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10 Beer Pong Team Names with Movie References

You and your bros are putting together a beer pong team, and you want to make sure that your team name doesn’t suck. There are plenty of good beer pong team names out there that have already been taken, and you probably wish you’d thought of them first. But all you really need for a good team name is a pop culture reference and a slightly twisted sense of humor. Here are some suggestions from the Party Pong team for the best beer pong team names with movie references.

1. Were you one of millions of bros forced to suffer through Twilight? Commemorate your experience with a name like Team Edward and/or Team Jacob…or maybe Team Edward, Jacob, and Bella in a Threesome. Better yet, Team Vampires Don’t F*ing Sparkle.
2. Animal House Party. Van Wildest. Riff on some of the greatest frat movies of all time.
3. Road Trip. Euro Trip. So many movies to choose from about being young, horny, and On the Road.
4. The First Rule Of Beer Pong Is Not To Talk About Beer Pong!
5. Do you have major pride in the US of A? We’ve got lots of movies about “Murrica—make the most of referencing them! American Beauty. American Psycho. American Pie. You get the idea.
6. Get your superhero on, and tell the world what kind of man you are. Batman, Superman, Iron Man, Beer Pong Man…maybe even Florida Man (but seriously, we hope not).
7. Are you geek? Are you proud? Lord of the Pong. The Drunken Orcs. If you’re into LotR, fly your geek flag like Smaug breathing fire.
8. Sad that vigilante isn’t a valid career choice? Name your team for John Wayne, the Boondock Saints, or any Western hero ever.
9. Miss your childhood? Riff on every animated movie ever, from Land Before Time to The Lion King to Cars.
10. Legally Blonde. Your girlfriend likes this movie. You’ll get girlfriend points.

Have an awesome beer pong team name? Tell us about it in the comments!

Posted 1 year, 11 months ago at 11:16 am.

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Team Names 101: A Guide to Choosing the Best Beer Pong Team Name

You and your bros have been practicing your game, and at this point you’re pretty well convinced you can form a team and clean the floor with your competition. Problem is, you have no idea what to call yourselves—after all, Team MyFirstName and MyBro’sFirstName is actually kind of boring. Fortunately, here at Party Pong we’re all about making sure you have everything you need to be a badass at beer pong—including having an epic team name. Here are some ideas.

1. The Obligatory Puns

Alright, let’s get this one out of the way quickly, because we shouldn’t even actually have to say it. If you can’t come up with some great “balls” puns to use in your team name, then what are you even doing here?

2. The Obligatory Booze References

You are, in fact, playing a game that pretty much requires the consumption of large quantities of cheap beer (yes, you can play with water…but most people generally don’t).  The “Alco Holics”,  “Booze Crews”, “Beer Pressure,” and even “Go Home, You’re Drunk” are all awesome team names celebrating the boozy nature of our favorite sport. Go get a pint and come up with something creative!

3. Pop Culture References

You eat, sleep, and breathe in a world where pop culture is both ridiculous and inescapable. You might as well make the most of it.  What’s the best strange celebrity quote you’ve heard this week? What’s your favorite movie or TV show? Which love-to-hate politician has said something asinine lately? Take these things as inspiration and incorporate them into your up-to-the-minute team name. Or, if all else fails, just make a gratuitous reference to Miley Cyrus twerking.

4. Trash Talk Names

With all great teams come great rivals. Kill two birds with one stone by dissing the other team’s name with your own. Think along the lines of “we will pwn you!”…but, you know, more creative and with a direct reference to your rival team’s name and/or history.

5. Mad Libs Names

Alright, flash back to your childhood planning Mad Libs. You would insert an adjective, noun, or verb into a mystery text, and read it with hilarity once the complete sentences are revealed. Flash forward now to the grownup version of that game to lead you to team-name victory. How, you ask? It’s simple. Choose one adjective, then choose one noun. If you really want to add excitement, throw in an adverb and show off your SAT vocab skills.  Almost any adjective-noun combo will make a good team name, but they’re definitely better when they’re unexpected. For inspiration, think of “The Fighting Chipmunks,” “The Lusty Triangles,” or “The Raging Sporks.”

Now that you’ve chosen the perfect team name, be sure to bring your own custom beer pong balls to up your game even more. The other team will never even know what hit them.

Weigh in with your best team names in the comments section!

Posted 5 years, 11 months ago at 2:51 pm.

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