Middlesex Table Tennis Club is located near downtown London—by the tracks on William behind Beal. It opens five evenings a week and afternoon on Sundays. The club also features a fun action-packed Wednesday evening beginner & intermediate league. Drop by any Wednesday evening during one of the two seasons to try it.
Monday: 6-10pm. Popular with intermediate & advanced players.
Tuesday: 7-10pm. Great for all levels, families & those getting lessons.
Wednesday: 7-10pm. League play for beginner/intermediate players mid Sept-Dec & mid Jan-May. Drop by & try this Wednesday. Advanced players welcome with handicap scoring. All levels when league's out.
Thursday: 7-10pm. Popular with all levels.
Friday: 6-9pm. Popular with all levels.
Saturday: closed. Or special hours for special groups.
Sunday: 2-5pm. Popular with all levels & families.
Club may be available during the days or outside regular opening hours for special groups or leagues—senior groups, ethnic groups, international student groups, corporate groups, ladies' nights, ping pong birthday parties & more. Find more about such groups, parties and special events on the Fees page or phone Daniel Tessier for information.
For club membership options, drop-in fees, lesson cost & more, visit the Table Tennis Club Fees.
This is probably the most convenient and accessibly priced table tennis club in London. It's Daniel's labour of love, and he should apply for a registered charity status the way he pours his life into it. Drop by to treat yourself to a fun workout.MGC
Daniel Tessier, Certified Table Tennis Coach
Phone 519 872-2322
Middlesex Table Tennis Club (MSTTC), 316 William St. London Ontario N6B 3K6 Canada
There are two to three spaces in front of the club. A large free London City parking lot is across the tracks on Bathurst near William. Some of our members have been using the H.B. Beal parking lot, kiddy corner from the club, and others found other options. Feel free to ask around; we recommend the City lot. Finally, be sure to carpool with friends to and from the club for safety and comradery in the late hours.