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. We have listed table tennis clubs
that are near to Wakefield as there aren't a huge amount of facilities directly in Wakefield,
but people may be prepared to travel a short distance.
- Heckmondwike (Dewsbury)
- Netherton (Village Hall)
- Sandal (Methodist Church)
- Horbury (Cluntergate Centre)
- Carlton (near Barnsley/south Wakefield)
Netherton (Village Hall)
Netherton Village Hall, Wakefield
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 6 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.
2017: Note the last session will be on 25th May, there will then be a break for the summer.
Sandal (Methodist Church)
Table tennis is open for anyone, you would be most welcome to join them on Friday evenings, 7.30pm. 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.
Horbury (Cluntergate Centre)
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.
Heckmondwike also do coaching.
Carlton Village Hall (near Barnsley/south Wakefield)
Table tennis at Carlton Village Hall is run by qualified table tennis coaches, it runs from 4pm-6pm on Sundays and is FREE.
There are 4 tables available, you will get to play a variety of different players and standards and often play a game of "top table". Equipment for sale and bat advice available on request
- Web site: Albert Table Tennis Club Facebook Page
Note the Albert Table Tennis Club does table tennis in both Carlton and north Sheffield.
- Address: Carlton Village Hall, Church Street, Carlton, Barnsley, S71 3EY. Postcode location not accurate.
2017 May update: The sessions on Sunday will be as follows:
- 7th May
- 14th May
- 21st May
- 28th May extended hours 12-6pm
- 4th June
- 11th June