Where to play table tennis in Wakefield: Clubs

Table tennis clubs in and around Wakefield

This section shows some of the clubs that you can go to in and around the Wakefield area, to hook up and play with other players of all abilities.

Click on the blue links to view more information about each club.

Please contact us if any information is incorrect.

Netherton (Village Hall)

Netherton Village Hall, Wakefield

The club is closed for summer 2018 after Monday 21st May, reopening in early September.

The table tennis club at Netherton meets in the village hall every Monday from 6.30pm to 8.30pm (though someone is normally there a few minutes earlier). There are up to 5 tables in total, and players of all ages and abilities are welcome. Typically players range from teenagers up to pensioners and everything in between! You will play singles games against whoever is available next, and play 2 games up to 21 points, then move on to the next person available. It's a great place to meet players of varying ability (from league players to beginners) and get some fun and friendly practice in.

Picture of the hall

Sandal (Methodist Church)

Table tennis is open for anyone, on Friday evenings, from 7.30pm to 9.00pm. The cost is £1, this is towards the heating and lighting. Keith Hurley runs the evening, please ask for him and he will make you welcome.

There are 3 tables available. Go to the church building and find the hall. You will typically play a single games to 21 points, then swap around with the next available player, but also doubles if there are lots of players.

Horbury (Cluntergate Centre)

Table tennis is on here on Mondays 10am to 12pm and Fridays 1pm-3pm.

Heckmondwike Sports Club

The Dewsbury Table Tennis Centre, located at Cemetery Road, Heckmondwike is fast becoming the favourite for many Table Tennis players from both inside and outside the North Kirklees boundary. Players from Leeds, Wakefield, Bradford and Huddersfield are involved in competitive Table Tennis alongside Dewsbury players.

You are welcome to go along and play from 8.30pm-10.30pm on Friday evenings.

There are also Tuesday and Thursday daytime sessions, please see the schedule.

Heckmondwike also do coaching.

More information can be found on their web site below.

Other

Here are some links to some other place in and around Wakefield.

Further afield

St. George's Community Centre, Lupset

7pm-8.30pm, anybody welcome who is 16 or over. This is a small and friendly group that meet weekly on Monday evenings 7pm-8.30pm, run by volunteers. It’s a great way to meet new people and enjoy a little exercise too. The session is £1.

Jubilee Hall, Lupset

Table Tennis is for anyone who wishes to come along, £1.50 a session and is held at Jubilee Hall in the main hall every Monday and Thursday 10am til 12pm.

Over 55's at Jubilee Hall every Tuesday 1pm till 3pm, just £1.50 a session, come along and chatter, play cards /dominos, table tennis or enjoy the company.

The Denhale Active Recreation Centre, Flanshaw

You are welcome to come and play table tennis with others at the Denhale Centre, in Flanshaw on:

  • Mondays from 2pm-4pm
  • and on Wednesdays from 2pm-4pm.

Although on both days people tend to be around from around 1.30pm.

The cost is £3.00 per person, and there are 3 tables.

Pontefract Squash and Leisure Club, Pontefract

This club has a table tennis session on Friday mornings:

  • 10am-11am at a cost of £1.50
  • 11am-12am at a cost of £1.50

It is largely aimed at over 50s, you can go to both sessions for £3.00. There are around 8 tables available.

You can also pay to play at other times during the week, but please ensure you book in advance, the cost is £2.00 per person.

In addition on a Friday evening there is a junior coaching session from 7pm-9pm, which costs £5.00 per person.

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