Outdoor Football Court Sports Surfaces
Outdoor football court surfaces can come in many different forms of size, dimensions and specification and this makes the construction and maintenance of the surfacing a turnkey package. Different surfaces that can be used for outdoor football courts can include Polymeric EPDM rubber crumb, Asphalt tar macadam, 3G synthetic grass and sand dressed / sand filled all weather artificial grass sports surfaces.
Outdoor Football Court Sizes
Outdoor sports courts can vary in sizes and these can include 45 – 90m x 90 – 120m and general MUGA sizes can come in from 38m x 18m. Soft Surfaces Ltd have supplied, installed and specified many different outdoor football surfaces and we have an extensive knowledge in this sector. Designs, surfacing specification, construction, maintenance and costings are all part of our expertise and we will always be happy to help you with your project.
Multi use games areas and kickabout courts are designed for playing football and other sports like hockey and tennis, different types of outdoor football court surfacing can suit different sports and the specification can be tailored to meet the requirements of each individual project. These multi sports facilities often found in places like schools, sports clubs and parks and in many different locations throughout the UK.
Maintenance of Outdoor Football Courts
Outdoor football court sports surface maintenance can also be arranged, this type of maintenance your sports facility flooring requires can be determined by carrying out sports surfacing tests which assess factors including ball bounce, non slip qualities and permeability for drainage. Maintenance for outdoor football court surfacing can include both proactive maintenance to prevent surface damage, and reactive maintenance to repair any damage which does occur and stop it getting worse:
- Proactive Maintenance – This could include, grooming, drag brushing to prevent infill compaction, deep cleaning and moss and algae treatments to prevent contamination which damages the artificial grass fibres.
- Reactive Maintenance – This could be seam and joint repairs, damage repairs, top up of rubber crumb infill, or even total resurfacing and rejuvenation if the pitch is in very bad condition.
Sport Surfacing Contractors
We are experienced contractors in the installation of outdoor football court facilities, we can assist you with all aspect of your sport or play surfacing enquiry, including specifications, designs, costs, quotes and applying for financial help through a funding grant. If you would like more information about outdoor football court surfacing, or any other sports or play surfacing facilities, please visit our website at https://www.softsurfaces.co.uk/ where you can find details of the work we specialise in, as well as examples of projects we have previously carried out. If you want to send us an enquiry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you with details of specifications costs and quotes for your sports surfacing project.
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