Those Who Love Table Tennis Love the Cornilleau Table Tennis Equipment!


 The history of the Cornilleau table tennis tables can be traced back to 1946, when Emile Cornilleau opened a workshop in Bonneuil-les-Eaux, a commune in the Oise department in Northern France. The actual production of the tennis tables began only after 1969.

A series of events lead the company where it is right now. The highlights were:

  • In 1979, the son of the founder, Pierre Cornilleau became manager of the company, implementing a more modern approach.
  • The direction that Pierre took was toward the promotion of the company’s goods using the expertise of a champion. Thus, the first sponsorship deal was signed with the French champion Jacques Secretin – one of the most successful table tennis players of France. From 1974 to 1986, he won several medals in singles, doubles and team world and European table tennis championships.
  •  Moving forward with the production, in 1986, the painting of the tennis table was 100 % automated.
  • Another sponsorship contract was signed in 1993 with Jean-Philippe Gatien, another tennis player who competed in four Olympic Games, from 1988 to 2000, winning silver in the singles competition and bronze in doubles.
  • From 1995 to present, the company expended the range of their products and, due to the discovery of new technologies, improved the quality, in 2005 managing to produce the world exclusive first 100% composite bat for the outdoors.

Today Cornilleau, is the European leader of the table tennis equipment production market – exporting their products to 65 countries around the globe. The company’s top products have always been the Cornilleau table tennis tables. Improving the quality, safety and design of the tables was the goal of the manufacturer from the very beginning. By combining the Compact technology, with a smart design, ergonomics and safety, the company obtained the best results in producing outdoor tables.

As the company motto goes, the Cornileau table tennis equipment is a way to celebrate the game not the win, to reach a unique game sensation and, most important, to give each player the opportunity to discover his love for sports in general and table tennis in particular.


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