Welcome to Kidlington Forum Table Tennis Club, a premier club with purpose-built facilities, situated 5 miles north of Oxford.
- Please do not put up tables unless a supervisor is at hand to supervise you: if you don't know how to operate the handle safely, the table can become unstable.
- Remember that you need to book your practice session: this keeps sessions from being overcrowded.
- The tables in the main storeroom should be used for all open sessions, coaching sessions and practice sessions. (Blue nets and new scoring machines should only be used for league matches and certain competitions; this should be stored in the middle storeroom.)
Make sure you follow this guidance, in order to minimise hassle for our volunteer session supervisors.
The membership year runs from 1st August 2023 - 31st July 2024. Please see the membership page for details of how to join the club.
Oxford & District Table Tennis Association website - for the latest league results & statistics, reports and details of upcoming events in Oxford.
Table Tennis England is the national association for table tennis in England.
The City Junior tournament is to be held at the Pavilion all day on Sunday 18th February.
The deadline for entries is fast approaching: for details see the detailed information on the ODTTA website
Further coaching sessions provided by Kidlington Forum Table Tennis Club, for junior and senior club members, are continuing, running from Tue 20th February to Tue 26th March.
For more details, see the coaching page.
We have moved from having two booking slots within a practice session to just the one booking slot covering the whole session. This will give members the flexibility to arrive and leave at any time during the session. You will still need to book a session using the club booking system!
Also please note that the times of the Sunday practice sessions are 10am - 12 noon.
Despite the illness of several players, Kidlington managed to find substitutes and sent 4 cadet teams to compete in the National Cadet League at Wellingborough. [Match report]
Kidlington Forum junior teams headed to Cippenham to compete in the National Junior League (South) on Saturday 20th January, and had a very competitive day. [Match report]
Father-and-son team Farshad Shaddel and Kiarash Shaddel entered the Cippenham Team 1* event as The Oxford Spinners, and managed 6th place out of 24 teams in all. A more detailed report is available midway through this round-up report for Oxford senior players.
The Kidlington Junior League continues into the season. The ODTTA website has the latest report from the second round.