Norfolk County Table Tennis Association FAQs - NCTTA

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Norfolk County Table Tennis Association FAQs

Q - Can disabled people play table tennis?

A- Yes depending individual circumstances. Not all clubs and venues are suitable so you check first. More details are available from the British Table Tennis Association for Disabled (BTTAD)

Q - Can children play table tennis?

A - Most clubs in Norfolk have junior sections who also hold their own competitions based on age and abilities. Most clubs require that children are supervised by a relevant adult. Some schools also have facilities. More details can be found at The English Schools Table Tennis Association ESTTA) web site


Q – How much does it cost to play?

A – It is difficult to provide a specific answer because clubs and leagues charge different membership fees. There may be a fee to pay for the hire of the venue and there are travelling costs associated when travelling to competitions.

Q – Is equipment provided fro beginners?

A – Most clubs have a certain amount of equipment such as bats and balls. Clubs will also own their own tables. Once you decide that table tennis for you, there are a number of equipment manufacturers as well as high street and online companies who sell everything you may possibly need.

Q – What clothing do I need to wear as a beginner?

A – The important thing is to wear loose fitting clothes that allow free movement without causing the possibility of getting entangled in them. It is equally important to wear suitable footwear to allow you to move with agility. Plimsolls,  trainers and any good quality flat bottomed sports shoes should suffice.

Q – Where can I play table tennis in Norfolk?

Clink onto our Links page to find a club near you. There are presently ten major leagues situated in Norfolk.

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