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Q: Ping Pong club in Philadelphia? ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: Ping Pong club in Philadelphia?
Category: Sports and Recreation > Games
Asked by: heavylee-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 22 Aug 2003 06:31 PDT
Expires: 21 Sep 2003 06:31 PDT
Question ID: 247595
I have been trying to find an organized club or a league for me to
play Ping Pong in Philadelphia.  I have searched the main social
websites (, etc.), Google (including Google Answers) and
other major search engines with no luck.
I am looking for a somewhat competitive environment, but certainly
not Olympic level skills.  I am a beginner that enjoys playing, and I
am looking to play with people that are to.
Subject: Re: Ping Pong club in Philadelphia?
Answered By: tlspiegel-ga on 22 Aug 2003 11:27 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi heavylee,

I've located several places you can play in Philadelphia.  In addition
at the bottom of this post will be links to all of Pennsylvania if
you're traveling around the state.

I am totally terrible at playing Ping Pong/Table Tennis even though I
grew up playing tennis.  It's a great game and I have resigned myself
to observing rather than participating due to my non-skills!
I've provided as much contact information that I could find.  

Klein Jewish Community Center 
10100 Jamison Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19116
Contact: Boris 
Phone: 215-698-7300 
Click here for a map:

Playing Schedule Days: 

Sunday 12:00 pm 6:00 pm 
Monday 6:30 pm 10:00 pm 
Wednesday 6:30 pm 10:00 pm 
Thursday 6:30 pm 10:00 pm 


Drexel Table Tennis Club Daskalakis Athletics Center
33rd and Market
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Contact: Nedylako Terziev
Phone:  267-307-4917 


Waterfront Table Tennis 230 N. Delaware Ave.
(Columbus Blvd.)
Philadelphia, PA 19106-1401  
Contact: Ledelle Collier  215-928-1020
Phone: 215-928-1020 

Hours of Operation: 
Sunday     1330 - 2000
Monday     1800 - 2300
Tuesday    1800 - 2300
Wednesday  1800 - 2300
Thursday   1800 - 2300
Friday     1800 - 2400
Saturday   1300 - 2400

Number of tables: 8


Table Tennis Ladders might be of interest to you... Membership is
What is a Table Tennis Ladder?

"A "Table Tennis Ladder" is designed to help its members find and
schedule competitive matches or games against people of similar skill.
A ladder is similar to a league in some respects, but differs in the
following areas:

A Ladder never ends. There is an ongoing ranking system which promotes
continued play and competition. While there may be seasonal leagues or
tournaments for more focused play, all results will be rolled into the
ladder to allow for continued improvement and activity. You determine
your frequency of participation in the ladder. If you want to take a
couple of months off, you can without being penalized.

You only play when you want to. Matches are not scheduled for you. You
schedule your own matches when you want to play. You can play as often
or as little as your schedule and desire allows.

Match location is flexible. Each match is played at a location..."


Worldwide Table Tennis Players located in Philadelphia USA


Table Tennis Ladders Classifieds  (Message Board)


USATT Sanctioned Clubs In Pennsylvania


USATT Clubs in Pennsylvania


Welcome to the Southeastern Pennsylvania Table Tennis Page
Dedicated to the advancement of table tennis in Southeastern

"This page has been created to help promote the table tennis clubs in
Southeast Pennsylvania. All of these clubs offer excellent playing
conditions in a friendly atmosphere. At the time of this writing, none
of the clubs are overcrowded, all of the clubs welcome visitors and
are accepting new members. When you visit be sure to mention the SE PA
table tennis web site."


Google search:
table tennis ping pong clubs philadelphia pa
table tennis ladders


heavylee-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars
Wow, very impressive tlspiegel.  I had spent hours looking around, but
oddly enough it never occured to me to search under Table Tennis. 
Well, there ya go!
Thanks alot.

Subject: Re: Ping Pong club in Philadelphia?
From: tlspiegel-ga on 25 Aug 2003 13:15 PDT
Hi heavylee,

Thank you for the nice rating!  I enjoyed the research - mainly
because I was born and raised in Pgh., PA and went to College in
Philly!  :)  Brought back memories seeing the addresses.  Enjoy!


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