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Table Tennis Open Play

Table Tennis Open Play 

Men, women, and juniors are all welcome to play in our table tennis program. TT has reserved times to meet. With 12 tables there’s plenty of room for all. Whoever shows, plays! Once you’ve found players of your like ability, you can schedule individual games anytime. No matter your competition level, our seasoned organizers will match you up with players of comparable skill. Call to find out which program time works for you, or to schedule table tennis lessons.

If you are interested in table tennis lessons or wish to participate in a table tennis clinic, contact membership, or fill out the form to the right.

Table Tennis open play schedule:

Mondays: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM (Half Court)
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM (Full Court)
Saturdays: 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM (Half Court)
Sundays: 7:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Full Court)

Kansas City Star Article 

Check out these excerpts from an article by Charles Redfield in a special to the Kansas City Star!

“Table tennis, or as it is sometimes called, ping pong, is not a highly visible sport in the
United States, but there is a local place to play for fans of the sport — the Overland
Park Table Tennis Club. It is located in The Athletic Club of Overland Park at 104th and Marty.
Originally, it was the Kansas City Table Tennis Club, with sessions two or times a week
starting in the mid 1970s to 2008. The club changed its name and location when its
lease was not renewed at the North Kansas City Community Center.”

“The club has players from all over the world. Members include players from China,
India, Russia, Poland, Puerto Rico, Nepal, Vietnam, Iran, Malaysia and Nepal. The club
is an aliate member of the United States Association of Table Tennis”

“There are also two to four tournaments a year that attract players from Kansas,
Missouri, Oklahoma and Nebraska. The tourneys attract all different skill levels, and
there are men’s, women’s and juniors divisions, where players can compete in singles
and doubles for money and trophies.”