1899 All England Badminton Championships
|Dates||4 April 1899–|
4 April 1899
|Official website||All England Championships|
The 1899 All England Championships was a badminton tournament held in the Drill Hall at the London Scottish Rifles Headquarters in Buckingham Gate, London, England on 4 April 1899. There were no singles events staged.
Following the first known open badminton tournament at the Guildford Drill Hall during 1898 the Badminton Association decided to stage the first All England Championships on 4 April 1899. The one day tournament was at the Drill Hall at the London Scottish Rifles Headquarters in Buckingham Gate and consisted of four courts with the two end courts having balconies over hanging them. The courts were basic very with nets only 16 feet wide, posts with extended canes and chalked lines.
|Men's doubles||D. W. Oakes & Stewart Marsden Massey||Col. Ian M. Campbell & L. Hanson|
|Women's doubles||Meriel Lucas & Mary Graeme||Ethel B Thomson & I. Theobald||18-17, 15-5|
|Mixed doubles||D. W. Oakes & Daisy St. John||W. L. Lincoln & Collins|