Swedish National Table Tennis Championships


SWEDEN
First held in 1925
NEWS & ARTICLES

Swedish table tennis has brought a lot of legendary names into the local and international history of our sport. Sweden has produced several Olympic, World, and European champions, such as Jan-Ove Waldner, Hans Alser, Stellan Bengtsson, and others. The internal competition in the Swedish national championships has always been intense, and the country’s leading players have always competed on the national stage in front of the local fans. The most accomplished player on the national level in Swedish table tennis history is Tage Flisberg, who won 29 gold medals during his career from 1933 up to 1963. For three decades, Flisberg remained a title contender in the Swedish championships.

THE MOST ACCOMPLISHED SWEDISH PLAYERS
IN SINGLES, DOUBLES & MIXED DOUBLES EVENTS

Tage Flisberg
29-time champion
1933-1962
29S D MX
6S D MX
11S D MX
Stellan Bengtsson
19-time champion
1970-1986
19S D MX
12S D MX
7S D MX
Jan-Ove Waldner
19-time champion
1981-2007
19S D MX
6S D MX
13S D
Kjell Johansson
17-time champion
1963-1976
17S D MX
8 S D MX
6S D MX
Hans Alser
17-time champion
1957-1972
17S D MX
7S MX
10S D MX
Jörgen Persson
15-time champion
1984-2012
15S D MX
10S D MX
13S D MX
Erik Lindh
13-time champion
1980-2003
13S D MX
9S D MX
17S D
Fredrik Håkansson
12-time champion
1994-2015
12S D MX
6S D
8S D MX
Björne Mellström
11-time champion
11S D MX
4S D MX
7S D MX
Pär Gerell
10-time champion
2002-2020
11S D MX
5 S D MX
10S D MX