Registration for the 2024 World Table Tennis For Health Festival is NOW OPEN!

We are excited to announce that registration for the 2024 World Table Tennis For Health Festival, powered by Ultimate Table Tennis, is officially open! Under the supervision of the ITTF Foundation and organised by The Ligue du Grand Est Tennis de Table Consortium, the second edition of the World Table Tennis For Health Festival will take place in Maizières-lès-Metz, France from 23 to 27 October 2024.

So far, over 180 people have expressed their interest in participating! We encourage you to take quick action to book your spot for the Festival which includes: the World Parkinson’s Table Tennis Championships, the World Alzheimer’s Table Tennis Championships, and the World Table Tennis for Health Congress. Most importantly, enjoy the early bird discount by registering before 20 July 2024!

Register now for the 2024 World Table Tennis For Health Festival! (click here)

Event Prospectuses

Before registering, we recommend reading through the prospectuses for each event to know important details.

Book accommodation packages and enjoy the early bird discount by 20 July 2024!

Alongside the registration, the accommodation packages are offered. The prices of the accommodation packages include the registration fee, all meals, airport pick-up and drop-off, WiFi connection at the hotel, and shuttle service between the hotel and venues. Submit your registrations early to benefit from the 10% early bird discount, available for those who register by 20 July 2024. Don’t miss out on this chance to enhance your stay experience during the Festival.

Please note: Registering for the Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s Championships automatically enables you to attend the Health Congress without an extra charge.

We look forward to welcoming participants from around the world to Maizières-lès-Metz, France, to celebrate the spirit of health, unity, and sportsmanship together. Register now to secure your place and be part of this AMAZING festivity through table tennis!

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