Synthetic Turf Football Pitch Construction
Football pitches are often known as being wet, muddy and uneven in the UK but the more common introduction of Astroturf 3G synthetic all weather pitches mean that this is now less common for some areas. 3G all weather football pitches are sports facilities which are made from a minimum 40mm thick sports carpet that can be installed with a shockpad and the sports surfacing can be used in all weathers and at any time of the day.
Football Pitch Construction
The introduction of sports super rebound fencing and sports floodlighting means that the facility can also take extra revenue from longer opening hours because there are no restrictions if there is a lack of daylight. The 3G football can also be used for sports like Rugby and Hockey and the surface can take a stud from a playing boot. Soft Surfaces Ltd have been installing these specialist facilities for years and we class this sector as one of our most important areas. The third generation football surface has a rubber infill and is also available in the 50mm and 60mm pile height to suit both rugby league and rugby union playing characteristics. We also offer both monofilament and fibrillated artificial football turf to meet any design and specification or surfacing.
The sports MUGA surface can be constructed to suit most different area sizes / dimensions and there is no set specification / design. We can help you in most areas of the project and these include quotations, prices, specifications, construction and funding advice. You can have different playing surface accreditations like FIFA 3* and Soft Surfaces Ltd can also help to advise you on the best product for your individual football pitch construction project. Please visit our website on http://www.sportsandsafetysurfaces.co.uk/ for more information on our sport surfacing products and services, or email us at email@example.com where we will be happy to help with any requirements you may have.
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