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JOOLA CITY Outdoor Table Tennis Table

by Joola
Original price $3,999.00 - Original price $3,999.00
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$3,999.00 - $3,999.00
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The JOOLA City Outdoor Table Tennis Table is a tough and rugged industrial outdoor ping pong table that also comes with the championship-caliber playing surface that JOOLA is known for. This is the ideal ping pong table for parks, resorts, campsites, apartment complexes, or even a rooftop terrace. You can find our JOOLA City Table at Love Park in Philadelphia and Bryant Park in New York City!

  • Solid surface made of an acrylic resin/silica sand mixture that creates a pore-free table that is completely weatherproof
  • Proven against frost, heat, UV radiation, and temperature fluctuations
  • Undercarriage is made of solid rectangular steel tubing (50/40mm) and has been hot-dip galvanized
  • Dismountable top that is easily installed with just two people
  • Includes durable and stable metal ping pong net (JOOLA City Outdoor Net and Post Set)
  • SKU: 11700-31018

Table Info

Net & Post Set: Included – City

Weatherproof: Yes

Dimensions: 9ft x 5ft x 2.5ft

Weight: 640lbs

Assembly: Instruction Manual

Table Tennis Table Guide

Need help picking the right table tennis table? We’ve got you covered!

What Table Tennis Table Should You Buy?

There are many ping pong tables for sale. Choosing the right one can have a big impact on your play and your wallet. Luckily, with such a wide range of choices, you’re sure to find a table tennis table that can best suit your needs and budget.

  • How to Choose a Table Tennis Table
  • Can You Take Your Table Tennis Game Outside?
  • What to Know About Foldable Table Tennis Tables​
  • Portable Table Tennis Tables and Tables for Apartments & Small Spaces


Table Surface Thickness

Most regulation-size table tennis tables range in thickness from 12mm to 30mm. As a general rule, the thicker the surface, the better the table. The best ping pong tables for high-traffic rec centers and for competitive players are 25mm+ table tennis tables. Beginners and game room buyers usually get by fine with cheaper ping pong tables that are in the 13mm to 15mm range.

Why get a thicker table? The thicker table will have a truer bounce, will be less likely to warp, typically has a sturdier undercarriage, and can handle being moved around more for places such as clubs or schools.

"As a general rule, the thicker the surface, the better the table."


Whether you are investing in family fun, adding an amenity to your business, or working on your health, you want your table to last. When it comes to the lifespan of a ping pong table, pay attention to both what is on top and what is underneath. The surface should at least have a treated paint surface and you will want to avoid anything with decals or stickers. Higher-end ITTF-approved tables feature special surface treatments to withstand higher volume play.

The undercarriage can be just as important as the surface. Each table has its own configuration, but many will state what type of metal is used and how thick the tubing is. For a table that sits stationary in a home, 30mm or less is sufficient. A rock-solid table tennis table will be around 50mm. The size of the wheel casters is another feature to evaluate. If your table is going in and out of storage and constantly wheeled around, look for 3in to 6in locking caster wheels to keep things moving smoothly.

"When it comes to the lifespan of a ping pong table, pay attention to both what is on top and what is underneath."


Yes! You can play ping pong outside – if you have the right table. It is important to note that unless a table is specifically labeled as an outdoor table, it should not be stored outside or be subjected to the elements.

Outdoor tables consist of a specialty playing surface and an undercarriage with weatherproof treating. The tables are tested against frost, UV radiation, temperature fluctuations, heat and moisture. Some outdoor ping pong tables look just like their indoor counterparts, but with an aluminum or fiberglass surface. The best part about these tables is they can just as easily be used as indoor tables! 

There are also more permanent and long-lasting options. Industrial table tennis tables are bigger, thicker, and much heavier. You’ll find these tables in city parks, apartment complexes, breweries, and resorts. With steel undercarriages and metal nets, outdoor industrial ping pong tables can last for over a decade out in all kinds of weather. 

"Yes! You can play ping pong outside - if you have the right table."


First, not all ping pong tables are foldable, so read the product description carefully. Second, foldable ping pong tables come in two types: 1-piece centerfold and 2-piece foldable. The 1-piece design is where the table halves simply fold up. Many entry level, budget friendly tables will have this design.

To accommodate a larger base and sturdier undercarriages, some tables are two individual halves that fold up and can be nested together when stored – comparatively taking up less space in storage than many 1-piece designs. 2-piece foldable ping pong tables can be easier to move since they are lighter halves. The two halves also have the added benefit of offering solo playback mode. Just fold one half up and now you have a rebound board to practice against.

"... foldable ping pong tables come in two types: 1-piece centerfold and 2-piece foldable"


A smaller ping pong table can be a great option for those in tighter spaces, but they too have a wide range of choices. The smaller size takes a little getting used to, but can actually make you a much more skilled player.

A midsize ping pong table is about 2/3 the size of a regulation table. The best part about these tables is that you still get a sturdy 12mm playing surface, they are regulation height, and they come with a regulation height net. That all adds up to a much more realistic playing experience and skills that transfer better to a full-sized table. Bonus features for this type of medium-sized ping pong table include doubling as a card table and folding flat for closet or under bed storage. 

Miniature and portable table tennis tables come in all shapes and sizes. Most fit into the novelty toy category as the surfaces may not provide an even bounce and the dimensions are on a much smaller scale. What they lack in pedigree, they make up for in portability. Since there is no standard for small table tennis tables, pay close attention to the listed size and the weight to make sure it fits your needs.   

And if all you have is a dining room table or a park bench, you might still have a table tennis table. For a ping pong experience you can take anywhere, consider a retractable table tennis net. These portable ping pong nets stretch to 6 feet and easily clip on to any surface up to an inch thick. Small enough to fit in a purse, these versatile nets are a table tennis player’s perfect travel companion.

"A smaller ping pong table can be a great option for those in tighter spaces..."



From early days playing table tennis, to the global vision that JOOLA share for the sport of pickleball. Find out why the world’s best pickleball player Ben Johns was drawn to join Team JOOLA!



It’s not as simple as it might look! US Table Tennis Olympian Lily Zhang and Pickleball Champion Ben Johns educate you on how to pronounce JOOLA!


SINCE 1952

JOOLA was founded by Karl Frey, the former owner of the department store group, Fr. Th. Jooss, located in Landau, Germany. The sports department of Jooss was involved in the production of the first table tennis tables in 1952. By 1954, table tennis production became an independent department within the group. In the 1950’s, it was common to combine the names of companies and cities, which is how the JOOLA brand name came to be – a combination of Jooss and Landau.

After tremendous success and popularity, JOOLA established itself as an independent company and relocated to Godramstein in 1963. The company experienced exponential growth and quickly reached production capacity in its new location, despite taking over additional buildings. In 1973, JOOLA opened its Siebeldingen campus, which features an 1800m² production facility, 1200m² of warehousing space, and 700m² of office space. The Siebeldingen campus is still being used today as the home of JOOLA’s European Headquarter.

In 1979, Michael Bachtler, managing director of JOOLA since 1968, took over the company as CEO. He oversaw major milestones such as becoming the official table sponsor for the 1996 Atlanta, 2000 Sydney and 2004 Athens Summer Games. 

In 2018, Michael Bachtler announced his plans for succession and in 2019 JOOLA was acquired by their North American partner, Sport Squad, Inc. under the leadership of Richard Lee, President of the company. JOOLA and Sport Squad, Inc. have been partners since 2006, when Sport Squad, Inc. became the North American distributor for the JOOLA brand.

In 2022, JOOLA launched JOOLA Pickleball and immediately took the sport by storm as the sponsor of pickleball world #1 Ben Johns and a partner of USPPA.