We are excited to share with you that Trolley Car Table Tennis Club will have a new home at The Falls Center starting on or around April 17th, 2017. Due to a change in our lease, the Club will be moving to a new location, on the south side of the property. This former bowling alley will have higher ceilings, new PVC flooring, more visibility and direct access to the outside where we plan to create a patio lounge for our members.

However, as with most changes, this move does not come without some challenges. Due to less square footage, the new space will have fewer tables than our current site. As you can see on the floor plan below, we will have six tables plus one robot table. The robot table will be reserved for annual Club members and supervisors only. We are creating new Club rules to increase table turn-over and ensure minimal wait times for all players. We welcome any suggestions you may have to achieve this goal.

Our contractors will begin renovating the new space immediately, while still maintaining our current location on the 2nd floor. Open Play will continue as normal, as well as the PA State Championships which will be held on April 8th and 9th. We will be working hard to ensure that this transition is as smooth as possible and will be updating you regularly regarding our progress. Thanks for your support and understanding during this time. We look forward to sharing our new space with you so the sport of table tennis in the Philadelphia region can continue to grow and thrive.

TTC New Floor Plan

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Open Play hours are 7 days a week:

Mondays - Fridays 6-10pm
Saturdays-Sundays 12-5pm

Walk-ins are welcome during all Open Play hours

Upcoming 2017 Tournaments

October 28: Philly Open

2018 tournaments to be announced soon!


TCTTC One-on-One Coaches
Coaching is available before 7pm on weeknights and before 1pm on weekends. If interested, lease contact one of the coaches below directly. Khaleel Asgarali
Member of the Trinidad and Tobago Team 2005 National Men's Single Champion Trinidad and Tobago, Former Swedish League Player
Available Sundays 10am-3pm

Enoch Green
(call the club at (267) 335-2743 during open hours)

Choor Oh
Bio: Oh has represented the Malaysia Men's National Team at the 2001 World Table Tennis Championships in Osaka, Japan and the 2000 World Table Tennis Championships in Delhi, India. He won the 2002 Malaysia Open Men's Singles, Doubles, Mixed Doubles, and Team titles. His current rating is 2479 and highest rating is 2479

Gerald Reid or (267) 294-9382

Abolaji Ogunshola (202) 302-1994 Laj specializes in coaching players who consider themselves unable to improve. Video review is a large component of his lessons.
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