List of All England Mixed Doubles champions
|Governing body||NEC Group|
|Editions||Total: 109 |
Open Era (1980): 40
|Prize money||$74,000 (2019)|
|Trophy||Mixed Doubles Trophy|
|Amateur era||8: George Alan Thomas|
8: Betty Uber
8: Finn Kobberø
|Open era||5: Chung Myung-hee|
5: Park Joo-bong
5: Ra Kyung-min
5: Gao Ling
|Most consecutive titles|
|Amateur era||7: Betty Uber|
|Open era||3: Chung Myung-hee|
3: Park Joo-bong
3: Gao Ling
3: Tontowi Ahmad
3: Lilyana Natsir
|Huang Yaqiong (Second title)|
Zheng Siwei (First title)
The champions and runners-up of the All England Open Badminton Championships Mixed Doubles tournament, first introduced to the championship in 1899. From 1915 to 1919, and from 1940 to 1946, no competition was held due to the two World Wars.
In the Amateur Era, George Alan Thomas (1903, 1906-1907, 1911, 1914, 1920-1922), Betty Uber (1930-1936, 1938) and Finn Kobberø (1955, 1957, 1960-1963, 1965-1966) jointly holds the record for the most titles in the Mixed Doubles, winning All England eight times. Betty Uber holds the record for most consecutive titles with seven from 1930 to 1936.
Since the Open Era of badminton began in late 1979 with the inclusion of professional badminton players from around the world in 1980, Chung Myung-hee and Park Joo-bong (1989-1991), Gao Ling (2006-2008), Tontowi Ahmad and Lilyana Natsir (2012-2014), share the record for most consecutive victories with three.
Gillian Perrin, Nora Gardner, Mike Tredgett, Steen Skovgaard, Christian Hadinata and Imelda Wiguna are the only players in history to reach the All England Open Badminton Mixed Doubles Final in both the Amateur and Open Era. Gilks managed to do so a total of nine times, winning four, Gardner ten, Tredgett six, both winning twice, Skovgaard twice but never won and Hadinata, partnering Wiguna, thrice but winless in the Open Era.
Bold indicates active players.
Champions by country
Many female badminton players change their surname after marriage. Below are some of the former names or latest names as noted in the table above:
All England Open Badminton Championships other competitions
- List of All England Men's Singles champions
- List of All England Women's Singles champions
- List of All England Men's Doubles champions
- List of All England Women's Doubles champions
- All England Champions 1899-2007
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