These are the countries that will play the EC in Malmö
This weekend the qualifiers for the European Table Tennis Championship in Malmö Arena 10-17 September were completed and it is now clear which countries will compete for the medals. A total of 33 countries will be represented during the team championship. 24 men's teams and 24 women's teams will be divided into eight groups with three teams in each group. When the group stage is finished, the two highest-placed teams in each group advance to...
PG Roxette makes the official song for ETTC in Malmö
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PING PONG POWER Malmö is moving towards a new spring
PING PONG POWER Malmö has once again had a successful stop with try-on table tennis in Folkets Park, and there are plans for lots more activities in...
PING PONG POWER spent the spring break in Limhamn
During the spring break, February 20-24, PING PONG POWER Malmö visited the sports hall in Limhamn where everyone had the opportunity to try table...
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Not since 2019 have the Swedish table tennis stars played an international competition on home soil. September 10-17, 2023, it’s time again when the European Table Tennis Championship takes over Malmö Arena. With Truls Möregårdh and Mattias Falck in the lead, the Swedish men, who are mainly challenged by Germany and France, hope to go all the way and win Sweden’s first team gold since 2002. The ladies, with Linda Bergström and Stina Källberg as the two highest-ranked players, hope to advance from the group and then surprise in the playoffs.
The championship starts with a group stage on the first three days and then continues with the round of 16, where the two highest placed teams in each group go, quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals.
Don’t miss world-class table tennis where our new stars take on Europe’s best players.
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