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Soccer Turf

Blue Sky  Turf has designed our soccer turf system with these 3 keys in mind: Performance, Safety, and Durability. These factors have assisted in the development of our soccer turf system designed to take a beating

Synthetic Soccer Turf

Undergoing state of the art testing procedures to meet a specific criteria for ball bounce, roll, speed and G-max, our artificial turf system is specifically tailored for soccer play.

Our soccer turf is specifically designed utilizing an iso-grid which means that they’re the exact same number of fibers going from front to back is there are from left to right. Which creates uniformed surface resistance, creating the most natural playing environment. Having a uniform playing surface is what every athlete wants. A soccer player does not want to guess how far the ball will roll given to the part of the field they’re in. While organic grass may seem more appealing and cheaper, synthetic soccer turf will deliver the constancy your athletes need to play a great soccer game.

Our synthetic soccer turf like our BST line is engineered specifically for a consistent ball roll. The mono filament surface provides a robust yet forgiving field. Combined with our 3 Titanium Shield Backing System, our fields can withstand the most rigorous play without fluctuating. Our research and development team has spent the past six decades perfecting a synthetic soccer turf that we are proud to call our own.

Synthetic Soccer Turf Evolution


Soccer is by far the most popular sport on our planet. In fact, it is an obsession in most countries. Over the decades, especially overseas, the thought of playing soccer on any other surface other than natural pitch was ridiculous. People would laugh at the thought. Artificial soccer turf was first introduced in the 1970’s and actually installed in England at the Queens Park Rangers field in the early 1980’s. It was a polypropylene fiber with a sand infill. It was also very abrasive due to the unforgiving fiber and all sand infill. The result was a debacle. It set back the concept of using artificial soccer turf by 20 years. No one in the sport want any part of it, and rightly so.


Many people, mostly naive to the industry, referred to anything that was artificial, as Astroturf. Astroturf was even worse than the polypropylene fiber, sand filled artificial soccer turf which was then known as Omni Turf. None the less, both products were terrible for the requirements of soccer fields or any other sport that required a natural turf feel and look. It was impossible to execute a slide tackle without receiving severe abrasions or even worse injuries. Often players would end up spraining an ankle or severely twisting a knee. These injuries were terrible and could put a player out of action indefinitely, sometimes even ending his or her career.


If all of this were bad enough, the play of the surface was terrible. It was impossible to closely mimic nature turf and control the speed, roll and bounce of the ball. This was crucial to make the game realistic to natural turf. Therefore, players, especially the good ones, would have nothing to do with artificial soccer turf fields and cursed its very existence.




Synthetic Soccer Field Advancement


Then, in the late 1990’s turf’s harshest critics began to notice some of the evolutionary developments that were taking place in the artificial soccer turf industry. FIFA, the ruling body of international soccer, became interested in the use of artificial soccer turf for fields in developing countries because they saw it as a way to spread the popularity of the game to these countries and make the sport’s world-wide appeal even bigger.


They came up with testing procedures for the criteria of ball bounce, roll, speed and G-max which would have to be met in order for the new artificial soccer turf products to be accepted for fields of international play. Companies that manufactured artificial soccer turf products that met the testing criteria would be able to be used internationally for soccer events of all kinds.


Blue Sky International offers such products that meet all UEFA and FIFA regulations for artificial soccer turf fields world-wide. Blue Sky also has products that meet Rugby, FIH and other international product specifications. We have installed such products around the world in every type of climate and under every condition.


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