The Boston Table Tennis Center (BTTC) is a 3000 square-foot facility exclusively for table tennis. It has six Butterfly Europa tables, heating and air conditioning, a state-of-the-art Connor NeoShok maple floor, and excellent lighting.
The BTTC will be hosting the Massachusetts Senior Games on Saturday, September 19, 2020. No open play during the Games.
Monday and Tuesday are league nights. Everyone is welcome to play in the Boston TTC League. The league uses all the tables on Tuesday, so there is no open play. The league uses half the tables on Monday.
The Boston Table Tennis Center hosts afternoon group training three days a week. See Lessons for more information.
David maintains a low-traffic table tennis mailing list for information on tournaments and clubs (focusing on New England), including announcements if the BTTC will be closed for any reason. To be added, send an email to .
The BTTC does not sell equipment. However, , 781-888-0806, the club’s head coach, sells equipment. Contact him or order from his website Table Tennis Pro Shop.
The BTTC is open to the general public. You may pay on a daily, monthly, half-yearly, or yearly basis. You may pay by cash or check; no credit cards. The junior rate is for players who are less than eighteen years old (during the entire time of membership). The student rate is for players who are full-time students (during the entire time of membership). The senior rate is for players who are at least sixty-five years old. The family rate is for spouses and their children living at the same address. Monthly, half-yearly, and yearly fees are good for a month, half year, or a year starting with the day that you buy them. There is a 10% discount (rounded up to the nearest dollar) if you renew your monthly, half-yearly, or yearly membership before it expires. No membership renewal discount if your membership has already expired (regardless of whether you intended to renew earlier, forgot to bring money, were out of town, etc.). No refunds for any reason.