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Sports Line Marking

At Sports and Courts Line Marking Ltd, we understand the importance of maintaining clear, visible lines on your sports surfaces and keeping them looking their best at all times.

Having faded and worn lines can cause confusion for your users, for example being able to tell if the ball or participant is in or out of play and this can lead to an un-used sports area.

 

Whether you have a new sports surface needing new courts marked or would like to freshen up existing courts and old lines, we can provide you line painting, over-marking for any court or pitch markings

All lines and zones are measured to your required sports specification and marked out using a Laser guided line marking system. This ensures perfectly straight lines and right angles, leaving you with a professional looking surface every time.

Custom design? – No problem.

If you require specialist or bespoke markings just contact us using the enquiry form with your idea.

Sports & Surfaces

  • Tennis

  • Netball

  • Basketball

  • Hockey

  • Rugby

  • Football

  • 5-a-side

  • FA 5v5, 7v7 and 9v9 pitches

  • Soccer

  • Lacrosse

  • Athletics Running Tracks

  • Macadam / Asphalt

  • Artificial Synthetic Sports Turf

  • Sand Dressed  

  • Sand Filled

  • 3G

  • Water Based

  • Polymeric rubber

Marking on Artificial Sports Turf

We use durable water based paint for lines on surfaces such as asphalt, concrete and polymeric and is available in a wide range of colours.

This provides slip resistant painted or sprayed lines that comply with Slip resistant standards and specification ITF CS/02/01 (ITF 1997) and AENA where required.

If you have a surface that needs line marking please contact us with your details for a free no obligation quote.

Line Marking Hard Surfaces

We use a flexible, water based paint in a wide range of colours which suitable for marking on sand filled, sand dressed, rubber crumb 3G and water based synthetic surfaces. Re-marking of the lines on synthetics is recommended every 6 months depending on the type of surface and level of use.

 

Mostly an over-mark every 12 months is all that is required and we have feedback from customer’s claiming that the lines are still acceptable for use up to 12 or 14 months.