Today we introduce the British Clubs Leagues – a bold new look to bring the British League and National Cadet and Junior Leagues under one umbrella.

The British Clubs Leagues is being implemented from the 2024/25 season as part of the National Competition Review and encompasses every level of the team competition pyramid, from entry-level to Premier Division.

As well as an over-arching brand to encompass the whole British Clubs Leagues landscape, the Senior, Veterans, Women’s and Youth sections each have their own look and feel, with a set of logos and fresh and distinctive appearance, formed as part of family.

The new branding will be rolled out in digital assets and event documentation over the coming weeks as we prepare for the new season.

The new logos will also be front and centre on TTE.TV, where you will be able to watch more live and on-demand table tennis than ever in 2024/25 – keep an eye on our website, newsletters and social media for more about this.

Table Tennis England’s Head of Engagement, Keely Armitt, said: “We’re excited to introduce a new brand for our leading domestic competitions, building on the work we have already done to raise the profile of our flagship league competitions, helping them to stand out in the sports landscape and attracting more interest from participants, fans and commercial partners”.

What is the British Clubs Leagues?

The British Clubs Leagues encompass the national merit league structure open to all clubs, counties and teams from across the Home Countries, and also the regular, flexible, entry-level, locally delivered events for clubs and teams in the Home Countries.

From the 2024/25 season, National Cadet League (NCL), National Junior League (NJL) and British League will move under a single club league umbrella and become more directly aligned in terms of branding, Table Tennis England support and processes – in order to increase efficiency, and to provide an improved experience to hosts and entrants.  

Some of the anticipated changes to achieve a consistent and more effective approach are: 

  • Evolved Table Tennis England staff support for volunteers, hosts and entrant clubs 
  • Common documentation, regulations and entry/payment processes 
  • Integrated committee support 
  • Rebranding 

The new structure was developed followed extensive consultation with all British League, NCL and NJL clubs.

Click here to read more about this in the National Competition Review section of this website.

To enter the NCL or NJL, click here for instructions.