An issue that surfaces regularly when players experience a totally new synthetic turf concept, is…
The upcoming FIFA manuals for quality synthetic turf football surfaces will stipulate that it will…
Dutch premier league football club Go Ahead Eagles will soon start revamping their home ground,…
Labosport Group has appointed Professor David James as their new CEO. The appointment follows the acceptance of Certania to become the group’s new majority shareholder.
An invitation by LaLiga for ideas for making Spanish football clubs more sustainable received over 40 entries. Eight of them recently got the opportunity to pitch their ideas to representatives of the various clubs in the highest Spanish football leagues.
The Football Foundation, a partnership which enables key football partners to come together around the shared vision to improve football facilities across the UK, has published a tender for pitch advisory services.
Assessing the possible risk of skin injuries on synthetic turf has come one step closer. Four World Rugby certified test institutes recently held a round robin to determine the replicability of a test and testing apparatus that has been developed over the past four years. Their feedback will now be used to fine-tune the apparatus and procedure.
FIFA says that it sees potential in a non-filled system that its Innovation Programme partner has submitted for approval but points out that the system doesn’t meet all the quality requirements it is expecting such system to meet.
A Dutch municipality was advised to follow a summary procedure to establish whether Domo Sports Grass did or did not deliver accordingly. Sportsfields.info explains the case.
Data, and the ease with which this can be captured, can be a big contributor to the improvement of a sports field. Automated as well as robotized data capturing technologies are now available. This article looks at some of these solutions and discusses what they can offer.