There are many things to consider when installing MUGA pitches, and the following are some of the more important ones:
MUGA Pitch Surface:
For MUGA surface installations, we offer 4 surface options. Tufted surfaces with a high pile are best for football and rugby, as they accurately recreate the feeling of a natural grass surface. However, for small ball sports such as hockey and tennis, a needle punch surface is more appropriate.
We will discuss your requirements with you to ensure that you find the right surface to meet your needs.
MUGA Pitch Colours:
Many tufted type surfaces are restricted in colour such as terracotta, green and blue. Our needle-punch MUGA surfaces are readily available in over 12 colours and if the facility requires a specific Pantone colour this also can be considered.
MUGA Pitch Maintenance:
Artificial MUGA surfaces are cheaper to maintain than natural grass pitches, but you should still consider how you will manage the upkeep of the pitch and choose a surface that you can realistically manage to maintain. We can advise you on the type and level of maintenance required for each of our surfaces.
Versatile and hard-wearing
Manufactured in a range of fibre options to suit
Available in a range of colours
All meet EN15330 standards.
Meet various governing body accreditations.
CAD visualisation of pitch and line markings available.
Optional shock pads are available
Playrite’s national network of approved partners deliver a high quality installation that we are proud to put our name to.