Sometimes there is the most wonderful discovery and record of former times and such was the case when Bob Janes contacted Table Tennis England as he had found some old negatives in his father-in-law’s attic – taken in January 1947!
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Chairman. Sandra Deaton. 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. Most of its annual income comes from government grants and Sport England funding.
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.
From 19th July table tennis will move to the Stage 5 of the Table Tennis England Ready to Return roadmap, which will see the return of doubles play and the return of all competitions. Until 19th July it is important to continue to follow the guidance as set out in the previous Government roadmap, which is detailed below and the guidance ...
The name table tennis was adopted in 1921–22 when the old Ping-Pong Association formed in 1902 was revived. The original association had broken up about 1905, though apparently the game continued to be played in parts of England outside London and by the 1920s was being played in many countries.
Yorkshire County Table Tennis Association is a table tennis county affiliated to Table Tennis 365 (England). This website is powered by Table Tennis 365.
HistoryofTableTennis. Like many other sports, Table Tennis began as a mild social diversion. It was probably played with improvised equipment in England, during the last quarter of the 19th century. Though Table Tennis evolved, along with Badminton and Lawn Tennis, from the ancient game of Tennis (also known as Jeu de Paume, Real tennis, Court ...
Table tennis was firmly on the map, and on April 24, 1927, the English Table Tennis Association was born, under the chairmanship and direction of Ivor Montague, son of Lord Ewatthling. He was not only to become the architect of modern-day table tennis, but he also achieved critical acclaim as both a director and film producer.