The countdown is on for National Table Tennis Day and we’re aiming to make sure it is the biggest and best yet!

The big event is on Thursday July 18th and it’s all about making it impossible to ignore table tennis on the day.

We’re urging everyone in the sport to pick up a bat and play – and, more importantly, to encourage others to have a go.

Clubs, schools, workplaces and community groups can all get involved and the first 100 to register their event with us will be sent a National Table Tennis Day activation pack, which includes posters to advertise your event, flags, balloons, bunting, wristbands and stickers.

So whether it’s a taster session, a club night, a workplace competition or a beat-the-teacher competition, why not play your part in making it a day to remember?

Click here to register your event

Table Tennis England will be taking its main event to Bristol, with a day of public fun and games at various locations around the city.

Commonwealth Games bronze medallist and current national women’s singles champion Maria Tsaptsinos will be joining in, alongside England youth player Louis Price, who is from the city.

Tsaptsinos said: “National Table Tennis Day is a great way to showcase our sport and demonstrate that anyone can get involved and enjoy playing.

“I’m really looking forward to it and I hope that as many clubs, schools, workplaces and community groups as possible can join in and make it a day to remember.”