Sport info Table Tennis

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Dates & Times

Thur Feb 6

Fri Feb 7

Sat Feb 8

Sun Feb 9






Baltiska Hallen


Scandic St Jörgen

Possibility to book official transports to the sport venue from this hotel


Friday: Doubles (Groups & A/B-playoffs)

Saturday: Youths (born 2005 or later), Juniors (born 2000-2004), Performance classes Elite, 1, 2, 3 (Groups & A/B-playoffs in all classes except Elite)

Sunday: Singles class 1-11 (Groups & A/B-playoffs)

Tournament Rules & Regulations


All classes are played in mixed genders, except youth and junior girls class 6-11.


All classes are played in round robin format in groups of 3, 4 or 5 players. A- & B-playoff system, except class Elite.

All matches will be played to the best of 5 games.

If there are 4 or less teams the event will be played in a round-robin format without knock-out.

Performance Classes

The swedish table tennis federation para table tennis division is responsible for the allocation of players in Performance Classes. Elite Class = 1500 ranking points in the swedish ranking system, OR similar level for international player.


Seeding for all the events will be done according to the latest ITTF PTT and Parasport Sweden rating list at the time of the draws.


The draws will be held 30 minutes before each class start.


All players with any physical or intellectual disability can participate. For the Single classes 1-11 on Sunday the players must have international or national table tennis classification.

National classification can be issued, this is requested at Registration.


requested at registration

Have license or Need classification.

Date of birth for youth and junior classes

Other info

Participants must wear uniform club outfit

Contact persons

resposible for boccia tournament

Peter Molander &

Göran Olsson