Ping Pong

Ping Pong

Ping Pong

Get your Forrest Gump on and paddle it out on the pong table! AceBounce in River North is home to our ping pong leagues. With great onsite bar specials and custom designed champ shirts you can’t lose with this league. Each match will consist of 7 games; 3 doubles games and 4 singles games where each player will play both members of the opposing team once.

With Chicago Sport & Social Club, it’s more than a game. Join in on the fun, team competition and camaraderie of a ping pong league.

Formats

2 vs. 2 (no gender specifics) 

Experience

8 guaranteed matches, team jerseys, league administration, equipment, certified CSSC staff, playoffs for qualifying teams, prizes for winners and drink and/or food specials at the sponsor bar

Jerseys

Each ping pong team jersey set includes the following pre-bundled sizes (No exchanges): 1S, 1M, 1L, 1 XL

Teams may purchase additional shirts or sizes for $5 per shirt

Day ⬍ Location ⬍ Gender ⬍ Level ⬍ Format ⬍ Time ⬍ Starts ⬍ Team ⬍ Free Agent ⬍
Table Tennis Monday   Ace Bounce ANY Open 2 v 2 6:00PM - 8:00PM 04/08/2019 $120 $60
Starts: Apr 8, 2019
Times: 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Division: Open
Days: Mon
Location: Ace Bounce
Team/Indy: $120/$60

Table Tennis Wednesday   Ace Bounce ANY Open 2 v 2 8:00PM - 10:00PM 04/10/2019 $120 $60
Starts: Apr 10, 2019
Times: 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Division: Open
Days: Wed
Location: Ace Bounce
Team/Indy: $120/$60

LEVELS

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Beginner

The recreational level is geared towards participants that are just looking to have fun. This is the most basic level that the CSSC offers, you can think of it as the "beginners" level. Participants that play at this level are out to enjoy themselves and not out for the sheer competition of the  sport. Most players have not played on an organized team before or have only played for a couple of seasons. This is a great level for beginning teams to start and a great way to begin your team's dynasty.

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Open

The intermediate level is geared towards participants who are still relatively new to the sport but are seeking a little bit more competition. You can think of it as the "middle of the road" level. Participants that play at this level have a good knowledge of the rules and the game and are ready to become more competitive but are still not all that serious. Most participants at this level have played for a few seasons. This is a great level for those teams that have had success at the recreational level and are now ready to step their game up!

Beginner

The recreational level is geared towards participants that are just looking to have fun. This is the most basic level that the CSSC offers, you can think of it as the "beginners" level. Participants that play at this level are out to enjoy themselves and not out for the sheer competition of the  sport. Most players have not played on an organized team before or have only played for a couple of seasons. This is a great level for beginning teams to start and a great way to begin your team's dynasty.

Open

The Open level is "open" to everyone. It is a combination of skill levels that usually skew towards the intermediate level, depending on the sport.

Locations

  • Southport Lanes (3325 N. Southport)
    • 3325 N. Southport, Chicago, IL, 60657
  • Ace Bounce 
    • 230 N. Clark, Chicago, IL,

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