See for yourself what the training fields look like that will be used for the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Groundsmen representing the various clubs in the Dutch highest football leagues have established a format that should save the most vulnerable parts of a field during warm-up and half-time.
Millions of square metres of synthetic turf will be removed and discarded in the northern…
Hockey Australia has established an online information hub. The Hub is a one-stop shop for Hockey facilities and provides information from lobbying to construction and everything in between.
The Dutch FA (KNVB) is inviting the industry at large to come up with a solution whereby sports fields are marked and then cleared from markings quickly, or preferably, instantly. Such solution would stimulate the multifunctional use of sports fields as well as the homogeneous use of the surface.
The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club is testing hybrid grass tennis courts to recreate the surface in different climates as well as to extend the playing season in the UK.
The three most referred to robotic line markers each have their own personality, yet interestingly enough they also have some surprising similarities.
German researchers are developing a test method to assess the potential for synthetic grass fibre to wear. Yarn wear from synthetic grass could produce microplastics.
The British Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has ruled that advertising by synthetic turf installing company Evergreens UK was misleading and unsubstantiated.
FIH CEO Thierry Weil has dismissed fears that Hockey5s will replace the 11vs11 format, and, as such, force clubs and associations to invest in different infrastructure. He believes that the shorter duration of games and the dependence on fewer players and low-cost infrastructure will woo countries that don’t play the sport at all, instead of replacing existing formats of the game.