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Looking for a fun, social sport? Give table tennis in our Sports Hall a go!

With sessions available for a range of ages and ability, and all equipment supplied by us, we're sure you and your friends will have a ball!

Hire a table for you and your friends!

With our massive Sports Hall, you'll be able to play a match with your friends without the hassle of competing in a small space.

Members can book a table free of charge up to 7 days in advance! Non-members can book a table on the day (subject to availability) with the purchase of a Lifestyle Pass.

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Evergreens Table Tennis Sessions

Exclusively for members and visitors over 60, these coach-led table tennis sessions are a great chance to build your table tennis skills, meet new friends, and get your active minutes in!

Evergreens Table Tennis sessions are included with your Evergreens Lifestyle membership. Sessions currently run:

  • Mondays 14.00 - 16.00
  • Tuesdays 9.45 - 11.15
  • Thursdays 9.45 - 11.15

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ASV Table Tennis Academy

Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) Table Tennis Academy is removing barriers to sport for young people from low-income areas and people from ethnically diverse communities.

Table tennis started at ASV in 2011, initially as a pilot for two night a week, but it quickly blossomed into the thriving academy that runs today.

The academy is run by Head Coach Max Singer who has been coaching table tennis since 1988. A key part of his work is regular visits to schools in the local area, primarily in low-income areas, to deliver free taster sessions and encourage young people along. Max Singer said: “Being open and inclusive has without question enhanced the experience for all players and coaches and has created a culture that supports and encourages all those involved to reach the highest level they aspire to within the sport."

As well as providing the opportunity for young people to try the sport, there is a clear pathway to help players progress up the levels which has proved to be very successful.

“We have sessions for players that might not be of the level to go into the academy. That gives us time to work with them to assess them and gives them an opportunity to play. If they progress to a certain level and I think they’re ready they’ll be offered the chance to go into the academy.

“We have produced a number of players to represent Scotland at various levels. At school level, primary level and junior level. I think it’s around 25 players who have represented Scotland at some level."

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