European Table Tennis Union
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The European Table Tennis Union (ETTU) is the highest authoritative body of regulation and organization of table tennis in Europe regarded by International Table Tennis Federation. It was founded in 1957, and currently has 56 member associations. It is responsible for holding various important competitions for individual players, nations and clubs in the continent.
The idea of an organization for table tennis in Europe came up in 1956 at Tokyo. It was first founded on March 13, 1957, by 17 members: Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Finland, France, German Democratic Republic, West Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Soviet Union, Spain, Sweden, Wales, and Yugoslavia with Frenchman Jean Belot being the first President. Currently ETTU includes 56 members.
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