USA Table Tennis Association
The US Table Tennis Association has over 8000 members.
Want to join them? Find all you need right here...
If you're looking to play table tennis at a club within the United States Table Tennis Association area, you can start your search right here.
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And if you belong to a table tennis club in the USA yourself, why not add YOUR CLUB to the list ... it's really easy to do.
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The USATT is the national organizing body for table tennis in the United States.
Created in 1933, it's headquartered in Colorado Springs and serves the 8000+ members and 240+ clubs that are affiliated with USATT.
It oversees a wide variety of membership services, the national teams, and other areas such as the rules of the game, the Hall of Fame, and numerous online instructional and historical articles.
The USATT is governed and run by the 13 members of the board of directors, numerous committees, and paid staff.
It's affiliated to the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF), as well as the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) which oversees Team USA.
United States Table Tennis Clubs
The USATT web site enables you to and you'll find loads of information about club facilities, opening hours and who to contact.
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