doubles
The success running of the Purple League Professional and Purple League Junior, Malaysia Purple League is embarking on a brand new badminton league aimed at the corporate world, with an initiative to help widen the reach of the local badminton competitions platform. BizLink Property’s support for the 2020 season has proven another year of success. The objectives of the Purple League Corporate are to:
1. Raise awareness of sports among corporate sector as a healthy, social, uniting.
2. Raise awareness of Purple League among corporate sector to support for Malaysia badminton betterment.
3. A platform for corporate sector to be involved for business networking and social activities in a sports environment.
We are back with SENHENG redONE Purple League this year! Our flagship Professional League is back with a new and exciting format, featuring local and international teams competing for the prestigious title. The SENHENG redONE Purple League will witness some of the world’s best badminton players ranging from Olympic medallists, World Champions and former stars playing with the rising talents as a team.
Players from each team will participate in 3 stages, starting on single round robin format and finally a play-off format to be crowned the Purple League Champion!
The purpose of PL Schools & Unis Badminton Clinic Program is to increase awareness of the importance of sports and badminton among the younger generation in Malaysia.
The best coaches from different clubs will provide quality coaching sessions and motivational talks for students, to encourage their interest towards sports development.
This Program is free of charge, in hopes that students can gain valuable experience from this program,
in which will benefit both Purple League and the school’s branding awareness.