A very warm welcome

We are very pleased to welcome to both members and non-members alike to our website. We do hope you find your visits informative and interesting.

Table tennis is fun, safe and exciting. It is a great sport whether you are young or old. We want to see players from all backgrounds and communities taking up our sport - whether just for fun or competitively. We particularly welcome ladies & girls, those with disabilities and those from BME or other under-represented or disadvantaged backgrounds.

For talented and committed players we have a great performance pathway to help them to fulfil their potential and maybe one day represent Wales and win medals!

NEW PLAYERS - For those new to our sport please make sure you check out our "Where to Play" page.

PLAYERS WITH DISABILITIES - Table Tennis Wales very much welcomes players with disabilities. Please see the "Where to Play" page as well as the "Disabiltiy table tennis" page - or please contact our General Manager who will be happy to signpost you to available opportunities.

NEW CLUBS - If you are interested in starting a club please see "Starting a club or community league" page.

SCHOOLS - If you are a teacher please get in touch to discuss how we can help you offer table tennis to your pupils.

OTHER GROUPS - If you are a youth worker or indeed part of any group of any age or type why not consider adding table tennis to your  activities? - contact us for a chat to see how we can help you.

INTERESTED IN SETTING UP A COMMUNITY LEAGUE IN YOUR LOCALITY?- support and honorariums available. We are currently seeking individuals or groups who may be prepared to set up small doorstep community leagues for all ages and levels of play- including beginners. We have produced a guide- see our "Starting a club or community league" page. Honorarium support is available for approved schemes & organisers- again please see the guide.

VOLUNTEERS - As the governing body for table tennis in Wales we are always looking for new volunteers- especially but not only those who may wish to get involved in coaching or umpiring - check out the pages opposite. If you have skills or just free time to support Welsh table tennis in any way - please do not hesitate to get in touch - you will be very welcome.

If you need any further help or information - or if you would like to subscribe to our e-newsletter which is published every 2 months during the season - please contact our General Manager - see our "Contact us" page.

WELSH LANGUAGE

We are seeking volunteers to lead on our provision. Can you help. Please contact the General Manager.

 

Ryan Jenkins and Adam Robertson win silver for Wales at the Commonwealth Games
Charlotte Carey wins bronze at The European Youth Championships
Ryan Jenkins after winning 50 UK Grand Prix Events
Table Tennis Wales is committed to the principles of Equality and has attained the Foundation Level of the Equality Standard for Sport