International Training Center,
High Performance – Falkenberg


In Falkenberg we want to give young and motivated players from all over the world a chance to practise in a high level environment.

Our focus is on giving these young players a complete ”table-tennis education”, which includes technique, tactics, mental fitness and physical fitness. It is very important for us to include the players in the process.

We believe that a player with high awareness and ability to take responsibility for herself/himself will be more ready to compete and perform on a high level.


Yoshua Jordan Shing, aged 22, from Vanuatu said this on leaving Falkenberg in December 2015 after two and a half months:

– I was nominated by ITTF for the ”Future in Mind Program”. I’m here on an ITTF scholarship.
I love training here, the coaches are very professional and I get to train with very good players from around the world. I’ve learned so much these past two months practising here.

I just want to thank ITTF for giving me this opportunity to improve my skills here in Falkenberg. I would also like to thank Falkenbergs BTK for everything.


If you are interested in developing your skills as a table-tennis player, do not hesitate to contact us for further information.

You can come to Falkenberg for a short or long stay. You will be well taken care of and you will improve your game.

Contact our office during opening hours (Monday – Friday, 8.00-12.00 and 13.00-17.00) by telephone +46346885593.

You can also send us an e-mail:

We are looking forward to hearing from you!


Falkenbergs BTK has at its disposal the venue Falkhallen, located in the town centre of Falkenberg.

The practice venue accomodates up to 12 tables. The venue can easily be enlarged (curtain wall) to accomodate up to 30 tables.

The floor is a non-slippery sports floor. Light intensity at the table surface is 1,000 Lux.

The ceiling height is 9 metres. The venue is equipped with a modern ventilation system.


The practice venue with 12 tables. Curtain wall to the left.


Adjacent to the practice venue there is a gym, fully fitted.

The venue was opened in 2010 and has hosted the ITTF World Hopes Challenge (2012), the Swedish Cadet Championships (2014), and the Swedish Championships (2015).

The Falkhallen is recognized as one of the best venues for table tennis in Sweden.