Table Tennis

Get active and have fun!

Table tennis is a great sport for those with or without a disability, with minimal adaptation to the game, it’s an easy way to get active and have fun!

All of Table Tennis England's PremierClubs agree to operate in a safe, welcoming environment and our PremierClub Ability status have undergone Table Tennis England’s Disability Awareness training, meaning that they’ve been trained in supporting those with a disability. 

Any impairment can play table tennis – however elite table tennis does not have classifications for visual and hearing impairments.

Polybat is a popular form of adapting table tennis for those with severe motor function problems, or those who are deafblind. For all other impairments, there are small adaptations you can make! You can play table tennis with bigger, colored balls, players can sit against wheelchair players, some players can tape the bat to their hand to assist grip. The rule changes are minimal, with one slight serving change for wheelchair play.

Where can I play?     

Get started by finding your local club, most clubs will have spare bats you can borrow to get started!​ To find a table tennis club, an outdoor table tennis table or to enter a table tennis competition please view the Table Tennis England website here.

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