For the installation of a (stationary) small playing field, a proper substructure is of course the basic prerequisite. Provided that this substructure, i.e. the preparatory measures, are built with local partners (civil engineering, garden landscaping or similar) according to our recommendations, everything usually runs smoothly and hand in hand.
The civil engineering partner receives a foundation plan from us, which shows how the necessary foundations, including empty pipes, must be placed in the ballast substructure to accommodate the corresponding posts. As a rule, we provide you with such a foundation plan in advance as an example for the calculation by the regional GaLa or civil engineering company.
At this point, we would like to point out that there is a corresponding DIN standard (18035/Part 7) for the official substructure of artificial turf soccer fields in Germany. This states, for example, that the base layer for an artificial turf field must be level, tread-resistant and water-permeable.
In the case of small or mini-pitches, however, it is often done in practice in such a way that the substructure of such a pitch is not created 100% in accordance with DIN regulations (e.g. without drainage, collectors, etc.). However, this always depends on the local conditions (e.g. water-permeable subsoil – yes or no?).
Ideally, you should have a local garden and landscaping contractor come to you and formulate an offer for the described substructure for your desired pitch size. Of course we support your regional partner where we can!
We provide you with the complete all-round carefree package, competently, quickly and reliably from a single source.
From the free consultation, to the planning, to the ready-to-play production and installation of your playing field. If you wish, we can also take care of pitch maintenance and servicing for you.