Size of Netball Court Sports MUGAs
The design of Netball Court can have a major impact with the surface type and price. The Multi Use Games Area / MUGA surfacing is dependent on the specification from the customer or architect. Normal sizes of the Netball Court are 30.50m x 15.25m.
The surfacing of the Netball Court can be a Polymeric sports surface or a Macadam surfacing and both have game line markings. Both of the different sports surfaces can affect the cost of the area. Netball Courts have sport lines which are 50mm wide and is completed using a specialist sports line acrylic coating. Similar sports surfaces that can be played on these surfaces include lacrosse, Football, tennis and Basketball.
Netball sports courts can have an anti slip coating applied to the surfacing in acrylic paint or a polyurethane coating and these sports coatings are what gives the finished playing surface slip resistance because netball needs a high slip resistant surface.
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