The opening ceremony took place in the beautiful Halmstad Arena on Sunday afternoon. The ITTF president Thomas Weikert, Petra Sörling Chairman of the Swedish Table Tennis Association accompanied by former world champion and local host Jörgen Persson spoke all about...read more
Media from all around the world was present at the pre-event press conference attended by star players Timo Boll, Ding Ning and Tomokazu Harimoto accompanied by local ambassador and previous world champion Jörgen Persson, the ITTF-president Thomas Weikert and the...read more
The LIEBHERR World Table Tennis Championship starts in 10 days, we are getting ready – are you? The construction and branding of the venues in Halmstad Arena are soon completed. Walking around in the arena you can already feel the vibe of the World Championships. We...read more
LIEBHERR World Table Tennis Championship 2018 in Halmstad is only days away, and as a teaser the political parties of The Swedish Parliament competed in “The Battle of Parties” in Stockholm. The event was hosted by the Parliaments Sports Club, WTTC 2018 Halmstad and...read more
1954, at the Wembley Arena, Tage Flisberg had his chance to be the first Swedish player to become a World Champion in Single. At that time, Wembley was an ice hockey arena. The organizers had constructed a thin wooden floor over the ice. The low temperature made the...read more
April 11-21, 1967, Sweden hosted the World Championships for the fourth time. The competitions gave Sweden the first gold meal. It was Hans Alsér and Kjell Johansson who won the Men’s Doubles. Japan’s six titles out of a maximum seven at the 1967 World Championships...read more
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Almost 150 nations present
Welcome to the LIEBHERR World Table Tennis Championships 2018
24 centrecourts all under the same roof
Welcome to the biggest sports event in Sweden 2018.
400 media representatives
Journalists from all over the world will cover the LIEBHERR World Table Tennis Championships 2018 in Halmstad.
350 million TV-viewers
Gigantic interest in social medias. Table tennis, in Rio Olympics 2016, was watched by more than 550 million people.