Pool Table Room Size Requirements
Table Size 57" Cue 52" Cue 48" Cue 42" Cue 36" Cue 24" Cue
9 Foot
50" x 100"
W 13' 8"
L 17' 10"
W 13' 0"
L 17' 0"
W 12' 2"
L 16' 4"
W 11' 2"
L 15' 4"
W 10' 2"
L 14' 4"
W 9' 2"
L 13' 4"
8 Foot
44" x 88"
W 13' 2"
L 16' 10"
W 12' 4"
L 16' 0"
W 11' 8"
L 15' 4"
W 10' 8"
L 14' 4"
W 9' 8"
L 13' 4"
W 8' 8"
L 12' 4"
7 Foot
39" x 78"
W 12' 9"
L 16' 0"
W 11' 11"
L 15' 2"
W 11' 3"
L 14' 6"
W 10' 3"
L 13' 6"
W 9' 3"
L 12' 6"
W 7' 3"
L 10' 6"
6 Foot
35" x 70"
W 12' 5"
L 15' 4"
W 11' 7"
L 14' 6"
W 10' 11"
L 13' 10"
W 9' 11"
L 12' 10"
W 8' 1"
L 11' 10"
W 6' 1"
L 9' 10"
Bumper
30" x 46"
W 12'
L 13' 4"
W 11' 2"
L 12' 6"
W 10' 6"
L 11' 10"
W 9' 6"
L 10' 10"
W 8' 6"
L 9' 10"
W 6' 6"
L 7' 10"
Octagonal
50"
13' 8"
Diameter
12' 10"
Diameter
12' 2"
Diameter
11' 2"
Diameter
10' 2"
Diameter
8' 2"
Diameter
Cut out the game tables and place on chart.
Cut out cue ruler to check cue size requirements
  • The sides of the table are more important than the ends. 80-90% of the shots  will come from the sides of the pool table.
  • Poles have little impact in the game, its long walls that make a whole side un-playable.
  • Do not use the outside dimensions of a pool table to determine space. Use the inside dimensions of the pool table. The numbers shown below the pool table size, are the inside dimensions. That is what you need 5 feet all the way around to have full play.