Ping! Table Tennis

Ping! takes ping pong into public places enabling more people to play the game. Designed to make ping pong visible, accessible and sociable. Find your local place to play!

Table Tennis is a fantastic sport which can be played by anyone, irrespective of gender, age, disability or background. Although the sport is considered a low impact activity, it provides many physical, mental and social benefits to those who take part. Playing table tennis regularly can also reduce the risk of depression, stress and anxiety, whilst also improving self-esteem. See how table tennis can used as a therapeutic way of improving many long term conditions

Ping! takes ping pong out of the traditional places to play and out into the public places enabling more people to play the game. It is designed to make it ping pong really visible, accessible, sociable and irresistible, to appeal to those who didn't know they wanted to play and people who aren't normally active.

Ping Pong Parlours transform empty retail units within shopping centres into vibrant, exciting places for the public to play table tennis for free. Outdoor Tables are also being located in various outdoor public spaces and are open for everyone to get involved in.

Find a place to play table tennis:

Find places to play near you!

There are many sites across the County which offer you the opportunity to play Table Tennis for free. You can use the Ping England Places to Play directory to help you locate a nearby playing table or club.

These locations include Salcey Forest, Springs Family Centre, Waterside Campus at the University of Northampton, The Green Patch and Kingswood Neighbourhood Centre. Also, there will soon be a table at Fineshade Woods.

If you are interested in joining a club, the directory can help you to locate the nearest one to you too! Information regarding each club can be found on on Ping! too.

Why play Table Tennis?

This video from Salcey Forest shows the positive impact that the Ping! tables across the county are having.

This location provides great opportunities for someone to engage in an active lifestyle, for both the physical and mental benefits. So be sure to take full advantage of the free Table Tennis offered and the lovely walking trails at Salcey Forest.

Table Tennis at Salcey Forest | Forestry England

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