European Table Tennis Championship Åttondelsfinaler
Not since 2019 the Swedish table tennis stars have played an international competition on home soil. September 10-17, 2023, it’s time again when the European Table Tennis Championship takes over Malmö Arena. With Truls Möregårdh and Mattias Falck in the lead, the Swedish men, who are mainly challenged by Germany and France, hope to go all the way and win Sweden’s first team gold since 2002. The women, with Linda Bergström and Stina Källberg as the two highest ranked players, hope to advance from the group and then surprise in the playoffs.
The championship starts with a group stage on the first three days and then continues with the round of 16, where the two highest placed teams in each group go, quarterfinals, semifinals and finals.
Don’t miss world class table tennis where our new stars take on Europe’s best players.
To be announced prior to the event.
How to get here
It is very easy to get to Malmö Arena by public transportation. Hyllie Station and the bus stops are only about 2 minutes away from our main entrances. For more information about how to find your way here, click here
Smoking is only allowed outdoors. A stamp must be obtained at one of the entrances before you leave the arena. All types of bulky items, such as big umbrellas, camp chairs, big bags/luggage/backpacks over the limit of 40x40x20 cm are not allowed. You are not allowed to bring any professional audio or video equipment. You may not bring your own food and drink. It is not allowed to bring any scooters or bikes or the electrical batteries for them.
Once you are here
We are happy to help you with any queries and will try to solve any problems you may have. Look for one of our hosts at the arena.
To deposit your coat at the wardrobe in the arena costs SEK 30. Card payment only.
Malmö Arena is a cashless Arena and only accepts card payment.
If you have any further questions - see FAQ.