Table Tennis England has been awarded an extra £250,000 from Sport England to support our work in creating more opportunities for women and girls in table tennis through building our digital capabilities and infrastructures.
During Mental Health Awareness Week we're highlighting how a female-only Bat & Chat session is combatting loneliness.
This year's Mental Health Awareness Week theme is tackling loneliness. Join our online community of women in table tennis and stay connected and supported.
Girls in London will be inspired to make table tennis part of their lives at four girls-only festivals delivered in partnership with the Jack Petchey Foundation.
Table tennis will play a prominent role at the Eurogames, which this year will take place in the city of Nijmegen in the Netherlands.
VIDEO: Aerobic Table Tennis has launched in Nepal – with an important aim of getting more women and girls into the sport.
British para athlete and coach Dan Bullen led an inspirational training camp for athletes and coaches from a number of Commonwealth countries under the GAPS programme.
We believe in creating a truly inclusive sport, and becoming an ally of the LGBT+ community and that’s why we’re supporting the 50th anniversary of... Continue reading
This week’s focus for our Return to the Table campaign is juniors in table tennis where we’re highlighting confidence, passion and motivation for youngsters! One... Continue reading