Closed for Winter Break

Open play and training will resume at the start of next semester.

Schedule


  • This is the schedule for club gatherings where we will open up all of the club tables
  • The RSF also has two tables available during RSF Open Rec Table Tennis Hours so feel free to come in outside of club hours to use these tables

Calendar


Calendar


Open Play


  • Friday 5:00-8:00 PM

    - Open to Anyone (No Drop-In Fee Required)

    - RSF Field House

  • Sunday 1:30-4:30 PM

    - Open to Anyone (No Drop-In Fee Required)

    - RSF Field House

Whether you are interested in casual play or competitive matches, open play is great for players of all skill levels. Bring your own paddle or borrow one of our loaner paddles. Singles is permitted if no one is waiting for a table.

Novice Training


  • Friday Usually 5:00-5:30 PM (Check Sign-Up Page)

    - Open to Members or Drop-In Fee

    - RSF Field House

Created for new players to practice and learn basic table tennis skills and techniques. Our dedicated coaching team will guide you through a multitude of drills as well as some basic strategy.

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Intermediate Training


  • Friday Usually 5:30-6:00 PM (Check Sign-Up Page)

    - Open to Members or Drop-In Fee

    - RSF Field House

If you already have a couple years of experience under your belt, intermediate training is for you. Our coaches emphasize serves as well as consistency in this training rather than the basic technique.

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Advanced Training


  • Friday Usually 4:00-5:00 PM (Check Sign-Up Page)

    - Open to Members Only

    - RSF Field House

Designed for experienced players who are consistent with general skills in table tennis like forehand loop, serves, blocks etc. To attend advanced training, please contact our coach Ruben Cho via facebook. Players from the competitive team will be there to help train and practice with.

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Tournaments


If you are interested in playing more serious matches, we organize tournaments and assign faux-ratings to gauge your skill level. We primarily host round-robins to give new players a change to meet a lot of people and make it the most fun. Our competitive team is the official UC Berkeley Table Tennis Team that participates in NCTTA tournaments: If you would like to participate, we have tryouts in the fall. For more information, contact us directly or look out for an announcement on social platforms.

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