EGM will be held via zoom in the Irish Sport HQ, Conference Room, National Sports Campus, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, D15 DY62 on the 12th day of June 2021 immediately following the AGM
On Tuesday the 6th of April we at Table Tennis Ireland celebrated World Table Tennis Day. We hosted an online live session with 2 of our female players and coaches. We hosted the event in conjunction with the ITTF Foundation #FEMpowerment movement.
Paralympics Ireland have launched a new campaign “Next Level”. Which will help support Ireland’s incredible Irish Paralympic Athletes, including our very own Colin Judge on the road to the Tokyo Paralympics and beyond as they bring human achievement to ‘The Next Level’.
Table Tennis Ireland
Welcome to Table Tennis Ireland
Welcome to Table Tennis Ireland, the national governing body for the sport of table tennis in Ireland. Table Tennis Ireland is affiliated to the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) which oversees the international governance and development of table tennis and the European Table Tennis Union (ETTU) which oversees the sport in Europe.
Table Tennis is an Olympic and Paralympic sport, and it is played for fun and competition by all age groups in clubs all over Ireland. If you would like to get involved, click here to find out where your nearest Club is.
Everyone should be able to participate in sport and physical recreation in a safe and enjoyable environment. Table Tennis Ireland has a duty of care to safeguard and protect the welfare of children and vulnerable adults participating in the sport. We support this by promoting to all members that Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. Please click here for further information on our policies
Find Out More On Ireland's Best Players
Table Tennis Ireland has a vast history of excellent Table Tennis players including legends like Jimmy Langan, Colum Slevin & Tommy Caffery. Table Tennis Ireland has returned to the good days with players excelling in the World Rankings including Colin Judge (Ranked World No. 17 & Europe No. 8 in Men’s Class 3), Owen Cathcart (Ranked World No.39 and European No.22 U18 Boys) and Sophie Earley (Ranked World No. 8 and European No.2 Under 15 Girls).
Check out our full range of players below!
National Junior Championships Highlights 2017
Video footage taken from the Table Tennis Ireland National Junior Championships 2017. We hear from coaches Keith Knox (Ormeau), Seamus O’Reilly ( Mayo) and action from our Paralympic players!
Growing Participation Of Table Tennis In Ireland
Your Support Matters
Table Tennis Ireland has built up a strong reputation over the last years and are very grateful for all our sponsors and government support. We would like to thank Sport Ireland for their ongoing support and without this our association would not be able to achieve the heights we have!