So you’ve got your tickets to the WTT Feeder Manchester (or click here to get them!) and you’re inspired to unleash your inner Liam Pitchford while you’re in Manchester. The city’s vibrant table tennis scene offers options for casual players and competitive beasts alike.

Here’s a quick guide to five top venues for a casual game while you are in the city:

Ping Hub at the Great Northern Warehouse: Opened on January 25, the Ping Hub at the Great Northern Warehouse is the perfect spot if you are attending with the family, part of a group, or on your own looking to meet other table tennis enthusiasts. Pop along, pick up and play, it’s as easy as that! Ping Hubs are designed with everyone in mind. Click here for more information.

Pong & Puck: Arcade Mayhem Meets Table Tennis: Retro video games and ping pong tables under one roof? Yep, Pong & Puck delivers thrills for those who like their sports with a side of pixelated nostalgia. Be ready for a lively atmosphere and some competition. Click here for more details.

Roxy Leisure: Bowling, Booze, and Bites of Ping Pong Fun: More than just table tennis, Roxy Leisure is a multi-activity playground – knock down some pins, challenge your crew on the ping pong tables, and refuel with snacks. This is your go-to for a relaxed and social evening with friends. Click here for more details.

Twenty Twenty Two: Underground ‘Fight Club’ vibes in the Northern Quarter: Multiple tables, a late-night scene, and a cocktail menu guarantee fun for evening outings with friends once the action wraps up at the Feeder. Click here for more details.

And don’t forget, the Table Tennis England FanZone at the WTT Feeder Manchester will be open throughout the competition:

  • Beat the robot
  • Speed-gun challenge
  • Mini table tennis
  • Free play
  • Player ball signings

Bonus Tip: Remember, this is just a glimpse into Manchester’s table tennis scene. Find all the places to play in Manchester – or back at home – by visiting our table finder.