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UEFA Champions Festival Football Pitch with Artificial Turf

Artificial turf for UEFA champions festival
The Champions Festival was opened by former Italian international goalkeeper Luca Marchegiani on 23rd May 2009. This was a five day celebration that continued right up to the big match held at the Stadio Olimpico (final result was FC Barcelona 2 – 0 Manchester United).

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Grass meets ice

Non frozen sakting rinks

Non-frozen skating rinks

This alliance will create new opportunities in the area of multi-functional sports fields for sports associations, schools and municipalities.

The organisations share the vision that sports provide a valuable contribution to today’s society. It is hugely important, for example, for youngsters to engage in physical exercise in order to counteract obesity and excessive gaming.

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Indoor Artificial Football Pitch in Scotland

Indoor artificial football pitchScotland’s First Artificial Football Pitch – Indoors!

Toryglen near Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland boasts the first full sized indoor artificial football pitch. The GreenFields Sports Turf System was built to the highest standards for Football Turf.

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Football Turf for Chad National Stadium

Football turf for ChadFootball turf for Chad

The President of the Chadian FA, Adoum Younousmi, recently met with FIFA President Joseph Blatter in Zurich. The two officials discussed how football in Chad can be successfully developed.

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A growing interest in artificial grass

Interest artificial grass

Like all the great golfing masters, he attaches great value to a high-quality golfing green – and it is becoming clear that there’s an important role in store for artificial grass. ‘In many sports, we observe a world-wide trend away from ordinary grass and towards artificial grass’, says Arnoud Fiolet of European Golf, the company that lays some 4 million square metres of artificial-grass per year. ‘Important reasons are the intensity of use, the maintenance aspects, and, of course, the costs.’ Football clubs are also showing a growing interest in artificial grass.

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World conqueror that invests in the future of children

GreenFields Invests in childrenGreenFields Invests in children

Today, Greenfields has a staff of sixty, all of whom are enthusiastic and inspired. Greenfield employees are particularly proud of the innovative approach of their employer. The company’s current showpiece is the V-shape, which in many ways is unique in its approximation to real blades of grass. But no matter how many innovative synthetic turf systems Greenfields sells, the company does not forget the less fortunate, like the children of Africa.

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Kenya in million-dollar FIFA deal

20 Centres for 201020 Centres for 2010

And Fifa has picked Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA) – a local self-help youth programme that links sports with environmental cleanups, AIDS prevention, leadership training and other community service activities – to be in charge of the sporting centre of excellence.

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“No problem to play on sports turf”

No problem playing on sports tufSports Turf: No problem

Sparta will be paying to Heracles Almelo on Sunday. This Rotterdam team trails behind the number twelve team in the First Division by only one point, so this match will give a good opportunity to rise in the rankings. “We’re all too aware of the importance of this match,” says Arne Slot to ELF Voetbal. “There are a couple of teams you know will end up around the same position. Heracles is one of them.”

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GreenFields installs first artificial turf field in Namibia

GreenFields Sports Turf Namibia

Sports Turf Namibia

The Palestinian Prime Minister Dr Salam Fayyad, who was present when the field was inaugurated by Chairman Sepp Blatter of FIFA, was delighted with the synthetic turf football field. “Who could ever have dreamt that there would be large Palestinian flags flying in this completely renovated stadium?”

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There is no difference between artificial turf and natural turf

Benefits of Football turf

Artificial turf lasts 14 times longer

The 19 Mayıs stadium in Ankara, which endured considerable criticism last season, installed artificial turf at the start of the new season. The complaint this time around was that there is an increased risk of injury on artificial turf. SABAH put an end to the artificial turf discussion in Turkey after talking with two representatives from FIFA, the leading authority in this area.

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First installation in south Africa with FIFA 2-star rating

First installation in south Africa with FIFA 2-star rating

FIFA has two different ratings, a 1-star for amateur football fields and a 2-star rating for professional football fields. On 18 September 2008, FIFA awarded this system the 2-star rating. The certification is valid for a year, which means that, for an entire year, football of the highest level may be played on this turf. A re-inspection takes place at the end of the year.

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Stenhousemuir Football Club 3rd FIFA recommended 2 STAR


GreenFields sports turf systems have recently re tested and passed a 3rd successive FIFA RECOMMENDED 2 STAR standard with the use of its Real FT 60 Slide at the site of the first project carried out with its strategic partner Allsports Construction and Maintenance Ltd.

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Does the game change on Football Turf

Benefits of Football turf

As part of the ongoing research and development regarding artificial turf, now called Football Turf, FIFA have carried out substantial research regarding the technical and performance analysis of playing on football turf. As a consequence FIFA have investigated a fundamental question: does the game change on Football Turf compared to matches on natural grass?

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