I started playing table tennis in a Synagogue, with three foldway butterfly tables. if it wasnt for that small thursday night club I wouldnt be where I am today! I moved onto England's leading TTC at the time (London Progress) and there was two halls filled with tables. Table tennis clubs are the heart and soul of the sport and without them our sport will be played in bars, schools and house or garages. I have witnessed the deminishing club structure over the past 15 years which is why have decided to publisize each club that I visit by providing a video review
LUTON TABLE TENNIS CLUB (15 miles north of London)
The club was formed by Elroy Edwards former Jamaican table tennis international, opened the club in 2016. The club is growing and going from strength to strength and is open 7 days a week.
Currently they have 3 tables with the aim of 6-10 tables by mid 2017.
For more detail about the club please click on the link below and see my full video review of the club.
you can also find more info. on facebook@lutontabletennisclub
Borehamwood Table Tennis Club (Inside M25 London)
The Club has recently been taken over by Mel Davidson as the new Chairman and Stuart (secretary). The club has been around for money year but a new lease of life has been given to it via Mel and Stuart.
They have started a youth training session every Monday evening, prior to the evening session where the club runs a senior open session and local league matches. Currently Mel and Stuart run the coaching but have Guy Ben-aroya giving private sessions in a small room behind the main hall.
The club has a decent size hall, with 6 top quality Tibhar Smash tables. its only open on Monday from 6-11pm. for more details about the club please contact