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Turn your Tennis Court into a soccer or otherwise know as a- five-a-side soccer court

If your tennis court is no longer getting any use due to the fact that your community is now into soccer Sport Surfaces has the solution. We can convert and turn your unused tennis court to a state of the art futsal / soccer court. Whether you’re just kicking the ball around, or playing a competitive game, Sport Surfaces has the futsal / soccer court, also known as futbolito, surface for you. For small-sided games, Sport Surface’s surfacing delivers terrific pace and response on the ball, helping athletes develop superior foot skills and creating an exciting and speedy game. We have customers all over Florida who have found that their tennis courts are not being utilized and are contracting us to provide them with a new amenity. So whether you are in Miami, West Palm Beach or anywhere in Florida don’t be afraid to call us and get your courts updated today.

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Sport Surfaces can transform your current tennis into an amazing fast paced soccer court or resurface any game court, whether it’d be a tennis or a basketball court, into an operating futsal court. Sport Surfaces can also build a futsal court. Our staff of professionals can take your project from inception to completion without the use of outside subcontractors.

We also offer upgraded soccer surface such as synthetic grass surface to mimic true grass or synthetic cushion surface which is the same surface used on indoor soccer courts. So whatever your soccer need is we have the right surface for you!

  • Sport Surfaces delivers the best combination of traction and playability thus providing players with the best of both worlds
  • Delivers premium playability and safety
Top Reason to convert your Tennis Court to a Soccer Court

Has your community changed in recent times from tennis players to soccer players? No problem we can cost effectively convert your old tired tennis court to a state of the art soccer court. Your community can now enjoy hours of fun playing soccer rather than just looking at an unused tennis court. Call us today and we will quickly and cost effectively turn your tennis court into a soccer court.

No one is using the tennis court?
  • High cost of maintenance for no use
  • why have an outdated amenity when you can simply have it converted to a high use soccer court
  • higher residential retention
KNOW AS A FIVE A SIDE SOCCER COURT

The field shall be rectangular. The length of the touch line shall be greater than the length of the goal line.

Length:
Minimum 25m (82 feet)
Maximum 42m (137.8 feet)
FOR CPS Sportsplex:
Length: 92Feet
Width:
Minimum 15m (49.2 feet)
Maximum 25m (82 feet)
FOR CPS Sportsplex:
Width: 62Feet
International Matches
Length:
Minimum 38m (124.6 feet)
Maximum 42m (137.8 feet)
Width:
Minimum 18m (59 feet)
Maximum 25m (82 feet)
Field Of Play
Field Of Play

The pitch shall be marked with lines. These lines belong to the areas of which they are boundaries.The two longer boundary lines are called touch lines. The two shorter lines are called goal lines.

All lines shall be 8 cm wide. The pitch shall be divided into two halves by the halfway line.The centre mark shall be indicated at the midpoint of the halfway line.  A circle with a radius of 3m (9.8 feet) shall be marked around it.

The penalty Area
The penalty Area

The penalty area shall be marked out at each end of the pitch as follows:
Quarter circles, with a 6m (18 feet) radius, shall be drawn centred on the outside of each goal post.
The quarter circles shall be drawn from the goal line to meet two imaginary lines 6m (19.6 feet) in
length drawn at right angles to the goal line from the outside of the goalpost. The upper part of each
quarter circle shall be joined by a 3.16-m (10.3 feet) line running parallel to the goal line between
the goalposts.The curved line marking the outer limit of the penalty area is known as the penalty
area line.

The Penalty Mark

A mark shall be drawn 6m (19.6 feet) from the midpoint between the goalposts and equidistant from them.

The Second Penalty Mark

A second mark shall be drawn on the pitch 10m (32.8 feet) from the midpoint between the goalposts and equidistant from them.

The substitution zones 1
The substitution zones1

The substitution zones are the areas on the touch line in front of the team benches that the players shall use to enter and leave the pitch.

the substitution zones are situated in front of the team benches and are 5m (16.4 feet) in length.They shall be marked at each end with a line 8 cm wide and 80 cm in length, 40 cm of which is drawn on the pitch and 40 cm off the pitch the area in front of the timekeeper’s table 5m (16.4 feet) to either side of the halfway line shall be kept clear

The substitution zones 2
The substitution zones 2

The goals shall be placed in the middle of each goal line. They shall consist of two upright posts equidistant from each corner and joined at the top by a horizontal crossbar.

The distance (inside measurement) between the posts shall be 3m (9.8 feet) and the distance from the lower edge of the crossbar to the ground shall be 2m (6.5 feet).

The substitution zones 3
The substitution zones 3

The goalposts and the crossbar shall have the same width and depth, 8 cm. The goal lines shall be the same width as the goalposts and the crossbar. Nets, made of hemp, jute or nylon, shall be attached to the back of the goalposts and crossbar. The lower part of the nets shall be attached to curved tubing or another suitable means of support.

The depth of the goal, i.e. the distance between the inside edge of the goalposts and the back of the net, shall be at least 80 cm at the top and 100 cm at ground level.

Here is a list of some of our local Branch Offices:

  • Broward County Sports Surfaces 954-828-0116
  • Lee and Collier County Sports Surfaces 239-349-3722
  • Hillsborough and Pasco County Sports Surfaces 813-445-7290
  • Indian River County, Martin, St. Lucie Sports Surfaces 772-621-2899
  • Dade County, Monroe County (The Keys) Sports Surfaces 786-800-2511
  • Orange, Seminole, Volusia and Orlando Sports Surfaces 407-477-5508
  • Palm Beach County Sports Surfaces 561-964-2001

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