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The Portland Table Tennis Club is a non-profit corporation whose purpose is to provide a place for table tennis players to play and to promote the sport to children and adults.

Here is our local star Whitney Ping (right) as she prepared for the 2008 US Olympic Trials in Philadelphia. She has recently been selected to serve on the U.S. Olympic Board of Directors.

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RECENT NEWS

Our next monthly Saturday Slam.
is Saturday, December 6, 2014. We now have seven tables for play, and another for robot practice. The cost for 3 hours of excitement is $5, and cash prizes will be awarded to the top two players in each class. All matches will be recorded in Ratings Central. Reserve your place by contacting
Randall Craig at 503-645-1260 or perquin64@gmail.com


The Portland Table Tennis League at St. Peter will begin a six-week run Wednesday, December 3 from 6:30 PM to 9 PM. Cost is $30 per player

Announcing the Thursday Night Table Tennis Clinics at St. Peter from 7 PM to 9 PM. Cost is $30 per player with Guo Hao, the number one rated player in Oregon.

The St Peter address is 8660 SE Foster Road, but the building access is down the stairs between buildings in the north end of the parking lot. Access to the parking lot is thru a gate in the chain link fence halfway down SE 87th between SE Foster and SE Woodstock, in the Lents District near I-205. There is a fence between a tree and one of the smaller buildings for the new pre-school.
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See Seattle tournament info here.

See Salem tournament info here.




The Robo-Pong 540 is now $229.00 plus free shipping!! The Portland Table Tennis Club is an official Newgy Affiliate, so all on-line purchases help support PTTC Junior Table Tennis.


We offer open play, leagues, and tournaments to the casual or serious table tennis player.

Click for schedules of play for St. Peter, Parkrose, and the Tualatin Hills Activity Center.
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