Table Tennis Club

About

Table Tennis is a fun and energetic sport for people of all ages.

Trial Sessions: If you or your children are interested in joining the club and playing table tennis, please contact the club to arrange a visit on a Friday night.
Junior Coaching (for all skill levels): 6.30-7.30pm on Fridays
Club Night & Social Table Tennis Sessions (non-competitive): 8.30pm on Fridays (after Junior Coaching sessions).
Experienced Players wishing to join and play in local leagues should either visit on a Friday evening and speak to a member or coaches or contact via email.

Matches:
Home League matches: 7.15pm Monday-Thursday.

About Farnborough Lawn Tennis Club

Founded in 1971, FLTC offers excellent facilities and playing opportunities, and have a modern, fully equipped clubhouse for members where they hold social events, such as popular quiz nights, race nights and BBQ's. Courts and tables can be booked for ad hoc play between members or you can join in with their numerous mix-in Club Sessions. For their tennis players, they have four fantastic tennis courts - including one with carpet and three with floodlights. There is also a knock-up wall for individual practice. They have regular club tournaments and enter teams into the Aldershot & District Winter and Summer Leagues.

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
First 3 sessions are free of charge; £3 per session thereafter.
Training bats provided.
Membership (annual fee):
Adult: £42
Junior: £21

Find out more

Farnborough Lawn Tennis Club

Email
secretary@farnboroughtennis.co.uk

Website
https://www.farnboroughtennis.co.uk/TableTennis

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Location

Farnborough Lawn Tennis Club
Tile Barn Close
Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 8LS

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