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Table Tennis at Landal Kielder Waterside

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Be quick on your feet and with your reactions.

A favourite that all the family can join in with.

Age: Any age
  • A game the whole family can play. (Children under 16 must be supervised by an adult.)
  • See how light footed you really are and test your reflexes.
  • Go with a group and create your own mini tournament with knock out rounds. In this game you will be more competitive than you think!
  • Free for lodge guests
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Table Tennis at Kielder Waterside

Discover Table Tennis at Kielder Waterside, a great activity for the entire family, anyone under the age of 16 must be supervised by an adult. Endure the most popular indoor sport with us, testing your reactions and how quick you can be on your feet, Table Tennis is the perfect game to play. 

Add the element of competition, by gathering a large group of friends and family together and create your own Table Tennis tournament, by incorporating knockout rounds. Will you be crown the Table Tennis champion? Put your skills to the test and book here 

Did you know the history of Table Tennis? This indoor sport dates all the way back to the 1880s where it was first created and played by those of the upper class. Table Tennis was ultimately seen as a lawn tennis alternative first, before becoming an Olympic sport in 1988, Table Tennis has continued to grow in popularity, with over 34 million viewers watching the Olympic men’s final in London 2012.


How Table tennis is played

Table Tennis is a great game, one that can be picked up with ease, with rules very similar to normal tennis except on a smaller scale. So how do you play Table Tennis, here are some simple rules to follow if you are a Table Tennis beginner: 

  • The aim of the game is to win 11 points against your opponent, all of which can be achieved by your opponent hitting the ball into the net, hitting it off the table or missing it completely. The first person to reach 11 points in three, four or five games respectively is the winner. 
  • If the score within the game becomes 10-10 at any point then the player to lead by two points is the winner. 


What are the benefits of playing Table Tennis? 

Not only will it get you active and work your muscles, it also has additional benefits like improving hand eye coordination and your overall reflexes. 

Are you ready to play Table Tennis at Kielder Waterside, whether just for fun or competitively, get moving today!


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