Table Tennis Life             


Current Information for Albertans on Covid-19

Some of the answers below are not current. Until the pandemic is under control, play will be restricted to Members Only i.e. no drop-ins, visitors or spectators.  

You must have a confirmed registration to be admitted to the gym. Only members may register (on a first come, first served, basis) and spots are limited for health reasons. To register, click on the event listing on the Main Calendar or in the Upcoming Events table. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Please check our Main Calendar for current details on times & locations.

From Sep-Jun we usually play 5 days a week:

In Jul & Aug the schedule changes to three days a week (Mon & Fri evenings and Wed daytime all at the Saville Centre).

Yes, you are welcome to drop in any time we play (cost $7).

During daytime play there are always drop in spots available. However, Fridays are our league night (see Ladder System) and a spot, while usually available, cannot be guaranteed. If a drop in wishes to play in the league (for one night only) they may request to be placed in a vacant spot. The won/loss record of a drop in will not count in determining the following week's assignments.

You must be a member to play in the league on a regular basis.

Yes, but for members only.

Coaching from Coach Wang is available for a subsidized cost that ranges from $50-$75 for a 10-session block. Please see the Coaching Calendar to sign up for sessions. Space is limited and in high demand.

If you are interested in private lessons, please contact Coach Wang directly (780-966-1633). Private lessons are not subsidized by the club.

Category Fee/Yr
Adult (18-60) $200
Senior (60+) $165
Junior*/Student** $150

Note: You can join at any time of the year and all memberships are for one year from the date of approval. There are no fractional memberships e.g. 1/2 year or monthly memberships. Dropping in costs $7/session.

*A Junior must be under 18 as of Sep 1.

**A Student must be enrolled full-time in an accredited provincial institution.

Wear comfortable gym clothing and clean, non-marking, rubber-soled gym shoes. Outside footwear is not allowed in the gyms. Please avoid tops that are the colour of a ball (i.e. no white or orange tops) and bring you own racquet and a ball.

A number of online stores sell high quality table tennis equipment (e.g. Paddle Palace, Megaspin, Table Tennis Express). The items found in stores like Costco, Canadian Tire & WalMart are usually unsuitable for serious players.

Check out the following database.


Table Tennis is an Olympic sport (since 1988) and a healthy and affordable form of recreation. Ping Pong is just another name for the same game.


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