The 13 Best Ping Pong Tables in 2022

Looking for the best ping pong table? Not sure what to look for? We’ve put together reviews of the best table tennis tables for 2022 and we also have an in-depth buyer’s guide to give you everything you need to choose the right table for you. Let’s get started.

At A Glance: The Best Ping Pong Tables

If you’re in a hurry, here are links to our favorite tables. We go into more detail about why we like them later on in this article.

Our Favorite Ping Pong Tables

Best Indoor Ping Pong Table Reviews

Below you’ll find reviews for the best indoor table tennis tables for 2022.

#1. The JOOLA Tour 2500 – Best Overall


  • Dimensions – 9 x 5 feet
  • Assembly time – 10 minutes (Comes 95% ready to go)
  • Surface – 1″ (25 mm) medium-density fiberboard
  • Price – $$ (Check current price)
  • Our rating – 9.8/10 (Our JOOLA Tour review)

The JOOLA Tour 2500 is our number one choice for the best table tennis table. If you look at our most recommended tables, you’ll see that JOOLA knows what they’re doing when it comes to making indoor ping pong tables (three of our top-rated models are by JOOLA).

The Tour 2500 is one of our favorite options if you’re looking to get an affordable yet quality table that even the pros would be happy with.

As you’d expect from JOOLA, it has all the features you expect and need. The first is a great table surface, the Tour series from JOOLA comes in three different thicknesses: the JOOLA Tour 1500 (5/8″), the JOOLA Tour 1800 (3/4″), and the tournament-grade table JOOLA Tour 2500 (1″). Remember that the thicker the surface of the tabletop the better bounce you’re going to get. While the most expensive, we feel that the 25 mm version provides the best value for money. It’s perfect for recreational play at home, in the office, or more serious play at clubs and tournaments.

It folds up for personal playback, enabling you to practice on your own, and stores compactly when not in use. It’s also perfectly portable as it features eight casters wheels (four on each of the two halves) that lock in place for safety. If you have an uneven floor you can use the leg levelers to ensure a level playing experience.

All in all, the JOOLA Tour is a solid USATT-approved ping pong table, and it easily ranks as one of the top JOOLA ping pong tables for the money.

#2. The JOOLA Inside 25 — Great Value for Money

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In at number two, we have the JOOLA Inside 25 table tennis table. It’s up there as one of the most popular table tennis tables of all time. It’s a great choice for intermediate or advanced players looking for their first table or a family looking for the best ping pong table that’s easy to fold and store away when not in use.

It comes in three table thicknesses, but our favorite is the 25 mm (the JOOLA Inside 25), that’s supported by 1.5-inch thick steel legs to keep it sturdy and safe. It splits into two pieces which makes it really easy to move around, plus, you can fold up one side to play in personal playback mode to practice on your own or put it in storage.

The reason we rate the Inside 25 ever-so-slightly over the Tour 2500 is simply because of the price. The two tables are almost identical and incredible in their own right. Yet the Inside 25 is several hundred dollars cheaper. Therefore, it simply provides better value for money.

We highly recommend the JOOLA Inside 25 to anyone looking for a reasonably priced, quality table for their basement that will last for years.

#3. The STIGA Advantage Pro

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  • Dimensions – 9 x 5 feet
  • Assembly time – 10 minutes
  • Surface – 3/4″ (19 mm)
  • Price – $$
  • Our rating – 9.6/10 (Our STIGA Advantage Review )

Our 3rd choice is the STIGA Advantage Pro, another very popular recreational player table. It ticks many boxes you should look for in the best table tennis table. It’s the regulation size at 9 x 5 ft and is incredibly simple to set up, (some people have done it in under 10 minutes).

The playing surface comes in a few different table thicknesses. We like the STIGA Advantage Pro version, which is 3/4 inch (19 mm), but you can get the regular STIGA Advantage which is a bit cheaper. However, it has a 5/8 inch (16 mm) thick table surface. The cheapest version, which we don’t recommend, is the STIGA Advantage Lite. Its tabletop thickness is just 1/2 inch (13 mm), so it is not that fun to play on.

The Advantage Pro is made with a thick medium-density fiberboard that they finish with multiple layers of paint to ensure a smooth surface for a consistent bounce all over.

Like any high-quality table designed for indoors, you can fold up the STIGA Advantage Pro to put it away for easy storage or into personal playback mode to get some practice in on your own. When it’s folded, it locks into position with a spring-loaded safety latch to ensure it won’t open unexpectedly. It also features 4-inch premium black casters to make transporting it effortlessly. These wheels have locks to keep your table safe and secure. To top it all off, the STIGA Advantage Pro table comes with a premium tournament-grade 72-inch net set that clamps to the top and is very easy to set up. You can adjust the height and the tension as well.

So if you’re looking for an affordable yet durable ping pong table for your home or office, then check out the STIGA Advantage Pro.

#4. The JOOLA United Pro 18

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  • Dimensions – 9 x 5 feet
  • Assembly time – 10 minutes (Comes 95% ready to go)
  • Surface – 3/4″ (18 mm) medium-density fiberboard
  • Price – $$ (Check current price)
  • Our rating – 9.6/10 (Our JOOLA Motion review)

Another fantastic table to look at is the JOOLA United Pro 18 (also known as the JOOLA Motion and JOOLA Rally TL). It’s hugely popular with beginners and intermediate players looking for a durable and reliable option that won’t break the bank.

The JOOLA United Pro, like most tables, comes in three different playing surface thicknesses. The 5/8 inch is the standard version and is more than adequate for most players, but if you can afford a bit extra, we recommend the 3/4 inch model, which has tournament-grade thickness for a superior bounce. The JOOLA United Pro 18 has a tabletop made from a medium-density MDF fiberboard and multiple layers of paint to ensure a smooth and consistent ball bounce during play. It also has four locking wheels and leg levelers to keep the playing surface as flat as possible.

We love the quality look and design of the JOOLA United Pro 18 and the fact that it has ball holders at each corner (once you’ve had a table with corner ball holders you won’t want to go back to one without!). It also features magnetic abacus scorers to help you keep track of who’s winning — cheating friends will hate it! Check the latest price of the United Pro 18 below.

#5. The Butterfly Centrefold 25 — Longest Indoor Warranty Period

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If you’re willing to spend some serious money on a new table (over $2000), then you’ll be getting a professional ping pong table that’s suitable for tournament use. With this budget, you’ll be looking at a top-of-the-range table tennis table, possibly one used in world-class tournaments. The table should have at least a 1-inch thick tabletop, the wheels should be 3 inches large at minimum, and the chassis should be solid steel that does not bend or wear easily. The surface should also be scratch-resistant, and possibly most importantly, it should come with a long warranty period.

In our opinion, the Butterfly Centrefold 25 fits all these criteria and has among the best performance of any ping pong table available today.

Over the years, we’ve got to play on many indoor ping pong tables, and it’s fair to say that the Centrefold 25 is in the top few of our favorite ones to play on. It’s made by Butterfly, one of the most popular table tennis companies, and they were even the official tournament sponsor and supplier of the 2012, 2014 & 2016 World Table Tennis Championships.

The Butterfly Centrefold 25 has all the usual features that you’d expect in a high-quality professional table such as leg levelers and lockable 5-inch rubber wheels for easy movement. You can then fold it away when you want to put it into storage with its straightforward folding mechanism and safety latch to keep it in place. However, one important quality to note is that while the table is portable, it doesn’t fold for solo playback. But by buying a table of such caliber we doubt you would use this feature if it was present anyway.

The incredible 1-inch scratch-proof playing surface gives an amazing bounce and it’s ITTF approved for top-level tournaments. We also like the flare from the magenta corner protectors which keeps it safe from knocks and scratches — there’s no denying this table has style! Included with the table is a good quality Europa Net Set which is professional quality.

The only downside about the Butterfly Centrefold 25 is the cost, it’s fair to say it’s a high-end ping pong table and is immensely more expensive than the likes of say, the STIGA Advantage. That being said, this Butterfly table offers a five-year warranty which does soften the blow, so if you’re looking for one of the best-rated tables on the market that the pros would be happy with, then check it out.

#6. STIGA Optimum 30 — Best Quality

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If table thickness is what you seek, you’ll be mightily impressed by the STIGA optimum 30. Where most tournament standard ping pong tables have a 25 mm thick playing surface, the Optimum 30’s is 30 mm thick. This means the quality and consistency of the bounce cannot be outdone by any other table, it simply has incredible performance.

It also has a very strong build quality, which we expect from a high-end table. The steel legs measure 2-2/5″ x 1-3/5″, and the 2-2/5″ thick steel apron supports the playing surface. This is a table that will last for many, many years and can stand up to a great deal of punishment.

Unsurprisingly, it’s rather heavy at almost 300 lbs and takes around 1-2 hours to set up. This may seem like a bit of an inconvenience, but it’s pretty typical for elite tables. Many of us have simply become accustomed to lower to mid-end tables that are mostly pre-assembled.

The Stiga Optimum 30 comfortably ranks as one of our top tables ever, and it is easily worth the money for advanced players. However, given the Tour 2500, and Inside 25 are of similar quality and quite a bit cheaper, we feel they provide better value for money.

#7. JOOLA Inside 18

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  • Dimensions – 9 x 5 feet
  • Assembly time – Under 10 minutes
  • Surface – 3/4″ (18 mm)
  • Price – $$ (Check the latest price)
  • Our rating – 9.6/10

Remember how much we loved the JOOLA Inside 18? Then it should come as no surprise that its cheaper brother makes the list. The main two differences between this model and the Inside 25 are the playing surface and the undercarriage. The table top is much thinner at 18 mm, which is perfectly fine for intermediate-level play. And also, the apron and legs are both 10 mm thinner at 40×20 mm and 40×40 mm, respectively.

Besides these two changes, there is nothing major to report. Sure the wheels are an inch smaller at 3″, but few people require large wheels for indoor tables. In fact, the JOOLA Inside is a closer match to the Stiga Advantage. I believe both are produced in the same factory and share nearly identical forms. Again, the Inside 18 loses this match-up, but not by match. The Advantage’s wheels are larger at 4″ and its playing surface is 1 mm thicker at 19 mm.

All in all, the JOOLA Inside 18 is a cracking table for families, and it is pleasantly priced. Its issue is that it is narrowly worse than a few other models around its price range.


The Top Outdoor Ping Pong Tables

#1. Cornilleau 300X Outdoor — Top Outdoor Pick

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  • Dimensions – 9 x 5 feet (regulation size)
  • Setup – 90 – 120 minutes (Not so easy to put together on your own)
  • Surface – 5 mm laminate surface with glare reduction
  • Price – $$$$ (Check the latest price)
  • Our rating – 9.4/10 (Our Cornilleau 300X Review)

Up next we have the Cornilleau 300X Outdoor, which is a French-made outdoor table tennis table that sports an anti-glare 5 mm thick top that provides a good ball bounce all over. Its folding frame is built with a 50 mm thick steel alloy which gives it amazing support. It’s completely weatherproof as well so it won’t rust when exposed to the elements. We love the strong 200 mm (8-inch) diameter casters which provide phenomenal portability. Like most wheels, they have brakes to ensure the table remains in place when stowed away safely.

We particularly like the abacus scorers on the side of the table, these help keep track of the score to prevent cheating. Plus the 300X has storage space for four paddles and eight balls by the wheels to ensure you don’t lose your accessories. As for leveling, the table features height-adjustable swivel feet. This makes it possible to play virtually anywhere. Furthermore, the integrated net has a cord that enables you to adjust the net’s height.

Overall it’s a very high-quality, durable, sturdy, and well-designed outdoor table, that comes with a 10-year warranty. These qualities make it our best ping pong table for those who are looking for a model for their garden.

#2. JOOLA Nova Pro Plus Outdoor

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  • Dimensions – 9 x 5 feet
  • Assembly – 10 minutes (comes 95% preassembled)
  • Surface – 6 mm thick aluminum-plastic composite
  • Price – $$ (Check the latest price)
  • Our rating – 9.2/10

The JOOLA Nova Pro Plus Outdoor is an indoor-outdoor weather-proof ping pong table that’s built to last. It’s got a 6 mm thick aluminum and plastic composite surface that is warp-resistant and won’t chip to ensure it lasts for years of outdoor use. It’s got a really strong steel frame (galvanized) as well, sitting on a 30 mm x 30 undercarriage that’s rust-resistant and safe.

Yet where the Nova Pro Plus really excel is portability. This table has eight 6″ double wheels meaning it can tackle some seriously tough terrain. Long grass? No problem. Bumpy cobble? Easy-peasy. This table is the best you can get if maneuverability is your primary goal. Few tables have wheels larger than 4″, so double 6″ wheels are incredible. The table also comes in two sections like most, this makes the table even easier to move around and means you can set it in a playback position to practice by yourself.

Furthermore, the Nova Pro Plus comes with a weatherproof net set that is simple to set up and isn’t fiddly like some of the nets we’ve seen. Like other good tables, it has leg levelers to ensure the table is as flat as possible, a very handy feature, especially on an outdoor table tennis table. Overall the JOOLA Nova Pro Plus is a fantastic outdoor option that we highly recommend.



#3. STIGA XTR Outdoor

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Up next is the STIGA XTR, a great outdoor table tennis table built to withstand all that mother nature can throw at it. The 6 mm aluminum top is made with an exterior grade powder coating and the legs are made with galvanized steel (powder coated with Zinc) that is waterproof, won’t rust, and is resistant to sun damage. These materials make it perfect for all-year-round play in all climates. It’s built to resist moisture, something that can cause even the best indoor table tennis tables to warp and lose their shape.

The 1.5-inch tubular steel apron supports the table top and ensures that the bounce is even across the whole table’s surface. It’s incredibly easy to fold away when not in use with a self-opening feature that means its steel legs automatically deploy when opening or closing it. Like other tables, it has leg levelers and strong 3″ locking wheels for easy and safe transport. Budget willing, you could also check out the STIGA XTR Pro which has bigger wheels and a thicker frame. Both come with a 72″ weather-resistant tournament-grade net and post set that is made to last and keep its tension. It’s very similar to the JOOLA Nova DX (which we’ll look at next).

#4. JOOLA Nova DX

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The JOOLA Nova DX is the model down from the Nova Pro Plus. It sports the same design structure but falls short in one key area, and that’s its wheels. They measure 3″ in diameter and are single wheels. This pales in comparison to the 6″ double-wheels present for the Nova Pro Plus. Of course, the advantage of choosing this model is the price. You can pick it up for $100 less which is quite the saving when you consider the only area the Pro Plus beats it is its wheels. Other than that, for all intents and purposes, they seem to be the same table.

I did notice that the assembly time for the Nova DX is listed at 15 minutes rather than the 10 minutes for the Nova Pro Plus. However, I imagine in reality the assembly time is the same as there is no discernible reason why they should be any different given they have the same design structure.

The Nova DX is also very similar to the Stiga XTR, much like how the JOOLA Inside is similar to the Stiga Advantage. These two brands are the kings of affordable ping pong tables, and once again it’s tough to differentiate between these two models. They look remarkably alike and have almost identical features. Therefore we favor the cheaper model which in this case is the Nova DX by just $50.

#5. Kettler Outdoor 6

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  • Dimensions – 9 x 5 feet (regulation size)
  • Setup – 30 minutes
  • Surface – KETT-TEC6 True Bounce playfield
  • Price – $$$$$ (Check the latest price)
  • Our rating – 8.9/10

The Kettle Outdoor 6 is our premium outdoor option. It includes many luxury features which you won’t find among other models. Let’s start by looking at its form. The Outdoor 6 is a one-piece table, unlike most of the other tables we have looked at which are two-piece. It uses a Dual Locking System (DLS) which is a proprietary one-handed contraption for opening and closing the table. This is further enhanced by the patented Smooth Trax tech. Both sides open and close in a very controlled manner making this a great option for kids who can’t usually be trusted.

As for the playing surface, it features a KETT-TEC6 True Bounce playfield. The thickness is not specified, which is a real shame, but we expect it is at least 6 mm given the price. We do, however, know that it is both fade and scratch-resistant, and it has an anti-glare coating which are all advertising qualities.

Another quality attribute are the 5.5″ double wheels. These make traversing troublesome ground a cinch, and we expect no less of such a high-end table. Moving onto fun add-ons, the Kettler Outdoor 6 includes ball dispensers at either end of the table and bat holders below the net. For this reason, you should always have equipment handy! You’ll also be pleased to know that this table comes with a cover, 4x outdoor rackets, and 12x 3-star balls. So while the 30-minute assembly period is longer than most, you don’t need to go out and buy any gear. You can get playing as soon as you build the table.


#6. Butterfly Playback Rollaway Outdoor

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  • Dimensions – 9 x 5 feet
  • Assembly – 2 hours or more (Not easy to put together on your own)
  • Surface – 6 mm synthetic laminate top
  • Price – $$$ (Check the latest price here)
  • Our rating – 7/10

The Butterfly Playback Rollaway Outdoor is an outdoor ping pong table with a 6 mm synthetic laminate top. While not particularly thick, it does match the thickness of most quality outdoor ping pong tables. The playing surface is identical to the Outdoor Home Rollaway, but it uses a more robust frame, therefore it could be a great choice for players who are a little heavy-handed.

The table folds up for solo playback mode; you can even leave the net on when you fold it up. This is a great feature that few tables have. We also like the large 5″ double wheels which make the table easy to move, and the included 3-year warranty. That’s a very respectable warranty period for an outdoor table.

The major downside to the Playback Rollaway Outdoor is how long it takes to assemble, users have reported that it takes way over two hours to set up which is no fun at all. It’s very difficult, if not impossible to assemble on your own, so consider getting some friends or family to help. We were also disappointed to see that the table does not have leg levelers. This is a strange feature to omit as the ground outdoors is often uneven, so leg levelers are essential to ensure a level playing surface while you play ping pong in this environment.

Check the full review of Butterfly Playback table tennis table.

Table Tennis Tables — Buyer’s Guide

Indoor vs Outdoor Tables

Location! Location! Location! Where do you plan on playing table tennis? In your backyard with friends? In your basement for more serious training? Before you start looking at the tables on offer you should have a clear idea of whether you want an indoor or outdoor table. Indoor tables are almost always better than outdoor tables in terms of performance, but as their name would suggest, they quickly become ruined when left out in the rain.

On the other hand, outdoor models are generally easier for people to house. And while they are not as fun to play on, they are perfect for recreational use for most people. Just be aware that while they are well-equipped to handle the outdoors, I wouldn’t expect them to last as long as indoor tables. Indoor models take less punishment making them better long-term picks.

Table Top Quality

Most table tops are made from wood, specifically MDF or compressed plywood. At least, that’s the case for superior indoor models. Outdoor models instead use a mix of metal, wood, and melamine to protect against rain, heat, and humidity.

While the materials a table uses are a good indicator of quality, you also need to note its thickness, as this is a great indicator of performance. We recommend picking up a table with a thickness of at least 18 mm if you’re a keen player. For context, the max thickness is often 25 mm, although a few 30 mm models are around.

This means you should generally steer clear of 13 mm and 15 mm tables unless you are really strapped for cash. They provide a poor, inconsistent bounce which is pretty frustrating to play on. So take note, you’ve been warned!


Depending on whether your table is for indoor or outdoor use, and the length you’ll have to wheel it, you may want to consider maneuverability as a buying factor.

Lighter tables are the easiest to move around and do not necessarily need large wheels. However, these tend to have thinner table tops so are not as fun to play on.

Higher quality tables, by comparison, have thicker table tops and are fairly heavy. As such, they are not as portable. In my opinion, this shouldn’t be too much of an issue for most people, though. Most tables include durable wheels that are at least 3″, which is usually sufficient to get a table where you need it to. Generally though, I would only really feel the need to delve deeper if you have to move your table either a long distance or across uneven or inclined ground.


Table top quality and price should be some of your main driving details when choosing a table. However, having a brief setup is a nice luxury. These days, many beginner and intermediate tables arrive 95% pre-assembled. As such, there is only around 15 minutes of assembly from the box to play with very few tools involved.

This is also true for some advanced models. However, many in this category have a significant setup period of a few hours. These tables are also much heavier, which makes the setup more complex. It may be worth enlisting the help of a friend or two to assist with the process.

This can seem like a bit of a pain, but the way I see it, building a table tennis table is far easier than the likes of, say, a sliding wardrobe. It may be a little time-consuming, but the assembly process is often very straightforward and usually requires a pretty limited amount of tools.

Portable Table Tennis Nets vs Integrated Nets

Almost all tables you purchase come with a net. These are either integrated into the table or a removable portable table tennis net. We prefer the removable kind as these are easier to replace if they become damaged. Also, integrated nets are not always very good quality.

The best nets featured height and tension adjustment so that you can tinker with the net to get it set correctly. I wouldn’t let a poor-quality net put you off of a good table though. You can always just purchase one separately. Clamp-style nets are the most robust and this is what I recommend. That being said, if you want a removable net that you can use on any table tennis table, a retractable net is a good option. Just know while these nets are a tonne of fun, they are not height or tension adjustable.


Nobody wants to be ripped off so compare tables to ensure you get a good deal. Set the conditions that are non-negotiable e.g. 22 mm table top and lightweight, and then browse around to discover what’s on offer — you’d be surprised how much you can save that way.

As an advanced player, I have stricter requirements for a tabletop than what most of you will have, but value for money is always at the forefront of my mind. Some tables are exceedingly expensive with few premium features in return, rather, they have good style. Of course, ping pong tables are a great art form to express yourself, but ultimately, I’m not dropping an extra four figures simply because a table “looks cool”.


Are Ping Pong Tables and Table Tennis Tables the Same?

Ping pong tables and table tennis tables are exactly the same. While ping pong is technically a different sport from table tennis, many people use the terms interchangeably. In any case, you play both sports on the same table.

Is a 12 mm Ping Pong Table Good?

12 mm ping pong tables are very poor quality. They are the worse kind on offer and you really should avoid them at all costs. Any player with half-decent skill won’t have that much fun using one as the bounce is wildly inconsistent, making the ball tougher to hit for advanced shots.

Is a 16 mm Ping Pong Table Good?

While better than 12 mm tables, you should also avoid 16 mm models if at all possible due to their poor bounce. As a minimum, we recommend 18 mm thick tables.

What Ping Pong Tables Do Professionals Use?

Professionals only use the top ping pong tables from brands like JOOLA, Stiga, Butterfly, Donic, DHS, and Tibhar. This means typically, they shouldn’t be using a playing surface thinner than 22mm.

How Much Does a Good Ping Pong Table Cost?

For indoor tables, we recommend a playing surface thickness of at least 18mm for passionate players. The cheapest 18mm table currently available is the Stiga Advantage priced at $499.99, so this is the minimum we consider for a good quality table. However, just a couple of hundred dollars extra allows you to buy a much better table.

What is the Best Brand of Table Tennis Table?

There isn’t a definitive best brand of table tennis table. All of the top manufacturers have elite ping pong tables. However, if we have to choose our favorites then that would be JOOLA, Stiga, and Butterfly. These companies consistently produce great tables so they are very safe brands to buy from. If you ever have doubts about the manufacturer of a table, check if they produce other high-quality table tennis equipment. And if you’re still not sure, just ask us!

What is the Best Color for a Ping Pong Table?

Pretty much all ping pong tables come in either green or blue, at least, most serious tables do. Whatever you choose is entirely up to you, there is no advantage to either. I personally don’t care if it’s blue or green, I care more that the color is darker. Brighter tables can be a little off-putting at times which can distract me from the game.

What are Professional Ping Pong Tables Made Of?

Professional tables often use a thick strong metal for the chassis such as steel, whereas the playing surface is usually made from either fibreboard or MDF.

What is the Best Thickness for a Ping Pong Table?

Most ping pong tables go as high as 25mm which is tournament-grade. However, 30mm tables are becoming increasingly common. Either is adequate. The thicker, the better.

How Big is a Professional Ping Pong Table?

A professional ping pong table measures 9 x 5 feet and is the same size as the majority of tables on the market.


We’ve looked at a lot of tables, but in our eyes, the JOOLA Tour 2500 is the best ping pong table you can buy right now. It is very well priced considering it’s a 25 mm thick table, and it has a solid build quality to go with it. The table halves nest together for easy storage as well. This makes it a great choice for club and home use alike.

If you’re instead targeting an outdoor table because don’t want to cram it into your basement, we recommend the Cornilleau 300X if you have the money. It’s a little on the pricey side, but considering the staggering 10-year warranty period we think it’s worth the cash Cornilleau is asking for. They are experts of outdoor tables, and the 300X is an embodiment of this, from the SOFTMAT antiglare surface to the unique DSI 16-point locking system, it’s everything you could want for an outdoor table.

Tight on space? Why not check out our guide for the best mid-size ping pong tables.

Alex Horscroft

Freelance writer. Table tennis enthusiast. Lover of all things online. When I’m not working on my loop game I’m probably binge-watching some fantasy show.