Beer Pong Table - Large

Elevation illustration of two girls playing Beer Pong on a large fixed beer pong table

Large Beer Pong Tables are wider than average tables used for playing beer pong. Typically designed and used in settings that don’t require the tables to be easily transportable, large beer pong tables are often found in personal homes, college fraternities and sororities, and bars. Because of the personal nature of these larger beer pong tables they are painted and customized by their owners.

Dimensioned drawings of a Large Beer Pong Table measuring width, length, and height

Like official beer pong tables, large beer pong tables are 8’ (2.44 m) long and 27.5” (70 cm) tall with variable widths between 4’-5’ (1.2-1.5 m). The standard distance between the front two cups in a 10 cup game is roughly 65” (165 cm).

How long is a beer pong table?
Official beer pong tables have an overall length of 8’ (244 cm). In a 10 cup game of beer pong, the opponent’s front cup is 6’ 8.5” (204 cm) from the end of the table. In a 6 cup game of beer pong, the opponent’s front cup is 6’ 11.5” (212 cm) from the end of the table.


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27.5” | 70 cm
4’-5’ | 122-152 cm
8’ | 2.44 m

Front Cup Distance: 65” | 165 cm



Drawings include:
Beer Pong Table - Large side elevation, side (people), plan


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Beer Pong, otherwise known as Beirut, is a popular drinking game where players are challenged to throw a standard ping pong ball into the opposing team's cups from the end of a table. Beer Pong is played in teams of two with each player taking one shot per round until all cups are cleared.