Sport England funding for table tennis clubs passes £500,000. More than £500,000 has been awarded to table tennis clubs and organisations from the Sport England Return to Play Small Grants fund. Continue reading... Fliss strikes gold again!
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Table Tennis England, formerly the English Table Tennis Association, is the national governing body for table tennis in England, responsible for representing, coordinating, administering, marketing and developing the sport.
Table Tennis England has teamed up with the British eSports Association to promote the importance of mental wellbeing and exercise. The partnership brings together traditional sport with eSports (competitive gaming) to explore the similarities between the two and promote the benefits of each other’s activities.
The Supporter category is for those who don’t play (or no longer play) table tennis but are still involved in the sport and want to be part of the Table Tennis England family. This member subscription is suitable for the non-playing volunteers, coaches, officials and fans who follow and love all things table tennis.
When any updated Government guidance is published, we will move as soon as we can to consider what it means for table tennis across the country. We will aim to respond to any changes promptly but we may have to wait for the Government to provide the precise details of their guidance and advice.
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Although both a "Table Tennis Association" and a "Ping Pong Association" existed by 1910, a new Table Tennis Association was founded in 1921, and renamed the English Table Tennis Association in 1926. The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) followed in 1926. London hosted the first official World Championships in 1926.