Ping Pong 2019-2020 Tournaments


This year FIYA will offer Ping Pong Tournaments again! Our tournaments are open to ALL Los Angeles students in grades 5th-8th. See program details below. 





 2019-2020 Tournament Dates: 


 2nd Ping Pong Tournament:  Friday, March 27th  

Location: Le Lycee Francais, 10309 W. National Blvd, Los Angeles 90034

Registration Deadline: Friday, March 20th


 To Register for Tournament: 

Registration is currently OPEN for our Ping Pong Tournaments! 

Please visit our Registration Page and submit an application for your school / students for the Ping Pong Tournament you wish to register for with the links to the right on that page (March 20th). Feel free to email us at with any questions! 


We will have more information posted shortly on this page for our 2019-2020 tournament events. If you or your students are new to Ping Pong but are interested in participating, check out the "Ping Pong Resources" link to the right and other practice ideas / tips at the bottom of this page! We look forward to seeing you at this year's tournaments! 





Similar to our Cross Country program, in FIYA Ping Pong, students are able to compete on behalf of their school as independent athletes or as part of a team. Please read details below. 


  • Open to ALL students 5th Grade – 8th Grade, with entry limited
    • COST: $10/participant for FIYA Member schools, $12.50/participant for non-member schools. Payment can be made on day of event.


  •  FORMAT: 
    • RULES: Our Ping Pong Tournament Rules and how we run our events can be found in the links to the right under "Ping Pong Information". Please make sure to check it out prior to the day of the tournament so you can prepare your student-athletes accordingly. 
    • INDIVIDUAL: Pool play followed by tournament bracket. Each player guaranteed three games. Exact format TBD based on participation numbers. If sufficient numbers, participants will be broken up into Boys/Girls & D-1/D-2
    • TEAM: No separate team competition, but team points can be earned based on individual results. A team consists of three players from a school; for a school with more than 3 only their top 3 finishers count towards team score. A point is earned for each round advanced in championship tournament play with a bonus point awarded to the final champion.
    • AWARDS: Awards will be given to top team and individual finishers based on number of participants.


As part of our vision, we're grateful to be offering an additional sport to our student athletes to explore because we believe every child should have the equal opportunity to participate in school sports, regardless of their athletic background or skill-level. Every child deserves to excell inside and outside of the classroom, and we recognize FIYA is fortunate to be one of the platforms for them to do so. GET PRACTICING and we look forward to seeing you there!