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New fields force Diegem Sport to halt activities

The new synthetic turf fields with cork infill at Diegem Sport have been ruled unplayable, and, as such, will have…

Autonomous mowing robots discussed

Cutting sports fields is one of the most time consuming, uninspiring and repetitive activities one will have at a sports…

Synthetic turf expected to be voted out

Clubs in the Eredivisie will vote on 1 December whether or not there is still space for synthetic turf pitches…

Cheshire FA strengthens partnership with Technical Surfaces

The Cheshire FA and maintenance company Technical Surfaces have agreed to deliver regional training seminars annually, tailored to the specifics…

Dutch court rules in favor of SBR

Providing a third-generation synthetic turf field is fitted with risk management measures to prevent the spread of polymeric infill outside…

KRC Genk embraces LED grass grow lighting technology

The Cegeka Arena, home ground to the Belgium topflight football club KRC Genk, has ordered several Rhenac Sports LED grass…

Dutch to embrace FIH standards?

Sportsfields.info has learnt that the governing authorities for hockey in the Netherlands are currently reviewing national quality standards to establish…

App to establish synthetic surface quality

The Spanish Instituto de Biomecánica (IBV) is about to release an app that will help establish the quality of a…

Non-watered hockey turf update

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) is pursuing synthetic turf surfaces that have the playing characteristics of wet turf but do…

EC about to throw the baby out with the bathwater 

Sportsfields.info has reliably learnt that infills made of 100% biodegradable polymers are awaiting the same fate as traditional polymeric infills,…