Want to come and have a game of table tennis?
Please read the COVID-19 information on the home page.
Members of the public are most welcome to come along and join in with social play most mornings of the week. Social morning groups normally play doubles (prior to COVID-19) and there is no need to bring someone along with you. Bats & balls are available for loan. Our friendly member in charge on the morning will be able to provide you with any advice you need. We especially welcome older people in the community - we have a huge group of "Keenagers" numbering about 200 each week at the stadium. For younger players and families please see the nominal times below.
Social Morning Groups
Please note thew new times started mon 8 March 2021
The times available in 2021 are:
Mon-Thurs 9:30am to 11:30am, and
Doubles play is allowed. Please enter no earlier than 5 mins before the designated session start time and please leave promptly at session end.
Casual Players / Families
Subject to COVID-19 limitations on numbers allowed in the stadium casual play times are:
Mon - Thurs 6pm - 730pm and 8pm to 930pm
Saturday morning 9:30am – 11:30am
Bookings are essential to ensure availability of courts - pls ring the stadium on 0498 003 788
Congratulations and well done to all the MFTTA Keenagers who participated in the Albury/Wodonga tournament in March 2021. Also a big thank you to the MFTTA Members for their great work and to AWTTA for running the event. MFTTA had many people who featured high up with great results - congratulations! MFTTA results:
The following text is adapted from a letter sent by TTV to affiliates on 7 August 2020:
"During 2025 Table Tennis Victoria (formerly Victorian Table Tennis Association) will celebrate its centenary year. As part of its plans to mark this very significant milestone, TTV has set up the “TTV History Group” which has been tasked with writing a history of the first 100 years of the VTTA/TTV. The members of this group are Bob Tuckett (Chair), John Alder, Andrew Cornell, Martin Elliget, Chris Mainland, Jim Montgomery and Brian Zammit.
The History Group wishes to tap into the vast mine of information held by players, officials, and volunteers, past and present, in Victoria (and elsewhere) which will be critical to the success of the project.
MFTTA therefore encourages its Members to assist the History Group now (and over the next few years leading up to 2025) via:
Facebook page at
TTV website section on the History Group at
TTV has provided an initial history of table tennis in Victoria which may be found at