European Table Tennis Union (ETTU)
Union européenne de tennis de table
Europäische Tisch-Tennis Union
1957-03-13 Budapest Hungary
Founded 13 Mar 1957, Budapest (Hungary). Continental federation of: B-XB2611 - International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF).
Promote any event - championships and tournaments - which is in the interests of table tennis; coordinate dates and conditions for international events, in consultation with ITTF and the associations concerned; develop and advance coaching, umpiring and refereeing in Europe; uphold the principles, rules and policies of ITTF.
Events39 past events available with paid subscription only.
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General Meeting; Congress (every year during European or World Championships); Extraordinary General Meeting; Executive Board; Sub-committees (6).
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