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YOUR FORUM FOR PLAY, SPORTS UND LEISURE AREAS

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11.06.2010 - Ausgabe: 3/2010

Individual sport pleasure at schools and in public parks

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Whatever makes an athlete’s heart beat faster: Football, volleyball, basketball, tennis, badminton, hockey and, and, and … Sporting wishes have practically no limits with a multifunctional sport arena built by the Kübler Sport GmbH. Construction of the arena is finished in only four days and, compared to a conventional sports hall, it also offers a real alternative from a cost point of view. The arena impresses not only with its extremely flexible and robust design. With a completely adaptable construction system of single elements it can be expanded and enlarged at any time. In this way, originally installed nets can be replaced over time with stable bars or a solid roof providing protection against all weathers can be integrated without problem at a later date. Ideal, when above all in schools or community centres, the budget is a constant factor.

In addition, the multifunctional sport arena offers different floor coverings such as asphalt or paving stones, artificial turf or synthetic floor coverings, depending on requirements and specifications, whether basketball court or football field. Darkness is also not a limiting factor, floodlights with a timer to automatically adjust to requirements keep late evening and night sports in the programme. With dimensions of 25 x 13 m, the arena can take it up with any conventional sport hall and on top of that, is less expensive to purchase. Further information can be found at www.multisportarena.de


 

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