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The Mission of SDTTA is to foster a community of table tennis enthusiasts; a place where players of all levels can discover their passion for the sport, develop their skills and health, and compete regularly in a friendly atmosphere.

SafeSport Compliance

February 23rd, 2018


San Diego Table Tennis Association (SDTTA)
USA Table Tennis Member Club

USA Table Tennis (USATT) and affiliated clubs are committed to maintaining safe and healthy environments for all of our members to train and compete in. Taking and passing the SafeSport tutorial course is now a mandatory safety requirement for all USATT Committee Members, Tournament Directors, Referees, Umpires, Officials, Club Owners, Coaches and anyone else that works with minors.

All coaches working within USATT Affiliated Clubs must pass a background check and the USOC’s online SafeSport tutorial. Coaches not in compliance may not work or participate in Affiliated Club activities until such time as the background check and SafeSport training are complete. Failure to comply will result in immediate termination of the Club’s Affiliation including the associated member insurance program.

Simply put, every person who is in a position of actual, perceived, or implied authority over table tennis athletes at a member club and/or is in a position that requires frequent contact with table tennis athletes at a member club must become compliant.  

While child physical and sexual abuse is one type of misconduct, it is important to remember that this policy covers many inappropriate behaviors that do not involve children at all. This policy applies regardless of the ages of the individuals involved in the alleged activity.

Here, we identify six primary types of misconduct:

  • Sexual Misconduct, including Child Sexual Abuse
  • Emotional Misconduct
  • Physical Misconduct
  • Bullying
  • Harassment
  • Hazing

All forms of misconduct are intolerable and in direct conflict with USATT ideals.

Becoming SafeSport compliant is easy, can be cost free, and is described in the following documents from the website:


NEW Monthly Tournament!

January 17th, 2018

Places to Play in San Diego

December 18th, 2017
Looking for somewhere to play while the club is closed?

Here are a few suggestions:

Learning Tree Table Tennis Club (LTTTC) 
11525 Sorrento Valley Road

Mira Mesa Rec Center
8575 New Salem Street

Linda Vista Rec Center
7064 11th Street

SDTTA Thursday RR 12/14/2017

December 16th, 2017