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Mineral-filled solution approved for main fields

The Council that oversees the quality of sports infrastructure in the Netherlands has approved mineral-filled synthetic turf for football for…

FWC pitches update

A FIFA delegation has visited the University of Tennessee (UT) in Knoxville to inspect the turf research & development (R&D)…

Andalusia ban fools the uninformed

The Andalusian Regional Government in Spain has gazetted that it will no longer subsidise synthetic turf fields that use microplastics…

STC dissolves partnership agreement

Members of the Western Canada Turfgrass Association (WCTA) have been informed that Sports Turf Canada (STC) has voted to dissolve¬†the…

Irish and Polish incentives to boost infrastructure

Authorities in both Ireland and Poland have released the details of incentives that can help clubs, schools and municipalities to…

Dundee appoints new groundsman to save the day

Dundee FC has appointed Paul Murray to end its continuous problems with its pitch. So far, the club saw four…

2026 FIFA World Cup no game changer yet

While Giants president and CEO John Mara has confirmed that his MetLife Stadium will have a natural turf surface fitted…

Sneak peek at FIFA manual test requirements

FIFA will release its updated manual with test requirements for football turf mid-April. Last week, delegates to the ESTC Congress…

Pitch improvement tender

A UK-based buying department is looking for potential suppliers to fulfil the contract. Sports fields maintenance services and Sports facilities…

FIFA allocates USD 2.25 billion to develop football (infrastructure)

FIFA has given the green light to investments totalling USD 2.25 billion to further develop football between 2023 and 2026.…